Pascal Formann will be staying with the Green-and-Whites until at least 2025, with the VfL Wolfsburg goalkeeping coach signing an early extension to his contract, that was due to expire in summer 2022, for another three years.
Born in Werne in the north-west of Germany, Formann joined VfL in July 2013 and went on to become goalkeeping coach at the VfL-Fußball.Akademie. Since summer 2017, the 38-year-old has been the sole coach of Wolfsburg’s first-team goalkeepers.
"Pascal Formann lives for his goalkeepers," said VfL Sporting Director Marcel Schäfer. "He is very ambitious and highly motivated. In terms of his skillset and his personality, he is a great fit with us and totally identifies with VfL Wolfsburg. The performances of Koen Casteels, Pavao Pervan, Lino Kasten and Niklas Klinger in matches and in training, and their continued development are proof of the work that he puts in every day with our goalkeepers.”
“I am delighted to have the opportunity to carry on working here,” Formann added. “We have a great team here, from the sporting management down through the team and including the entire backroom staff, and working here every day is great fun. The conditions in Wolfsburg are also ideal for working at the highest level.”