FANDOM


Stub
Player stub
This article about Philipp Lahm is a stub, an article too short to provide more than rudimentary information about a subject.
You can help The Football Wiki by expanding it.
Philipp Lahm
Bayern Munich P. Lahm 002
Personal information
Full name Philipp Lahm
Date of birth 11 November 1983 (1983-11-11) (age 36)
Place of birth    Munich, Germany West Germany
Height 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Playing position Full back / Defensive midfielder
Youth clubs
1989–1995
1995-2001
Germany FT Gern München
Germany Bayern Munich
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
2001–2003
2002–2017
2003–2005
Germany Bayern Munich II
Germany Bayern Munich
GermanyVfB Stuttgart (loan)
063 00(3)
332 0(12)
053 00(2)   
National team
2004–2014 Germany Germany 113 00(5)

Philipp Lahm (born 11 November 1983) is a German former professional footballer who played as a full back or defensive midfielder. He was the captain of Bayern Munich, having skippered them to numerous honours including the 2013 UEFA Champions League as part of the Treble, and he is also a former captain of his national team where he led them to the 2014 FIFA World Cup before retiring from international football.

Lahm is considered by many to be the best full back of his generation, and was included in the World Cup team of the tournament in 2006 and 2010, the UEFA Team of the Tournament in 2008 and 2012 and in the UEFA Team of the Year 2006, 2008, 2012 and 2013. Although Lahm is right-footed, he is able to play on both sides of the pitch. He often cuts from the flank to the inside of the pitch to either shoot or pass. He is renowned for his pace, dribbling and precise tackling abilities as well as his small stature, giving him the nickname the "Magic Dwarf".

Honours

Clubs

Bayern Munich

National team

Individual

External links

Bayern Logo 001
Bayern München squad - 2019-20

1 Neuer (c) · 4 Süle · 5 Pavard · 6 Thiago · 8 Martínez · 9 Lewandowski · 10 Coutinho · 11 Cuisance · 14 Perišić · 15 Arp · 17 Boateng · 18 Goretzka · 19 Davies · 21 Hernandez · 22 Gnabry · 24 Tolisso · 25 Müller · 26 Ulreich · 27 Alaba · 28 Singh · 29 Coman · 32 Kimmich · 33 Mai · 36 Früchtl · 39 Hoffmann · 42 Wriedt ·

Germany crest
Germany Germany
DFBEagle.svg
FIFA World Cup winning captain

1930: Nasazzi · 1934: Combi · 1938: Meazza · 1950: Varela · 1954: Walter · 1958: Bellini · 1962: Mauro · 1966: Moore · 1970: C. Alberto · 1974: Beckenbauer · 1978: Passarella · 1982: Zoff · 1986: Maradona · 1990: Matthäus · 1994: Dunga · 1998: Deschamps · 2002: Cafu · 2006: Cannavaro · 2010: Casillas · 2014: Lahm · 2018: Lloris ·

Germany crest
Germany – UEFA Euro 2004 semi-finalists

1. Kahn 2. Hinkel 3. Friedrich 4. Wörns 5. Nowotny 6. Baumann 7. Schweinsteiger 8. Hamann 9. Bobic 10. Kurányi 11. Klose 12. Lehmann 13. Ballack 14. Brdarić 15. Kehl 16. Jeremies 17. Ziege 18. Ernst 19. Schneider 20. Podolski 21. Lahm 22. Frings 23. Hildebrand

Germany crest
Germany – 2006 FIFA World Cup - Third place



Germany crest
Germany – UEFA Euro 2008 - Runners-up

1. Lehmann 2. Jansen 3. Friedrich 4. Fritz 5. Westermann 6. Rolfes 7. Schweinsteiger 8. Frings 9. Gómez 10. Neuville 11. Klose 12. Enke 13. Ballack (c) 14. Trochowski 15. Hitzlsperger 16. Lahm 17. Mertesacker 18. Borowski 19. Odonkor 20. Podolski 21. Metzelder 22. Kurányi 23. Adler

Germany crest
Germany – 2010 FIFA World Cup - Third place

1. Neuer 2. Jansen 3. Friedrich 4. Aogo 5. Tasci 6. Khedira 7. Schweinsteiger 8. Özil 9. Kießling 10. Podolski 11. Klose 12. Wiese 13. Müller 14. Badstuber 15. Trochowski 16. Lahm 17. Mertesacker 18. Kroos 19. Cacau 20. Boateng 21. Marin 22. Butt 23. Gómez

Germany crest
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

Germany crest
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

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.