Hansi Flick will remain as Germany coach despite the four-time World Cup winners exiting this yr’s event within the group levels.
He will remain in command of the nation till no less than Euro 2024 in Germany, on the finish of his current contract.
Flick solely took cost of the nationwide crew final yr, on the again of main Bayern Munich to the Champions League and two Bundesliga titles in as a few years.
He succeeded Joachim Low, who led Germany to the World Cup in 2014, earlier than a shock group-stage exit in 2018 and a last-16 defeat by England at Euro 2020 final yr.
Under Flick, they have been unable to attain the knockouts for a second straight World Cup thanks largely to a 2-1 defeat by Japan, with a draw in opposition to Spain and victory over Costa Rica inadequate to ship them via.
Flick attended a gathering with German FA president Bernd Neuendorf and vice-president Hans-Joachim Watzke on Wednesday, after which they stated the federation had “full confidence” within the manager to lead them via to the subsequent event.
“We as a team can achieve much more than we showed in Qatar,” Flick stated in a press release. “We missed a big opportunity there. We’ll learn our lessons from it.”
Flick stated he was optimistic about Euro 2024 and that he has confidence within the path Neuendorf and Watzke agreed to.
“We want all of Germany to rally behind the national team again at the 2024 European Championship at home,” stated Flick, who confronted criticism for his crew choice and ways in opposition to group rivals Japan, Spain and Costa Rica in Qatar.
Germany are already in search of a substitute for Oliver Bierhoff, who resigned from his function as managing director of the nation’s senior and youth groups earlier this week.