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Germany
Governing bodyDeutscher Fussball-Bund
Affiliated1904
StadiumOlympiastadion Berlin (77,116 seats)
ManagerJ. Löw

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Players

Goalkeepers
Kevin TrappK. Trapp
M. NeuerM. Neuer
Sidelined: Calf Muscle Strain
(Until 19 May 2019)
Marc-André ter StegenM. ter Stegen
Defenders
Matthias GinterM. Ginter
Joshua KimmichJ. Kimmich
Jonathan TahJ. Tah
Niklas StarkN. Stark
Sidelined: Ankle Fracture
(Until 19 May 2019)
Niklas SüleN. Süle
Marcel HalstenbergM. Halstenberg
Thilo KehrerT. Kehrer
Antonio RüdigerA. Rüdiger
Sidelined: Knee Injury
Lukas KlostermannL. Klostermann
Midfielders
İ. Gündoğanİ. Gündoğan
M. EggesteinM. Eggestein
Toni KroosT. Kroos
K. HavertzK. Havertz
Nico SchulzN. Schulz
Leon  GoretzkaL. Goretzka
Goals: 1
Serge  GnabryS. Gnabry
Assists: 1
Attackers
Julian BrandtJ. Brandt
Timo WernerT. Werner
M. ReusM. Reus
Assists: 1
Leroy SanéL. Sané
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Goalkeepers
K. Trapp 2800000100000
M. Neuer 33461101000000
M. ter Stegen 27441010100000
Defenders
M. Ginter 2500000100000
J. Kimmich 24901100000000
J. Tah 23901100000000
N. Stark 2400000100000
N. Süle 23901100000000
M. Halstenberg 27901100000000
T. Kehrer 2201010100000
A. Rüdiger 2600000100000
L. Klostermann 22901101000000
Midfielders
İ. Gündoğan 28901100000000
M. Eggestein 2200000100000
T. Kroos 2900000100000
K. Havertz 19461101000000
N. Schulz 2601010100000
L. Goretzka 24341010110000
S. Gnabry 231552202101000
Attackers
J. Brandt 23561101000000
T. Werner 23901100000000
M. Reus 29441010101000
L. Sané 23901101000000

News

Germany Women's Team profile: key players, full squad list, coach for 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup
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Group B: Germany, China, Spain, South Africa - 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup teams
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Live Soccer TV takes a look at the four teams in Group B: Germany, Spain, China, and South Africa. With Germany expected to qualify for the round of 16, which of the three other sides will join them?
Official global broadcast guide for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup: fixtures time, dates, TV and streaming schedule
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The 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup is set to kick off soon, and Live Soccer TV is on hand to provide all the info you need to follow your favorite teams throughout the tournament.
This World Cup ad for Germany's women's soccer team brilliantly addresses gender inequality in sports - Fast Company
We don't have balls. But we know how to use them.”
Fast Company (1 week ago)
Germany names squad for Euro 2020 qualifiers - Bavarian Football Works
Joachim Low selected five Bayern Munich players to help lead Die Mannschaft during Euro 2020 qualifiers.
Bavarian Football Works (1 day ago)
After Germany's early exit at the 2018 Soccer World Cup in Russia, head coach Joachim Löw finally realized it was time to build a new team - The German Times Online
Joachim Loew got his act together just in time. After balking and bristling at calls for change, he's finally put the German national soccer team on a different track.
The German Times Online (3 weeks ago)
USMNT roster unveiled for training camp ahead of Jamaica friendly and Gold Cup - The Washington Post
Gregg Berhalter will open training camp Monday in Annapolis to begin preparations for his first major competition as U.
The Washington Post (1 day ago)
Joachim Low Announces Germany Squad For Euro Qualifiers, 8 Stars - Soccer Laduma
Germany have announced their squad for the upcoming 2020 European Championship qualifiers against Belarus and Estonia, with several big names missing
Soccer Laduma (2 days ago)

Germany's FIFA World Cup squad and players to watch

With the 2018 World Cup right around the corner, Germany is preparing to defend their title. Since lifting the coveted title in Brazil in 2014, a number of key players have retired but new talent has emerged.

Die Mannschaft is one of the favorites to win the competition, and understandably so, given their excellent manager and amazing squad depth. But with that comes a selection headache, as many good players will be left home. Regardless, Joachim Low has just named his final squad for Russia.

Coach's objective

It's simple: winning the World Cup. Germany has the quality to win the trophy, but the competition will be tougher this time around. Nonetheless, Low will not want another failure to follow their Euro 2016 disappointment.

New faces

Although they are world-class players now, the likes of Kimmich and Ter Stegen will be headed for their first World Cup, having not featured in die Mannschaft's 2014 success.

Veterans

Manuel Neuer, despite having not featured for Bayern Munich since September, has been included in the squad. This comes as little surprise, as he remains one of the finest goalkeepers even at the age of 32. Mario Gomez, also 32, made the list after his heartbreaking exclusion from the 2014 edition.

Major absences

Emre Can will not play any part in Russia, as his ongoing back injury has prompted Low to leave him out. Mario Gotze, the 2014 hero who scored the winning goal against Argentina, also misses out having struggled with form and suffered health issues upon returning to Dortmund.

Similarly, there was no room for Andre Schurrle in the 27-man preliminary squad. Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi, who helped Germany win the Confederations Cup last summer, was not handed a call-up either.

Leroy Sane was cut from the preliminary list in a move that shocked many. Despite enjoying a stellar campaign with Man City, Low opted against naming the youngster in his final squad

Goalkeepers: Manuel Neuer (FC Bayern München), Marc-Andre ter Stegen (FC Barcelona), Kevin Trapp (Paris St. Germain)

Defenders: Jerome Boateng (FC Bayern München), Matthias Ginter (Borussia Mönchengladbach), Jonas Hector (1.FC Köln), Mats Hummels (FC Bayern München), Joshua Kimmich (FC Bayern München), Marvin Plattenhardt (Hertha BSC Berlin), Antonio Rüdiger (FC Chelsea), Niklas Süle (FC Bayern München)

Midfielders: Julian Brandt (Bayer Leverkusen), Julian Draxler (Paris St. Germain), Leon Goretzka (Schalke 04), Ilkay Gündogan (Manchester City), Sami Khedira (Juventus Turin), Toni Kroos (Real Madrid), Mesut Özil (FC Arsenal), Sebastian Rudy (FC Bayern München)

Forwards: Mario Gomez (VfB Stuttgart), Thomas Müller (FC Bayern München), Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund), Timo Werner (RB Leipzig)

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Germany Football Association Info & Statistics

History Founded: 1900, Affiliated: 1904
Uniform Jerseys: White, Shorts: Black, Stockings: White
Website www.dfb.de
World Cup Appearances 19: 1934, 1938, 1954, 1958, 1962, 1966, 1970, 1974, 1978, 1982, 1986, 1990, 1994, 1998, 2002, 2006, 2010, 2014, 2018
World Cup Results First: 1954, 1974, 1990, 2014
Second: 1966, 1982, 1986, 2002
Third: 1934, 1970, 2006, 2010
Fourth: 1958
Continental Titles First: UEFA EURO (1972, 1980, 1996)
Second: UEFA EURO (1976, 1992, 2008)
Best Results First: FIFA Confederations Cup 2017, FIFA Women's World Cup Final 2003, 2007, FIFA U-20 World Cup Final 1981, FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Final 2004, 2010, 2014, Olympic Football Tournament Women Final 2016
Second: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final 1985, FIFA Women's World Cup Final 1995, FIFA U-20 World Cup Final 1987, FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Final 2012, Olympic Football Tournament Final 2016
Third: FIFA Confederations Cup 2005, FIFA U-17 World Cup Final 2007, FIFA U-17 World Cup 2011, FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Final 2002, 2008, Olympic Football Tournament Women Final 2000, 2004, 2008, Olympic Football Tournament Final 1988, FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup Final 2008
Fourth: FIFA U-17 World Cup Final 1997, FIFA Women's World Cup Final 1991, 2015, Olympic Football Tournament Final 1952, FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup Final 2012

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