Klara Bühl

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Klara Bühl
2018-05-27 FF USV Jena vs SC Freiburg (Allianz-Frauen-Bundesliga) by Sandro Halank – 272.jpg
in the jersey of SC Freiburg (2018)
Surname Klara Gabriele Bühl
birthday December 7, 2000
place of birth HassfurtGermany
size 172 cm
position Storm
Years station
2010-2013 Spvgg Untermünstertal
2013-2017 Sc freiburg
Years station Games (goals) 1
2016-2020 Sc freiburg 69 (21)
2020– FC Bayern Munich 0 (0)
National team
Years selection Games (goals) 2
2014-2015 Germany U15 6 0(4)
2015-2016 Germany U16 4 0(1)
2016 Germany U17 9 0(4)
2017– Germany U19 11 0(5)
2018– Germany U20 6 0(1)
2019– Germany 11 0(7)
1 Only league games are given.
As of June 21, 2020

2 As of March 4, 2020

Klara Gabriele Bühl (born December 7, 2000 in Haßfurt ) is a German soccer player .



Bühl first played in various boys' teams at Spvgg Untermünstertal before moving to the youth department of Bundesliga club SC Freiburg in summer 2013 . From the 2014/15 season she competed with the B-Juniors in the Bundesliga South and reached the semi-finals of the German championship with the team in 2016 . There she scored all three goals for her team in the 3-2 win in the second leg against FSV Gütersloh in 2009 , but after a 2-0 defeat in the first leg they missed the final.

For the 2016/17 season she moved up early in the women's team of the Freiburg women and made her debut on September 11, 2016 (2nd match day) in a 5-0 home win against MSV Duisburg as a substitute for Lena Petermann in the Bundesliga. After being mostly substituted on in 2016/17, she was a regular part of Freiburg's starting line- up in 2017/18 and scored in the 7-0 win in the away game against 1.FC Köln on October 1, 2017 (4th matchday) with the Scoring 3-0, 4-0 and 5-0 for their first three Bundesliga goals.

Klara Bühl is moving from SC Freiburg to FC Bayern Munich for the 2020/21 season . At the end of April 2020, she signed a contract until June 30, 2022.

National team

The offensive player Klara Bühl made her debut in the national jersey on April 23, 2014 as part of the U-15 national team's friendly match against the Dutch national team and scored her first three goals on October 28, 2014 in a 13-0 win against Scotland. After four appearances for the U-16 national team , in 2016 she was the youngest player in the German squad for the European Championship , which was held in Belarus from May 4 to 16, 2016 , where she played in all five games and won after a 3 : 2-final success on penalties against the Spanish selection for the European championship. She was also part of the German squad for the U-17 World Cup in Jordan in 2016 and reached the quarter-finals with the team, which were lost 2-1 to Spain.

In March 2017 she made her debut for the U-19 national team , with which she qualified for the European Championship in Northern Ireland in the same year and reached the semi-finals against France there. In this game she scored the 1-0, the French finally won the game 2-1. The following year she was part of the German squad for the U-20 World Cup in France and was used in all three group games as well as in the quarter-finals, which were lost 3-1 to the eventual world champions from Japan.

In December 2018, she appointed national coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg for the first time in the senior national team for the winter training camp from January 14 to 21, 2019 in Marbella . On February 28, 2019, she came on as a substitute for Verena Schweers in the 90th minute of the test match against the French national team , thus completing her first international match for the senior national team. For the 2019 World Cup , she was appointed to the squad by national coach Voss-Tecklenburg . In the first European Championship qualifying game of Group I on August 31, 2019 in Kassel Auestadion , she scored her first international goals in the 34th and 59th minute in a 10-0 victory over the national team of Montenegro with the goal to 4-0 and 8-0 in the 34th and 59th minute .



Web links

Commons : Klara Bühl  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. a b U-20 World Cup 2018 squad list on fifadata.com
  2. Klara Bühl. spvgguntermuenstertal.de, accessed on October 3, 2016 .
  3. Fix: Bühl joins FC Bayern. In: kicker.de . April 29, 2020, accessed April 29, 2020 .
  4. Voss-Tecklenburg brings 30 players to the winter training camp. DFB , December 20, 2018, accessed on December 23, 2018 .
  5. Women's friendship 2019 - February - France - Germany 0: 1. In: weltfussball.de. Retrieved April 29, 2020 .
  6. Frank Hellmann: Well she dares something. In: zeit.de . June 8, 2019, accessed April 29, 2020 .
  7. ^ Fritz Walter Medal in gold to Kühn, Bühl and Adeyemi. In: dfb.de. DFB , September 6, 2019, accessed on April 29, 2020 .