|Association|| German Motor Union |
Deutscher Motor Sport Bund
|Nation colour||Black, Red, Yellow|
|Best result||4th place (1991)|
|Best result||5th place (2004 and 2005)|
|Best result||3rd place (2006 - Hefenbrock)|
The Germany national speedway team are motorcycle speedway national team from Germany.
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A members of 2009 Teams was approval in March 2009 by Deutscher Motor Sport Bund.
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|2001||11||QR 1||4||15||Joachim Kugelmann (10), Herbert Rudolf (3), Gerd Riss (1), Jorg Pingel (1), Steffen Mell (0)|
|2002||12||QR 1||4||9||Robert Kessler (5), Robert Barth (4), Matthias Kröger (0), Joachim Kugelmann (0), Steffen Mell (0)|
|2003||10||QR 1||4||10||Mirko Wolter (5), Ronny Weis (2), Christian Hefenbrock (2), Martin Smolinski (1), Matthias Schultz (0)|
|2004||-||-||-||-||2nd place in Qualifying round 1|
|2005||8||SF 2||4||5||Martin Smolinski (2), Mathias Schultz (2), Thomas Stange (1), Christian Hefenbrock (0), Rene Schafer (0)|
|2006||-||-||-||-||2nd place in Qualifying round 1|
|2007||-||-||-||-||2nd place in Qualifying Round 1|
|2008||-||-||-||-||2nd place in Qualifying Round 1|
|2005||-||-||2nd place in Qualifying Round 1|
|2006||4||25||Christian Hefenbrock (10), Tobias Kroner (7), Kevin Wölbert (6), Max Dilger (2), Tobias Busch (n)|
|2007||4||13||Richard Speiser (6), Max Dilger (4), Kevin Wölbert (3), Tobias Busch (0), Frank Facher (0)|
|2008||-||-||3rd place in Qualifying Round 2|
|2004||5||16||Tobias Kroner (9), Mirko Wolter (7)|
|2005||5||14||Christian Hefenbrock (7), Mathias Schultz (7), Tobias Kroner (n)|
|2006||7||12||Thomas Stange (9), Kevin Wölbert (3), Max Dilger (0)|
|2007||-||-||6th place in Semi-Final 1|
|2008||7||10||Martin Smolinski (8), Kevin Wölbert (1), Tobias Busch (1)|
|2008||2||29||Kevin Wölbert (12), Frank Facher (8), Erik Pudel (7), Max Dilger (2), Sönke Petersen (0)|
|Competitions||Total||Golden medals||Silver medals||Bronze medals|
| Team |
|Team U-21||(since 2005)||0|
| Individual |
|Individual U-21||(since 1977)||1||1||2006|
|Total medals: 4||Gold: 1||Silver: 0||Bronze: 3|
|Competitions||Total||Golden medals||Silver medals||Bronze medals|
|Team U-19||(since 2008)||1||1||2008|
|Individual U-19||(since 1998)||0|
|Total medals: 2||Gold: 0||Silver: 1||Bronze: 1|
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