Germany World Games 2022 Short List

Germany getting closer to the final 14!

Germany Mixed at EUC 2019. Photo by Focus Ultimate.

After announcing their full slate of tryouts earlier this year and hosting tryouts, Germany have made cuts for their World Games squad. The World Games will be held in July next year and features the top eight countries based on 2016 WUGC performance across all three divisions. Each team has a roster limit of seven man-matching players and seven woman-matching players. More cuts will be made at later tryouts.

Woman-Matching Players

NameClub
Anna GernerjinX
Caroline TissonjinX
Charlotte SchallHeidelbärchen
Frederike WagenerjinX
Katharina SchulzejinX
Kyoko HosokawaFeldrenner
Lena TrautmannColorado
Levke WalczakEndzonis/Freespeed/Revolution
Linnea SeibertSüdsee
Nici PrienjinX
Saskia BeeckWoodchicas
Saskia NeubertFunatics
Simona LieberthjinX
Svenja PrunsSeagulls
Vera ForschjinX

Man-Matching Players

NameClub
Conrad SchlörWall City/PoNY
Deniz HolzerMUC
Florian BöhlerBad Skid
Holger BeuttenmülllerBad Skid
Jonathan SchallBad Skid
Jörg ReinertBad Skid
Julian DatumArs Ludendi
Lasse HoogenHässliche Erdferkel
Marcel HartmannBad Skid
Marvin WaldvogelBad Skid
Nico MüllerBad Skid
Samuel BeutenmüllerBad Skid
Sebastian SpiegelWall City
Steffen DöscherArs Ludendi
Torben HörnschemeyerBORA/CUSB La Fotta

 

  1. Ravi Vasudevan
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    Ravi Vasudevan is Ultiworld's European editor and a host of the podcast EuroZone. Emails about EuroZone should go to eurozoneultimate@gmail.com. Ravi played for WPI in the US until 2008. He has been living and playing in Europe since 2009 and has competed at WUGC 2012, WUCC 2014 and WUCC 2018.

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