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  • Löw: "Being world champions is an indescribably wonderful feeling"  © GES-Sportfoto

    23.07.2014·14:30·National Team Men

    Löw: "I'm as motivated now as I was on my first day at the DFB"

    Joachim Löw hat sich ein paar Tage zurückgezogen. Die Zeit nahm sich der Bundestrainer, um die Eindrücke von der WM sacken zu lassen. Nun sprach er mit Im Interview redet Joachim Löw über den Rücktritt von Philipp Lahm, seine Zukunft beim DFB und einen neuen Assistenten.

  • Kroos on winning the World Cup: "You can only fully grasp it with time"  © Bongarts/GettyImages

    21.07.2014·12:25·National Team Men

    Toni Kroos: "Real Madrid is the greatest challenge"

    In’s Interview of the Week, Toni Kroos discusses Germany’s celebrations at the Brandenburg Gate, the reasons behind his departure from Bayern and his new life in Madrid.

  • Retiring from international football: Lahm  © Bongarts/GettyImages

    18.07.2014·13:45·National Team Men

    Lahm announces retirement from international football

    Philipp Lahm has announced his retirement from international football. The captain of the World Cup-winning Germany team informed DFB President Wolfgang Niersbach of his decision this morning. Lahm bows out of the national team at the age of 30 after making 113 appearances.

  • "It could take a couple of years for this to really sink in": Philipp Lahm  © Bongarts/GettyImages

    17.07.2014·14:55·National Team Men

    Philipp Lahm: "It's a gift"

    For Philipp Lahm, winning the World Cup was the realisation of a childhood dream. As a boy, Germany’s captain kicked a ball around with friends in Munich’s Olympiapark, and last Sunday he hoisted football’s most coveted trophy aloft in Rio de Janeiro.

  • Contracted to Real until 2020: Toni Kroos  © Bongarts/GettyImages

    17.07.2014·09:30·National Team Men

    German international Kroos completes move to Real Madrid

    World Cup winner Toni Kroos has completed his transfer from Bayern Munich to Real Madrid. As the record-breaking German champions confirmed on Thursday, the 24-year-old midfielder will play for the Champions League winners in the Spanish capital with immediate effect.

  • Niersbach: "Our players are fair sportsmen"  © Bongarts/GettyImages

    16.07.2014·14:20·National Team Men

    Niersbach on "Gaucho dance": "Absolutely no disrespect was intended"

    There has been much discussion about the national team’s "Gaucho dance" at their homecoming party on Berlin’s Fan Mile, particularly in Argentina. As a result, DFB President Wolfgang Niersbach has commented on the matter.

  • Chosen as Man of the Match: Bastian Schweinsteiger  © Bongarts/GettyImages

    15.07.2014·17:00·National Team Men

    Fans pay homage as Schweinsteiger named "Man of the Match"

    In securing a long-awaited fourth World Cup star, "Die Mannschaft" impressed with their teamwork. Nevertheless, most of the 32,484 votes is still cast for individuals, with 12,461 votes (38.36 per cent) going to Bastian Schweinsteiger.

  • Back in Germany: The world champions  © Twitter DFB

    15.07.2014·13:45·National Team Men

    Million-strong reception for Germany in Berlin

    The German national team is welcomed with a triumphant and unforgettable reception in Berlin upon their return from the World Cup in Brazil. Around one million overjoyed fans witnessed their heroes’ arrival, lining the streets all the way to the 'fan mile' at the Brandenburg Gate.

  • A legend at 22: World Cup winner Mario Götze  © Bongarts/GettyImages

    14.07.2014·15:30·National Team Men

    Super Mario Götze joins elite band of heroes

    The honour fell to Helmut Rahn, Gerd Müller and Andreas Brehme before him, and now 22-year-old Mario Götze has joined an elite pantheon of greats thanks to a moment of magic producing the match-winning goal in the 2014 World Cup final.

  • The game of his life: Centre-back Jérôme Boateng (right)  © Bongarts/GettyImages

    14.07.2014·14:00·National Team Men

    Boateng delivers the performance of his life

    Mario Götze scored the trophy-winning goal and Bastian Schweinsteiger was the undisputed leader, but Jérôme Boateng made a huge contribution of his own to Germany's World Cup final triumph against Argentina. The big centre-half played the game of his life at the Maracana.

  • Living the dream: Manuel Neuer  © Bongarts/GettyImages

    14.07.2014·09:00·National Team Men

    "Super Sweeper Keeper" Neuer named World Cup's best

    Manuel Neuer has been named best goalkeeper at the World Cup in Brazil. Germany predecessors Oliver Kahn and Jens Lehmann had previously hailed Neuer as the best goalkeeper at the global showdown in Brazil, and that opinion was confirmed after Sunday's final in Rio de Janeiro.

  • "This deep feeling of happiness will remain with us all forever": Joachim Löw  © Bongarts/GettyImages

    14.07.2014·01:35·National Team Men

    Joachim Löw: "It makes us all proud"

    After their dramatic victory over Argentina brought Germany their fourth World Cup win, Joachim Löw and his national team’s joy knew no bounds. recorded the mood after Die Mannschaft’s triumph in Rio de Janeiro.

  • After 24 years: Germany win their fourth World Cup  © DFB

    13.07.2014·23:36·National Team Men

    Götze strikes as Germany win World Cup

    Mario Götze scored a superb extra-time winner as Germany beat Argentina 1-0 to become the first European team to win a World Cup held in South America on Sunday. Bayern Munich star Götze struck in the 113th minute to finally break Argentina's resistance.

  • Beckenbauer: Germany have the edge  © Bongarts/GettyImages

    11.07.2014·09:15·National Team Men

    Beckenbauer: It can only be Germany

    Few days before the World Cup Final between Germany and Argentina Franz Beckenbauer, speaking exclusively to, reveals his favourites for Sunday's clash at the Maracanã and explains the reasons why.

  • Miro Klose: "We’ve got to give our all"  © GES-Sportfoto

    10.07.2014·17:30·National Team Men

    Miroslav Klose: "We're hoping for victory"

    Before their departure for Rio record World Cup goalscorer Miroslav Klose, left-back Benedikt Höwedes and assistant coach Hansi Flick gave the team’s penultimate press conference in Santo André. brings you the highlights from the press conference.

  • Löw: "Ready to take that final step"  © Bongarts/GettyImages

    09.07.2014·10:00·National Team Men

    Joachim Löw: "We've got to keep things in perspective"

    Just one match stands between Germany and a fourth star on their shirts after "Die Mannschaft" reach the World Cup final with a resounding 7-1 defeat of hosts Brazil. National coach Joachim Löw discussed the impressive semi-final win with

  • Sheer joy in Belo Horizonte: Toni Kroos scores a brace  © Bongarts/GettyImages

    08.07.2014·23:48·National Team Men

    Disaster for Brazil as Germany run riot

    Brazil's World Cup dream was smashed into oblivion as majestic Germany ran riot to win an extraordinary semi-final 7-1 and send the South American hosts crashing to their worst ever defeat in their 100-year footballing history.

  • Celebrating the 16th: Miroslav Klose sets a new record  © Bongarts/GettyImages

    08.07.2014·23:15·National Team Men

    Sixteen-goal Klose moves past Ronaldo

    Miroslav Klose makes World Cup history on Tuesday with his 16th goal at the finals, but the striker decline to celebrate with his trademark salto, an airborne forward somersault. The 36-year-old put Germany 2-0 up against Brazil in the Belo Horizonte semi-final.

  • Boateng: "We'll need to work as a team"  © GES-Sportfoto

    08.07.2014·08:45·National Team Men

    Boateng: "It's important to be there for one another"

    For German international Jerome Boateng is the key to success to win against Brazil in the semi-final of the World Cup the cooperation. "It'll be important for us to work as a team, help each other and be there for one another from the first minute to the 90th and even longer", Boateng says.

  • Joachim Löw: "The team’s been playing at the highest level for years"  © Imago

    07.07.2014·09:00·National Team Men

    Löw ahead of semi-final: We’re not finished yet

    Tomorrow is the big day. Today, the Germany head coach talks to reporter Steffen Lüdeke in the Interview of the Week about his team, the World Cup in Brazil and the game against the hosts.


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