Germany Team Squad 2014 World Cup

by Sameer Arshad | Posted on Sunday, April 20th, 2014 | 2

German highlights 2013

German National Team Coach: Joachim Low

Was part of Klinsman assistan team and took over as the national team coach 2 years later, he has developed a typical german style of play, a free flowing football, high pressure with a 4-2-3-1 formation. This german side is very talented and under Low they might go all the way.

Possible Starting Lineup of Germany in WC 2014

Joachim Low has quality players for every position, likely starting lineup will have quite Bayern Munich touch, with Kroos and Bastian Schweinsteiger will start in the middle of the park as Sami Khadira might not be fit for the world cup. While three man attacking midfield with Muller, Ozil and Reus will be supporting a lone striker uptop in either Gomez or Kruze.

Key Players: Mesut Ozil & Marcos Reus

Ozil has the ability to dictate the play with his precise passing while Reus is having a superb season with Borussia Dortmund and in form player will be key to Germany chances.

Youngster to watch out for: Toni Kroos

He already have 40 caps under his belt and at the age of just 23 he might turn out to be a superb player for both Germany and later for Bayern Munich. Kroos has the vision, passing ability and a engine which can work box to box.

Germany 2014 World Cup Schedule:

  1. Portugal (16 June)
  2. Ghana (22 June)
  3. USA (26 June)

Netherlands Possible 23 Man Squad for FIFA World Cup 2014

Germany squad for the world cup final will be announced before 13 May 2014 and we will updated the final list of 23-man squad right here. Below is the list of players who are likely to be with the German side but its not a confirmed squad.

1 Manuel Neuer Bayern Munich GK
2 Roman Weidenfeller Borussia Dortmund GK
3 Ron-Robert Zieler Hannover GK
4 Erik Durm Borussia Dortmund Defender
5 Kevin Grosskreutz Borussia Dortmund Defender
6 Jerome Boateng Bayern Munich Defender
7 Benedikt Howedes FC Schalke Defender
8 Mats Hummels Borussia Dortmund Defender
9 Marcell Jansen Hamburg Defender
10 Philipp Lahm Bayern Munich Defender
11 Per Mertesacker  Arsenal Midfielder
12 Shkodran Mustafi  Sampdoria Midfielder
13 Marcel Schmelzer Borussia Dortmund Midfielder
14 Lars Bender Bayer Leverkusen Midfielder
15 Julian Draxler FC Schalke Midfielder
16 Matthias Ginter Freiburg Midfielder
17 Leon Goretzka FC Schalke Midfielder
18 Mario Gotze Bayern Munich Midfielder
19 Samir Khadira Real Madrid Midfielder
20 Andre Hahn  Augsburg Forward
21 Toni Kroos Bayern Munich Forward
22 Max Meyer FC Schalke Forward
23 Thomas Müller Bayern Munich Forward
24 Mesut Ozil  Arsenal Forward
25 Marco Reus Borussia Dortmund Forward
26 Lukas Podolski Arsenal Forward
27 Andre Schurrle Chelsea Forward
28 Miroslav Klose Lazio Forward
29 Kevin Volland Hoffenheim Forward


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  • DavidAW

    Schmelzer is not a GK :) I agree with your starting line-up almost completely, although I think Mertesacker will start at center back, with Boateng moving to full back and Schmelzer on the bench. Muller is not exactly a center-forward, but he should start up there, as Gomez and Podolski did not play all that much at their clubs, and Klose is 35 years old and not what he used to be.

  • DavidAW

    …and the first players off the bench should be Schurrle, Podolski, Schmelzer, Klose, and Khedira (if he’s fit).

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