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Gislason reveals the German squad for the Olympics

The head coach of the German national team, Alfred Gislason, reveals the squad for the upcoming Olympic Games in Tokyo (July 23 to August 8). There are 17 players on the list, but Goalkeeper Silvio Heinevetter and right-winger Tobias Reichmann will initially be in Tokyo as reserves.

Should a nominated player get injured by July 5, swaps in individual cases are still possible. After that, squad changes are only possible with a medical certificate. So, there are additional 11 players waiting for their chance to get into the team.

In the group phase, Germans will face Spain, Argentina, France, Norway, and Brazil.

1 Johannes Bitter GK 02.09.1982 HSV Hamburg
12 Silvio Heinevetter* GK 21.10.1984 MT Melsungen
33 Andreas Wolff GK 03.03.1991 Lomza Vive Kielce
3 Uwe Gensheimer LW 26.10.1986 Rhein-Neckar Löwen
31 Marcel Schiller LW 15.08.1991 Frisch Auf Göppingen
9 Tobias Reichmann* RW 27.05.1988 MT Melsungen
6 Finn Lemke LB 30.04.1992 MT Melsungen
35 Julius Kühn RB 01.04.1993 MT Melsungen
95 Paul Drux RB 07.02.1995 Füchse Berlin
15 Juri Knorr CB 09.05.2000 Rhein-Neckar Löwen
17 Steffen Weinhold RB 19.07.1986 THW Kiel
25 Kai Häfner RB 10.07.1989 MT Melsungen
4 Johannes Golla LP 05.11.1997 SG Flensburg-Handewitt
13 Hendrik Pekeler LP 02.07.1991 THW Kiel
48 Jannik Kohlbacher LP 19.07.1995 Rhein-Neckar Löwen
73 Timo Kastening RW/RB 25.06.1995 MT Melsungen
20 Philipp Weber LB/CB 15.09.1992 SC Magdeburg
Alfred Gislason Coach 07.09.1959

 

The remaining players of the 28-player squad are: Joel Birlehm (SC DHfK Leipzig), Fabian Böhm (TSV Hannover-Burgdorf), Rune Dahmke (THW Kiel), Sebastian Firnhaber (HC Erlangen), Patrick Groetzki (Rhein-Neckar Löwen), Sebastian Heymann (Frisch Auf Göppingen), Till Klimpke (HSG Wetzlar), Marian Michalczik (Füchse Berlin), Jona Schoch (HBW Balingen-Weilstetten), David Schmidt (Bergischer HC), Lukas Stutzke (Bergischer HC).

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