Jürgen Klinsmann (59), the new coach of the Korean national soccer team, starts his schedule as soon as he arrives in Korea.
Coach Klinsman will arrive at Incheon International Airport on the morning of the 8th. He plans to briefly reveal his impressions through a standing interview at the arrival hall. On the following day, the 9th, he will hold an inaugural press conference at the Paju NFC.
Afterwards, coach Klinsman plans to watch the K-League and get to know domestic players. The Korea Football Association announced on the 7th that it will watch the K-League 1 FC Seoul and Ulsan Hyundai match held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium at 2:00 pm on the 12th. It is a confrontation with a strong team. There are many national team players and star players. Hwang Ui-jo and Na Sang-ho in Seoul, Kim Young-kwon, Jo Hyun-woo, and Kim Tae-hwan in Ulsan also played an active part in the 2022 Qatar World Cup.
On the 27th of last month, Korean football appointed Klinsmann as manager after former manager Paulo Bento. His contract period is about 3 years and 5 months from March to the 2026 World Cup finals in North and Central America. His debut match is a friendly match against Colombia to be held in Ulsan on the 24th.스포츠토토
At the time of his appointment, coach Klinsmann said through the association, “I am very happy and honored to be the coach of the Korean national team. I am well aware that the Korean national team has been constantly developing and producing results over a long period of time. “I feel honored to be following in the footsteps of great coaches who have directed the Korean national team. I will do my best to ensure successful results in the Asian Cup and 2026 World Cup.”
Coach Klinsmann, from Germany, played an active role as a world-class striker as a player. After ending his playing career in 1998, he coached the German national team from 2004 to 2006 and finished third at the 2006 World Cup held in his country. Since 2011, he has been the head coach of the US national team for five years. During this period, he won the 2013 North and Central America Championships and reached the round of 16 at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.