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Thomas Dähne

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Thomas Dähne
FC Liefering ver SKN St. Pölten 33.JPG

Thomas Dähne (2014)
Personalia
Birthday 4. January 1994
Birthplace Oberaudorf, Germany
Size 193 cm
Position Goalkeeper
Juniors
Years Station
FV Oberaudorf
TSV 1860 Rosenheim
2007–2010 FC Red Bull Salzburg
Men
Years Station Games (goals)1
2010–2012 Red Bull Juniors 8 (0)
2012–2014 FC Red Bull Salzburg 1 (0)
2012–2014 FC Liefering (farm team) 53 (0)
2014–2015 RB Leipzig 0 (0)
2014–2015 RB Leipzig II 12 (0)
2015–2017 HJK Helsinki 56 (0)
2018–2020 Wisła Płock 71 (0)
2020– Holstein Kiel 2 (0)
National team
Years Selection Games (goals)2
2009 Germany U-16 2 (0)
2010–2011 Germany U-17 3 (0)
2011–2012 Germany U-18[1] 4 (0)
2012 Germany U-19[1] 3 (0)
2013–2014 Germany U-20[1] 4 (0)
1 Only league games are shown.
Status: December 30, 2020

2 Status: 18 December 2020

Thomas Dähne (* 4 January 1994 in Oberaudorf) is a German football goalkeeper. He has been under contract with Holstein Kiel since July 2020.

Career

Associations

Dähne started playing football at FV Oberaudorf, where Bastian Schweinsteiger, among others, also began his career. He then moved to the youth section of TSV 1860 Rosenheim before moving to Austria to join FC Red Bull Salzburg in 2007. There he played in all youth teams until 2010, before he was called up to the second team, the Red Bull Juniors.
After two seasons with the Juniors, he was promoted to third goalkeeper of the first team in the summer of 2012 and at the same time was the number one in the box of FC Liefering, the satellite club of the Mozartstädter, as a cooperation player. With FC Liefering he became champion of the Regionalliga West.

On 26 May 2013, due to injuries to Alexander Walke and Eddie Gustafsson, he made his debut in the Bundesliga for FC Red Bull Salzburg. In the last championship match he was on the pitch for the full distance against the newly crowned champions FK Austria Wien. The match was won 3:0.

Dähne moved to RB Leipzig for the 2014/15 season. After only one season, however, he left Leipzig again without having played a single game for the first team.

From 2015 to 2017, Dähne played for Finnish first division club HJK Helsinki in the Veikkausliiga. From January 2018, he spent two and a half years under contract with Polish first division side Wisła Płock in the Ekstraklasa. In the summer of 2020, he returned to Germany and joined second-division club Holstein Kiel.

National team

Internationally, he has played for the German U-16, U-17, U-18, U-19 and U-20 national teams and also took part in the 2011 U-17 World Cup in Mexico, but did not make an appearance as a substitute goalkeeper as Germany finished third. He made his first appearance for a German junior side, for the German U-16s against Austria on 16 August 2009 at Rheinpark Stadion Vaduz in Liechtenstein. The match, against, among others, later internationals such as Marcel Sabitzer, was won 6-2. He was selected for the U-20 national team for the first time in a
“International Match Round” (with Italy, Poland and Switzerland). He came on for Patrick Rakovsky at second half in the 2-0 win over Poland in Pfullendorf.

Successes

  • Austrian Champion 2014
  • Austrian Cup Winner: 2014
  • Champion of the Regionalliga West: 2013
  • Finnish Champion: 2017
  • Finnish Cup Winner: 2017

Trivia

Dähne has been an honorary member of the German-speaking football club FC Germania Helsinki in Finland since 2017.[2][3]

Web links

Commons: Thomas Dähne– Collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual references

  1. a b c DFB.de: U-18-,
    U-19, U-20 national player Dähne
  2. Marco Nehmer:Germania Helsinki plans to visit its honorary member soon, Kieler Nachrichten. 20 August 2020, p. 18. Retrieved 21 November 2020. “Dähne is an honorary member of the club, was present at the founding meeting in 2017.”
  3. René Schwarz:FC Germania Helsinki – more than just a football club(en, html) finntouch.de. 7 September 2018. archived on Original 1 October 2020. Retrieved 22 December 2020: “There they were even approached by the then German HJK goalkeeper Thomas Dähne, who from then on attended the games of the “Germanians” a few times and was even present at the club’s foundation.”