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Presentazione

German U19 National Team

Prosperities

1997 European Champion in Kaarst (GER)
1998 ---
1999 3rd Place European Championships
2000 European Champion in Brighton (GB)
2001 ---
2002 4th Place European Championships in Bussy (CH)
2003 European Vice Champion in Doncaster (GB)
2004 European Champion in Torquay (GB)
2005 European Champion in Kaarst (GER)
2006 European Champion in Lugano (CH)
2007 European Champion in Lugano (CH)
2008 European Vice Champion in Krefeld (GER)
2009 European Champion in Stegersbach (AUT)
2010 European Champion in Iserlohn (GER)
2011 European Champion in Zaandam (NED)
2012 European Champion in Aarhus (DK)
2013 European Champion in Düsseldorf (GER)
2014 European Champion in Stegersbach (AUT)
2015 European Vice Champion in Delnice (HR)
2016 European Champion in Kastav (HR)
2017 European Champion in Iserlohn (D)

History

Since 1997 Germany’s U19 National Team takes part in IISHF’s international contests and has won the European Title for fourteen times. Furthermore there are three second places (2003 / 2008/2015) and one third place (1999). In 2017 won the team against the Swiss Team at the final game. In 2018 should be the titles defend under the leadership from the coaches Jens Meinhardt and René Hippler.

Team

Players:
C – Strasser, Tim
A – Nachtwey, Elias

Schmieta, Caroline - Schmitz, Timo
Cazorla-Schrage, Lucas - Grundhöher, Janis
Matheis, Philipp - Schumacher, Falk
Schott, Fabian - Jentsch, Lucas
Bächle, Nico - Sieber, Lukas
Petau, Patrick - Pilz, Niklas
Müller, Henrik - Otte, Jan-Luca
Schmitten, Brijaan - Scheuß, Alexander
Kleindienst, Niklas - Dannöhl, Tom
Krebs, Leo - Sciumé, Jonas
Kammen, René - Nachtwey, Raphael Noah
Grundhöfer, Finn - Schneider, Leon
Schumacher, Falk

Coach:
Meinhardt, Jens – Hippler, René