During the last six European Championships in football for women Germany has lifted the trophy after the final. Will the German ladies manage to do so again?
Some people would say that Norway has a big chance to win the tournament, after all they have the super player Ada Hegerberg in their team. It is true that Ada Hegerberg is a great player, but if you look at the German squad you will not only see one great player, but lots. The most famous might be Anja Mittag, but besides here the squad consist of super players such as Mandy Islacker, Marozsán, Leonie Maier, Isabel Kerschowski and Almuth Schult.
Some might even say that Ada Hegerberg was voted the best footballers in the world because of all her goals, but the person and the brain behind the goals was the Lyon midfielder Dzsenifer Marozsán. And guess what, she plays for Germany.
Based on all of this, we are really sure that Germany will perform well in the tournament, and hopefully they will end up winning for the seventh time in a row.
Do you want to cheer for Germany?
If you want to cheer for Germany, then the best way to do so is by visiting one of the stadiums at which the team will play. You can buy tickets for the matches here. For a full schedule of the tournament, and more information about how you can watch the event on a local TV station (or online), check this article in the IP Address Guide.
In Germany the event will be broadcasted by DasErste and ZDF, and you can find out more about how to stream German TV abroad at the following site. The article we refer to is in German, but if you want to stream the event on German TV, that should not cause much trouble for you.
When will Germany play?
Germany will play their opening match against Sweden on July 17th at 20.45. Their next match will be against Italy on July 21st, and then their final match against Russia on July 25th.
You can stream all these matches at the combination of ZDF and DasErste.