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Germany 2004/05 Training kit Small

Germany 2004/05 Training kit Small

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This rare training kit is in excellent condition. It featured Adidas Clima Cool Technology and it's a size Small. 

The German national football team's performance from 2004 to 2006 covered several competitions, including the 2004 UEFA European Championship (Euro 2004), the 2006 FIFA World Cup, and various friendly matches. Here's an overview of their performance during this period:

  1. Euro 2004 (2004):

    • Germany did not manage to qualify to the knock out stages as they finished 3rd in their group.
  2. Friendly Matches and Qualification for 2006 World Cup:

    • In the lead-up to the 2006 FIFA World Cup, Germany played several friendly matches and participated in the qualification campaign. They performed well and secured their place in the World Cup.
  3. 2006 FIFA World Cup (2006):

    • Germany hosted the 2006 FIFA World Cup, and the national team had an impressive run in the tournament. They reached the semifinals and finished in third place. Their results in the World Cup were as follows:
      • Group Stage: Germany finished first in their group with two wins and one draw.
        • Germany 4-2 Costa Rica
        • Germany 1-0 Poland
        • Germany 3-0 Ecuador
      • Round of 16: Germany defeated Sweden 2-0.
      • Quarterfinals: Germany won against Argentina in a penalty shootout after a 1-1 draw.
      • Semifinals: Germany lost to Italy 0-2.
      • Third-Place Playoff: Germany defeated Portugal 3-1 to finish in third place.

Some notable and influential players who made significant contributions to the team:

  1. Michael Ballack - A highly skilled midfielder who served as the team's captain, Ballack was a key playmaker and leader for the German national team.

  2. Miroslav Klose - An outstanding striker, Klose was known for his goal-scoring prowess and remains the all-time leading goal scorer for the German national team.

  3. Philipp Lahm - Lahm, a versatile defender, played an important role in the team's defense and also contributed to the attack with his overlapping runs.

  4. Bastian Schweinsteiger - A talented midfielder, Schweinsteiger was known for his work rate, passing ability, and versatility in the midfield.

  5. Lukas Podolski - A young and promising forward, Podolski made significant contributions with his goals and assists during this period.

  6. Oliver Kahn - The experienced goalkeeper, Kahn, was known for his exceptional shot-stopping abilities and leadership.

  7. Jens Lehmann - Another top goalkeeper, Lehmann provided solid competition for Kahn and had crucial moments in goal.

  8. Per Mertesacker - Mertesacker was a dependable central defender who provided stability in the German defense.

  9. Torsten Frings - A midfielder with a strong physical presence, Frings contributed both defensively and offensively.

  10. Arne Friedrich - Friedrich was a reliable and versatile defender who played a key role in the defense.

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