National Team Coaches

Since its international debut in 1908, the German national team was coached by seven full-time coaches. The successful era of the national coaches started with Professor Otto Nerz (1923 to 1936):

Sepp Herberger (1936 until 1964):  
167 international games - 94 wins, 27 ties, 46 losses;
World Champion 1954.
The "wise man of the Bergstraße" died 1977 at the age of 80.

Sepp Herberger

Helmut Schön (1964 unitil 1978) 
139 international games - 86 wins, 31 ties, 22 losses;
European Champion 1972, World Champion 1974.
The native of Dresden died 1996 at the age of 80.

Helmut Schön

Jupp Derwall (1978 until 1984): 
67 international games - 44 wins, 12 ties, 11 losses;
European Champion 1980.

Jupp Derwall

Team Manager Franz Beckenbauer (1984 until 1990): 
66 international games - 34 wins, 20 ties, 12 losses;
World Champion 1990.

Franz Beckenbauer

Berti Vogts (1990 until 1998): 
102 international games - 66 wins, 24 ties, 12 losses;
European Champion 1996.

Berti Vogts

Erich Ribbeck (1998 until 2000): 
24 international games - 10 wins, 6 ties, 8 losses.

Erich Ribbeck

Rudi Völler (2000 until 2004): 
53 international games - 29 wins, 11 ties, 13 losses.

Rudi Völler

Jürgen Klinsmann (2004 until 2006)  
34 international games - 19 wins, 9 ties, 6 losses.

Jürgen Klinsmann
Joachim Löw (since 2006)   
112 international games - 77 wins; 20 ties, 15 losses.

Joachim Löw

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