German All-Stars to visit Bangkok (27/10/2011)

From 3rd to 7th November the so called "DFB-Traditionsmannschaft" is going to visit Bangkok. It is a selection of former German national players, who as highlight of their visit, take on a Thai selection on 6 November 2011. Everything under the theme "Clash of the Legends".

The tour will be kicked off with a press conference on 3 November followed by a dinner at the Old German Beerhouse. As guests of honor the German ambassador and representative from the Thai FA will be present. On the following day, Olaf Marschall, Michael Schulz and Matthias Herget are to hold a training for children next to the Rajamanagala stadium. The tours highlight will be the match against a Thai All-star team on 6 November at Chulalongkorn stadium. Kick off 16:00. Tickets are already on sale, and available via Thai Ticket Major in two categories. 150 Baht (opposite stand) and 300 Baht main stand. In addition your are able to purchase VIP tickets, including a Meet & Greet with the stars of both teams after the game, are 1.500 Baht and can be purchased at the Old German Beerhouse, Sukhumvit Soi 11.

The "Clash of the Legends" is not just meeting of old heroes. It is also a Charity event, which explains the slightly high ticket fees. Towards us, organiser Asia Sportmarketing confirmed that the money will be donated, and it will not be less.

Surely the list of the DFB All-stars lacking of big name players from recent years, nevertheless there should be something for everyone. For the time being following players are confirmed: Dieter Burdenski (Werder Bremen), Matthias Herget (Bayer 05 Uerdingen), Guido Buchwald (VfB Stuttgart), Manni Kaltz (Hamburger SV), Olaf Marschall (Lok Leipzig), Dieter Eilts (Werder Bremen), Jens Nowotny (Bayer Leverkusen), Thomas von Heesen (Hamburger SV), Andi Reinke (1. FC Kaiserslautern), Roy Präger VfL Wolfsburg), Thobias Rau, Michael Schulz (Borussia Dortmund), Günter Hermann (Werder Bremen), Marco Rehmer (Hertha BSC) and Ulf Kirsten (Bayer Leverkusen).

Although the Thai All-Stars don't have a World Cup champion in their ranks, they can call cup Thai legend Kiatisuk Senamuang, 2-time AFC Champions League winner Worrawoot Srimaka and the only still active player Therdsak Chaiman from Chonburi FC.

All comfirmed All-Stars at a glance: Somrit Ornsomjit, Kosinkar Ong-Arj, Worrawoot Srimaka, Kiatisuk Senamuang, Therdsak Chaiman, Tawan Sripan, Thawatchai Damrong-Ongtrakul, Dusit Chalermsaen, Kritsada Piandit, Chukiat Noosarung, Choktawee Promrut, Surachai Jirasirichote, Prasert Changmul, Sirisak Yodyarthai, Rungpetch Charoenwong, Songkram Chaimongkol, Kovid Foythong, Pattanapong Sripramote, Sarawut Kambua and Kittisak Rawangpa.

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