Jürgen Klinsmann born on 30.07.1964 in Göppingen (Baden-Württemberg) is considered one of the most successful German football players. After the end of his time as an active player, he begins a successful career as a coach. Highlight was the third place for the German national team at the home World Cup 2006.
He begins his professional career with the Stuttgarter Kickers, in 1984 he moves to local rivals VfB Stuttgart. From 1987 to 1998 he played 108 times in the German national team, culminating in winning the 1990 World Cup in Italy. In 1989 he moved on to Inter Milan, later to AS Monaco and the Tottenham Hotspurs. With FC Bayern Munich he won the German champion and the UEFA Cup in 1997. In 1998 he ended his career as a player.
He followed Rudi Völler as German national coach. After his resignation in 2006, he starts working as coach with FC Bayern Munich and the national team of the USA (2011–2016). After working as a football expert for German television station RTL, he became new head coach of German football team Hertha BSC Berlin in November 2019.