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Eintracht Frankfurt
Eintracht Frankfurt Logo.svg
Full name Eintracht Frankfurt e. V.
Nickname(s) Die Adler - The Eagles
SGE - Sportgemeinde Eintracht)
Launische Diva (vom Main) - Moody diva (from Main)
Founded 8 March 1899
Ground Deutsche Bank Park,
Frankfurt am Main
Ground Capacity 51,500
Chairman Peter Fischer
Manager Adi Hütter
League 1. Bundesliga
2019–20 1. Bundesliga, 9th
Third colours

Eintracht Frankfurt is a German sports club from Frankfurt am Main, best known for the football section.

The club plays in the Bundesliga. They have won the German Championship once and German Cup (DFB-Pokal) 5 times (last time in 2018) and the UEFA Cup once.

They were founded in 1899. The team colours are red, black and white. They play at Deutsche Bank Park (former Waldstadion). The current captain of the side is defender David Abraham from Argentina. The coach of Eintracht Frankfurt is Adi Hütter.

Eintracht has also 18 other sections such as athletics, basketball and ice hockey.

The players in the season 2020–21

Goalkeepers:

  • 01 – Germany Kevin Trapp
  • 29 – Germany Felix Wiedwald
  • 32 – Denmark Frederik Rønnow

Defenders:

  • 02 – France Evan N'Dicka
  • 13 – Austria Martin Hinteregger
  • 15 – Netherlands Jetro Willems
  • 16 – Netherlands Jetro Willems
  • 18 – France Almamy Touré
  • 19 – Argentina David Abraham Captain of the team
  • 22 – United States Timothy Chandler
  • 24 – Germany Danny da Costa
  • 25 – Germany Erik Durm
  • 30 – Germany Fynn Otto
  • 35 – Brazil Tuta
  • 36 – Germany Yannick Brugger
  • 0? – Guinea Simon Falette

Midfielders:

  • 03 – Austria Stefan Ilsanker
  • 08 – Switzerland Djibril Sow
  • 10 – Serbia Filip Kostić
  • 11 – Switzerland Steven Zuber
  • 15 – Japan Daichi Kamada
  • 17 – Germany Sebastian Rode
  • 20 – Japan Makoto Hasebe
  • 26 – Germany Nils Stendera
  • 27 – Germany Aymen Barkok
  • 28 – Germany Dominik Kohr
  • 38 – Austria Lukas Fahrnberger
  • 42 – Bosnia and Herzegovina Marijan Ćavar

Strikers:

  • 09 – Netherlands Bas Dost
  • 21 – Germany Ragnar Ache
  • 33 – Portugal André Silva
  • 38 – Angola Jabez Makanda
  • 39 – Portugal Gonçalo Paciência



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