Konstantin Rausch is a Russian born Germany football player playing for Hannover 96 as a left back and a left midfielder.
Rausch used to play football at a local club, TuS Lachendorf and at the age of 12, he joined Hannover 96 team. As he thought that he was not mature enough for this team, he joined another club, SV Nienhagen. Later on, he joined Hannover two years later, rejecting offers of other teams like Feyenoord Rotterdam and Werder Bremen.
With right to his international career, Rausch played for many German youth teams, accumulating over 30 appearances. His biggest success was in 2007, at the U-17 FIFA World Cup, when Konstantin received a bronze medal, playing in every game, except for one, where he missed following a red card. Post the tournament, Konstantin was awarded with a Fritz Walter Medal in silver, as the second most promising German football player of his age.
After the FIFA U-17 World Cup, Konstantin was awarded a Fritz Walter Silver Medal as the second most promising German football player of his age.