Germany Youth redirects here. For the U-16 team, see Germany Jr. Youth. For the U-21 team, see U-21 Germany. For the Olympic team, see Olympic Germany.
Germany Youth (ドイツユース, doitsu yūsu) is a team who participated in the World Youth tournament held in Japan. They were the previous rivals of Japan Golden Age, and competed greatly until the semifinals round where they were defeated by Brazil Youth. It is led by team captain Karl Heinz Schneider.
- Home: White shirt with black V-neck collar with red and gold lines, black-red-gold chevrons (V) on the sleeves, the German national insignia, black shorts and white socks with three black stripes on top. This color scheme is based on the color scheme worn by Germany in the UEFA Euro 1992.
- Keeper: Red and yellow shirt with black grid pattern, black shoulders and black round collar, the german national insignia, black shorts and same socks as the other players. This color scheme resembles the one worn by Germany in the 1994 FIFA World Cup.
- Home: White shirt with black mandarin collar with red and gold accents, three black stripes on the sleeves, ending with black sleeve borders with red and golden lines and the German national insignia on the chest, black shorts with white stripes and white socks with three black stripes on top.
- Keeper: Grey shirt with black round collar and three black stripes on the sleeves and the German national insignia on the chest, black shorts with white stripes and white socks with three black stripes on top.
|Netherlands Youth||LOSS||1 - 3||Friendly Match|
|World Youth Tournament|
|Colombia Youth||WIN||N/A||Group Stage Round 1|
|USA Youth||WIN||N/A||Group Stage Round 2|
|Sweden Youth||LOSS||3 - 5||Group Stage Round 3|
|World Youth Tournament (Final Tournament)|
|Argentina Youth||WIN||3 - 2||Quarter-Final|
|Brazil Youth||LOSS||0 - 5||Semi-Final|
|11||FW||Karl Heinz Schneider|
- Head Coach: Rudi Frank Schneider