Lothar Matthäus – world champion, world soccer player, multi-talent, German most-capped player at the Alpensymposium 2016

09. June 2015 – Katharina Schlangenotto

With persistence and ambition, he kicked himself to the top of the soccer world. He has played in five FIFA World Cups (1982, 1986, 1990, 1994, 1998) more than any other outfield player, and holds the record for the most World Cup matches played by a single player (25 games). He also won UEFA Euro 1980, and played in the 1984, 1988, and 2000 UEFA European Football Championships.

In 1999, he was again voted German Footballer of the Year despite being 38 years old. He is the most capped German player of all time, retiring with a total of 150 appearances (83 for Germany) in 20 years, and 23 goals for the German national team.

Lothar Matthäus on stage

Today, he is a well recognized TV moderator on the private German TV station SKY. As an authentic expert, he knows how to polarize people in a very positive way. He analyses matches with power, passion and charisma and imparts his broad knowledge to the audience. He is one of a kind and points out his view openly. Most recently, he critized FC Bayern München “Super-Coach” Pep Guardiola after his team lost several games in a row.

In his speeches, Lothar Matthäus shares his experience as a professional athlete and covers topics such as teambuilding, leadership and motivation as well as winning in sports and business. At the Alpensymposium 2016, he will be speaking about the main theme “Opportunities”.

Lothar Matthäus is available for speeches and moderated talks, Meet & Greet and picture taking. If you are interested to book exceptional player and speaker Lothar Matthäus, please send an email to lothar.matthaeus@premium-speakers.com.

Lothar Matthäus

Football Expert, Entrepreneur, Author