Hamburger SV

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Hamburger SV (often shortened to HSV) is a German soccer team currently playing in the Bundesliga. The club was formed from the merger of three different clubs in 1919.[1] The team currently resides in Hamburg, and their colors are blue, white, and black. The current manager is Martin Jol[2] and the current sponsor is Fly Emirates.

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Roster

Goalkeepers

  • 1 Frank Rost
  • 12 Wolfgang Hesl
  • 29 Raphael Wolf
  • 33 Khalis Sinouh

Defenders

  • 2 Alex Silva
  • 3 Timothée Atouba
  • 4 Bastian Reinhardt
  • 5 Joris Mathijsen
  • 7 Marcell Jansen
  • 16 Michael Gravgaard
  • 19 Jérôme Boateng
  • 20 Guy Demel

Midfielders

  • 8 Albert Streit
  • 14 David Jarolím
  • 15 Piotr Trochowski
  • 18 Romeo Castelen
  • 21 Jonathan Pitroipa
  • 24 Marcel Ndjeng
  • 25 Tomás Rincón
  • 28 Mickaël Tavares
  • 30 Collin Benjamin
  • 31 Timo Kunert
  • 40 Dennis Aogo

Strikers

  • 9 José Paolo Guerrero
  • 10 Mladen Petrić
  • 11 Ivica Olić
  • 17 Macauley Chrisantus
  • 22 Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting
  • 35 Tunay Torin

Notable Former Players


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