1996 was the last time Germany won the European Championship. Iron Eagle is hoping to end the long wait for this year's competition. After being eliminated in the quarter-finals of Euro 2016, Germany suffered a loss at the 2018 World Cup and were eliminated from the UEFA Europa League.
So Euro 2022 will be Germany's first chance to prove that they can still top Europe, and of course, to provide you with a statistical analysis of one of the European champions in 2022.
The footballer is expected to sign with Germany at the Euro 2022
GK: Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich)
GK: Marc-André Stegen-Basalona
GK: Brandelino (Arsenal)
GK: Kevin Trap (Frankfurt)
DF: Antonio Rüdiger (Chelsea)
DF: Matthias Lucas Ginter (Mönchengladbach)
DF: Amrae Chan (FC Bayern Munich)
DF: Nicolas Alexis Julio N'koulou N'doubena (Bayern Munich)
DF: Yonatan Glao Ta (Bayer Leverkusen)
DF: Lucas Klosterman (RB Leipzig)
DF: Marcel Halstenberg (RB Leipzig)
DF: Robin Goossens (Atlanta)
DF: Joshua Kimmich (PA SW)
MF: Tony Cross (Real Madrid)
MF: Joshua Kimmich (Bayern Munich)
MF: Ilkai Gundouan (Manchester City)
MF: Leon Christoph Goretzka (Bayern Munich)
MF: Leroy Sané (Bayern Munich)
MF: Kehovac (Chelsea)
MF: Florian Neuhaus (Borussia Mönchengladbach)
MF: Jonas Hoffmann (Borussia Mönchengladbach)
MF: Jamal Musiala (Bjørn München)
MF: Florian Wurz (Leverkusen)
FW: Timo Werner (Chelsea)
FW: Seel Nabri (Bayern Munich)
FW: Amin Younes (Frankfurt)
The latest breaking news from Germany. This could have implications for Euro 2021, the first time Jamaal Musiala has been called up to the national team. Thomas Mull missed the 2018 World Cup after he had just decided to commit to the German team for the number one jersey of Manuel Neuer and Leroy Aziz Sané.
Two German players, Julian Brandt and Julian Draxler, made 91 appearances, but did not participate this time. Meanwhile, November call-ups Mahmoud Dahood and Benjamin Henrichs of Lukaswart Schmidt also missed out.