February 03 News Frankfurt officially announced that the team’s main goalkeeper, German goalkeeper Kevin Trapp and
The team signed an extension through 2026.
The 32-year-old captain brought forward the extension of his contract, which was due to expire on June 30, 2024, and has now been extended for another two years. The contract includes the option to extend the contract for another year.
Sports Director Kloscher said: “Kevin Trapp is an absolute legend, he is the representative of Eintracht Frankfurt. His excellent goalkeeping skills, and his personality make him an indispensable part of our team and club!
It was important to us to renew Kevin’s long-term contract and give him a vision of the future after his active career.
It is important for the club to keep the team banner on the team for a longer period of time and to pass on the awareness of Frankfurt’s identity to the next generation of players in the team.
In my opinion, in the long run, we now have the strongest German goalkeeper.
It makes us proud.
Trapp himself said: “Everyone knows how important this club is to me. I feel at home in Frankfurt and I am very happy that I will continue to be part of the Frankfurt family. We have been through a lot together already.
, and a lot of plans. The club’s ambitions are 100 per cent aligned with mine and I am eager to continue giving my all for Eintracht Frankfurt.”