FIFA World Cup QatarCalling all German supporters! join us at LV BET as we go through each national team competing in the FIFA World Cup and give a detailed summary of what to expect and give out betting tips. In this blog, we will be focusing on the 2014 winners, Germany.

This World Cup will shake things up in domestic leagues as it will be held for the first time in wintertime between November and December. The current world champions are France after they convincingly won against Croatia in the 2018 World Cup Final. The World Cup in Qatar will be the last edition with a total of 32 teams as FIFA plans to introduce more teams in the years to come. 

Germany at the FIFA World Cup

The German National team has won the FIFA World Cup four times, 1954, 1974, 1990 and 2014. Germany reached another four World Cup finals but failed to win the final, making them one of the most featured teams in a World Cup final. 

The latest achievement was in Brazil when Mario Gotze chested down and fired home the winning goal against Argentina. That goal will go down in history as one of the most dramatic goals in world football. 

The German National team will be managed by a different manager in the Qatar World Cup, as Hansi Flick replaces the long time manager, Joachim Low. His first game in charge saw Germany beat Armenia by 6-0, tipping the German national team as one to look out for in Qatar. 

The Qatar World Cup will be an emotional one for Germany as it may be the last tournament that legends Thomas Muller and Manuel Neuer play for their country. They will surely leave the team in safe hands as young players such as Jamal Musiala, Kai Havertz, and Nico Schlotterbeck show great potential for things to come. 

Germany’s successes and failures at the previous FIFA World Cup

The Germany squad were one of the teams that got eliminated from the group stages in Russia, registering their worst performance in a World Cup finals. The group consisted of Sweden, South Korea, and Mexico. The German side only managed to register three points as they won dramatically against Sweden but lost the other two. It was the first time that a reigning World Champion finished last in the Group stages. 

Germany’s road to the Qatar 2022 World Cup

Germany qualified for the 2022 Qatar World Cup by topping their respective group and losing just one game in the process. Germany played some brilliant games in which they dominated and thrashed the opposition, 9-0 against Liechtenstein, 6-0 against Romania and 3-0 against Iceland. The only defeat in the qualifying came against North Macedonia in which the Germans lost 2-1.

Who will Germany play against at the Qatar 2022 World Cup?

The Germany national football team will play in Group E at the Qatar World Cup, and they will play against Japan, Spain and the CONCACAF playoff winners, which will be played on 14th June 2022, between Costa Rica and New Zealand.

Group game schedule: The first game for the Germany national football team will be again Japan: 

  • vs Japan, on 23rd November 2022 at the Khalifa International Stadium, AI Rayyan
  • vs Spain, on 27th November 2022 at the AI Bayt Stadium, AI Khor
  • vs CONCACAF-OFC winners, on 1st December 2022 at the AI Bayt Stadium, AI Khor

Germany squad for the World Cup in Qatar

Germany national football team players from the biggest club in German football, Bayern Munich, having a total of eight players. Hansi Flick has worked with most of the players in domestic games and will look to get his National team firing on all cylinders once again. 

Nico Schlotterbeck has had a brilliant season with Freiburg and is tipped to become an integral part of the defence in Qatar for Germany when partnered with either Rudiger or Sule. 

The Midfield will surely be the strongest for the Germany national football team, having the talents of Joshua Kimmich, Goretzka, Gundogan, Kai Havertz and Julian Brandt. Flick will have a great mix of players who will offer both experience and new ideas for the team.

Moving on to the attack, Gnabry and Sane will be flying up and down the wings with either Muller or Werner in the middle, as the focal point of the attack. 

Where to see FIFA World Cup 2022 matches in Germany?

All around Germany, there will be places where you can enjoy a nice meal whilst watching the Germany National team in action. Kick-off times will vary depending on the fixture, but all will be played in late or early afternoon German time. 

You will be able to watch all the action unfold in all FIFA World Cup license holders as well as bars and restaurants that own the rights to show the matches.

For more information, please visit the official FIFA website here

Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022 tickets — prices, sale dates and tournament stages

For more information regarding ticket sales and accessibility tickets, please visit the official website, here.

All tickets are sold in Qatari riyal (QAR) to both residents of Qatar and International fans.

FIFA World Cup round Category I Category II Category III
Opening match 2,250 1,600 1,100
Group phase 800 600 250
1/8 final 1,000 750 350
Quarterfinal 1,550 1,050 750
Semifinal 3,480 2,400 1,300
Match for 3rd place 1,550 1,100 750
Final 5,850 3,650 2,200

Betting tips and odds on the Germany Football team

Germany football team face heavy competition from Spain for the top of Group E, with Spain tipped to be the favourite to claim the top spot. Spain is at 9/11 (1.82), whilst Germany are priced at 6/5 (2.20), to win Group E of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar. 

We are also pricing the Germany football team to reach the semi-final at 9/4 (3.25) and at 10/1 (11.00) to win the competition for a record fifth time. 

Bets on Germany National Football team at LV BET

As in the qualifiers, the Germany football team are one of those teams that are capable of scoring high amounts of goals; we are pricing Kai Havertz to be the top goalscorer at 32/1 (33.00). 

You can also place your bets on the stage when the German National team will be eliminated, and we have them at 9/11 (1.82), for Hans Flick’s team to be eliminated in the quarter-finals, whilst a more positive showing the Germay national football team is priced at 9/2 (5.50), to reach the Final. 

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