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List of Germany national rugby union players

List of Germany national rugby union players is a list of people who have played for the Germany national rugby union team. The list only includes players who have played in a Test match.

Note that the "position" column lists the position at which the player made his Test debut, not necessarily the position for which he is best known. A position in parentheses indicates that the player debuted as a substitute.

Unofficial: Pre-1927

At the 1900 Summer Olympics, Germany was represented by SC 1880 Frankfurt, with the following players being called up:[1]

Germany's International Rugby Capped Players
Number Name Position Date first cap obtained Opposition
00011 AmrheinAlbert Amrhein no. 8 1900-10-14 v France XV at Paris
00022 BettingHugo Betting fly-half 1900-10-14 v France XV at Paris
00033 HermannJacob Herrmann centre 1900-10-14 v France XV at Paris
00044 HofmeisterWilly Hofmeister lock 1900-10-14 v France XV at Paris
00055 KreuzerHermann Kreuzer fullback 1900-10-14 v France XV at Paris
00066 LandvoigtArnold Landvoigt wing 1900-10-14 v France XV at Paris
00077 LatschaHans Latscha prop 1900-10-14 v France XV at Paris
00088 LudwigErich Ludwig wing 1900-10-14 v France XV at Paris
00099 LudwigRichard Ludwig flanker 1900-10-14 v France XV at Paris
001010 MullerFritz Müller prop 1900-10-14 v France XV at Paris
001111 PoppeEduard Poppe flanker 1900-10-14 v France XV at Paris
001212 ReitzHeinrich Reitz centre 1900-10-14 v France XV at Paris
001313 VinciAugust Schmierer scrum-half 1900-10-14 v France XV at Paris
001414 VinciAdolf Stockhausen hooker 1900-10-14 v France XV at Paris
001515 VinciGeorg Wenderoth lock 1900-10-14 v France XV at Paris

Official: From 1927 onwards

The official German rugby union teams international history begun on 17 April 1927, when it played France in Paris and lost 5-30. The following players were called up for Germany since:[1]

Germany's International Rugby Capped Players
Number Name Position Date first cap obtained Opposition
ThiesiesErwin Thiesies 1934
KemmlingHorst Kemmling 1976
KuhlmannMark Kuhlmann
MichauFriedrich Michau
ChauleSebastien Chaule wing 2006-11-11 v Moldova at Chisinau
ColyTim Coly hooker 2006-11-11 v Moldova at Chisinau
VinciLars Eckert fly-half 2006-11-11 v Moldova at Chisinau
FaberPierre Faber prop 2006-11-11 v Moldova at Chisinau
FrankeMatthieu Franke fullback 2006-11-11 v Moldova at Chisinau
GrzannaColin Grzanna centre 2006-11-11 v Moldova at Chisinau
GungorMustafa Güngör scrum-half 2006-11-11 v Moldova at Chisinau
HugChristian Hug lock 2006-11-11 v Moldova at Chisinau
KastenTim Kasten flanker 2006-11-11 v Moldova at Chisinau
SchmidtJens Schmidt lock 2006-11-11 v Moldova at Chisinau
ThierSteffen Thier no. 8 2006-11-11 v Moldova at Chisinau
van LookGerrit van Look flanker 2006-11-11 v Moldova at Chisinau
von GrumbkowClemens von Grumbkow centre 2006-11-11 v Moldova at Chisinau
WeselekChristopher Weselek wing 2006-11-11 v Moldova at Chisinau
WidikerAlexander Widiker prop 2006-11-11 v Moldova at Chisinau
BrennerKehoma Brenner (replacement) 2006-11-11 v Moldova at Chisinau [2]
DaviesKieron Davies (replacement) 2006-11-11 v Moldova at Chisinau
WilhelmManuel Wilhelm (replacement) 2006-11-11 v Moldova at Chisinau
DansoBenjamin Danso (replacement) 2006-11-18 v Belgium at Heidelberg
SimmBenjamin Simm (replacement) 2006-11-18 v Belgium at Heidelberg
KrauseBenjamin Krause 2007-02-24 v Wales Development XV at Pontypridd
MoutsingaFranck Moutsinga 2007-02-24 v Wales Development XV at Pontypridd
FischerSascha Fischer 2007-02-24 v Wales Development XV at Pontypridd
MainzerKlaus Mainzer 2007-02-24 v Wales Development XV at Pontypridd
TrochowskiKrystian Trochowski 2007-02-24 v Wales Development XV at Pontypridd
WerleSebastian Werle 2007-02-24 v Wales Development XV at Pontypridd
KerrMichael Kerr 2007-02-24 v Wales Development XV at Pontypridd
ParnhamChristopher Parnham 2007-02-24 v Wales Development XV at Pontypridd
SieberBodo Sieber lock 2007-04-21 v Ukraine at Kiev
TekkalTimur Tekkal flanker 2007-04-21 v Ukraine at Kiev
StrauchMarten Strauch (replacement) 2007-04-21 v Ukraine at Kiev
TrickMarcus Trick (replacement) 2007-04-21 v Ukraine at Kiev
WiedemannThorsten Wiedemann 2007-09-29 v Switzerland at Frankfurt [3]
HugAlexander Hug 2007-09-29 v Switzerland at Frankfurt [3]
WalgerDennis Walger 2007-09-29 v Switzerland at Frankfurt [3]
PyraschRaphael Pyrasch 2007-09-29 v Switzerland at Frankfurt [3]
BaracatChristian Baracat 2007-09-29 v Switzerland at Frankfurt [3]
WachaRolf Wacha 2007-09-29 v Switzerland at Frankfurt [3]
WalgerMarkus Walger wing 2007-11-10 v Belgium at Brussels
WilliamsSteve Williams prop 2007-11-24 v Moldova at Heidelberg [4]
PipaAlexander Pipa no. 8 2008-04-19 v Ukraine at Hanover
TakaendesaEdmoore Takaendesa fullback 2008-04-19 v Ukraine at Hanover
GoityJuan Martin Goity wing 2008-11-08 v Wales Development XV at Berlin [5]
SchwarzUdo Schwarz wing 2008-11-08 v Wales Development XV at Berlin [5]
MohrRobert Mohr no. 8 2008-11-15 v Spain at Madrid
BrierleyBenjamin Brierley wing 2009-02-07 v Georgia at Heidelberg [6]
PoppmeierMichael Poppmeier no. 8 2009-02-07 v Georgia at Heidelberg
TussacDamien Tussac (replacement) 2009-02-07 v Georgia at Heidelberg
LiebigChristopher Liebig (replacement) 2009-02-21 v Portugal at Lisbon
DaviesDomenick Davies fullback 2009-05-02 v Russia at Hanover
EllowayRob Elloway (replacement) 2009-05-02 v Russia at Hanover
HoustonJamie Houston hooker 2009-12-12 v Hong Kong at Heidelberg [7]
UlrichBenjamin Ulrich centre 2009-12-12 v Hong Kong at Heidelberg [7]
BuckmanAnjo Buckman (replacement) 2009-12-12 v Hong Kong at Heidelberg [7]
HacklRaphael Hackl (replacement) 2009-12-12 v Hong Kong at Heidelberg [7]
HauckAlexander Hauck (replacement) 2009-12-12 v Hong Kong at Heidelberg [7]
PreussnerDaniel Preussner (replacement) 2009-12-12 v Hong Kong at Heidelberg [7]
SchliwaPatrick Schliwa (replacement) 2009-12-12 v Hong Kong at Heidelberg [7]
SzytynderaMark Sztyndera (replacement) 2009-12-12 v Hong Kong at Heidelberg [7]
DidebashviliShalva Didebashvili flanker 2010-02-06 v Georgia at Tbilisi
FrankeGuillaume Franke fly-half 2010-02-06 v Georgia at Tbilisi
Hinds-JohnsonLukas Hinds-Johnson lock 2010-02-06 v Georgia at Tbilisi
LiebigSteffen Liebig fullback 2010-02-06 v Georgia at Tbilisi
RosenthalLukas Rosenthal no. 8 2010-02-06 v Georgia at Tbilisi
MetzAlexander Metz flanker 2010-02-13 v Romania at Constanta [8]
HeimpelFabian Heimpel fly-half 2010-02-27 v Portugal at Heusenstamm [9]
PagnonGilles Pagnon centre 2010-03-13 v Russia at Sochi [10]
KeinhorstJames Keinhorst wing 2010-11-20 v Poland at Frankfurt
ZeilerArthur Zeiler prop 2010-11-20 v Poland at Frankfurt
MenzelTim Menzel (replacement) 2010-11-20 v Poland at Frankfurt
WetzelSven Wetzel (replacement) 2010-11-20 v Poland at Frankfurt
HendersonSam Henderson flanker 2010-11-27 v Netherlands at Amsterdam
KanningNico Kanning (replacement) 2010-11-27 v Netherlands at Amsterdam
HimmerBastian Himmer wing 2010-12-11 v Hong Kong at Heidelberg
LäppleJannis Läpple (replacement) 2010-12-11 v Hong Kong at Heidelberg
ArmitageDaniel Armitage lock 2011-03-12 v Czech Republic at Heidelberg
JordaanPieter Jordaan centre 2011-03-19 v Belgium at Brussels
ValetteGilles Valette hooker 2011-04-02 v Moldova at Chişinău
BayerFelix Bayer prop 2011-04-02 v Moldova at Chişinău

Notes

  • Scrum.com, the main source for this list, lists Germany games from the Moldova game in November 2006 onwards and ignores all debuts made before that date. Players not individually referenced may have had their debuts before November 2006.

References

External links

  • (German) Deutscher Rugby-Verband - Official Site
  • (German) TotalRugby.de German rugby website with news and results
  • Germany at RugbyData.com Statistics and results
  • Rugby International News - Germany
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