Joachim "Jogi" Löw has been head coach of the German national soccer team since 2006.
Löw, born in 1960, played attacking midfield for Bundesliga sides Stuttgart and Freiburg in the 1980s. His coaching career took off with Stuttgart, he began his stint with the German national team as Jürgen Klinsmann's assistant coach prior to the 2006 World Cup. Once Klinsmann stepped down, after the tournament in Germany, Löw took the reins. In 2014, after three failed attempts at major tournaments, he claimed Germany's fourth World Cup title. If "Joachim Löw" is in the keywords - be it from our articles, picture galleries, or videos - they you'll find the content on this page.
What a summer it has been for German football. But we shouldn't be surprised - this is the result of years of impressive work off the pitch. And it certainly isn't a second-string national team, writes DW's Ross Dunbar.
Germany are set to face Mexico in the second semifinal of the Confederations Cup and national team coach Joachim Löw is not lacking confidence. The winner of Thursday's contest will go on to face Chile in Sunday's final.
Germany's World Cup qualifier against San Marino on Saturday will be their last game before they fly to Russia for the Confederations Cup. They're heavy favorites, but Joachim Löw doesn't expect to break any records.
Joachim Löw has been dealt an early blow to preparations for the World Cup warmup in Russia. Leroy Sané, who made a big-money move to the Premier League from Schalke last season, had been a big part of Germany's plans.