Germany will meet France in the first game at the European Championship.
We accompany the start of the European Championship of the DFB-Elf in Munich in the live ticker.
France - Germany -: - (- :-), Tuesday, 9 p.m.
The EM begins for the German national team.
At the beginning, the DFB team welcomes world champions France.
We accompany the EM cracker from Munich in the live ticker.
Munich - The time has finally come - the German national team * starts in the European Championship *!
Germany receives France *.
For the German fans, the EM * should really start tonight at 9 p.m. with the first game of the DFB-Elf in Munich against the world champions.
Football Germany was condemned to watch for the first four days of the tournament.
But anticipation is known to be the greatest joy.
Germany against France in the live ticker: EM start with home advantage
Home advantage could play a crucial role.
14,000 fans are to whip the DFB team forward in the Allianz Arena *, including the families of the stars and Löw's successor Hansi Flick.
"We know that we still owe them something," said captain Manuel Neuer, who asked the appendix for encouragement via video message: "We need every support." For the players, said DFB director Oliver Bierhoff, the return of the audience was "like." Christmas".
“I'm very calm and relaxed inside,” emphasized Joachim Löw * before the start of the European Championship, and it was already tingling on the drive from the “Campo” in Herzogenaurach to the Isar.
“I thought: It's finally going!” He sees his team well-equipped for the tough duel with top stars like boy prodigy Kylian Mbappe.
"Everyone is very, very hungry for success, that makes me sleep soundly."
God, I feel like playing this game.
Germany against France in the live ticker: Löw wants to say goodbye to the European Championship
And so the outgoing national coach of the football republic promised before his last mission: “We are aware of the importance that we will call everything up for our nation.” If necessary, his stars and he would go “through hell”.
25 years after the last European Championship triumph at Wembley, Löw wants to say goodbye with the trophy through the big gate on July 11th in England's football cathedral.
Bierhoff would “gladly pay” the record prize of 400,000 euros in this case.
The DFB-Elf, promised Neuer, was "motivated to the tip of the hair and very hot".
After his arrival at the team hotel at Tucherpark, returnees Mats Hummels emphasized: "God, I'm up for this game."
Germany against France in the live ticker: huge confusion about the DFB lineup
But with which line-up does Löw tackle the duel against the strong French?
In terms of personnel, he can almost draw on the full, only Jonas Hofmann (knee) is definitely missing.
Leon Goretzka is “not eligible for the starting line-up” after his muscle injury, as Löw reported, and like team-mate Jamal Musiala from FC Bayern could end up in the stands in the “home game”.
Löw wants to clarify the last tactical details in final discussions and listen to "my gut feeling".
The line-up seems clear: Before Neuer, the three-man chain around Hummels should curb the French world-class storm.
For the flank protection, Löw “sacrifices” his favorite six, Joshua Kimmich, who moves to the right.
"Jo plays where it is best for the team," he said.
During yesterday's final training session, Löw proved that before his last tournament he would also use his bag of tricks if he had to. When the 61-year-old apparently noticed that there were still some journalists and possibly even France spies in the Allianz Arena, he summoned Leroy Sané to join the team of starters. According to the information in the
, this maneuver was an ice-cold bluff and should confuse the French. Kai Havertz is said to storm alongside Thomas Müller and Serge Gnabry. In a few hours, Löw will solve his constellation puzzle. Before that, Hungary will face Portugal in the German group F.
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