A German football player, Florian Fromlowitz plays as a goalkeeper. Having begun his youth playing career at the age of 6, at FC Kaiserslautern, Fromlowitz spent 12 seasons before being called up to the B-team. As a 16 year old, Fromlowitz made his debut with the B-Team and despite a slow start, quickly made up any lost ground.
By his second year with the B-Team, Florian was starting every game, ending his two year journey, at the B-team, with 39 appearances.
Still only 19, Florian broke into the first team at Kaiserslautern as well, although mainly as the back-up goalkeeper. He saw action in just 22 games over 4 seasons and decided to move elsewhere in search of first team action.
Without having to wait too much, Florian joined Hannover 96 in 2008. While at the international front, he was representing Germany at the Under-21 level. This got him into the first team at Hannover 96 as the first choice keeper. Having had a good run of form at the international level in the Under-16 and Under-21 levels, Florian has played over 55 games for Hannover and has the 2009 UEFA European Championships to his name.