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Tuesday, 29 June 2021
2020 UEFA European Championship Second Phase Round of Sixteen

England 2 Germany 0 [0-0]
Match Summary
England Squad

Germany Squad

Team Records
The Die Mannschaft European Championship Finals Squad  June 2021
←Last German Squad that faced England (973) Next German Squad to face England (1032)
Player Birthdate Age Pos Club App G
all born in the West of Germany or in Germany (3 October 1990), except where stated
23. Can, Emre 12 January 1994 27 DM Bsv Borussia 09 Dortmund 36 1
4. Ginter, Matthias Lukas 19 January 1994 27 CD Borussia VfL 1900 Mönchengladbach 43 2
10. Gnabry, Serge David 14 July 1995 26 M FC Bayern München 25 16
18. Goretzka, Leon Christophe 6 February 1995 26 M FC Bayern München 34 14
20. Gosens, Robinerardus 5 July 1994 26 LWB Atalanta BC, Italy 10 2
21. Gündoğan, İlkay 24 October 1990 30 M Manchester City FC, England 49 11
26. Günter, Christian 28 February 1993 28 LB SC Freiburg 3 0
3. Halstenberg, Marcel 27 September 1991 29 LB RB Leipzig 9 1
7. Havertz, Kai Lukas 11 June 1999 22 AM Chelsea FC, England 17 5
13. Hofman, Jonas 14 July 1992 28 M Borussia VfL 1900 Mönchengladbach 3 0
5. Hummels, Mats Julian 16 December 1988 32 CD Bsv Borussia 09 Dortmund 75 5
6. Kimmich, Joshua Walter 8 February 1995 26 DM FC Bayern München 58 3
16. Klostermann, Lukas Manuel 3 June 1996 25 RB RB Leipzig 9 0
24. Koch, Robin 17 July 1996 24 CD Leeds United FC, England 8 0
8. Kroos, Toni 4 January 1990
in Greifswald, German Democratic Rep.
31 CM Real Madrid FC, Spain 105 17
12. Leno, Bernd 4 March 1992 29 G Arsenal FC, England 8 0
25. Müller, Thomas 13 September 1989 31 AM FC Bayern München 105 39
14. Musiala, Jamal 26 February 2003 18 AM FC Bayern München 4 0
also has England youth level appearances
1. Neuer, Manuel Peter 27 March 1986 35 G FC Bayern München 103 0
17. Neuhaus, Florian Christian 16 March 1997 24 M Borussia VfL 1900 Mönchengladbach 6 2
2. Rüdiger, Antonio 3 March 1993 28 CD Chelsea FC, England 44 1
24. Sané, Leroy Aziz 11 January 1996 25 AM FC Bayern München 33 7
15. Süle, Niklas 3 September 1995 25 CD FC Bayern München 32 1
22. Trapp, Kevin 8 July 1990 30 G Eintracht Frankfurt 5 0
9. Volland, Kevin 30 July 1992 28 F AS de Monaco FC SA, France 13 1
11. Werner, Timo 6 March 1996 25 F Chelsea FC, England 41 16

Squad details correct up to and including Germany's match against Hungary on 23 June 2021.
Tallies taken from DFB


Tuesday, 9 March 2021 - Joachim Löw will step down from his role as Germany manager after this summer's European Championship Finals. The 61 year-old has been in charge since replacing Jurgen Klinsmann in 2006.  He had a contract until the end of the 2022 World Cup but approached the DFB to end it early.

Tuesday, 4 May 2021 - Teams will be allowed to select a 26-player squad instead of 23 at this summer's delayed European Championship Finals. The change has been implemented to lessen the load on players after a club season compressed because of the coronavirus pandemic. It will also help managers adapt if outbreaks occur during the tournament.

Wednesday, 19 May 2021 - Bayern Munich striker Thomas Müller and Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels have been recalled to the Germany squad for Euro 2020. Löw has picked the pair into his 26-man squad, despite having told them in March 2019 that he would never select them again. Müller has scored eleven goals and registered eighteen assists in helping Bayern win the Bundesliga. Hummels won the German Cup with Dortmund. Munich's 18 year-old attacking midfielder Jamal Musiala has also been picked by Löw. Musiala chose to play for Germany over England and Nigeria.

Friday, 21 May 2021 - Bayern Munich's departing manager Hansi Flick says he is close to agreeing a new deal to become the new Germany manager following Euro 2020. Flick announced in April that he was leaving Bayern at the end of the season. He was previously Löw's assistant before stepping down after the 2014 World Cup victory in Brazil.

Tuesday, 25 May 2021 - Bayern Munich's Hansi Flick has agreed a new deal to become the new Germany manager until 2024.

Friday, 28 May 2021 - Many of the German squad begin arriving at the Olympiaregion Seefeld, where they will undergo training sessions.

Sunday, 30 May 2021 - Toni Kroos arrives at the Olympiaregion Seefeld.

Wednesday, 2 June 2021 - Germany 1 Denmark 1 -
Thomas Müller and Mats Hummels made their first appearances for Germany since 2018 as they drew with Denmark. Florian Neuhaus scored the opening goal after a fortunate ricochet in the box. Yussuf Poulsen ran onto Christian Eriksen's through ball to slam in an equaliser with a rare Danish chance. Germany were disappointing - but below strength, with four players yet to join the squad after playing in the Champions League Final and Toni Kroos not yet fully fit after suffering with Covid19.

Thursday, 3 June 2021 - The players that featured in the Champions League Final have arrived at the Olympiaregion Seefeld. Ilkay Gündoğan, Kai Havertz and Timo Werner complete the squad.

Monday, 7 June 2021 - Germany 7 Latvia 1 -
Thomas Müller scored his first international goal in more than two years as Germany crushed Latvia 7-1 in their final Euro 2020 warm-up game. First half strikes by Robin Gosens, Ilkay Gündoğan, Müller, Serge Gnabry and an own goal put the game to bed by the break. Captain Manuel Neuer became the first German goalkeeper to reach 100 appearances. Löw made four changes to the team that drew with Denmark last week.

Thursday, 10 June 2021 -
The German squad have moved into their base camp ahead of Euro 2020. Inspired by their location, Campo Bahia, in Brazil for their successful 2014 campaign, Oliver Bierhoff wants the location's team spirit to resonate. Home Ground in Herzogenaurach, the birthplace of Adidas and Puma, will be home to the squad and training will take place in the Adi-Dassler stadium.

Tuesday, 15 June 2021 - France 1 Germany 0 -
World Champions France started their Euro 2020 campaign with a win over Germany thanks to a Mats Hummels' own goal in a high-quality heavyweight Group F match. Hummels diverted Lucas Hernandez's cross into his own net in the first half of a fascinating contest in Munich. Germany came into the Finals with big questions over their best starting XI as well as their chances of success after an uncharacteristically turbulent few years, but proved competitive finals opponents. Their was a hint that defender Antonio Rüdiger may have bitten the shoulder of Paul Pogba, but replays proved inconclusive.

Wednesday, 16 June 2021 - Several people have been taken to hospital to receive treatment for injuries caused by a protester who parachuted into the Allianz Arena during last night's match. UEFA said 'law authorities will take the necessary action' for what it called a 'reckless and dangerous' act. Debris fell onto the pitch and stands when the parachutist got tangled in wires carrying an overhead camera. The man landed heavily on the pitch.

Saturday, 19 June 2021 - Portugal 2 Germany 4
- Germany got off the mark in style at Euro 2020 as they tore Portugal apart with an impressive attacking performance in Munich to throw group F wide open. Germany's win means both sides now sit on three points, one behind leaders France, heading into the final round of matches. Atalanta wing-back Robin Gosens was the architect with a goal and an assist, earning an ovation from the crowd as he replaced after an hour. Cristiano Ronaldo put the visitors ahead, but two own goals in the space of five first-half minutes flipped an entertaining encounter in Germany's favour, as first Ruben Dias and then Raphael Guerreiro turned into their own net. The influential Gosens laid on a third immediately after the break with an inviting ball that allowed Kai Havertz to tap in from close range, before heading in Germany's fourth himself.

Wednesday, 23 June 2021 - Germany 2 Hungary 2 - Germany will face England in the last 16 after twice coming from behind to knock battling Hungary out of the tournament. Andras Schafer thought he had won it for the Hungarians with a header - 90 seconds after Kai Havertz had equalised - before substitute Leon Goretzka made it 2-2 with six minutes remaining. The first appearance of Jamal Musiala ensures he becomes Germany's youngest player at a Major Tournament Finals.

Germany Form: last six games
L D W L W D  f 15:a 9  success: 50%
- 31 March 2021 -
1 North Macedonia 2 [0-1]
Schauinsland-Reisen-Arena, Duisburg
Pandev, Elmas
- 2 June 2021 - Germany 1 Denmark 1 [0-0]
Tivoli Stadion Tirol, Innsbruck, Austria
- 7 June 2021 - Germany 7 Latvia 1 [5-0]
Merkur Spielarena, Düsseldorf
Gosens, Gündoğan, Müller, Ozols OG, Gnabry, Werner, Sané
- 15 June 2021 - France 1 Germany 0 [4-0]
Allianz Arena, München
Hummels OG ECF HL
- 19 June 2021 - Portugal 2 Germany 4 [0-2]
Allianz Arena, München
Ronaldo, Jota
Dias OG, Guerreiro OG, Havertz, Gossens
- 23 June 2021 - Germany 2 Hungary 2 [1-1]
Allianz Arena, München
Havertz, Goretzka
Szalai, Schäfer