Germany have won the World Cup four times, the European Championships three times and are the reigning world champions. They come into Euro 2016 as joint-favorites to win the tournament with hosts France, and have a squad that is the envy of many international football managers. Germany are the most successful European country in international football, and second only to Brazil in terms of World Cup success. For many years their brand of stylish play combined with a ruthless cold-blooded has propelled them to world’s best.  [+]

But is there more to Germany’s triumphs than their enviable qualities? They are, perhaps, stronger even than the sum of their parts and though we thought it wasn’t possible, the team has improved under the tutelage of Joachim Low.

One of their most memorable victories was undoubtedlty the 1990 World Cup win, where they triumphed in the semifinal against a great England team built around the prodigious talents of Paul Gascoigne and the goal-scoring expertise of the golden boot winner in 1986, Gary Lineker. 

Not only did Germany beat England, but also Argentina in a hot-tempered final.

Following their success in 1996, Germany entered a fallow period in general, where they were not the force they previously were. Even their own World Cup in 2006 was not the tournament we had expected from Germany. Gone was the assumption of superiority that their teams of the 1970’s and 1990’s characterized so well, in its place was more of a youthful look.

The perfect balance of midfield domination, defensive control and attacking prowess saw Germany cruise through the 2014 World Cup group stage before bursting into life in devastating fashion in the knockout phase. Beating France 1-0 in the quarterfinal was a tough test. Germany gave Brail the biggest thrashing of all-time with an astonishing 7-1 demolition of the host country in the semifinal. Germany advanced to the final where they took on Argentina. Germany won a scrappy game 1-0, and apart from a glaring miss by Messi, were rarely troubled. 

Germany go into Euro 2016 not just as joint favorites, but as one of the teams many fans will love to watch. In Thomas Muller, Toni Kroos, Mesut Ozil, Mario Götze and Marco Reus, they have a squad packed with individual flair and ruthless determination. That’s a combination that will prove tricky to stop, but if anyone can derail Germany’s ambition of holding both the World Cup and European Championship trophies at the same time, it could be this tournament’s hosts, France.

Can they get revenge for Brazil 2014? Or will Germany reign supreme yet again? The world waits to find out.

Who Does Germany National Team Play Next

Find out who the next opponents are for the current world champions and figure out if you think they can stop this impressive football superpower.

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Tuesday, Nov 21, 202302:45 PM
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Germany@Austria
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Saturday, Mar 23, 202404:00 PM
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Germany@France
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Tuesday, Mar 26, 202402:45 PM
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Netherlands@Germany
Last update on Feb 20, 2024 11:46 PM

Germany National Team Game Schedule

The upcoming games for Germany could confirm their total superiority as they vie to win back-to-back major tournaments. This will affect their value in the betting markets accordingly. 

⚽ World Cup2022
SeasonStatusAwayAway ScoreHome ScoreHome
2022Group Stage - 1Nov 21 - 11:00FTNetherlands2Senegal
2022Group Stage - 1Nov 21 - 08:00FTIran26England
2022Group Stage - 1Nov 20 - 11:00FTEcuador2Qatar
2022Group Stage - 1Nov 22 - 05:00FTSaudi Arabia21Argentina
2022Group Stage - 1Nov 22 - 08:00FTTunisiaDenmark
2022Group Stage - 1Nov 22 - 11:00FTPolandMexico
2022Group Stage - 1Nov 23 - 05:00FTCroatiaMorocco
2022Group Stage - 1Nov 23 - 08:00FTJapan21Germany
2022Group Stage - 1Nov 23 - 14:00FTCanada1Belgium
2022Group Stage - 1Nov 24 - 05:00FTCameroon1Switzerland
2022Group Stage - 1Nov 24 - 08:00FTSouth KoreaUruguay
2022Group Stage - 1Nov 24 - 11:00FTGhana23Portugal
2022Group Stage - 1Nov 24 - 14:00FTSerbia2Brazil
2022Group Stage - 2Nov 25 - 08:00FTSenegal31Qatar
2022Group Stage - 2Nov 25 - 11:00FTEcuador11Netherlands
2022Group Stage - 2Nov 25 - 14:00FTUSAEngland
2022Group Stage - 2Nov 26 - 08:00FTSaudi Arabia2Poland
2022Group Stage - 2Nov 26 - 11:00FTDenmark12France
2022Group Stage - 2Nov 26 - 14:00FTMexico2Argentina
2022Group Stage - 2Nov 27 - 08:00FTMorocco2Belgium
2022Group Stage - 2Nov 27 - 11:00FTCanada14Croatia
2022Group Stage - 2Nov 27 - 14:00FTGermany11Spain
2022Group Stage - 2Nov 28 - 05:00FTSerbia33Cameroon
2022Group Stage - 2Nov 28 - 08:00FTGhana32South Korea
2022Group Stage - 2Nov 28 - 11:00FTSwitzerland1Brazil
2022Group Stage - 2Nov 28 - 14:00FTUruguay2Portugal
2022Group Stage - 3Nov 29 - 10:00FTQatar2Netherlands
2022Group Stage - 3Nov 29 - 10:00FTSenegal21Ecuador
2022Group Stage - 3Nov 29 - 14:00FTUSA1Iran
2022Group Stage - 3Nov 30 - 10:00FTFrance1Tunisia
2022Group Stage - 3Nov 30 - 14:00FTArgentina2Poland
2022Group Stage - 3Nov 30 - 14:00FTMexico21Saudi Arabia
2022Group Stage - 3Dec 01 - 10:00FTBelgiumCroatia
2022Group Stage - 3Dec 01 - 10:00FTMorocco21Canada
2022Group Stage - 3Dec 01 - 14:00FTSpain12Japan
2022Group Stage - 3Dec 02 - 10:00FTPortugal12South Korea
2022Group Stage - 3Dec 02 - 10:00FTUruguay2Ghana
2022Group Stage - 3Dec 02 - 14:00FTBrazil1Cameroon
2022Group Stage - 3Dec 02 - 14:00FTSwitzerland32Serbia
2022Group Stage - 1Nov 21 - 14:00FTWales11USA
2022Group Stage - 2Nov 25 - 05:00FTIran2Wales
2022Group Stage - 3Nov 29 - 14:00FTEngland3Wales
2022Group Stage - 1Nov 22 - 14:00FTAustralia14France
2022Group Stage - 1Nov 23 - 11:00FTCosta Rica7Spain
2022Group Stage - 2Nov 26 - 05:00FTAustralia1Tunisia
2022Group Stage - 2Nov 27 - 05:00FTCosta Rica1Japan
2022Group Stage - 3Nov 30 - 10:00FTDenmark1Australia
2022Group Stage - 3Dec 01 - 14:00FTGermany42Costa Rica
2022Round of 16Dec 03 - 10:00FTUSA13Netherlands
2022Round of 16Dec 04 - 14:00FTSenegal3England
2022Round of 16Dec 03 - 14:00FTAustralia12Argentina
2022Round of 16Dec 04 - 10:00FTPoland13France
2022Round of 16Dec 05 - 10:00PENCroatia1 (3)1 (1)Japan
2022Round of 16Dec 06 - 10:00PENSpain0 (0)0 (3)Morocco
2022Round of 16Dec 05 - 14:00FTSouth Korea14Brazil
2022Round of 16Dec 06 - 14:00FTSwitzerland16Portugal
2022Quarter-finalsDec 09 - 14:00PENArgentina2 (4)2 (3)Netherlands
2022Quarter-finalsDec 10 - 14:00FTFrance21England
2022Quarter-finalsDec 09 - 10:00PENBrazil1 (2)1 (4)Croatia
2022Quarter-finalsDec 10 - 10:00FTPortugal1Morocco
2022Semi-finalsDec 13 - 14:00FTCroatia3Argentina
2022Semi-finalsDec 14 - 14:00FTMorocco2France
20223rd Place FinalDec 17 - 10:00FTMorocco12Croatia
2022FinalDec 18 - 10:00PENFrance3 (2)3 (4)Argentina
Last update on Feb 21, 2024 12:15 AM

Germany National Team Standings Today

Germany are rated highly not just by soccer fans across the world but FIFA too. Take a look at the most recent table in the Euros or qualification for the next World Cup and you’ll see why!.

⚽ World Cup2022
#TEAMPTSPlayedWinsTiesLoosesGFGA+/-Historical
Group A
1Netherlands73210514WDW
2Senegal63201541WWL
3Ecuador43111431LDW
4Qatar0300317-6LLL
Group B
1England73210927WDW
2USA53120211WDD
3Iran3310247-3LWL
4Wales1301216-5LLD
Group C
1Argentina63201523WWL
2Poland43111220LWD
3Mexico4311123-1WLD
4Saudi Arabia3310235-2LLW
Group D
1France63201633LWW
2Australia6320134-1WWL
3Tunisia43111110WLD
4Denmark1301213-2LLD
Group E
1Japan63201431WLW
2Spain43111936LDW
3Germany43111651WDL
4Costa Rica33102311-8LWL
Group F
1Morocco73210413WWD
2Croatia53120413DWD
3Belgium4311112-1DLW
4Canada0300327-5LLL
Group G
1Brazil63201312LWW
2Switzerland63201431WLW
3Cameroon43111440WDL
4Serbia1301258-3LDL
Group H
1Portugal63201642LWW
2South Korea43111440WLD
3Uruguay43111220WLD
4Ghana3310257-2LWL
Last update on Feb 21, 2024 12:15 AM

How To Make Money Betting On Germany National Team

Germany are a very short +300 to win the European Championships, and go into the competition as joint-favorites with France. But that is not where the value in backing them lies. Back them to win their group and you’ll be getting worse odds than any other group, with Poland, Ukraine and Northern Ireland all unlikely to cause the Germans any problems.

A far better bet is to back Germany at +300 to score the most goals in the tournament. It’s not a good bet because of one particular player, but their team chemistry as a whole. Having battered Brazil 7-1, and slaughtered Saudi Arabia in the 2002 World Cup, they know how to win a match and against teams who give up.

Germany continue to press for more goals. That’s a recipe for value. And as you can see below, they made the Euro 2016 final in imperious form: