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Germany vs. Ukraine international friendly free live stream (6/12/23): How to watch, time, channel. Germany will take on Ukraine in an international friendly match on Monday at noon. This match has extra meaning. This marks the 1,000th international match for Germany’s senior men’s national team and they’re doing it for charity to support Ukraine after Russia’s invasion.
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DFB president Bernd Neuendorf said, “We want to use it to send a clear signal for peace and international understanding and against war and destruction.”
Monday afternoon’s game will air on TV via FOX Sports 2. Fans can also this match for free by signing up for a trial of fuboTV.
European Championship hosts Germany return to action with a home friendly against Ukraine - a clash that should be useful for the Ukrainians as they prepare for their next Euro 2024 qualifier, against North Macedonia on Friday 16 June.
What time does Germany vs Ukraine start?
The game between Germany and Ukraine will be played at the Weserstadion in Bremen on Monday, June 12, 2023, with kick off at 12 noon ET/9 a.m. PT.
Germany will play their 1,000th international match Monday when they host Ukraine in an international friendly. With Germany hosting the 2024 European Championships, they don't have to qualify, so they are trying to stay sharp with friendly matchups. They'll visit Warsaw on Friday to face Poland before hosting Colombia in Gelsenkirchen the following Monday. Ukraine continue their Euro Qualifying campaign on Friday against North Macedonia and will be breaking in new manager Serhiy Rebrov, a former national team striker who is under contract through the 2026 World Cup. These teams have met eight times before, most recently a 3-1 Germany victory in the 2020 Nations League.
Kickoff at Weser Stadium in Bremen, Germany is set for noon ET. The Germans are -320 favorites (risk $320 to win $100) in Caesars Sportsbook's latest Germany vs. Ukraine odds. Ukraine are +750 underdogs, a draw is priced at +380, and the over/under for total goals scored is 3.5. Before you lock in any Ukraine vs. Germany picks, be sure to check out what proven SportsLine soccer insider Martin Green is saying.
Manager Hansi Flick will be missing a couple of key pieces but will have a strong core of talent. Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka and Leroy Sane, who helped lead the powerful Bayern Munich teams led by Flick, should be the heart of it. Thomas Muller and Serge Gnabry aren't on the squad, and Ilkay Gundogan played in Saturday's Champions League final with Manchester City. Still, the likes of Timo Werner, Kai Havertz and Niclas Fullkrug can lead an attack that should trouble Ukraine.
Werner is an established national team star, and his 24 international goals are most on the team. Gundogan has 17 but is unlikely to play before Friday, and Havertz has 12. Fullkrug has 35 league goals over the past two seasons playing in this stadium with Werder Bremen. The Germans also have a stout defense led by Antonio Rudiger and Matthias Ginter. No. 1 goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen led La Liga with 26 clean sheets in 38 matches for league champion Barcelona. See which team to pick here.
After the Ukrainians failed to qualify for the 2022 World Cup, Rebrov will want to make his mark in his debut. He has an experienced roster, even without key playmaker Oleksandr Zinchenko and striker Roman Yaremchuk, who are both injured. Captain Andriy Yarmolenko and fellow veteran Ruslan Malinovskyi will be joined by young star Mykhail Mudryk in the midfield. Yarmolenko, now playing in Abu Dhabi, has 45 goals in 112 matches with the national team.
Germany haven't been the dominant team of the past, going 12-6-3 since Flick returned as manager. They lost 3-2 to Belgium in their most recent match, a friendly on March 28. Ukraine come off a 2-0 loss to England in Euro 2024 Qualifying but went 3-2-1 in League B of the 2022-23 Nations League. They scored 10 goals and conceded four but finished second in their group. Ukraine have five defenders who have at least 24 appearances for the national team. See which team to pick here.
Ukraine appointed former Tottenham striker Serhiy Rebrov as coach of the men’s national soccer team on Wednesday as it aims to qualify for next year’s European Championship despite being unable to play at home because of the Russian invasion.
Rebrov, who signed a three-year contract, is the first permanent coach since Oleksandr Petrakov left in January and joined Armenia. Ukraine missed out on qualifying for last year’s World Cup under Petrakov, losing to Wales in the playoffs. Ruslan Rotan had been in interim charge for the 2-0 loss to England in March.
Rebrov played for teams including Dynamo Kyiv, West Ham and Tottenham during his career and has coached in the Ukrainian, Saudi Arabian and Hungarian leagues, with his most recent job being with Al-Ain in the United Arab Emirates.
His first game in charge will be a charity friendly against Germany on Monday before European Championship qualifiers against North Macedonia on June 16 and Malta three days later.
Ukraine has played all of its games outside of the country since Russian troops invaded last year.
Germany is loading up its pre-European Championships schedules with international friendlies beginning early Monday with a contest against Ukraine that is set for an 11:50 a.m. ET kickoff. Germany is hosting the European Championships and gains automatic qualification, but Ukraine looks to sharpen its game for a run to qualify for the event.
The Germany-Ukraine friendly is set to air on Fox Sports 2 with a live stream available through FuboTV, which offers a 7-day free trial for its services. A live stream of the match can also be found on DirecTV Stream (5-day free trial).
Germany was last in action for a pair of international friendlies in March with a 3-2 loss to Belgium and a 2-0 victory over Peru. The Germans were ousted from the 2022 World Cup in the group stage with a 1-1-1 record that began with a surprising 2-1 loss to Japan in their opening match. Germany will look to get back on track beginning with Monday’s match against Ukraine.
Ukraine kicked off its European Championships qualifying in March with a 2-0 loss to England at Wembley Stadium. Harry Kane and Bukayo Saka both found the back of the net in the first half to stake England to a 2-0 halftime advantage.