Exclusive Flick on the coaching Germany until 2024. According to the German Football Association, after Euro 2020, Hansi Flick will be the national team’s head coach.
Flick announced his departure from Bayern Munich this month. After leading the Bavarian powerhouse to their eighth Bundesliga victory in a row.
And now, following this summer’s postponed tournament, the DFB has confirmed that Flick will take over for Joachim Löw.
He agrees to a deal that will last until 2024.
“It all happened surprisingly swiftly for me with the signature, but I’m happy to be able to work as national coach starting autumn,” Flick said in a statement. The season has just finished, and my two years at Bayern Munich have been beneficial to the team spirit and mentality of the players. And I’ll take a lot with me that will continue to shape my job.
“I’m looking forward to going since I can see the high level of the players in Germany. Particularly the young ones. As a result, we have every cause to be optimistic about future competitions, such as the European Championship in 2024. Which will hold at home. Furthermore, I am aware from personal experience that I am with Oliver Bierhoff. I have a robust and reliable partner at my side who works in the team behind the team to ensure that the team, trainers, and staff can get started quickly.
“I’m also excited to contribute my thoughts and ideas to the academy and other national teams outside of the national squad. The most important thing right now is the next European Championship. For which I wish Jogi Löw, Marcus Sorg, Andy Köpke, and the rest of the team the best of luck. Jogi Löw has earned a great send-off during his time as national coach.”. Exclusive Flick on the coaching Germany until 2024.