Markus Feulner

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Markus Feulner
Markus Feulner - FC Augsburg.jpg
Recording from 2015
birthday February 12, 1982
place of birth ScheßlitzGermany
size 181 cm
position midfield
Years station
1988-1992 SV Pettstadt
1992-1997 FC Bamberg
1997-2001 FC Bayern Munich
Years station Games (goals) 1
2000-2003 FC Bayern Munich amateurs 53 0(9)
2001-2003 FC Bayern Munich 13 0(0)
2004-2006 1. FC Köln Amateurs / II 12 0(1)
2004-2006 1. FC Cologne 38 0(4)
2006-2009 1. FSV Mainz 05 87 (15)
2009-2011 Borussia Dortmund 15 0(0)
2010 Borussia Dortmund II 3 0(0)
2011-2014 1. FC Nuremberg 76 0(7)
2014-2017 FC Augsburg 45 0(2)
2017– FC Augsburg II 40 0(3)
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
1999 Germany U17 2 0(0)
2002-2004 Germany U21 13 0(1)
Stations as a trainer
Years station
2017– FC Augsburg U-16 ( assistant coach )
1 Only league games are given.
As of February 10, 2019

Markus Feulner (born February 12, 1982 in Scheßlitz ) is a German soccer player and soccer coach . He is under contract with Bundesliga club FC Augsburg . As a substitute he was German champion with FC Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund . He also played for 1. FC Cologne , 1. FSV Mainz 05 , 1. FC Nuremberg and FC Augsburg in the first and second Bundesliga .



Born in Scheßlitz in the Bamberg district of Upper Franconia , Feulner was already playing football at the age of six at SV Pettstadt , eight kilometers south of Bamberg . At the age of ten he moved to 1. FC Bamberg in 1992 , where he ran through the youth teams. In 1997 he took the chance to move to Bayern Munich. There he played in the youth teams of his respective age group and won the German A-Junior Championship in 2001 as team captain .

At the beginning of the 2000/01 season he was part of the squad of the amateur team, for which he played eight appearances in the first season. On December 8, 2000 (20th matchday) he made his debut in a goalless draw in the away game against Kickers Offenbach . He played his first Bundesliga game on February 23, 2002 (24th matchday) in a 6-0 home win against Energie Cottbus , when he came on for Stefan Effenberg in the 65th minute . Before that, he had match practice in the Champions League (at Sparta Prague and Boavista Porto ) and in the DFB Cup (against VfL Wolfsburg ). In the 2002/03 season he came to ten other Bundesliga games, but also to three appearances in the Champions League , in which he scored a goal on November 13, 2002 in the home game against RC Lens .

After finishing the first series of the 2003/04 season with only two short appearances in the Bundesliga team, Feulner moved to 1. FC Cologne . There he was able to integrate into the team without any major problems; in the majority of the remaining games he was used, but rose with the team in the 2nd Bundesliga . After injury problems and differences with the new coach Huub Stevens Feulner could not continue this positive trend in the 2004/05 season ; he came only to 13 missions (with eight substitutions) for the first and nine missions for the amateur team. At the beginning of the 2005/06 season Feulner played under Uwe Rapolder - again first class - then mostly in the attacking midfield and he also acted as an additional striker in the counter game before tearing a tear in his anterior cruciate ligament during training in October 2005 and until the end of March Had to take a break in 2006. After Cologne's relegation again in the summer of 2006, Feulner moved to Bundesliga club 1. FSV Mainz 05 for free , with whom he signed a three-year contract. In Mainz Feulner was a regular player in the left midfield - in the Bundesliga and after relegation in 2007 in the 2nd Bundesliga.

From the 2009/10 season he played under his former Mainz coach Jürgen Klopp for Borussia Dortmund , twice he played for the reserve team in the third division. In the Bundesliga, however, he could not prevail. In his only game from the start for Dortmund, he was substituted on November 21, 2009 (13th matchday) in a goalless draw in the home game against 1. FSV Mainz 05 after 62 minutes for Mohamed Zidan . In addition, he was only substituted on once before the 80th minute. In the 2010/11 championship season his playing time was only 20 minutes, due to six substitutions.

In the summer of 2011 Feulner returned to Franconia and received a contract with 1. FC Nürnberg until June 30, 2013, the term of which was extended by two years in January 2013. In his first competitive game for the “Club” he managed a hat trick in the first main round of the DFB Cup , in a 5-1 win against third division Arminia Bielefeld . He made his Bundesliga debut for 1. FC Nürnberg on August 6, 2011 (1st matchday) in a 1-0 win in the away game against Hertha BSC . After 1. FC Nürnberg was relegated from the Bundesliga, he was signed by FC Augsburg during the 2014 summer break and given a contract that was valid until June 30, 2016. For the 2017/18 season he received a contract valid until June 30, 2019 for the Augsburg youth team, which plays in the fourth-class Bavarian regional league . In addition, as assistant coach of the U-16 team, he will support coach Yannic Thiel and thus gain initial experience in the coaching profession.

National team

Feulner completed several international matches for the U-15 to U-20 national teams and 13 appearances for the U-21 selection . For this he made his debut on March 26, 2002 in Chemnitz in a 1-1 draw against the Czech Republic when he came on for Tobias Rau in the 80th minute . He scored his only international goal in his penultimate game on March 30, 2004 in Mannheim in a 2-2 (2-1 lead) against the senior national team of Georgia . On May 30, 2004, he played in Mannheim in the 1: 2 defeat against Sweden for the last time in the national jersey.

In addition, he was in the squad of the now disbanded Perspective Team 2006 , for which he did not play a game.

When to 27 November from 10 in 1999 in New Zealand discharged U-17 World Cup , he played two group matches , but resigned with the team after two scoreless games against the selections of Mali and Brazil and the 1: 2 defeat to the selection of Australia from the tournament.



His father Michael (1958–2012) had a fatal accident as a professional hovercraft racing driver as part of the hovercraft world championship on September 14, 2012 at the Bleilochtalsperre in Saalburg-Ebersdorf, Thuringia .

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Individual evidence

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