ZINEDINE ZIDANE

A French midfield player, called "Zizou". A 108-time representative of his country for which he won World Cup in 1998 and European Championship in 2000.Ballon d'Or laureate in 1998, the best football player of the World Cup 2006, during which he led his team, as its captain, to the finals. Ex-player of AS Cannes, Girondins Bordeaux, Juventus and Real Madrid; with the last one he won the UEFA Champions League in 2002. Ex-player of AS Cannes, Girondins Bordeaux, Juventus and Real Madrid; with the last one he won the UEFA Champions League in 2002.

Robert Lewandowski

Polish forward playing for the Bayern Munich and the captain of the Polish national team. Member of the "Club of Exceptional Representatives". Took part in the finals of the UEFA European Championship in 2012 and 2016. Before played in Legia Warsaw, Znicz Pruszków, Lech Poznań, and Borussia Dortmund.

Iker Casillas

Spanish football player, goalkeeper of the FC Porto. Representative of the national team of Spain since 1996. Five-time champion of Spain, two-time winner of the Copa del Rey, four-time winner of the Supercopa de España, three-time winner of the UEFA Champions League, two-time winner of the UEFA Super Cup, the winner of the Intercontinental Cup 2002,  of the FIFA Club World Cup 2014, of the UEFA European Under-19 Championship 1997, of the FIFA U-20 World Cup 1999, the winner of the UEFA European Championship 2008 and 2012, and of the FIFA World Cup 2010.

Julen Lopetegui

Ex-player from Spain, who used to play as goalkeeper. He started out in the junior team of Real Sociedad. He also played in Castilla CF, UD Las Palmas, FC Barcelona. As a coach he has run the national junior team of Spain and the main team of the FC Porto.

Grzegorz Krychowiak

Polish football player of the Polish national team. Player at the Spanish club: Sevilla. Winner of the UEFA Europa League. Took part in the FIFA U-20 World Cup, where he beat the Brazilian goalkeeper, Cássio. After his shot after free kick in the 23rd minute, Poland took the lead winning 1:0. That was how the whole match ended as well.

Mick Clegg

Long-term trainer of Manchester United, coach of motor skills preparation, when the team took lead in the Premier League. The coach Mick Clegg has trained stars like Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney, Paul Scholes, Roy Keane, Ryan Giggs and David Beckham.

Jimmy Ryan

A great coach who was an assistant of Sir Alex Ferguson between 1998 and 2002, that is when in Manchester United played football players as, among others, Beckham, Giggs, Keane, Schmeichel, or Berg. It was back then that Manchester United won treble.

Jonathan "Jonny" Evans

Manchester United's player. His position is the one of the center back. Evans started out in the team of Old Trafford. At the beginning of the season 2006/2007 Lawrie Sanchez chose him to play in the national team of Northern Ireland, where he has played many matches to date. 

Tomasz Kuszczak

Polish football player, who has played in KFC Uerdingen 05 and Hertha Berlin, West Bromwich Albion, where he broke into the first team squad and was considered to be the best goalkeeper of the Premier League. He played for Manchester United, becoming a champion of England. He has represented Poland many times when he was younger, champion of Europe U-18.

Phillipp Lahm

German football player, normally -  lateral defender. Currently, he plays for Bayern Munich. Philipp Lahm trained in the club FT Gern München till 1995. Then he used to play in the junior teams of Bayern Munich. Before the beginning of the FIFA World Cup 2010 Lahm was chosen the new captain of the national team of Germany. He won bronze medal in the tournament. He won gold medal at the FIFA World Cup 2014. On the 18th of July of 2014 he ended his career as a representative.

Aitor Karanka

Spanish ex-player on the postition of the center back. He worked as the assistant of the coach José Mourinho in the Real Madrid's team. At present moment, he is an instructor at the second-league Middlesbrough. He stated out his professional path as a football player in the Athletic Bilbao. After 118 matches (in which he scored 2 goals) he drew the attention of the Real Madrid. He used to win matches of the Primera División, playing for the Real Madrid, won Supercopa de España twice, UEFA Champions League three times, as well as the Intercontinental Cup, once. He got back to the Athletic Bilbao as a football player in 2002. Before the beginning of 2006/07 season he completed his transfer to the American club: Colorado Rapids. After that short adventure, he finished his succesful career of a football player and he started out as a coach of the Spanish team U-15.

Jacek Krzynówek

A Polish midfield player, a representative of Poland, a participant of the final FIFA World Cup tournaments in 2002 and 2006, as well as in those of UEFA European Championship in 2008 (he played in 9 maches all together in those tournaments), a member of the "Club of Exceptional Representatives". Appeared in 96 matches of the Polish national team, in which he scored 15 goals. He started out as a football player in LZS Chrzanowice. After that first experience he was transferred to clubs such as: Raków Częstochowa, GKS Bełchatów, FC Nürnberg, Bayer Leverkusen (the team has beaten clubs such as: Real Madrid and AS Roma, and the Polish player scored 3 goals back then against: the Real Madrid, AS Roma and FC Liverpool). Then he left the Bayern and started a new episode in the VfL Wolfsburg.

Leo Beenhakker

Football coach. Previously, as a football player, he used to play in amateur clubs: Tediro Rotterdam, Xerxes Rotterdam and Zwart Witt 28. For many years he was the first assistant of Rinus Michels, a coach of the Neatherlands national team, in two occasions he has worked as the selector of the orange team. He has worked in Europe, Asia and North America. He won the championship with Netherlands and Spain three times with each of them. From 2004 to 2006 he was in charge of the Trinidad and Tobago football team, which he led to the finals of the FIFA World Cup.From the 11th July of 2006 till the 17th September of 2009 he was the selector of the Poland football national team, which, as a coach, he led to the finals of the UEFA European Championship for the first time.