Coach of Germany Joachim Loew will remain in office until 2020. As reported by the press service of the German football Association (DFB), the new agreement is calculated till the end of the championship of Europe 2020.

The previous contract left with DFB was calculated to the end of the 2018 world Cup in Russia.

“We all want the world Cup in Russia to achieve the same success as in Brazil, – quotes “R-Sport” statement 56-year-old specialist. – It gives me great pleasure to coach this team, to develop it and try to bring players to the highest level – the task spurs me no less than to win titles”.

Joachim löw head of the German national team since 2006, succeeding Jurgen Klinsmann.

Under his leadership, the team became the world champion 2014 in Brazil, and also won bronze in the 2010 world Cup, Euro silver 2008 and bronze medals of Euro-2012. In the European championship 2016 in France Germany reached the semifinals, where they lost to hosts of tournament with the account 0:2.

In October of this year Joachim Loew has repeated the record number of victories with the German national team – 94. He compared this figure with the record holder Sepp Herberger, who coached Germany in the 50-ies of the last century. While Levu for 94 wins needed 141 match, Herberger – 168.

Joachim Loew will coach the national team of Germany soccer for 14 years in a row 31.10.2016

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