Expected Germany Squad for UEFA Euro 2024

The Deutscher Fussball-Bund (DFB), or German Football Association, stands as a powerhouse in international football. Established in 1900 with a FIFA entry in 1904, the DFB has a rich history and a commitment to excellence.

The average height of the squad in 2023 is an impressive 1.85m, reflecting the physical prowess that Germany brings to the field. Under the guidance of esteemed coaches like Hansi Flick, Rudi Völler, and Julian Nagelsmann, the German national football team continues to showcase its footballing prowess on the global stage.

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Hansi Flick

Hansi Flick, born on 1965-02-24 in Heidelberg, Germany, brings his strategic brilliance to the team. With a coaching career marked by success, Flick has led the team through six matches, emphasizing a balance of offense and defense.

Rudi Völler

Rudi Völler, born on 1960-04-13 in Hanau, Germany, stands tall at 1.80m. Though his coaching tenure includes just one match, his impact resonates, contributing to the team’s growth and tactical acumen.

Julian Nagelsmann

Julian Nagelsmann, born on 1987-07-23 in Landsberg am Lech, Germany, represents the youthful vigor in coaching. At 4 matches, Nagelsmann has displayed a modern approach, adapting to the dynamic nature of contemporary football.

Squad Overview


  1. Marc-André ter Stegen (4/30/1992)
  2. Kevin Trapp (7/8/1990)


Centre Backs

  1. Antonio Rüdiger (3/3/1993)
  2. Jonathan Tah (2/11/1996)
  3. Niklas Süle (9/3/1995)
  4. Matthias Ginter (1/19/1994)
  5. Nico Schlotterbeck (12/1/1999)
  6. Thilo Kehrer (9/21/1996)
  7. Malick Thiaw (8/8/2001)
  8. Mats Hummels (12/16/1988)

Full Backs

  1. Marius Wolf (5/27/1995)
  2. Robin Gosens (7/5/1994)
  3. Benjamin Henrichs (2/23/1997)
  4. David Raum (4/22/1998)
  5. Christian Günter (2/28/1993)
  6. Lukas Klostermann (6/3/1996)
  7. Josha Vagnoman (12/11/2000)


Attacking Midfielders

  1. Florian Wirtz (5/3/2003)
  2. Kai Havertz (6/11/1999)
  3. Jamal Musiala (2/26/2003)
  4. Julian Brandt (5/2/1996)
  5. Mario Götze (6/3/1992)
  6. Felix Nmecha (10/10/2000)

Centre Midfielders

  1. İlkay Gündoğan (10/24/1990)
  2. Joshua Kimmich (2/8/1995)
  3. Emre Can (1/12/1994)
  4. Leon Goretzka (2/6/1995)
  5. Pascal Groß (6/15/1991)
  6. Robert Andrich (9/22/1994)

Defensive Midfielders

  1. Renato Steffen (12/3/1991)


  1. Leroy Sané (1/11/1996)
  2. Serge Gnabry (7/14/1995)
  3. Thomas Müller (9/13/1989)
  4. Jonas Hofmann (7/14/1992)
  5. Kevin Schade (11/27/2001)


  1. Timo Werner (3/6/1996)
  2. Mërgim Berisha (5/11/1998)
  3. Marvin Ducksch (3/7/1994)
  4. Kevin Behrens (2/3/1991)


The German national football team, led by the esteemed coaching trio of Hansi Flick, Rudi Völler, and Julian Nagelsmann, presents a formidable force on the football pitch. With a diverse squad boasting skillful goalkeepers, solid defenders, creative midfielders, and prolific forwards, Germany continues to uphold its legacy of excellence in international football.

The combination of experience and youthful energy within the squad positions Germany as a perennial contender, ready to leave an indelible mark on the global football stage. As the team marches forward, the world awaits to witness the continued success and brilliance of the Deutscher Fussball-Bund.

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