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Germany National Team Boot Battle - Adidas & Nike Control, Puma Without Any Players

Germany manager Joachim Low some days days ago announced his squad for their upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, and there were several surprise exclusions from the side. Beside several stars such as Bayern Munich's Jerome Boateng, Manuel Neuer and BVB's Marco Reus that will miss through injury, Joachim Löw also left out Leroy Sane, Shkodran Mustafi and Andre Schürrle.



We take a look at the football boots brands of Germany's players, revealing that Puma has no player of the squad under contract.

All Players Of Germany's Latest Squad Wear Boots From Adidas & Nike Only




Nike makes the cleats for 13 of Germany's 24 players nominated for the 2018 World Cup qualifier matches against Czech and Norway, while Adidas has 11 players under contract.

Interestingly, just as it was the case in last year's Euro, Puma makes the cleats for no Germany national team player (Marco Reus hasn't been called up since more than 12 months because of injuries), while Jonathan Tah (Under Armour) has also not been called up for almost one year now.



Germany's possible Starting XI, however, is dominated by Adidas with 7 seven players (Nike: 4 Players).


Germany Starting XI - Boot Statistics

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