Against Liechtenstein in Wolfsburg DFB gives away jerseys
Hans-Dieter Flick, said Hansi Flick, born February 24, 1965, is a player and German football coach and coach of the German team since August 2021. From 2006 to 2014, he is the deputy Joachim Löw at the head of the German team. From 2014 to 2017, he works in the German Football Federation. On November 3, 2019, he was named Coach of Bayern Munich after Niko Kovač s dismissal. He takes the orders of the German champion team and manages to realize an unprecedented sextuplet: Bundesliga, Champions League, Cup of Germany, Supercoupe of Germany, Europe s supercropper and club World Cup. On August 1, 2021, he took his coach of the Nationalmannschaft following the departure of Joachim Löw.
Under Hansi Flick is a new departure mood to feel around the national team, but at this constellation, the new national coach should be rather powerless.
On November 11, a Thursday evening at 20.45, Germany Underdog Liechtenstein receives for the last home game in the World Cup qualifier in Wolfsburg with manageable athletic relevance: The DFB selection is already qualified for the World Cup 2022, and apparently considered flick, with the last Parts in the calendar year give a pair of players a break.
In short: A sold-out stadium – thanks to 2G control all 26,000 places occupied – would be a similarly great surprise as a Liechtensteiner away win. That s why the DFB attracts with a jersey action. Each visitor receives a home jersey of the national team, with organizational reasons only men Jerseys in size l are available.
Löw, Köpke and Schneider are officially honored
Our fans have always supported us – despite the strong restrictions that there were still this year. And now we feel their support also at the new beginning of the national team and their new coaching team, becomes Oliver Bierhoff, Director National Teams and Academy, in the DFB press release quotes. That s why you wanted to return something and Thank you .
Meanwhile, ticket prices are moving at a similar level as last. Seat cards costs between 25 and 70 euros, reduced between 15 and 50 euros. Children up to and including 14 years pay category-independently ten euros per ticket.
In any case, among the visitors will be flick-predictor Joachim Löw, ex-assistant Thomas Schneider and Ex-Torwarttrainer Andreas Köpke. They are said to be officially honored and adopted in Wolfsburg.