News : World Cup qualification 2022 in live stream and TV: Löw starts with Havertz and Can against Iceland
After a long break, the German national team has to qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Under coach Jogi Löw, the DFB-Elf at first against Iceland, Romania, North Macedonia, Liechtenstein and Armenia show what it can do. The qualifying games are exciting in two ways: On the one hand, the DFB selection must qualify, and on the other hand, individual players can prove themselves – and national coach Löw gives an indication of who he will prefer to use at the 2021 European Championship. When, how and where you can watch the World Cup qualifiers in Live stream and watch TV, find out here.
Germany vs. Iceland! Watch the World Cup qualifiers of the DFB-Elf in live stream and TV
Good news for football fans: the private broadcaster RTL broadcasts the games of the German DFB selection for the 2022 World Cup qualification on free TV. RTL starts with the game Germany against Iceland, which will be broadcast live on March 25, 2021 at 8.45 p.m.
If you don’t have a cable or satellite connection, you don’t need to be sad, because the qualifying games of the national team can be followed via live stream on TVNow. There you can also stream the games afterwards. A TVNow subscription costs 4.99 per month. Here it goes toTVNow.
Even with the sports streaming provider DAZN you can follow the World Cup qualification in the live stream and subsequently in the stream. Click here for the streaming serviceDAZN.
Football World Cup 2022: Probable lineups for Germany vs. Iceland in the World Cup qualifiers
Probable teams, Germany – Iceland (World Cup qualification, group J, Thursday, 8.45 p.m. / RTL)
Germany: Neuer (Bayern Munich / 34 years / 96 international matches) – Klostermann (RB Leipzig / 24/10), Ginter (Borussia Mönchengladbach / 27/35), Rüdiger (FC Chelsea / 28/37), Max (PSV Eindhoven / 27 / 3) – Goretzka (Bayern Munich / 26/29), Kimmich (Bayern Munich / 26/50), Gündogan (Manchester City / 30/42) – Sané (Bayern Munich / 25/25), Gnabry (Bayern Munich / 25 / 17), Werner (Chelsea FC / 25/35)
Iceland: Halldorsson (Valur Reykjavik / 36/74) – Skulason (Oostende / 33/77), Magnusson (CSKA Moscow / 28/34), Ragnar Sigurdsson (Ruch Lviw / 34/97), Ingason (Paok Thessaloniki / 27/36) , Saevarsson (Valur Reykjavik / 36/95) – Palsson (Darmstadt 98/29/23), Gunnarsson (Al-Arabi / 31/91) – Arnor Sigurdsson (CSKA Moscow / 21/11) – Bödvarsson (Millwall / 28/55 ), Johann Berg Gudmundsson (Burnley / 30/77)
referee: Jovanovic (Serbia)
Germany against Iceland in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers – who will win?
The start of the qualification will be the game between Germany and Iceland on March 25th, 2021 at 8.45 p.m. According to experts, the chances for the German national team to emerge victorious from the game are good. So far, Germany has faced Iceland four times, and the Germans have won three times. However, since autumn 2003 the two countries have not competed against each other. The Scandinavians are well remembered in the European Championship 2016, when they not only came surprisingly far, but also made a name for themselves with their victory ritual (“Huh! Huh! Huh!”). The Viking descendants could not qualify for the EM 2021. They lost against the stronger Hungarians.
World Cup qualification 2022: Schedule of the German national team
|03/25/2021||8.45 p.m.||Germany – Iceland||Duisburg|
|March 28, 2021||8.45 p.m.||Germany – Romania||Bucharest|
|March 31, 2021||8.45 p.m.||Germany – North Macedonia||Duisburg|
|02.09.2021||8.45 p.m.||Germany – Liechtenstein||St. Gallen|
|05.09.2021||8.45 p.m.||Germany – Armenia||still open|
|09/08/2021||8.45 p.m.||Germany – Iceland||Reykjavik|
|08/10/2021||8.45 p.m.||Germany – Romania||still open|
|10/11/2021||8.45 p.m.||Germany – North Macedonia||still open|
|11/11/2021||8.45 p.m.||Germany – Liechtenstein||still open|
|11/14/2021||6 p.m.||Germany – Armenia||still open|
World Cup qualification: This is how Germany is doing in the fight for the World Cup
How the German national team is doing in the World Cup qualification, you can read here in our ticker.
+++ 25.03.2021: Löw starts with Havertz and Can in the starting eleven in World Cup qualification +++
The German Soccer-National team starts with Chelsea professional Kai Havertz and Dortmund’s Emre Can in the starting eleven in the World Cup qualification. National coach Joachim Löw offers the 21-year-old Havertz on Thursday evening in Duisburg on the offensive instead of his club colleague Timo Werner. Serge Gnabry and Leroy Sané from Munich complement the attack.
The strong Dortmund Can is used on the defensive. As expected, Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka and Ilkay Gündogan, who has been playing brilliantly at Manchester City for a long time, form the heart of the midfield.
After a positive Corona test, Jonas Hofmann from Gladbach had to leave the DFB team. Marcel Halstenberg is also missing Löw in the three games against Iceland, Romania and North Macedonia. The Leipziger was classified by the health authorities as a first-degree contact person to Hofmann and must also go into quarantine.
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