Florian Krebs (soccer player, 1999)

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Florian Krebs
birthday February 4, 1999
place of birth BerlinGermany
size 187 cm
position midfield
Years station
0000-2006 BFC Alemannia 90
2006-2018 Hertha BSC
Years station Games (goals) 1
2018-2020 Hertha BSC II 32 (5)
2020 Chemnitzer FC 6 (0)
2020– Borussia Dortmund II 6 (0)
1 Only league games are given.
As of August 1, 2020

Florian Krebs (born February 4, 1999 in Berlin ) is a German soccer player . The midfielder is under contract with Borussia Dortmund .


In his hometown of Berlin, Krebs first played for BFC Alemannia 90 and was then accepted into the youth performance center of Bundesliga club Hertha BSC . While he was still used in defensive midfield in the B-youth, he also held the position of central defender more often in his first year in the U19. In the 2017/18 season , Krebs led his team onto the field as captain, played 24 competitive games and contributed 13 points. After a final victory over FC Schalke , he won the A youth championship with the team.

From summer 2018, the defensive player was integrated into the Berlin regional league squad and only played for the U19s in the UEFA Youth League , where they were able to advance unbeaten to the round of 16. For the second men's team, however, Krebs came to 26 league games as well as three goals and two assists. From August 2019, the Berliner was out until the end of the first half of the season due to an ankle injury and was then signed by third division Chemnitzer FC during the winter break , with whom he signed a contract that was valid until the end of the season. On the 29th matchday, Krebs came on the field in the final phase of the 0: 1 in Chemnitz in Großaspach . This was followed by five more short missions and a direct relegation for Chemnitz.

Krebs did not go with the way to the Regionalliga Nordost , but instead switched to the western regional league Borussia Dortmund II .


Hertha BSC

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. a b c d e f Chemnitzer FC signs Florian Krebs , chemnitzerfc.de, accessed on June 4, 2020
  2. BVB grabs former Hertha player , sport.de, accessed on August 1, 2020