Pascal Itter

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Pascal Itter
birthday April 3, 1995
place of birth SchwalmstadtGermany
size 177 cm
position Midfield , full defense
Years station
2000-2009 TV hemlock
2009-2013 1. FC Nuremberg
2013-2014 FC Schalke 04
Years station Games (goals) 1
2013 1. FC Nuremberg II 2 (0)
2013-2015 FC Schalke 04 II 18 (1)
2014-2015 FC Schalke 04 0 (0)
2015-2016 SV Grödig 15 (0)
2015 SV Grödig II 1 (0)
2016-2017 SC Paderborn 07 12 (0)
2017-2018 SC Paderborn 07 II 14 (0)
2018– Chemnitzer FC 12 (0)
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
2010-2011 Germany U-16 9 (0)
2011–2012 Germany U-17 19 (1)
2012-2013 Germany U-18 3 (0)
2013-2014 Germany U-19 12 (0)
1 Only league games are given.
As of October 8, 2018

Pascal Itter (born April 3, 1995 in Schwalmstadt ) is a German football player who can be used in the right midfield or on the position of the right full -back.

Club career


Itter started playing football in 2000 at TV Schierling , a sports club from Schierling . In 2009 he moved to the junior performance center of 1. FC Nürnberg ; In 2013 he went to the youth training center of FC Schalke 04 .

FC Schalke 04

At Schalke's U-19s, Itter became a regular player and became team captain. While he was initially used as a right full-back, Norbert Elgert planned him as a right midfielder over the course of the season. With this measure, Itter should participate more in the offensive game of the team and also improve in this area. Itter made it with his team in the semi-finals of the UEFA Youth League , a European competition for juniors. In addition, the team made it into the DFB Junior Final. In March 2013 Itter signed a professional contract that is valid until June 30, 2017. In the 2014/15 season he was listed as a player on the professional team, but was only used in the second team in the West Regional Football League .

SV Grödig

For the 2015/16 season , two players, Júnior Caiçara and Sascha Riether, were signed for the position of right full-back; In addition, Atsuto Uchida was another right full- back in the squad. Due to a lack of prospects, Itter moved to the Austrian Bundesliga club SV Grödig . There he signed a contract until June 30, 2017. He made his first Bundesliga appearance on August 15, 2015, when he was on the starting line-up for the game against Wolfsberger AC . In the following two league games against Rapid Vienna and SV Ried , he was used in the right midfield. After that he was no longer considered for the squad. On October 31, 2015, he played for the second team against SV Straßwalchen in the fourth-class Salzburg league . It was not until November 8, 2015, the 15th match day, that he was allowed to play for the professional team again. In the last five games in 2015, he made four appearances as a right full-back, each over a full season.

SC Paderborn 07

After Grödig retired from professional football, Itter returned to Germany in the summer of 2016, where he received a contract with third division club SC Paderborn 07 until June 2018. After twelve appearances in the first half of the season, he tore a cruciate ligament in February 2017 and was out for the rest of the season. After the contract in Paderborn was not renewed at the end of the season, Pascal Itter joined Chemnitzer FC .

National team

Itter made his U-16 national team debut on October 15, 2010 in a friendly against Northern Ireland in Göttingen . On August 24, 2011 against Turkey (4-0) he made his debut in the U-17 national team. With the U-17 he made it to the final against the Netherlands at the U-17 European Championships in Slovenia , where they only lost on penalties. On November 14, 2012, he made his debut in the U-18 national team in a 3-0 win against the U-18s of Italy. On August 14, 2013 he made his debut in the U-19 national team in the 3-2 defeat against Hungary's U-19s. With the U-19 selection, he became European champion in 2014.

Until his move to Schalke 04, Itter only played as a right full-back in the junior national teams. Then he also acted in the right midfield and in the defensive midfield .

titles and achievements

National team
Personal awards

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. : Professional contracts for Donis Avdijaj, Marvin Friedrich and Pascal Itter , accessed on March 11, 2014.
  2. : Pascal Itter changes to SV Grödig , accessed on August 5, 2015.
  3. Pascal Itter comes from Austria from SV Grödig, on June 7, 2016, accessed on June 10, 2016
  4. ^ Season out: Itter cannot help Paderborn ,
  5. Itter changes to Chemnitzer FC. Retrieved July 6, 2018 .