The Germany Olympic football team represents Germany in international football competitions in Olympic Games. It has been active since 1908, and first competed in 1912. Olympic football was originally an amateur sport, and as the pre-World War II German national team was also amateur, it was able to send a full national team to the games. After the war, Germany was divided, but until 1964 East and West competed together as the United Team of Germany. From 1968 West Germany began to compete on its own, but were still forced to send an amateur team, who were not able to match the success of their professional counterparts in the World Cup and European Championship. The rules on amateurism were relaxed in the 1980s, which allowed West Germany some success, notably a bronze medal finish in 198

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  • Die deutsche Fußballolympiamannschaft ist eine Auswahlvertretung des Deutschen Fußball-Bundes (DFB), die dreimal an Fußballturnieren der Olympischen Spiele teilnahm. Vor 1984 wurde Deutschland durch die deutsche Fußballnationalmannschaft der Amateure bei Olympischen Spielen vertreten. 1984 und 1988 waren alle Spieler, die noch nie bei einer Weltmeisterschaft spielten, spielberechtigt. Danach ersetzte die U-21-Europameisterschaft die Qualifikation. Weil die deutsche U-21-Nationalmannschaft bei der U-21-Europameisterschaft 2015 das Halbfinale erreicht hat, nahm die deutsche Fußballolympiamannschaft an den Olympischen Spielen 2016 teil. Seit 1992 dürfen bis zu drei Spieler der Olympiamannschaft über 23 Jahre alt sein. (de)
  • La Selección de fútbol sub-23 de Alemania es el equipo que representa al país en fútbol en los Juegos Olímpicos, así como en la Eurocopa Sub-21; y es controlado por la Federación Alemana de Fútbol. (es)
  • Drapeau : Allemagne Équipe d'Allemagne olympiqueFichier:Germany coat arms red.svg Rencontres officielles historiques Premier match Autriche Drapeau de l'Autriche-Hongrie 5 - 1 Allemagne (29 juin 1912) Plus large victoire Allemagne 16 - 0 Drapeau de la Russie Russie(1er juillet 1912) Plus large défaite Autriche Drapeau de l'Autriche-Hongrie 5 - 1 Allemagne (29 juin 1912) Palmarès Jeux olympiques médaille d'argent, Jeux olympiques Médaille d'argent en 2016médaille de bronze, Jeux olympiques Médaille de bronze en 1964 et 1988 Maillots L'équipe d'Allemagne olympique de football représente l'Allemagne dans les compétitions de football liées aux Jeux olympiques d'été, où sont conviés les joueurs de moins de 23 ans. (fr)
  • La Nazionale olimpica della Germania di calcio è la rappresentativa calcistica della Germania che rappresenta l'omonimo stato ai Giochi olimpici. (it)
  • A Seleção Alemã de Futebol Sub-23, também conhecida por Alemanha Sub-23, é a seleção alemã de futebol formada por jogadores com idade inferior a 23 anos. Desde que o torneio olímpico de futebol passou a ser disputado por atletas com até 23 anos em 1992, os alemães se classificaram uma vez: em 2016, chegando a fase final. (pt)
  • The Germany Olympic football team represents Germany in international football competitions in Olympic Games. It has been active since 1908, and first competed in 1912. Olympic football was originally an amateur sport, and as the pre-World War II German national team was also amateur, it was able to send a full national team to the games. After the war, Germany was divided, but until 1964 East and West competed together as the United Team of Germany. From 1968 West Germany began to compete on its own, but were still forced to send an amateur team, who were not able to match the success of their professional counterparts in the World Cup and European Championship. The rules on amateurism were relaxed in the 1980s, which allowed West Germany some success, notably a bronze medal finish in 1988. Since 1992 the tournament has been competed by under-23 teams, making Germany's Olympic qualification dependent on the results of the under-21 team. Only in 2016 the Germans returned to the Olympic stage, with a silver medal after losing on a penalty shoot-out to hosts Brazil. Reunified Germany is now the only World Cup champion without the Olympic gold. (en)
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  • Die deutsche Fußballolympiamannschaft ist eine Auswahlvertretung des Deutschen Fußball-Bundes (DFB), die dreimal an Fußballturnieren der Olympischen Spiele teilnahm. Vor 1984 wurde Deutschland durch die deutsche Fußballnationalmannschaft der Amateure bei Olympischen Spielen vertreten. 1984 und 1988 waren alle Spieler, die noch nie bei einer Weltmeisterschaft spielten, spielberechtigt. Danach ersetzte die U-21-Europameisterschaft die Qualifikation. Weil die deutsche U-21-Nationalmannschaft bei der U-21-Europameisterschaft 2015 das Halbfinale erreicht hat, nahm die deutsche Fußballolympiamannschaft an den Olympischen Spielen 2016 teil. Seit 1992 dürfen bis zu drei Spieler der Olympiamannschaft über 23 Jahre alt sein. (de)
  • La Selección de fútbol sub-23 de Alemania es el equipo que representa al país en fútbol en los Juegos Olímpicos, así como en la Eurocopa Sub-21; y es controlado por la Federación Alemana de Fútbol. (es)
  • La Nazionale olimpica della Germania di calcio è la rappresentativa calcistica della Germania che rappresenta l'omonimo stato ai Giochi olimpici. (it)
  • A Seleção Alemã de Futebol Sub-23, também conhecida por Alemanha Sub-23, é a seleção alemã de futebol formada por jogadores com idade inferior a 23 anos. Desde que o torneio olímpico de futebol passou a ser disputado por atletas com até 23 anos em 1992, os alemães se classificaram uma vez: em 2016, chegando a fase final. (pt)
  • Drapeau : Allemagne Équipe d'Allemagne olympiqueFichier:Germany coat arms red.svg Rencontres officielles historiques Premier match Autriche Drapeau de l'Autriche-Hongrie 5 - 1 Allemagne (29 juin 1912) Plus large victoire Allemagne 16 - 0 Drapeau de la Russie Russie(1er juillet 1912) Plus large défaite Autriche Drapeau de l'Autriche-Hongrie 5 - 1 Allemagne (29 juin 1912) Palmarès Jeux olympiques médaille d'argent, Jeux olympiques Médaille d'argent en 2016médaille de bronze, Jeux olympiques Médaille de bronze en 1964 et 1988 Maillots (fr)
  • The Germany Olympic football team represents Germany in international football competitions in Olympic Games. It has been active since 1908, and first competed in 1912. Olympic football was originally an amateur sport, and as the pre-World War II German national team was also amateur, it was able to send a full national team to the games. After the war, Germany was divided, but until 1964 East and West competed together as the United Team of Germany. From 1968 West Germany began to compete on its own, but were still forced to send an amateur team, who were not able to match the success of their professional counterparts in the World Cup and European Championship. The rules on amateurism were relaxed in the 1980s, which allowed West Germany some success, notably a bronze medal finish in 198 (en)
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