The general office of the German Football Association (DFB) is situated in Frankfurt/Main.
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The DFB head quarter is located in the vicinity of the Frankfurt stadium, and is run by General Secretary Helmut Sandrock.
About 150 full time employees work in six different departments with the following fields of work:
Headed by Helmut Sandrock, General Secretary, supervision of all DFB departments
Matters of principle interest, Organisation of all international games and events, Ticket sale, Connections to other national and international Sports organisations (DOSB, NOK, FIFA, UEFA), DFB travel agency, Office of the national team, Honours awards, professional qualification and social matters, fan projects
Law - Personnel - Finance - Administration
Responsible director: Stefan Hans
Sports jurisdiction, referee jurisdiction, general jurisdiction, anti-doping commission, personnel matters, laws of the game, insurances, real estate administration, sports medicine, Accounting (Budgeting, Controlling), Asset management
League and Team Management - Youth - Education - Coaches - Grassroots
Responsible director: Ulf Schott
Management of all junior national teams, German Junior Championships, talent promotion, centers of excellence, talent promotion programmes, coach education, DFB-Cup, League and matches calendar, coordination of regional leagues, German cup, amateur football, venues, international transfers, grassroots and recreational football
Amateurs - Referees - Sustainability
Responsible director: Willi Hink
Referees, referee appointments and observers, integration and sustainability
Women's Soccer - Girl Soccer - School Soccer
Responsible director: Steffi Jones
Women and girls football, Women's and juniors national teams, Women's Bundesliga
Responsible director: Press manager Ralf Köttker
Coordination of all media and PR matters, editorial support of DFB-Publications (DFB-Journal, DFB-topical, Press service, Official notes), World and European Championships books, press conferences, DFB website, providing media information for all national teams, public appearances of the DFB coaching staff and all national team players, all matters related to TV and radio broadcast, media partnerships
Responsible director: Denni Strich
TV matters, boards advertising, sponsoring, merchandising, TV, radio and new media rights management, management of "DFB Wirtschaftsdienste"