Mercedes-Benz JuniorCup January 5 & 6, 2018

TSG 1899 Hoffenheim

The TSG 1899 Hoffenheim is undoubtedly the most effective participant in the history of the Junior Cup. Hoffenheim competed three times, ranking second twice in 2016 and champions in 2017.

The titleholder has also a special Junior Cup history with his coaches. Two of them coached the team in 2016 and 2017 and were already in the Bundesliga a few weeks later, Julian Nagelsmann in 2016, with the TSG 1899 Hoffenheim and Domenico Tedesco in 2017, with Erzgebirge Aue.

Nowadays, he coaches Schalke 04. This time, the trainers name is Marcel Rapp.

Not only in the Junior Cup, belongs Hoffenheim to one of the best teams in that age range. In 2014, the team became German champion (five to zero in the final against Hannover 96), in 2015 and 2016 they made it to vice champion. Meanwhile, the U19 heads again to the top of the A-Junior Bundesliga Group South.

Group B

Trainer: Marcel Rapp

Co-Trainer: Jens Schuster

Goalkeeper Coach: Dominik Weber

Physiotherapist: Fritz Gard

 

Players:

Player number Name First name Date of Birth
1 Dogan Isa  22.09.1999
2 Görlich Luis  01.04.2000
3 Foshag Steffen  24.07.1999
4 Grimmer Lennart  18.06.1999
5 Russo Stefano  29.06.2000
7 Alberico Domenico  23.01.1999
8 Weidner Florian  05.10.1999
9 Anhölcher Nils  22.08.1999
10 Schorn Noah 16.01.1999
11 Mawana Filston  21.03.2000
12 Tubluk Enes  03.06.2000
23 Philipp Luca  28.11.2000

 

Hoffenheim at the JuniorCup:

The team had three participations, ranking fifth in 2015, second in 2016, and champions in 2017.

 

Youth Players of Hoffenheim:

Nadiem Amiri | Dennis Geiger | Philipp Ochs | Niklas Süle | Jeremy Toljan

Tournament schedule TSG 1899 Hoffenheim
05.01.2018
Time Opponent
12:46 pm -
1:06 pm
   FC Bayern München
2:18 pm -
2:38 pm
   Panathinaikos Athen
4:13 pm -
4:33 pm
   1. FC Köln
5:50 pm -
6:10 pm
   Víkingur Reykjavík
06.01.2018
Time Opponent
11:50 am -
12:10 pm
   Hertha BSC
2:25 pm -
2:45 pm
   VfB Stuttgart
4:00 pm -
4:20 pm
   Hertha BSC