Fresh off their resounding 5-1 win over Scotland, Germany will look to book their spot in the round of 16 with another win when they face Hungary on Wednesday.

With matchday one at the UEFA EURO 2024 tournament now over, the next batch of group stage matches are set to kick off starting on Wednesday, June 19th, and that includes hosts Germany aiming to make it two wins in two matches as they prepare to take on Hungary.

Here's all you need to know.

How can I live stream Germany vs Hungary?

Fans in the United States have plenty of options to live stream Germany vs Hungary, which kicks off at 12 pm EST (9 am PST). Live streaming choices include Foxsports.com and the Fox Sports App, while fuboTV and Sling TV also provide other ways to tune into this game.

Meanwhile, if following matches via radio is your cup of tea, SiriusXM will be providing audio commentary of all matches during UEFA EURO 2024.

Spanish-speakers can check out ViX for live streaming options in their preferred language.

How can I watch Germany vs Hungary on TV?

Viewers in the United States can watch Germany vs Hungary live on Fox Sports 1.

Preview: Germany vs Hungary

Fresh off a resounding 5-1 win over Scotland on matchday one, Germany will be looking to secure their spot in the round of 16 with a game to spare when they face Hungary on Wednesday. After failing to make the grade at recent tournaments, Germany, who are the joint-most successful team in Euro competition history (alongside Spain who have also won three titles), are naturally determined to silence their critics and put on a good show in front of their home fans.

Julian Naglesmann's men were in full control as they cruised to a 5-1 result against a Scotland side who had to play much of the match with ten players, and now, they will turn their attention towards an opponent who were beaten 3-1 in their own tournament opener. The win for Germany set multiple records, including the highest ever opening match in this competition's history, and saw promising youngsters Florian Wirtz and Jamal Musiala both open their respective accounts, while Niclas Fullkrug, Emre Can, and Kai Havertz all grabbed a goal each. 

The wide margin of victory sees Germany on top of Group A ahead of Switzerland, who recorded a 3-1 win against Hungary on matchday one. As such, die Mannschaft are not only in pole position to qualify for the round of 16, but also could do so as group winners depending on the results from the Switzerland vs. Scotland match taking place later on Wednesday.

As for Hungary, they will be bitterly disappointed following their recent 3-1 defeat to Switzerland - especially as it marks only the second defeat they have suffered in their last 13 matches. However, those two losses have come just a few weeks apart, with the first being a 2-1 reversal to Ireland in a pre-tournament friendly. 

Liverpool ace Dominik Szoboszlai was largely kept quiet throughout the clash against Switzerland, and despite providing an assist, his efforts were in vain as it turned out to be a mere consolation. As such, the 23-year-old, who is serving as his team's captain, will be seeking to help inspire his colleagues to try to get something out of this match. Interestingly, Hungary are actually unbeaten in their last three encounters with Germany, albeit they will really need to step it up if they want to have any chance of trying to upset the odds and remain afloat in this summer's competition.

Team news: Germany vs Hungary

Germany: Jonathan Tah and Robert Andrich both earned bookings during Germany's win over Scotland and so will need to be careful here to avoid a potential suspension on matchday three.

Hungary: Both Loic Nego or Callum Styles missed out during the team's loss to Switzerland and are not expected to be in the starting XI for this game.

Match facts: Germany vs Hungary

  • This will be the 38th meeting between Germany and Hungary
  • So far, Germany's record against Hungary is W13 D12 L12
  • Germany are making their 14th Euro appearance this summer, while Hungary are featuring for the fifth time
  • Interestingly, die Mannschaft are unbeaten in their last seven matches played in Stuttgart (W6 D1)

Broadcast info: Germany vs Hungary

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Match details, result and original broadcast info

Germany 2 - 0 Hungary

June 19, 2024 12:00pmStuttgart Arena (Stuttgart)

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