Poise instead of pose, honest and straightforward: Mats Hummels is the kind of guy who’d rather provoke than shy away. And he knows that his self-confidence sometimes borders on arrogance. He’s been like that since his schooldays. But then like now, he has always done enough to keep himself down-to-earth. His family in Munich, his friends and fellow players have always done their bit to ensure that Mats Hummels keeps his feet firmly on the ground.
For them, he is just Mats and not that guy Hummels you see on TV. Mats the son, brother and friend – who admires Zidane, tries his hand at cooking and likes to longboard around the neighborhood with his dog in tow. Who wishes he could hit the basket a bit more often on the basketball court and loves every kind of ice cream.
The transfer to Bayern Munich means the homecoming of Mats Hummels.
In Munich, he started his career and laid the foundation for later success. Now he returns as a experienced professional, world champion and two-time German champion. For winning titles with his hometown club, he wants to utilize his qualities as player and a person in the best possible way.
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“If you’ve already fulfilled many of your dreams, the sheer number gets smaller every time. I believe it’s a good thing if you don’t get everything at once.”
And now? But what should Mats Hummels have done on July 4, 2014 in the 12th minute in front of 74,240 spectators in the Estádio do Maracanã in Rio de Janeiro? Pull his head back? Not at all! In any case, Mats Hummels is not the kind of guy who’s known for ducking his responsibilities. He says what he thinks and always puts his heart and soul into everything. It’s all or nothing – Mats Hummels would rather crash out dramatically in the semifinal after five great games than grind out five tired 1–0 victories in a row. But he didn’t crash out at all! Quite the contrary, and at the age of 25, Mats Hummels, together with the German national team, has already realized the dream of any soccer player: he is world champion.
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- 2009 U21 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP IN SWEDEN
- 2010 1st INTERNATIONAL GAME: GERMANY vs MALTA 3–0
- 2012 NOMINATION FOR THE FIFA TEAM OF THE YEAR
- 2014 WORLD CHAMPION IN BRAZIL/GOLDEN BALL TOP 10
- 2014 FIFA Dream Team
„I am interested in what is happening in the world. I want to take responsibility, today and in the future – that is why I support UNICEF. Shaping the future means to promote and advance children and to give them the opportunity to go to school. This changes their lives. For many children, education is the only way to escape from poverty and exploitation. Here in Germany, a lot of schools get things moving. It is great to see that boys and girls in Germany join UNICEF running events. They advocate for their peers in poor countries to have the opportunity to learn and develop. For this reason I am happy to support “Wir laufen für UNICEF” (We run for UNICEF) as a patron. It is an excellent initiative. Get involved!”
“As soon as I heard of Common Goal I knew this was a chance for football to improve our world, and I wanted to be part of it. I feel we could be doing more to connect the increasing revenues in football to some kind of deeper purpose. This is what struck me about Common Goal. Through the 1% pledge, we’re building a bridge between football and its social impact around the world. I believe that Common Goal can make a real and lasting impact. I’m putting the call out to all my fellow footballers: join Juan and me and help to take the game to the next level.“
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Our unique heritage is built on pushing boundaries and breaking rules: harnessing mental fortitude to overcome technology restraints. Avant-garde is the name of our game. Long-lasting partnerships with motor racing teams and charismatic ambassadors drive the brand to break with watchmaking conventions and master time with unparalleled precision. As part of its new strategy, the Swiss luxury watch brand becomes the official partner and timekeeper of the German Bundesliga. This unique partnership takes the brand back to its origins: Sport watches and chronographs. Its slogan, #DontCrackUnderPressure, is far more than a claim - it is a mindset, shared by both: TAG Heuer and Mats.
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