Joachim Löw has extended his contract as head coach of Germany until 2020, it has been announced.
Löw will keep his post until the end of the European Championship. Reinhard Grindel – President of DFB – proclaimed Löw’s contract extension in a press conference in Frankfurt on Monday.
“Developing this team and these players and trying to take them to the highest level is a real joy,” said Löw.
Under Löw’s tenure as head coach of Germany’s National Team, he has recorded an impressive count of 95 wins in 141 games, and memorably, led Germany to winning the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Germany are currently in the process of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, where they will be defending their title. Currently, Germany lead Group C with a 100%-win record, and will play their next qualifying match next month against San Marino.