EM 2020 - DFB team moves to Herzogenaurach - Sport
The national team will move to the Franconian town during the European Football Championship 2020. Maxi Kleber stays in the NBA.
Football, European Championship 2020: The German national football team will set up their EM district in Herzogenaurach in 2020. The German Football Association (DFB) announced this on Tuesday in a 60-second video in the social media. The selection of coach Joachim Löw will live and work on the premises of Partner adidas.
The Franconian town is located about 190 km and thus less than two hours by bus from the Munich Allianz Arena, where the DFB team in case of qualifying at the EURO in a year (12 June to 12 July) will play at least two group matches. Nuremberg Airport, which has no ban on night flights, can be reached in less than half an hour.
On the site, where adidas has invested around € 1 billion since 1999, there is a football stadium for 5,600 spectators. Argentina around Lionel Messi got ready to play at the 2006 World Cup. Here also public units for Manuel Neuer and Co. would be possible.
Beach Volley, World Cup: Germany's best male duo Julius Thole and Clemens Wickler moved into the Round of 32 at the Beach Volleyball World Championships in Hamburg. The local heroes also won their second group match against Iranians Arash Vakili / Bahman Salemi 2-0 (21:18, 22:20) and are in Group L no longer to displace one of the first two places, the direct qualification for the semiquavers mean.
On Tuesday it comes against the so far also unbeaten US Tri Bourne / Trevor Crabb to the showdown for the group victory. "We saw the last game against the US guys, the Iranians are really good, they showed that, and they have a lot of fans, they make a lot of noise," Thole told DAZN.
Basketball, NBA: The Dallas Mavericks continue to rely on basketball international Maximilian Kleber. As the New York Times and ESPN reported in unison, the club from the North American professional league NBA with the 27-year-old Würzburger on a new four-year contract with a salary volume of about 35 million dollars have agreed. Long-time Mavericks team-mate of retired NBA legend Dirk Nowitzki has played 71 games for Dallas in the past season, averaging 21.6 minutes, 6.8 points and 4.6 rebounds on average.