The capital club is third in the all-time ranking list of the Junior Cup with two tournament victories, right behind Schalke 04 and VfB Stuttgart. Now, after a seven-year break, the Berlin team comes back to the Glaspalast for the tenth time.
Jérôme and Kevin-Prince Boateng, Ashkan Dejagah and most recently John Anthony Brooks are the figureheads of the Hertha youth players. There are presently six players who belong to the Bundesliga squad, which are homegrown players: Torunarigha, Mittelstädt, Maier, Kade, Dárdai and Baak. Three of those players (Kade, Dárdai and Baak) are eligible and registered to compete in Sindelfingen. Luis Klatte, Jessic Ngankam and Dennis Jastrzembski, who also play in Sindelfingen, were present at the U17 World Cup in India.
With Ante Čović, Andreas Thom, Andreas (Zecke) Neuendorf, Sofian Chahed, and the U19 coach Michael Hartmann (240 Bundesliga games for Hertha), the trainers coached the most important U-teams, by which they identified to the club during their active career for the Hertha team. With nine participations, the team won in 2003 and 2004 and ranked third in 2011.
Trainer: Michael Hartmann
Goalkeeper Coach: Ilja Hofstädt
Physiotherapist: Jürgen Lange
Team Leader: Norbert Machnik
|Player number||Name||First name||Date of Birth|
|17||Ernesto||Panzu de Angelo||03.04.1999|
Hertha BSC at the JuniorCup:
Nine participations: champion 2003 und 2004, third place 2011
Youth Players of Hertha:
Jerôme and Kevin-Prince Boateng | Ashkan Dejagah | Nico Schulz | John Anthony Brooks