Oliver Kahn is highly regarded as Germany's greatest ever football goalkeepers. One of the countries most successful players in recent history, success came regularly to Kahn, both domestically and internationally. He enjoyed a 21 year professional career and spent the majority of his career at German giants Bayern Munich. Starting his career at Karlsruher SC, Kahn played here for seven years and played over 200 times combined for the first team and reserve team, Karlsruher SC II. He made his move to Munich in 1994 and this is where his career went from strength to strength. Kahn won eight Bundesliga titles during his time with Munich and won six DFB Pokals, he performed exceptionally for well for over a decade and often reflects on his domestic success as a football speaker.
Not only did he win German trophies with Munich but he also won both the UEFA Cup and the UEFA Champions League with the club. He is one of the most successful goalkeepers ever and has a world of knowledge within football, he discusses his sporting success but also delves into topics such as dealing with pressure throughout his time as a speaker. His individual excellence meant he won many awards and was named in some of the most prestigious teams in football. He won a record four consecutive Best European Goalkeeper awards and two German Footballer of the Year awards, showcasing just how special he was as a player.
At the 2002 World Cup, Kahn became the first goalkeeper in history to win the tournament's Golden Ball, a magnificent award to receive and one that no goalkeeper had ever won before. Kahn epitomises peak performance and showed extreme dedication throughout his career to ensure he was at the top of his game for well over a decade. He is a truly inspirational figure for young goalkeepers across the world and is a hero for hundreds of thousands of people across the world. As a football speaker, Kahn often discusses his illustrious career but also delves into vital topics such as overcoming adversity and peak performance.