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Joachim Low is the World Cup winning manager of Germany. The German memorably led his country to glory in Brazil back in 2014, a feat he will be attempting to repeat at the 2016 European Championships.
Low, who has been in charge of Germany since 2006, also led the Germans to the final of Euro 2008, and third-place at Euro 2012.
Low has also enjoyed success with Stuttgart, winning the DFB Cup, while he finished runner-up in both the German League Cup and UEFA Cup Winners' Cup. Elsewhere, Low won the Austrian Bundesliga with FC Tirol Innsbruck, and the Austrian Supercup with FK Austria Wien.
|Germany||127||85||22||20||66.9||12 Jul 2006 - Present|
|Austria Vienna||32||16||8||8||50||01 Jul 2003 - 24 Mar 2004|
|Wacker Innsbruck||25||11||5||9||44||10 Oct 2001 - 18 Jun 2002|
|Adanaspor||6||0||2||4||0||20 Dec 2000 - 02 Mar 2001|
|Karlsruher||18||1||7||10||5.6||25 Oct 1999 - 17 Apr 2000|
|Fenerbahce||38||24||6||8||63.2||01 Jul 1998 - 30 May 1999|
|Stuttgart||89||46||20||23||51.7||14 Aug 1996 - 21 May 1998|
|Frauenfeld^||--- Unknown ---||01 Jul 1994 - 30 Jun 1995|