2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
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2dStephan Uersfeld

Germany stars will get €350k for WC win

Defeat in the final would see each player earn €200,000, while a third-place finish would be rewarded with €150,000.

ESPN FC 100: What makes Lewandowski so special (0:35)
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14dESPN staff

Osorio: Draw 'a very good one' for Mexico

Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio called El Tri's World Cup draw "a very good one" despite being drawn with reigning champions Germany in Group F.

14dESPN staff

Neuer glad as Germany draw familiar foes

Germany captain Manuel Neuer said he was glad to face some familiar opponents after the reigning champions were drawn with Mexico, Sweden and South Ko

14dJames Horncastle

Germany won't fear anyone

Germany, Mexico, Sweden and South Korea make up World Cup Group F. Here's what to look for -- and you can vote for your winner.

ESPN FC panel's reaction to FIFA World Cup draw (3:56)
Group F - Gomez: Not looking good for Mexico (3:31)
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15dStephan Uersfeld

Low to Bayern link played down by Bierhoff

Germany general manager Oliver Bierhoff has suggested national team coach Joachim Low will not leave his post to join Bayern Munich.

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30dJonathan Johnson

Trapp targets PSG games; World Cup spot

PSG goalkeeper Kevin Trapp says that he must be playing regularly over the second half of the season if he is to go to the World Cup with Germany.

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30dStephan Uersfeld

German FA unveils new Euro 2024 slogan

Germany and Turkey are competing to host the tournament, with UEFA's executive committee due to make a decision next September.

31dPA Sport

Low happy with draws vs. top nations

Joachim Low believes Germany can take a lot from their November internationals despite drawing in both matches, against England and France.

31dPA Sport

Stindl nets late draw for Germany vs. France

Substitute Lars Stindl scored an equaliser deep in stoppage-time to earn world champions Germany a 2-2 draw against France in Cologne.

Germany 2-2 France: Lacazette brace (2:33)
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32dJulien Laurens and Raphael Honigstein

France, Germany are World Cup favourites

France and Germany meet on Tuesday, with both teams favourites to win the World Cup next year. Julien Laurens and Raphael Honigstein got to talking.

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32dStephan Uersfeld

Trapp, Kroos, Khedira set for Germany XI

Kevin Trapp is set to start for Germany when they take on France in Cologne on Tuesday night, while Toni Kroos and Sami Khedira will also return.

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34dRaphael Honigstein

Halstenberg, Werner pass WC auditions

The experimental Germany side that drew with England may have had clear flaws, but Joachim Low's focus is on testing individuals before the World Cup.

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35dNick Miller

England, Germany settle for 0-0 draw

England and Germany showed glimpses of quality but were content to reserve energy for bigger challenges and settle for a 0-0 draw at Wembley.

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35dBen Gladwell

Germany slam VAR ahead of Wembley use

Germany internationals Sami Khedira and Sandro Wagner have labelled the video assistant referee (VAR) a "catastrophe."

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36dJohn Brewin

England's plan to emulate Germany

Germany are starting to take notice of England's development plans but there's still a long way to go before the Three Lions can deliver big success.

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Goal Difference1Tied-54th
Goals Scored4Tied-79th
Goals Conceded3Tied-44th