Germany: Die Mannschaft

Germany’s national football team is gearing up for an exciting challenge at this year's European championship in Europe, hosted on home soil. In Group A, Germany will face Switzerland, Scotland, and Hungary. Despite mixed performances, key players like goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, captain İlkay Gündoğan, and stars such as Antonio Rüdiger, Jamal Musiala, Niclas Füllkrug, Florian Wirtz, and Toni Kroos, under the guidance of coach Julian Nagelsmann, have yet to shine in recent matches. Nonetheless, both fans and football experts consider Germany one of the top favorites for the tournament. Their home advantage and a star-studded bench promise an electrifying championship and elevate hopes for a triumph before their home crowd.

Manuel Neuer

Manuel Neuer, the stalwart goalkeeper of the German national team, is a pivotal figure. As the long-time keeper for FC Bayern Munich, Neuer is renowned for his extraordinary reflexes and exceptional footwork. His ability to act as a "sweeper-keeper" has revolutionized the role of the modern goalkeeper. Neuer's impressive career is decorated with numerous titles and individual accolades, and he played a crucial role in Germany's 2014 World Cup victory.

Neuer: Goalkeeper Gloves

Neuer: Goalkeeper Jersey

Neuer: Football boots


Marc-André ter Stegen, the number two goalkeeper for the German national team, is known for his exceptional reflexes and calm presence between the posts. At FC Barcelona, he has established himself as one of the world’s best goalkeepers. His skills go beyond just shot-stopping; he is also recognized for his game intelligence and precise distribution. In the lead-up to the European Championship, ter Stegen has already delivered impressive performances in the qualifying matches. His presence in goal provides the team with additional security, especially in critical phases of the game.

ter Stegen: goalkeeper gloves

Oliver Baumann

With the regulation allowing a 26-man squad for Euro, Oliver Baumann has been included as the fourth goalkeeper for the German national team. Baumann has had an impressive career at TSG Hoffenheim, where he has played since 2014 and has been the captain since 2022. Despite his extensive club experience, Baumann is relatively new to the national team.