German national soccer team (U-20 men)
|Association||German Football Association|
|Head coach||Guido string beer|
Christian Schulz and
Matthias Lehmann (18)
|Home stadium||Changing stages|
|(As of: 2019-09-08)|
The German U-20 national soccer team is a selection team of German soccer players . It is subject to the German Football Association (DFB) and represents it internationally at the U-20 level , for example in friendly matches against the teams of other national associations or at the world championships of the world association FIFA .
Eligible to play are players who have not yet reached the age of 20 and who are German citizens. The current year refers to all players born on January 1st, 1999 or later.
In 1983 and 1985, the German selection could not qualify for the finals. At the Junior World Cup in 1987 , she managed to make it into the final, which she lost to Yugoslavia 4-5 on penalties.
In 1989 and 1991, the German team could not qualify for the final tournaments again. At the following World Championships in Australia in 1993 and in Qatar in 1995 , the DFB selection was eliminated in the preliminary round. In 1997 and 1999 she failed to qualify.
Already by the first two victories at the U-19 European Championship 2008 in the Czech Republic from July 14th to 27th, the former German national soccer team of the DFB-U-19-Juniors , after a 3-1 win in the final against Italy European champion was also qualified for the U-20 World Cup in Egypt in 2009 . There the team reached the finals and were only eliminated in the quarterfinals with 1: 2 afterwards against Brazil.
By winning the U-19 European Football Championship in 2014 , the German team qualified for the U-20 World Cup in 2015 in New Zealand , where they failed in the quarter-finals to Mali on penalties. With a fourth place at the U-19 European Football Championship in 2016 , the German team qualified for the U-20 World Cup in 2017 .
The games of the 2020/21 season are listed. The results are mentioned from a German perspective.
|3rd Sep 2020||Denmark||: (:)|
|6 Sep 2020||Denmark||: (:)|
- green background color = victory of the German team
- yellow background color = tie
- red background color = defeat of the German team
Squad for the course in Treudelberg with international matches against Denmark (August 31 to September 6, 2020)
|Jan Olschowsky||Borussia Monchengladbach||Nov 18, 2001||0||0|
|Diant Ramaj||1. FC Heidenheim||19 Sep 2001||0||0|
|Luca Blunt||Borussia Dortmund||Feb. 27, 2001||0||0|
|Antonis Aidonis||VfB Stuttgart||May 22, 2001||0||0|
|Simon Asta||FC Augsburg||Jan. 25, 2001||0||0|
|Kevin Ehlers||Dynamo Dresden||Jan. 23, 2001||0||0|
|Noah Katterbach||1. FC Cologne||Apr 13, 2001||0||0|
|Kaan Kurt||Borussia Monchengladbach||Dec 21, 2001||0||0|
|Soufiane Messeguem||VfL Wolfsburg II||Feb 5, 2001||0||0|
|Merveille Papela||1. FSV Mainz 05||Jan. 18, 2001||0||0|
|Marc Schröder||Werder Bremen II||Dec 8, 2001||0||0|
|Midfield / storm|
|Can Bozdogan||FC Schalke 04||Apr 5, 2001||0||0|
|Leon Dajaku||FC Bayern Munich||Apr 12, 2001||0||0|
|Eren Dinkçi||Werder Bremen II||Dec 13, 2001||0||0|
|Yannik Engelhardt||Werder Bremen II||Feb 7, 2001||0||0|
|Lenn Jastremski||FC Bayern Munich II||Jan. 24, 2001||0||0|
|Tom Krauss||1. FC Nuremberg||June 22, 2001||0||0|
|Jamie Leweling||SpVgg Greuther Fürth||Feb 26, 2001||0||0|
|Youssoufa Moukoko||Borussia Dortmund||Nov 20, 2004||0||0|
|Sebastian Müller||Arminia Bielefeld||Jan. 23, 2001||0||0|
|Lazar Samardžić||Hertha BSC||Feb. 24, 2002||0||0|
|Kevin Shame||SC Freiburg II||Nov 27, 2001||0||0|
|Angelo Stiller||FC Bayern Munich II||Apr 4, 2001||0||0|
|Niklas Tauer||1. FSV Mainz 05||Feb 17, 2001||0||0|
|As of August 21, 2020|
|Taking office||End of office|
|10||Guido string beer||07/01/2016||07/31/2017|
|14th||Guido string beer||07/01/2020|
|Christian Schulz||Werder Bremen||18th||1|
|Matthias Lehmann||Alemannia Aachen , VfB Stuttgart||18th||0|
|Michael Delura||FC Schalke 04||16||3|
|Daniyel Cimen||Eintracht Frankfurt||15th||1|
|Alexander Meyer||Bayer 04 Leverkusen||15th||1|
|Benjamin Wingerter||FC Schalke 04||15th||1|
|Christian Gentner||VfB Stuttgart||14th||3|
|Paul Thomik||FC Bayern Munich||14th||1|
|Yannick Gerhardt||1. FC Cologne||14th||1|
- World champion at the 1981 World Youth Championship in Australia
- Vice-World Champion at the Junior World Cup 1987 in Chile
- FIFA World Youth Championship Australia 1993 Matches. In: fifa.com. FIFA , accessed March 16, 2017 .
- FIFA World Youth Championship Qatar 1995 matches. In: fifa.com. FIFA, accessed March 16, 2017 .
- FIFA World Youth Championship Argentina 2001 Matches. In: fifa.com. FIFA, accessed March 16, 2017 .
- FIFA World Youth Championship United Arab Emirates 2003 Matches. In: fifa.com. FIFA, accessed March 16, 2017 .
- cf. German U19 celebrates European Championship title ( Memento from July 30, 2008 in the Internet Archive ) at sport.ard.de, July 26, 2008.
- Sports show: U20 World Cup in Egypt - DFB team fails on Brazil on October 10, 2009, accessed on October 17, 2009 ( Memento from October 13, 2009 in the Internet Archive )
- U-20 national team men - schedule. In: dfb.de. German Football Association , accessed on August 21, 2020 .
- U-20 national team men - team. In: dfb.de. German Football Association, accessed on August 21, 2020 .
- FIFA World Youth Championship Australia 1981. In: fifa.com. FIFA, accessed July 31, 2013 .
- FIFA World Youth Championship Chile 1987. In: fifa.com. FIFA, accessed July 31, 2013 .