Marvin Pourié

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Marvin Pourié
at Eintracht Braunschweig 2020
birthday January 8, 1991
place of birth WerneGermany
size 184 cm
position Storm
Years station
SSV Werne
Werner SC
0000-2002 FC Tura Bergkamen
2002-2005 Borussia Dortmund
2005-2006 Hammer SpVg
2006-2008 Liverpool FC
2009 →  TSV 1860 Munich  (loan)
Years station Games (goals) 1
2009-2011 FC Schalke 04 0 0(0)
2009 → TSV 1860 Munich II (loan) 6 0(1)
2009 → TSV 1860 Munich (loan) 4 0(0)
2010 →  TuS Koblenz  (loan) 14 0(1)
2010-2011 FC Schalke 04 II 21 0(5)
2011-2013 Silkeborg IF 59 (25)
2013-2016 FC Copenhagen 15 0(2)
2014 →  SV Zulte Waregem  (loan) 6 0(1)
2014-2015 →  SønderjyskE Fodbold  (loan) 26 0(9)
2015-2016 →  FK Ufa  (loan) 11 0(1)
2016-2018 Randers FC 48 (11)
2018– Karlsruher SC 66 (27)
2020– →  Eintracht Braunschweig  (loan) 18 0(4)
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
2008 Germany U18 9 0(3)
1 Only league games are given.
Status: end of season 2019/20

Marvin Pourié (born Marvin Pourie on January 8, 1991 in Werne ) is a German football player . The striker is currently on loan from Karlsruher SC to Eintracht Braunschweig and has played nine international matches for the German U18s .


In his youth, Pourie only played for SSV Werne, Werner SC and FC Tura Bergkamen. From there he moved to Borussia Dortmund's youth team in July 2002 . Three years later, in July 2005, he went to Hammer SpVg . There he played for a year and in July 2006 signed a contract with the youth academy of Liverpool FC .

In 2008 he was part of the German U18 national team , for which he scored three goals in nine missions.

During his time at Liverpool, Pourié attracted the interest of several European clubs. In January 2009 he signed a contract with FC Schalke 04 , which was valid until June 2013. However, one day after the commitment he was loaned to TSV 1860 Munich until summer 2011 in order to collect match practice there.

Pourie made his competitive debut for Munich on January 27, 2009 at the Löwen Cup game at Hamburger SV , where he came on in the 75th minute. He made his professional debut on February 22nd, 2009 when he was on the starting line-up on matchday 21 of the 2nd Bundesliga at MSV Duisburg . On April 24, 2009, Pourie was removed from the professional squad of the sixties after repeated indiscipline had occurred. After Ewald Lienen took over the post of head coach from Uwe Wolf on May 13, 2009 , Marvin Pourie returned to the professional squad, but was not included in the two remaining games of the season.

At the beginning of the preparations for the 2009/10 season, Pourie was no longer considered for the TSV 1860 professional squad, he then took part in training at 1. FC Kaiserslautern for several weeks . Towards the end of the summer transfer period, the lions and the devils agreed that the Lauterer would take over the loan agreement between 1860 and Schalke with all rights and obligations. However, Felix Magath , the coach of Schalke 04, insisted that Pourie fulfill the loan agreement with TSV 1860. Since then, however, he has primarily been used in the U19 of the Munich Lions , on October 17, 2009 he was used again in the U23 of the TSV 1860 for the first time in half a year.

At the end of January 2010, Pourie's loan agreement was terminated with 1860. It was then awarded to TuS Koblenz until the end of the season .

In the pre-season 2010/11 Pourie trained with the 1st team of FC Schalke 04 , but was removed from the squad in the course of the preparation and was in the 2nd team in the Regionalliga West in the 2010/2011 season. Even when Felix Magath was sacked and replaced by Ralf Rangnick , Pourie had little chance of being part of the professional squad.

Pourie moved to the then Danish first division club Silkeborg IF for the 2011/12 season . He made his first game there on July 17, 2011 against FC Midtjylland when coach Troels Bech came on for Kaimar Saag in the 80th minute . He fought for a regular place during the season and was able to convince with his good goal rate. On July 18, 2013 he left Silkeborg IF after two years and moved to the Danish champions of the 2012/13 season FC Copenhagen . In January 2014, the striker became known to SV Zulte Waregem in Belgium until the end of the season .

In the 2016/17 season and the first half of the following season, Pourie was in the squad of Randers FC in Denmark. For the club, the German was able to collect 30 scorer points in 55 compulsory games.

On January 27, 2018, the third division Karlsruher SC announced their commitment, where they signed a contract until June 30, 2019. As a result, he was occasionally used as a substitute in the league. In the 4-0 victory of KSC against SV Waldhof Mannheim in the semi-finals of the Baden Cup on April 17, 2018, he was in the starting line-up for the first time and scored his first two goals for Karlsruhe. On April 23, 2018, he also scored his first league goal for Karlsruhe in the 4-2 away win on the following third division match day. At the end of the season he reached the promotion relegation with the KSC, but failed in the FC Erzgebirge Aue . After the departure of the loaned Fabian Schleusener , Pourié was set in the Karlsruhe storm center the following season. His start to the season was rather slow; he scored his first goal of the season in a 2-0 win against KFC Uerdingen on matchday 8. As a result, however, he met regularly, scored ten more goals in the remaining eleven first round matches and thus contributed significantly to the fact that the KSC autumn champions became the third division and was finally able to rise as runner-up in the spring. Along with the promotion, the striker's contract was automatically extended to June 2020. At the end of the season, Pourié had 22 goals and six assists in 37 appearances, making him top scorer in the third division and, according to a vote by the DFB , a third division player the season was chosen.

In the first half of the 2019/20 season, Pourié was unable to build on his previous season's performance. During the winter break, the KSC loaned him to the third division club Eintracht Braunschweig , who also had a purchase option, until the end of the season . Here the striker was able to assert himself against Nick Proschwitz , who was previously frequently used , and was regularly in the starting line-up. Pourié was able to contribute six scorer points to the second division as runner-up behind FC Bayern Munich II , but was not firmly committed after the season and initially returned to Karlsruhe. There, however, he was released from work before the trip to the training camp at the end of August 2020 to look for a new employer.


FC Copenhagen

Karlsruher SC

Eintracht Braunschweig



His father Rüdiger was also a soccer player, but couldn't get beyond the amateur field.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Stadium booklet of the Karlsruher SC, 2018
  2. Schalke loaned Pourie to 1860 . In: kicker online . January 9, 2009. Retrieved December 25, 2011.
  3. Wolf: "Marvin Pourie is no longer part of the squad!" ( Memento from April 27, 2009 in the Internet Archive ). Archive version in the Internet Archive , originally published on on April 24, 2009
  4. Marvin Pourie not about Marco Kurz on from September 1, 2009, accessed on July 6, 2011
  5. Perfect: Pourie changes to TuS . In: kicker online . January 28, 2010. Retrieved December 25, 2011.
  6. Pourie from FC Schalke before signing at Silkeborg IF - Marvin Pourie moves to Silkeborg IF in Denmark , from June 21, 2011, accessed on December 19, 2011
  7. SIF Henter Marvin Pourie ( Memento of 16 July 2011 at the Internet Archive )
  8. Print FC København køber Marvin Pourié from July 18, 2013
  9. Wechselmarkt at from February 4, 2014
  10. Kristian Fredslund: Marvin Pourié skifter to Karlsruher SC. In: Randers FC. Randers FC, January 27, 2018, accessed August 9, 2020 (Danish).
  11. Striker Marvin Pourié to KSC. In: Karlsruher SC , accessed on January 28, 2018 .
  12. Clear derby victory against Waldhof Mannheim: KSC moves into the final of the bfv Rothaus Cup on, accessed on April 19, 2018.
  13. KSC: Quartet bound - three to five new ones should come ,, accessed on May 14, 2019
  14. Player and coach of the season: Pourié and Thioune excellent ,, accessed on July 7, 2019
  15. Perfect: Marvin Pourié changes to Eintracht. In: Braunschweiger Zeitung, January 21, 2020, accessed on January 21, 2020 .
  16. KSC releases Pourié - FCK and KFC are interested ,, accessed on August 21, 2020
  17. Football: Marvin Pourie looks back on a mixed season ( memento from July 18, 2013 in the web archive ), accessed on July 18, 2013