FC Wacker Munchen (Germany), Bayern
Munich (Germany), Newcastle United FC (England), Liverpool FC (England)
European SuperCup winner (Liverpool) 2005 Champions League winner (Liverpool) 1996 UEFA Cup winner (Bayern Munich) 2001 UEFA Cup winner (Liverpool) 1994 Bundesliga Champions (Bayern Munich) 1998 German Cup winner (Bayern Munich) 2001 FA Cup winner (Liverpool) 2001 League Cup winner (Liverpool) 2003 League Cup winner (Liverpool) 2001 Charity Shield winner (Liverpool) 2002 World Cup Finalists (Germany) 2005 League Cup Finals (Liverpool)
Dietmar Hamann (born August 27, 1973 in Waldsassen,
Bavaria) is a German international midfielder who plays for
He previously played for FC Wacker Munchen, Bayern Munich and
Hamann was the first Liverpool player since Roger Hunt (1966) to
play in a World Cup Final, through his appearance in the 2002
Final against Brazil. He has 51 caps and has scored 4 goals for
the national team and was part of the German roster at the 1998
World Cup, Euro 2000, the 2002 World Cup, and Euro 2004.
In June 2005, Hamann agreed to a new one-year contract with
Liverpool F.C., with the option of another year. He had
previously expressed his desire to stay with the club and
manager, Rafa Benitez expressed his delight at the new deal
calling Didi a "very important player" for the club.