The following table lists Germany’s biggest victories since 1908, where they have scored at least six goals and have won by at least the same amount. As of 26th March 2017, they have achieved this on thirty-seven occasions.

The Nationalmannschaft’s biggest win would come in the 1912 Olympic Games in Sweden, where they beat Russia 16-0 in Stockholm. No fewer than ten goals were scored by twenty-three year old Karlsruhe FV striker Gottfried Fuchs, which still stands as the best individual goal tally for a German player at senior international level. There have been three other double-figure victories, the most recent in the European Championship qualifier against San Marino in Serravalle in 2006.

Among this list are some famous victories. The 7-1 thrashing of hosts Brazil in the 2014 World Cup stands out, as does the 7-0 win over the Netherlands in 1959 and the 8-0 victory against Denmark in Breslau in 1937, by the team that was famously dubbed Die Breslau-Elf – “the Breslau eleven”.

Three opponents feature heavily in this list, with four defeats each: Finland, Luxembourg and Malta.

OpponentScoreVenueDateMatchScorers
Russian FederationRussia16-0Stockholm1912.07.01OGG. Fuchs 10, F. Förderer 4, K. Burger, E. Oberle
FinlandFinland13-0Leipzig1940.09.01FW. Hahnemann 6, E. Conen 4, F. Walter 2, W. Arlt
San MarinoSan Marino13-0Serravalle2006.09.06ECQL. Podolski 4, M. Klose 2, T. Hitzlsperger 2, M. Ballack, B. Schweinsteiger 2, M. Ballack, M. Friedrich, B. Schneider (p)
CyprusCyprus12-0Essen1969.05.21ECQG. Müller 4, W. Overath 3, H. Haller 2, M. Lorenz, S. Held, H-D. Höttges
LuxembourgLuxembourg9-0Berlin1936.08.04OGA. Urban 3, W. Simetsreiter 3, J. Gauchel 2, F. Elbern
LuxembourgLuxembourg9-1Luxembourg1934.03.11WCQJ. Rasselnberg 4, K. Hohmann 3, W. Wigold, E. Albrecht / E. Mengel
LiechtensteinLiechtenstein9-1Mannheim1996.06.04FA. Möller 2, S. Kuntz 2, O. Bierhoff, C. Ziege, M. Sammer, J. Kohler, J. Klinsmann / M. Pérez
DenmarkDenmark8-0Breslau1937.05.16FO. Siffling 5, E. Lehner, A. Urban, F. Szepan
MaltaMalta8-0Dortmund1976.02.28ECQR. Worm 2, J. Heynckes 2, E. Beer 2, B. Vogts, B. Hölzenbein
MaltaMalta8-0Bremen1980.02.27ECQK. Allofs 2, K. Fischer 2, R. Bonhof (p), J. Holland og, W. Kelsch, K-H. Rummenigge
AlbaniaAlbania8-0Dortmund1981.11.18WCQK-H. Rummenigge 3, K. Fischer 2, M. Kaltz, P. Littbarski, P. Breitner
Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia8-0Sapporo (JPN)2002.06.01WCFM. Klose 3, M. Ballack, C. Jancker, T. Linke, O. Bierhoff, B. Schneider
San MarinoSan Marino8-0Serravalle2016.11.11WCQS. Gnabry 3, J. Hector 2, S. Khedira, M. Stefanelli og, K. Volland
BelgiumBelgium8-1Duisburg1933.10.22FK. Hohmann 3, W. Wigold 2, J. Rasselnberg, E. Albrecht, S. Kobierski / R. Lamoot
HungaryHungary7-0Köln1941.04.06FW. Hahnemann 2, H. Schön 2, P. Janes (p), F. Walter, S. Kobierski
RomaniaRomania7-0Beuthen1942.08.16FF. Walter 3, A. Klingler, K. Decker, H. Burdenski, E. Willimowski
NetherlandsNetherlands7-0Köln1959.10.21FU. Seeler 3, A. Schmidt 2, A. Brülls, G. Siedl
LuxembourgLuxembourg7-0Mannheim1998.06.05FU. Kirsten 2, O. Bierhoff 2, J. Klinsmann, T, Helmer, C. Ziege
KuwaitKuwait7-0Freiburg2002.05.09FO. Bierhoff 3 (1p), T. Frings, S. Deisler, S. Kehl, C. Jancker
MaltaMalta7-0Freiburg2004.05.27FM. Ballack 4, J. Nowotny, T. Frings, F. Bobic
LuxembourgLuxembourg7-0Freiburg2006.05.27FM. Klose 2, L. Podolski 2 (1p), O. Neuville 2, T. Frings (p)
GibraltarGibraltar7-0Faro (POR)2015.06.13ECQA. Schürrle 3, M. Kruse 2, İ. Gündoğan, K. Bellarabi
RomaniaRomania9-3Frankfurt a. M.1940.07.14FF. Walter 3, E. Plener 2, W. Hahnemann 2, H. Fiederer 2 / 1. Baratly 2 (1p), S. Plosteanu
LiechtensteinLiechtenstein8-2Freiburg2000.06.07FU. Kirsten 2, C. Jancker 2, O. Bierhoff, M. Scholl, M. Bode, D. Hasler og / M. Stocklasa, M. Frick
SwitzerlandSwitzerland7-1Mannheim1929.02.10FG. Frank 4, H. Sobek 2, J. Pöttinger / M. Abegglen
NorwayNorway7-1Oslo1971.06.22FG. Müller 3, W. Overath, F. Beckenbauer, S. Held, G. Netzer / O. Iversen
FinlandFinland7-1Bochum1981.09.23WCQK-H. Rummenigge 3, P. Breitner 2, K. Fischer, W. Dremmler
IsraelIsrael7-1Kaiserslautern2002.02.13FM. Klose 3, D. Hamann, O. Bierhoff, G. Asamoah, L. Ricken / O. Kahn og
BrazilBrazil7-1Belo Horizonte2014.07.08WCFT. Kroos 2, A. Schürrle 2, T. Müller, M. Klose, S. Khedira / Oscar
FinlandFinland6-0München1935.08.18FE. Lehner 3, E. Conen 3
FinlandFinland6-0Helsinki1941.10.05FH. Eppenhoff 3, E. Willimowski 3
CyprusCyprus6-0Nicosia1965.11.14WCQR. Brunnenmeier 2, A. Heiß, W. Krämer, H. Szymaniak, C. Panayiotou og
AlbaniaAlbania6-0Dortmund1967.04.08ECQG. Müller 4, H. Löhr 2
MexicoMexico6-0Córdoba (ARG)1978.06.06WCFK-H. Rummenigge 2, H. Flohe 2, D. Müller, H. Müller
MaltaMalta6-0Saarbrücken1985.03.27WCQU. Rahn 2, K-H. Rummenigge 2, F. Magath, P. Littbarski
San MarinoSan Marino6-0Nürnberg2007.06.02ECQM. Gómez 2, K. Kurányi, M. Jansen, T. Frings (p), C. Fritz
LiechtensteinLiechtenstein6-0Vaduz2008.09.06WCQL. Podolski 2, S. Rolfes, B. Schweinsteiger, T. Hitzlsperger, H. Westermann

Abbreviations: WCF = World Cup Finals, WCQ = World Cup Qualifier, ECQ = European Championship Qualifier, CC = Confederations Cup, OG = Olympic Games, F = Friendly International

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