Kevin Trapp (German pronunciation: [ˈkɛvɪn ˈtʁap]; born 8 July 1990) is a German specialist footballer that plays as a goalkeeper for Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt and also the Germany nationwide group.
He started his specialist profession at 1. FC Kaiserslautern, where he took part in 2 Bundesliga seasons. In 2012, he authorized for Eintracht Frankfurt for a cost of EUR1.5 million and also played consistently over 3 years, also competing in the UEFA Europa League. He joined Paris Saint-Germain for an approximated EUR10 million in 2015, where he won a number of domestic honours.
Trapp won 26 caps for Germany s youth teams, including 11 for the under-21s, and also made his complete debut in June 2017. He was part of their squad that won the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup and likewise completed at the 2018 FIFA World Mug.
For 36 years he was busy at the FCK, over 24 years was the goalkeeping training on the Beitzenberg firmly in his hand: Roman Weidenfeller, Tim Meadow, Tobias Sippel and Kevin Trapp were just a few of many talents who trained Gerry Ehrmann to the professional. After the 62-year-old but in the spring of 2020 with the former coach Boris Schommers, the common chapter abruptly ended. It was followed by months-long labor law disputes that could only be enclosed in January 2021. Honoring at the home game against Würzburg With delay, the club icon, which as a player celebrated the German championship title in 1991 and the DFB Cups 1990 and 1996 with the Palatians, is now honored for the great merits for the FCK , the third division announced. During a farewell, Ehrmann is said to be awarded the Golden Merit Needle at the coming home game against the Würzburg Kevin Trapps on 31 October before the west curve.