What date and time is the Germany v England UEFA Nations League match ?

Kickoff is on June 7, 2022 by 7:45pm!

Where will the match be played?

The game will be played at the Allianz Arena – a football stadium Allianz Arena in Munich, Bavaria, Germany with a 70,000 seating capacity for international matches and 75,000 for domestic matches.

What the coaches say?

Hansi Flick, Germany coach: “It’s a classic; these matches are always special. We need to be prepared, ready and play with intensity. [Against Italy on Saturday] we showed what we need to improve, but also our potential. England have a lot of quality – they have many great players and play very physically. Kane is world-class. It will be tough, and it’s important we to stick to our plan.”

 Gareth Southgate, England manager:

“For me Germany and Brazil are still the benchmark, regularly winning tournaments; you have to respect them. This is exactly the sort of test we need. We are going to push. We want to perform well. I don’t think the long season was the cause of the result the other day; the heat was a huge factor.”


Last 5 Matches Head-to-Head                                        Last 5 Matches (Form Guide)

England 2-0 Germany Germany: D, D, W, W, W
England 0-0 Germany England: L, W, W, W, W
Germany 1-0 England
Germany 2-3 England
England 0-1 Germany


Germany’s last 5 games in all competitions

Germany 9 – 0 Liechtenstein

Armenia 1 – 4 Germany

Germany 2 – 0 Israel

Netherlands 1 – 1 Germany

Italy 1 – 1 Germany

England’s last 5 games in all competitions

England 5 – 0 Albania

San Marino 0 – 10 England

England 2 – 1 Switzerland

England 3 – 0 Côte d’Ivoire

Hungary 1 – 0 England

Team News (England)

Benjamin White remains England’s only injury concern after pulling out of the squad. James Justin picked up a knock against Hungary this week and might not be able to feature against Germany.

Injured: Benjamin White

Doubtful: James Justin, Phil Foden

Team News (Germany)

Marc-Andre ter Stegen and Julian Draxler have not been included in the squad and will not feature against England. Marco Reus has recovered from an illness, but remains a doubt ahead of the game.

Injured: None

Doubtful: Marco Reus

Unavailable: Marc-Andre ter Stegen, Julian Draxler

 Current League Table Standings

UEFA Nations League Germany v England

Match Prediction

Germany drew their last two matches and will need to find their rhythm tonight. The likes of Kai Havertz and Thomas Muller have a knack for scoring goals against the big guns and will need to step up against the Three Lions.

England have made progress under Gareth Southgate but have several problems to address at the moment. Germany have a point to prove and hold a slight upper hand going into the game.

Prediction: Germany 2-1 England

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