PLAYER POSITION DATE OF BIRTH HEIGHT [CM] WEIGHT [KG]
Vivien DAVID GK 06.06.2001. 178 72
Laura WALDENMAIER GK 10.10.2000. 174 68
Carley ZENNER GK 05.01.2000. 181 78
Ronja NÜHSE GK 25.05.2000. 180 67
Lena SCHMID GK 21.07.2001. 180 76
Lena HAUSHERR LW 07.07.2001. 165 61
Ndidi AGWUNEDU LW 04.01.2000. 172 70
Annabell HEITEFUß LW 09.06.2001. 170 63
Paulina GOLLA LB 24.12.2000. 180 75
Mariel WULF LB 23.04.2001. 186 80
Aimée VON PEREIRA LB 16.02.2000. 181 75
Marie MICHALZCIK LB 09.11.2001. 179 76
Dana BLECKMANN CB 09.05.2001. 178 67
Lea NEUBRANDER CB 17.01.2000. 169 64
Hannah KRIESE CB 02.03.2001. 171 60
Mareike THOMAIER CB 25.08.2000. 172 63
Samira KRAKAT RB 18.01.2000. 175 70
Ann KYNAST RB 06.06.2001. 175 65
Leonie KOCKEL RB 20.01.2000. 176 66
Laetitia QUIST RB 08.11.2001. 183 78
Lisa KUNERT RB 05.05.2000. 177 68
Julia WEISE RW 19.01.2000. 178 61
Pauline UHLMANN RW 27.09.2000. 169 57
Emelyn VAN WINGERDEN RW 20.05.2001. 170 65
Maxi MÜHLNER LP 03.02.2001. 177 76
Tamara ANDREAS LP 24.09.2001. 177 79
Carlotta FEGE LP 18.07.2001. 170 80
Jana WILLING LP 15.04.2000. 177 83

GK – goalkeeper, LW – left wing, LB – left back, CB – central back, RB – right back, RW – right wing, LP – line player

HEAD COACH: Maik Nowak

KEY-PLAYERS: No specific players have been appointed as the whole team is believed to be skilled. The players have created a strong team spirit and would like to prove it during the European Championship.

A FEW WORDS ABOUT THE TEAM: The German National Team won the European Championship U17 last year and thanks to that they got automatically qualified to the tournament in Kielce. They realise that the title involves a huge responsibility and expectations, but as the coach Maik Nowak said, they want to take up this challenge and give their best.

The preparation period for the European Champions was extremaly difficult as the team suffered from a couple of injuries which in turn excluded them from participating in friendly tournament – the one that was supposed to check how effective their hard work has been.

The girls together with the training staff are fully aware of their tough way to success. They believe that both group A (in which they play) and B are very strong as they include world-class teams. Nevertheless, the girls will not give up! They will do their best to leave Kielce as double – World and European – Champions.