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U.S. Women’s National Team affronts Germany in a friendly on Friday, April 5, 2013; watch USA vs Germany live from 12:15pm EST
Miami Beach, Florida (April 4, 2013) – This week will not end without a feel of women’s soccer. Before Saturday’s Brazil vs Bolivia friendly, a mouth-watering fixture will put the Americans up against the Germans. LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) has listed three channels where USA vs Germany will be live this Friday.
The history between the U.S. WNT and Germany’s women soccer team is one marked with sweat, skill, goals and drama. Both nations will clash at the Sparda Bank Hessen Stadium in Offenbach, Germany. An estimated 20,000 spectators will be seated to watch this international friendly fixture. What more can be said of the Americans and the Germans’ right to be proud when it comes to women’s football?
March 26 marks another round of games in the UEFA World Cup qualifiers; Portugal seek to win first match of the year in Azerbaijan; England eye Group H’s top spot
Miami Beach, Florida (March 24, 2013) – A few days after Friday’s intense UEFA World Cup qualifying action, Europe’s teams will engage in another round of fixtures. The 2014 FIFA World Cup is everyone’s dream but several teams are in better position than others. The road to Brazil is an interesting one for all contenders. Hence, live coverage for the UEFA World Cup qualifiers is huge. Gol TV USA, ESPN Deportes, ESPN3 and Sportsnet World are some of the big channels listed by LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) for the fixtures on Tuesday, March 26, 2013.
Paulo Bento’s team will be in Azerbaijan, looking to add more to the vital point they earned in a 3-3 draw against Israel. What are the Portuguese’s chances of winning in the absence of suspended skipper Cristiano Ronaldo? Watch Azerbaijan vs Portugal live at 13:00 EST on Sportsnet in Canada and on ESPN Deportes or ESPN3 in USA.
The Germans, having played eye catching football on Friday, will look to hold on to the top spot in UEFA Group C of World Cup Qualifying, as they take on Kazakhstan.
Bastian Schweinsteiger is suspended after picking up yet another yellow card last week. Miroslav Klose is out due to a long term injury. Sven Bender has returned to the squad after partly recovering from flu; he had been bedridden for an entire week due to illness. His brother Lars Bender is out…
Germany hoping to finish the week with 13 points in their 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying table; viewers in Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia and Africa can watch the match live
Miami Beach, Florida (March 20, 2013) – Germany are chasing three more points in the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers but the Astana Arena in Kazakhstan – where Austria stumbled to a goalless draw in October 2012 – could prove to be a tricky venue. LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV) gives you information on where to watch the Kazakhstan vs Germany around the world.
Germany are almost untouchable in the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers. If it was not for their mind-boggling 4-4 draw at home to Sweden, the DFB Eleven would be enjoying a perfect run. Still, they seat on top of Group C with a three-point cushion.
However, this advantage is minimal since they have played a game more than Sweden, the Republic of Ireland and Austria in second, third and fourth position respectively. The Germans will be looking to boost their morale with victory in Astana this Friday.
Top of UEFA Group C in FIFA World Cup Qualification, the Germans, no longer the crème de la crème of European football, takes on fifth placed Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan has a full squad to choose from in this match. Joachim Löw can only wish for a full strength squad. Firstly, Marco Reus is suspended. Miroslav Klose is still recovering from a long term injury, leaving Mario Gomez as the only recognized center forward in the squad.
Holger Badstuber is also recovering from a long term injury.…
African Cup of nations has made a lot of difference in the latest FIFA rankings, both the finalists have climbed several spots in the latest FIFA rankings.
The FIFA rankings can make a huge difference. Indian skipper in Sunil Chhetri was denied a work permit after he signed a contract with QPR because India are not ranked inside 70 by FIFA.
According to the latest FIFA rankings the reigning World Cup winners in Spain continue to lead the pack. Spain have a lead of 153 points over Germany, who are ranked second in the rankings.
Argentina are ranked third and are further 156 points behind Germany. England have climbed the ladder jumping 2 places, they are ranked fourth in the rankings.
Italy occupies the fifth place followed by Colombia and Portugal.
Netherlands, Croatia and Russia make up the top ten.
The recently concluded African Cup of Nations was really helpful for some countries. Nigeria won the tournament and have climbed several places because of the same.
Two of the powerhouses in European football take on each other in a huge test for the players on Wednesday.
France’s Raphael Varane had to pull out of the squad due to injury. He was replaced by Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa of Newcastle. Germany has had a whole host of withdrawals due to injury. Miroslav Klose’s injury against Genoa when playing for Lazio saw him ruled out for two months. Bastian Schweinsteiger…
February 6 dedicated to international fixtures; England vs Brazil, Spain vs Uruguay, Sweden vs Argentina and several much-anticipated matches to receive huge live television coverage.
Miami Beach, Florida (February 5, 2013) – LiveSoccerTV.com has ensured its users with top quality information on live and repeat television broadcast listings in over 80 countries worldwide ahead of tomorrow’s international friendly matches across the globe.
Soccer fans have been treated with intense club football action since the beginning of the year. On February 6, players will don their country’s colours as a host of national teams keep building plans ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
Big guns from South America and Europe are set to engage in thrilling friendly matches. Seven of the most gigantic clashes are Spain vs Uruguay, Netherlands vs Italy, Sweden vs Argentina, England vs Brazil, France vs Germany, Portugal vs Ecuador and Ireland Republic vs Poland.
It is official. Pep Guardiola will coach in Germany next season and not in England. The ex-Barcelona manager has chosen Bayern Munich over Chelsea and all other interested clubs.
The 41-year-old is one of world football’s most successful managers having led the Blaugrana to 14 cup triumphs in four years. The former Spanish international left Camp Nou last year after admitting that he felt worn out by the amount of pressure and responsibilities related to his job.
Pep Guardiola announced his decision to take a one-year break. In the meantime, speculations in the English media strongly linked him to clubs like Chelsea, Manchester City and even Manchester United where Sir Alex Ferguson is the boss since 1986.
During the 2012 FIFA Ballon d’Or Gala on January 7, Guardiola confirmed his plan to return to football this year. On Wednesday, Bayern Munich declared their capture of the two-time UEFA Champions League winning coach.
As Lionel Messi digests his historic Ballon d’Or feat as the king of world football for the fourth consecutive year, he has taken the time to thank Gerd Müller.
Thanks to a brace against Real Betis in La Liga on 9 December 2012, the Argentine broke Gerd Müller’s 40-year record of 85 goals in a calendar year.
Messi went on to add a few more strikes to his astonishing tally before the Christmas break. He finished the year 2012 with a total of 91 goals. Offering respect to Germany’s former goal poacher, Argentina’s Lionel Messi issued a signed shirt which reads:
“For Gerd Muller, with my respect and admiration. A hug. Leo”
On January 7, the Barcelona man racked up 41.6% of the votes to scoop his fourth Ballon d’Or award in Zurich, Switzerland. Messi will have the opportunity to continue his goal scoring spree this Thursday as Barcelona welcome Cordoba in the Spanish Copa del Rey.
Watch Round 3 of the DFB Pokal. Get the full DFB Pokal TV listings for USA, UK and Canada.
Get your printable guide – DFB Pokal Last 16
The seventieth season of Germany’s annual football cup tournament is into its third round. Eight matches will take place across the country with giants Bayern Munich among the clubs looking to dethrone champions Borussia Dortmund who will be away to Hannover 96.
Struggling Schalke sacked Huub Stevens last week and now have Jens Keller in place as coach. The latter will be happy to see his new club go past Mainz 05 on Tuesday. Elsewhere, Wolfsburg will try their luck to upset Bayer Leverkusen almost ten days after defeating Borussia Dortmund 3-2 in the German Bundesliga. How big is the space for upsets in the Last 16 of the DFB Pokal?
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Watch German Bundesliga football on Matchday 12. Get the full German Bundesliga TV listings for USA, UK and Canada.
German Bundesliga TV Listing Matchday 12 - Soccer TV listings printable guide
After Germany’s national team drew blank with the Netherlands in a dull friendly encounter, fans of German football can look forward to a flurry of goals on Matchday 12 of the Bundesliga. There will be no match on Friday. On Saturday, seven fixtures will take place – six of which will kick-off simultaneously.
To cap off a pulsating afternoon on November 17, Bayer Leverkusen will host Schalke 04 at 17:30 GMT. The visitors could be 10 points behind league leaders Bayern Munich by then. Meanwhile, Bayer Leverkusen could end Matchday 12 in third place.
This round’s final two matches will come up on Sunday with Werder Bremen and Hoffenheim involved in home battles.
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Two old foes, Germany and Netherlands, are set to renew their rivalry in Amsterdam on Wednesday.
Plenty of players including a trio from Bayern withdrew from the Germany squad. Bastian Schweinsteiger and Toni Kroos have been ruled out due to infections. The Bayern central defender, Jerome Boateng, is out with a hamstring problem and will not been seen on the pitch for at-least the next two weeks. Marcel Schmelzer, the Dortmund left-back…
FOX Soccer to air U.S. Women's National Team Fan Tribute Tour match, live this Saturday
FOX Soccer is set to air its first match from the U.S. Women’s National Team Fan Tribute Tour, presented by Panasonic, live this Saturday at 6:30 PM ET. The match features the world’s current FIFA Women’s World Ranking No. 1 and No. 2 teams, as the U.S. Women’s National Team, helmed by Captain Christie Rampone, faces Germany from Chicago’s Toyota Park.
“As the future home of the 2015 and 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cups, FOX Soccer is very excited to showcase the U.S. Women’s National Team in such a great matchup here in the U.S.,” said David Nathanson, Executive Vice President and General Manager, FOX Soccer. “These two teams feature some of the best talent in the sport today, and viewers will be treated to a very entertaining game.”
Germany welcomes Sweden to Berlin after demolishing the Republic of Ireland in Dublin on Friday.
Six goals went into the Irish net as Germany produced their best display since the defeat of Greece in the Euros. There had been a rare mini-crisis prior to the match following Bastian Schweinsteiger’s comments about lack of support in the side for each other. Schweinsteiger never apologized for his comments.
Perhaps Bastian Schweinsteiger’s words inspired the team. Germany was at their imperious best. They treated their fans (and the Irish fans) to some wonderful goals. Marco Reus got the party started with an outstanding double. Mesut Özil scored one from the spot. Miroslav Klose added one from a tight angle in his 125th cap. Toni Kroos scored a memorable double from distance to cap off a miserable night for the Irish.
Germany takes on Republic of Ireland in Group C in their next World Cup qualifier.
The news surrounding this match has had more to do with injuries than with the match itself. Ireland has a longer list of injuries than does Germany. Sean St Ledger, Glenn Whelan, James McClean and Kevin Doyle have joined inspirational defender Richard Dunne on the sidelines. To cover for their absences, coach Giovanni Trapattoni has called up Ciaran Clark of Aston Villa, David Meyler of Sunderland and Robbie Brady of Manchester United.
For Germany, Mats Hummels is out after picking up an injury in midweek against Manchester City. He played on the weekend against Hannover and only aggravated his problem. Ilkay Gündogan is set for a lengthy period on the sidelines after having picked up an injury against City and has been ruled out of the Germany squad too. Lars Bender of Leverkusen pulled up on Saturday and has been left out. His brother Sven might have been a replacement but is injured once again.
Austria is yet to kick off their qualifying campaign. Their first opponent will be a familiar foe in the form of Germany.
The teams were paired together in Euro 2012 qualifying. In Vienna in the qualifying round, Germany almost became unstuck. They were set to lose their first points of the campaign. Mario Gomez opened the scoring but an own goal from Arne Friedrich brought Austria back into the match. A dramatic winner in the 90th minute from Gomez saw the post receive a kiss from him. Germany was rewarded with three points.
The return in Germany was over before it really began. Germany was already three goals to the good before Marko Arnautovic scored one at the end of the first half. Germany added three more in the second half to see off Austria quite easily, 6-2. One thing is for sure though- there will be no more last minute heroics from Gomez in this one.
Seven of Top 10 Ranked Teams; First Series of Matches in the European Zone’s 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualification; FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Final
ESPN’s presentation of this month’s FIFA International match dates will feature a schedule of 43 matches beginning Friday, Sept. 7, through Tuesday, Sept. 11, highlighted by the second leg of a home and away USA vs. Jamaica 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying series on Tuesday, Sept. 11, at 8 p.m. ET, live on ESPN2 and WatchESPN from the Crew Stadium in Columbus, Ohio.
ESPN’s lead play-by-play commentator Ian Darke, analyst Taylor Twellman and sideline reporter Mónica González will call the U.S.--Jamaica match. Host Bob Ley and analysts Alexi Lalas and Kasey Keller will provide studio commentary from ESPN Bristol studio.
Set your eyes on Europe this Friday as multiple World Cup qualifying matches take place across the continent. Watch the games live on September 7, 2012.
Captain Cristiano Ronaldo has captured all the focus of the media on Portugal’s squad ahead of this encounter. Last weekend, the 27-year-old attacker revealed that there are on-going problems between him and his club, Real Madrid. While football experts have been busy discussing the statement, Ronaldo’s attention has switched to September’s World Cup qualifiers.
The number 7 star is eager to inspire Portugal on the road to Brazil after a rather successful Euro 2012 adventure. The field in Luxembourg could offer Cristiano Ronaldo a platform to score goals and eventually compete for the World Cup qualifying top scorer title.
Here is a guide to some of the top World Cup qualifying matches that will be taking place this Friday, September 7, 2012. Click here to see where to watch Luxembourg vs Portugal, Moldova vs England, Bulgaria vs Italy, Netherlands vs Turkey and more:
In the past six years, Germany has been present in each of the four semi-finals of the major international tournaments. The statistic that matters most now is that in the past four tournaments, Germany has reached just one final- they failed to win that one.
Joachim Löw’s side has small glitches that need to be addressed immediately. It is the small details that need to be worked on in order to make a good team into a great one, if not a historic one. Here are five changes that Low must make before World Cup 2014:
The Integration of a Left-back/Right-back :
Germany has only…