Germany national rugby league team

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Germany
Team information
Governing body Rugby League Deutschland
Region Europe
Head coach Dan Stocks
Captain Kristian Keinhorst
Most caps Kristian Keinhorst (15)
Top try-scorer Jimmy Keinhorst (19)
Top point-scorer Jimmy Keinhorst (108)
RLIF ranking 23rd
Uniforms
First colours
Team results
First international
 Germany 34–32 Austria 
(Bad Reichenhall, Germany; 1937)
Biggest win
 Germany 96–0 Czech Republic 
(Hochspeyer, Germany; 2010)
Biggest defeat
 Germany 6-90 Serbia 
(Hochspeyer, Germany; 2011)

The Germany national rugby league team is the national rugby league team of Germany.

For more German stats, news, team results and more visit Germany's RLEF Page.

National team[edit]

The captain of the national side is Kristian Keinhorst and the national coach Dan Stocks. The most capped player is Kristian Keinhorst who has 15 Caps.

As well as playing friendlies and one-off games, the German national team has participated in two tournaments.

In the Central Europe Development Tri-Nations in 2006 they won both of their matches narrowly beating Austria in Bad Reichenhall in front of over 350 people. They then beat Estonia in Tallinn to seal victory of the competition.

2011 squad[edit]

2011 Germany Squad
First team squad Coaching staff
  • 1 Nick Keinhorst - FB
  • 2 Max Schoengen - WG
  • 3 Nico Koch - CE
  • 4 Jimmy Keinhorst - CE
  • 5 Christoph Huber - WG
  • 6 Damien Seibold - FE, HB
  • 7 Kristian Keinhorst (c) - HB, FE
  • 8 Thomas Isaak - PR
  • 9 Danny Stocks - HK
  • 10 Fabrice Fehlman - PR
  • 11 Christian Gabriel - SR
  • 12 Bene Rehm - SR
  • 13 Simon Cooper - LF, SR
  • 14 Arthur Schein - HK, FE
  • 15 Benedict Behr-Heyder - PR
  • 16 Max Froeschner - SR, LF
  • 17 Liam Doughton - PR

Head coach

  • Dan Stocks



Legend:
  • (c) Captain
  • (vc) Vice captain

Updated: 4 July 2010
Source(s): European Shield 2010

Official Rankings as of May 2017[1]
Rank Change Team Points
1 Same position  Australia
2  New Zealand
3  England
4  Scotland
5  Samoa
6  France
7 Rise  Ireland
8 Fall  Fiji
9 Same position  Wales
10  United States
11 Rise  Tonga
12 Fall  Serbia
13  Canada
14  Italy
15 Same position  Papua New Guinea
16  Russia
17  Jamaica
18  Belgium
19 Rise  Malta
20 Fall  Spain
21 Same position  Lebanon
22  Ukraine
23  Germany
24 Rise  Cook Islands
25 Fall  Czech Republic
26 Same position  Norway
27  Denmark
28  Greece
29  Sweden
30  Netherlands
31 Rise  Niue
32 Fall  South Africa
33 Rise  Hungary
34 Fall  Philippines
35 New entry  Thailand
36 Fall  Chile
37  Vanuatu
38 Rise  El Salvador
39 Fall  Latvia
40 Rise  Solomon Islands
41 New entry  Uruguay
42 Fall  Morocco

Notable players[edit]

Results[edit]

European Shield[edit]

Since 2007, Germany has been a participant in the European Shield, the successor to the Central Europe Tri-Nations. In the 2007 Shield, they were beaten in Heidelberg by a strong Serbia side but beat the Czech Republic in Prague, subsequently finishing second.

In the 2008 European Shield, Germany again defeated the Czech team. However, they lost to the subsequent champions Italy and again took second for the tournament.

The 2009 European Shield featured the same three sides as in 2008. The first match of the tournament saw Germany lose to the Czech Republic 30–4 in Olomouc. That game marked the first international victory for the Czech team.[2]

In the 2010 European Shield, Germany lost to the subsequent group winners Serbia and defeated the Czech team, finishing in the second place.

All-time Results Record[edit]

Team First Played Played Win Draw Loss Points for Points against Last meeting
AustriaAustria 2006 1 1 0 0 34 32 2006
Czech RepublicCzech Republic 2007 4 3 0 1 206 72 2010
EstoniaEstonia 2006 1 1 0 0 38 24 2006
ItalyItaly 2008 3 0 0 3 86 166 2013
MaltaMalta 2011 1 1 0 0 36 12 2011
NorwayNorway 2011 1 0 0 1 28 32 2011
RussiaRussia 2012 2 0 0 2 26 62 2013
SerbiaSerbia 2007 5 1 0 4 61 238 2013
NetherlandsNetherlands 2013 2 2 0 0 98 38 2013
Date Result Competition Venue Attendance
3 May 2014 Germany def. Netherlands 70-16 Friendly Delft, Netherlands Not Known
10 August 2013 Russia def. Germany 30–0 Rugby League European Shield Not Known
27 July 2013 Italy def. Germany 66–30 Rugby League European Shield Nordstern Stadion, Karlsruhe Not Known[3]
18 May 2013 Serbia def. Germany 46–10 Rugby League European Shield Makiš Stadium, Belgrade, Serbia Not Known[4]
4 May 2013 Germany def. Netherlands 28–22 Friendly International Heidelberg, Germany Not Known[5]
19 May 2012 Russia def. Germany 32–26 Rugby League European Shield Heidelberg, Germany Not Known[6]
12 May 2012 Germany def. Serbia 25–24 Rugby League European Shield Heidelberg, Germany Not Known[7]
23 July 2011 Germany def. Malta 36–12 Rugby League European Shield Hochspeyer, Kaiserslautern, Germany 300 approx[8]
9 July 2011 Norway def. Germany 32–28 Rugby League European Shield Bislett Stadion, Oslo, Norway Not known[9]
22 April 2011 Serbia def. Germany 90–6 Friendly International Hochspeyer, Kaiserslautern, Germany Not known[10]
17 July 2010 Germany def. Czech Republic 96–0 Rugby League European Shield, West Division Hochspeyer, Kaiserslautern, Germany 350 approx[11]
3 July 2010 Serbia def. Germany 40–14 Rugby League European Shield, West Division FC Radnicki, Belgrade, Serbia Not known[12]
18 July 2009 Italy def. Germany 42–30 Rugby League European Shield Heurth Stadion, Cologne, Germany Not known[13]
4 July 2009 Czech Republic def. Germany 30–4 Rugby League European Shield Lokomotiva Olomouc, Olomouc, Czech Republic Not known[14]
3 August 2008 Germany def. Czech Republic 62–20 Rugby League European Shield Karlsruhe, Germany Not known[15]
13 June 2008 Italy def. Germany 58–26 Rugby League European Shield Stadio Communale del Plebiscito, Padova, Italy Not known[16]
4 August 2007 Germany def. Czech Republic 44–22 Rugby League European Shield Slavia Prague, Prague, Czech Republic Not known[17]
7 July 2007 Serbia def. Germany 38–6 Rugby League European Shield Heidelberg, Germany Not known[18]
22 July 2006 Germany def. Estonia 38–24 Rugby League European Shield Viimsi Stadium, Tallinn 528
25 June 2006 Germany def. Austria 34–32 Rugby League European Shield Nonner Stadion, Bad Reichenhall 358

See also[edit]

Rugby league in Germany

References[edit]

External links[edit]