The second week in November sees Germany close off the year, with two prestige friendlies. The Mannschaft are in England to take on old foes England at Wembley, and four days later they line up in Köln against neighbours France.
A friendly, but one of those friendlies. One more match to add to the long list of Germany versus England matches, and arguably not exactly a classic. But for one man, the evening would turn into a glorious farewell. The
The first international action of 2017 sees Germany take on England, almost a year after the last meeting between the two teams in Berlin’s Olympiastadion. On that evening Joachim Löw’s side would throw away a two goal lead as their
The Winterpause is over, international football is back, and Germany get their 2017 fixtures underway with a prestige friendly against England in Dortmund before travelling to Baku to take on Azerbaijan as the World Cup qualifiers get rolling again.
After the long winter break it was finally time for the international programme to start up again in earnest, with the DFB arranging a pair of exciting prestige friendlies against two old rivals, England and Italy. With less than three
After the long break for the winter, the international circuit kicks into life again for the Nationalmannschaft, with two prestige friendlies to get their warm-up preparations for this summer’s European Championships underway. Two old and established rivals provide the opposition;
After a long break over the winter, the international season starts again with two prestige friendlies as Die Nationalmannschaft start to build towards this year’s Euro finals. Old rivals and fellow tournament finalists England and Italy provide the opposition for
Just a quick update before tonight’s encounter against England at Wembley, one more game to add to the list. According to reports Nationaltrainer Joachim Löw is set to rest a number of key players in the last international fixture of
A fixture that can be called a “Klassiker” is a rare thing – outside of the major tournaments, you may be lucky to get one in a year. However as the year comes to a close the Nationalmannschaft have got
Berlin, 19th November 2008 A year after beating England 2-1 at the new Wembley stadium courtesy of a stunning strike from debutant Christian Pander, the two teams would line up for a return match in Berlin’s Olympiastadion. Among those in
We now know Germany’s next opponents: old friends Italy, who claimed the final semi-final spot after a penalty shootout win against a brave, well-organised but ultimately toothless England side in Kiev.
With the Nationalmannschaft now safely in the mix for next year’s feast of football in Poland and the Ukraine, and I have now switched into another gear in the hope of having a number of key sections of this site