Hansi Flick will lead Germany to Euro 2024 despite being in charge of an embarrassing exit from the group stage at the World Cup.
The DFB have confirmed that they will keep the former Bayern Munich manager, despite the fact that the Germans were unable to get past a group that included Spain, Japan and Costa Rica in Qatar.
It was the second consecutive World Cup in which they failed to reach the round of 16.
Flick, who replaced Joachim Low in 2021, received the good news after talks with DFB President Bernd Neuendorf and Vice President Hans-Joachim Watzke on Wednesday.
The endorsement means that he will remain in charge of the European Championship that is played at home in 18 months’ time.
Flick told the DFB website: “My coaching staff and I are optimistic about the European Championship in our own country.
“As a team, we can achieve much more than what we showed in Qatar. We lost a great opportunity there. We will learn our lessons from that.
“I have faith in the joint path agreed today with Bernd Neuendorf and Aki Watzke. We all want all of Germany to unite again behind the national team at the home European Championship in 2024.”
Neuendorf, who fired manager Oliver Bierhoff earlier this week, added: “We are all convinced that Euro 2024 in our own country represents a great opportunity for football in Germany.
“Our goal is to make this tournament a sporting success. We have full confidence in Hansi Flick who will master this challenge together with his team.
“With regard to Oliver Bierhoff’s successor, we have agreed that we will first discuss the future structure of this area of responsibility within the DFB and then make a personnel decision.”
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