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Mats Hummels
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Personal information
Full name Mats Julian Hummels
Date of birth 16 December 1988 (1988-12-16) (age 31)
Place of birth    Bergisch Gladbach, Germany West Germany
Height 1.92 m (6 ft 3+12 in)
Playing position Centre back
Club information
Current club Germany Borussia Dortmund
Number 15
Youth clubs
1995–2006 Germany Bayern Munich
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
2006–2007
2007–2009
2008–2009
2009–2016
2016–2019
2019–
Germany Bayern Munich II
Germany Bayern Munich
GermanyBorussia Dortmund (loan)
Germany Borussia Dortmund
Germany Bayern Munich
Germany Borussia Dortmund
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025 00(1)
200 0(18)
074 00(3)
017 00(0)   
National team
2007
2007–2010
2010–
Germany Germany U20
Germany Germany U21
Germany Germany
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021 00(5)
070 00(5)

Mats Julian Hummels (born 16 December 1988) is a German professional footballer who plays as a central defender for Borussia Dortmund and the German national team.

Hummels was born in the city of Bergisch Gladbach, about 15 km from Cologne. With his family, he moved to Munich at the age of 6, after his father, Hermann took up the position of youth coordinator at Bayern Munich. There, he joined his dad's team, began playing at Bayern youth team. Hummels was granted no favouritism, despite his dad working with him. On 19 December 2006, he signed his first professional contract with Bayern. He made his professional debut with the first team on 19 May 2007 in Bayern's last league season match against Mainz 05.

On January 2008, Hummels was loaned out to Borussia Dortmund for 18 months. Later, he signed a permanent deal for a fee of €4 million. His debut for the team came on 16 February in a league match against Energie Cottbus, where Borussia Dortmund won 2–0. During his first full season, he quickly established himself as first-choice, as he often partnered newly signed Neven Subotić. With Die Borussen, he won two consecutive league titles in the 2010–11 and 2011–12 season, as well as reaching the final of Champions League, finishing as runners-up after defeat against rivals and Hummels's former team, Bayern Munich.

Hummels returned to Bayern in 2016, signing a five-year contract. He spent three seasons in Munich, making 118 appearances in all competitions and winning Bundesliga titles in all three seasons, a DFB-Pokal title and three DFL-Supercup titles. On 19 June 2019, he rejoined for his former club, Borussia Dortmund, signing a three-year deal for a fee of €37 million.

Hummels was a youth international for Germany. In 2009, Hummels was selected for the under-21 team to play in the 2009 UEFA European Under-21 Championship and was pivotal in his team’s victory in the final against England with a score of 4–0. Hummels's senior team debut came in a friendly against Malta on 13 May 2010 in Aachen. Since then, he represented Germany at UEFA Euro 2012, 2014 FIFA World Cup, UEFA Euro 2016 and 2018 FIFA World Cup. With Germany, he won the FIFA World Cup in 2014, in which he scored two goals for the team.

Honours

Clubs

Borussia Dortmund
Bayern Munich

International

Germany

Individual

External links

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Borussia Dortmund squad - 2020–21

1 Bürki · 2 Zagadou · 5 Hakimi · 6 Delaney · 7 Sancho · 8 Dahoud · 10 Götze · 11 Reus (c) · 13 Guerreiro · 14 Schulz · 15 Hummels · 16 Akanji · 17 Haaland · 18 Balerdi · 19 Brandt · 22 Morey · 23 Hazard · 25 Unbehaun · 26 Piszczek · 28 Witsel · 29 Schmelzer · 32 Reyna · 35 Hitz · 37 Raschl · 40 Oelschlägel ·

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Germany – UEFA Euro 2012 semi-finalists

1. Neuer 2. Gündoğan 3. Schmelzer 4. Höwedes 5. Hummels 6. Khedira 7. Schweinsteiger 8. Özil 9. Schürrle 10. Podolski 11. Klose 12. Wiese 13. Müller 14. Badstuber 15. L. Bender 16. Lahm 17. Mertesacker 18. Kroos 19. Götze 20. Boateng 21. Reus 22. Zieler 23. Gómez

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Germany – 2014 FIFA World Cup – Winner

1. Neuer 2. Großkreutz 3. Ginter 4. Höwedes 5. Hummels 6. Khedira 7. Schweinsteiger 8. Özil 9. Schürrle 10. Podolski 11. Klose 12. Zieler 13. Müller 14. Draxler 15. Durm 16. Lahm (c) 17. Mertesacker 18. Kroos 19. Götze 20. Boateng 21. Mustafi 22. Weidenfeller 23. Kramer

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Germany – UEFA Euro 2016 – Semi-finalists

1. Neuer 2. Mustafi 3. Hector 4. Höwedes 5. Hummels 6. Khedira 7. Schweinsteiger 8. Özil 9. Schürrle 10. Podolski 11. Draxler 12. Leno 13. Müller 14. Can 15. Weigl 16. Rüdiger 17. Boateng 18. Kroos 19. Götze 20. Sané 21. Kimmich 22. Ter Stegen 23. Gómez

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Germany – 2018 FIFA World Cup – Group stage

1. Neuer (c) 2. Plattenhardt 3. Hector 4. Ginter 5. Hummels 6. Khedira 7. Draxler 8. Kroos 9. Werner 10. Özil 11. Reus 12. Trapp 13. Müller 14. Goretzka 15. Süle 16. Rüdiger 17. Boateng 18. Kimmich 19. Rudy 20. Brandt 21. Gündoğan 22. Ter Stegen 23. Gómez

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