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Archives: German National Team

USA vs Germany, Women’s World Cup semi-final: TV times and open thread

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale

Before the tournament began, many of us envisioned that the US Women’s National Team would have to, at some point, face Germany in the tournament. And here it is. Number one versus number two. Germany versus the United States in … Continue reading

5 players to watch in USA vs. Germany Women’s World Cup semi-final

Posted on by Robert Hay
cari lloyd

For the first time possibly ever, the U.S. Women’s National Team is facing a World Cup elimination match as underdogs. Today will see the two top ranked women’s teams in the world face off for the right to play Japan or … Continue reading

Women’s World Cup quarter-final: France vs. Germany TV times and open thread

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale

The battle for the semi-finals in the 2015 Women’s World Cup begins today with France facing Germany in the quarter-finals stage followed by the United States taking on China. Today’s matches contain the favorites to win the World Cup and … Continue reading

Women’s World Cup: Germany vs. Sweden, China vs. Cameroon TV times and open thread

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell

Now that the Group stages are done, we move on to the Knockout rounds of the 2015 Women’s World Cup and the first match-up is between tournament favorites Germany facing off against Sweden followed by China PR taking on Cameroon. … Continue reading

Thailand-Germany, Ivory Coast-Norway, Netherlands-Canada, China PR-New Zealand TV times and open thread

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale

As the group stages wrap-up we see who is emerging as the top teams in the 2015 Women’s World Cup as they prepare for the knock-out rounds. Today one of the tournament favorites, Germany, attempt to recover from a disappointing … Continue reading

Germany-Norway, China-Netherlands, Ivory Coast-Thailand, Canada-New Zealand TV times and open thread

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale

Now that the first round of the Group Stage has finished, we get our second look at Groups A and B today. Germany faces Norway in what will likely become the battle for first place in Group B. Plus, there’s another look … Continue reading

US Men’s National Team vs. Germany: TV times and open thread

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell

After an unexpected comeback against the Netherlands last week, the U.S. Men’s National Team continue their pre-Gold Cup preparation with a trip to Germany to face the #1 FIFA ranked team and recent winners of the 2014 World Cup. You … Continue reading

Women’s World Cup: Norway vs Thailand and Germany vs Ivory Coast TV times and open thread

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale

Today we head to Ottawa to see the first games from Group B that includes tournament favorites, Germany. Die Nationalelf’s goal is to win 2015 World Cup, but do you agree? Share your predictions and read the ones from our experts. Norway v. … Continue reading

Sami Khedira confirms he will leave Real Madrid in the summer

Posted on by Peter Quinn

Sami Khedira has confirmed he will leave Real Madrid at the end of the season when his five-year contract with the club comes to an end. The announcement will come as no surprise for those who have followed the player’s saga … Continue reading

Sami Khedira Wants To Renew Real Madrid Contract And Will Fight For His Position

Posted on by Peter Quinn
Real Madrid's German midfielder Sami Khe

Midfielder Sami Khedira has been the odd-man out at Real Madrid in recent times. The German international has been plagued with injuries since last season and has seen his relationship with officials at the Spanish club all but dissolved. The 27-year-old is … Continue reading

Mesut Ozil Ruled Out For 10-12 Weeks With Knee Injury

Posted on by Jord Willis

Mesut Ozil has suffered a knee injury that will rule him out of action for up to three months, the German national team announced today. Ozil, 25, was assumed fit when he arrived for international duty, but a ligament injury was discovered … Continue reading

Germany Striker Miroslav Klose Announces Retirement From International Soccer

Posted on by Cronan Yu

Miroslav Klose has announced his retirement from international soccer less than one month after winning the World Cup with Germany in Brazil and becoming the all-time leading goalscorer in World Cup history. The 36-year-old enjoyed a largely successful international career … Continue reading

Enter to Win a Chance to Take a Penalty Against Manuel Neuer

Posted on by Alex Muller

We just came across a unique, new contest that we feel you’ll be really interested in entering. It’s your chance to come to the Allianz FC Bayern Team Presentation and take a penalty against Manuel Neuer, in front of a packed … Continue reading

Why Germany Should Only Have 3 World Cup Stars On Their Jersey, Not Four

Posted on by Ilija Trojanovic

No one can deny Germany’s deserved success at this summer’s World Cup in Brazil. While teams like Brazil, Argentina, and Portugal centered their game around one special player, the Germans went for an all-inclusive style of play, a black and … Continue reading

Read Philipp Lahm’s Letter To Fans After Retiring From German National Team

Posted on by Alex Muller
Philipp Lahm

Germany defender Philipp Lahm announced his retirement from international soccer today, ending his international career on a high note with a World Cup medal after defeating Argentina on Sunday in Brazil. Lahm, who is versatile as a right back or defensive … Continue reading

USA And England Fall In FIFA World Rankings While Germany Climbs to the Top

Posted on by Christopher Harris

FIFA has released its latest World Rankings, which ranks the strongest teams in the world based on the average number of points they gain in a match as well as a combination of other factors. Germany climbs into first place … Continue reading

Germany Has Euro 2016 and World Cup 2018 In Its Sights

Posted on by Matthias Suuck
Germany 2014 Champions

It’s been a few days now since Germany deservedly won their fourth World Cup title. The team is back in Germany, was celebrated live by over 500,000 fans in Berlin and is now off on vacation. So now that we’ve … Continue reading