Yannic Seidenberg

Yannic Seidenberg

German hockey player, forward.
Date of Birth: 11.01.1984
Country: Germany

  1. Biography of Yannic Seidenberg
  2. Early Career
  3. International and Professional Success

Biography of Yannic Seidenberg

Yannic Seidenberg is a German ice hockey player who primarily plays as a forward. He was born in 1984 in Fillingen-Schwenningen, Germany. He comes from a family of ice hockey players, with his older brother, Dennis Seidenberg, also being a professional hockey player.

Yannic Seidenberg

Early Career

Seidenberg began his career in the German Youth Championship, playing for the second team of Adler Mannheim from 2000 to 2002. During this time, he also made his debut in the top-tier German league for the main team of Adler Mannheim in the 2001/2002 season. He played for the club until 2004 and helped them become the runners-up in the country.

International and Professional Success

In the 2003/2004 season, Seidenberg ventured into international play by joining the Medicine Hat Tigers, a Canadian team in the Western Hockey League. He had a successful season and won the prestigious President's Cup with the Tigers.

Seidenberg returned to Germany the following season and played for the Cologne Sharks. From 2005 to 2009, he was a forward for Ingolstadt, and from 2009 to 2013, he represented his hometown team, Adler Mannheim. In 2013, he joined the Munich Red Bulls and achieved further success, winning two gold medals in the German Ice Hockey Championship as part of the team.

Seidenberg has also represented Germany in various international tournaments. He has played in the youth and junior World Championships for Germany. In 2006, he made his debut for the senior German national team in the first division of the Ice Hockey World Championship.

Overall, Yannic Seidenberg has had a successful career in ice hockey, both domestically and internationally, and continues to be a prominent figure in German ice hockey.