Nagelsmann: Euro’s youngest coach makes history 

Julian Nagelsmann made a mark at this edition of the Euro by becoming the youngest coach in the history of the tournament. 
On the opening day of the match against Scotland (5-1), June 14, his age was 36 years 327 days. He surpassed the previous record holder, Slovenian Katanec, by only 6 days.
Nagelsmann is also famous as the youngest coach in the history of Bundesliga where he started his career at the age of 28 years in 2016. 
It was the just the year in which Germany reached the quarter-final of a major tournament (Euro) for the last time before their unprecedented horrible period when they failed to enter the top-8 at three tournaments in a row (World Cups 2018, 2022, Euro 2020). 
Now Nagelsmann became just the man that has broken this curse.
Here we publish the top 5 youngest coaches in Euro history. All of them guided the national team of their home country.
It’s a little unusual to see Mircea Lucescu in this category. We are accustomed to consider him as one of the eldest in the coaching profession. But there were the times when things were different.

 CoachCountryAge GameDate
1Julian NagelsmannGermany36-327Scotland 5-114/06/2024
2Srečko KatanecSlovenia36-333Yugoslavia 3-313/06/2000
3Michel Platini France36-355Sweden 1-110/06/1992
4Frank Rijkaard Netherlands37-255Czech Republic 1-011/06/2000
5Mircea LucescuRomania38-321Spain 1-114/06/1984