Christian Schulz

Birth date 1 Apr 1983 (32 years)
Nationality Germany Germany
Height 185 cm
Position Defender
Team history
Hannover 96 2007 - present
Werder Bremen 2002 - 2007
Werder Bremen 2001 - 2005

Christian Schulz is a German professional football player who currently features for the German Bundesliga club, Hannover 96 as a left-back.

Christian Schulz commenced his professional club football career at the German club, Werder Bremen in 1995 at an early age of 12, playing for the Regionalliga in 2001-02. He played for them until 2007, scoring 4 goals in 103 league appearances.

On 15 February, 2003, Christian made his Bundesliga debit as a substitute against 1. FC Nuremberg team. In 2007 Schulz was signed by Hannover.

Christian Schulz made his international debut for Germany against Japan in an international friendly on December 16, 2004 and has played three times for his nation so far.

Career Highlights

Christian was the Bundesliga champion and the DFB Pokal winner in 2003-04. He was the DFB Ligapokal finalist in 2004 and in 2006. Moreover, he was the Bundesliga runner up in 2005-06.

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Schulz was shown a yellow card after 80 minutes in Hannover 96 vs Freiburg -

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Schulz scored a goal for Hannover 96, making it 1-0 in the 75th minute of Hannover 96 vs Hertha Berlin -

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Schulz was shown a yellow card after 53 minutes in Hannover 96 vs Hertha Berlin -

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Schulz was shown a yellow card after 33 minutes in Hannover 96 vs Paderborn -

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Schulz was shown a yellow card after 39 minutes in Hoffenheim vs Hannover 96 -

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Schulz was shown a yellow card after 4 minutes in Hannover 96 vs Eintracht -

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Schulz was shown a yellow card after 65 minutes in Hannover 96 vs Gladbach -

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Schulz was shown a yellow card after 32 minutes in Mainz vs Hannover 96 -

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