Germany vs France Live Score and Live Stream


Germany played France in a friendly match on September 12. The match kicked off 19:00 UTC. Germany won 2-1.

Thomas Muller scored the first goal on the 4th minute of the game followed by goals from Leroy Sane and Antoine Griezmann who made the final score 2-1.

Germany national football team and France national football team meet again 2 years after the Group F match which France won 1-0. Germany national football team are on a poor run of form as they're approaching this clash after defeats from Japan, Colombia and Poland failing to register a single victory in their past 5 games. The coach and the players will probably put extra effort in the defense as they have been conceding goals for 5 consecutive matches now.

France national football team, on the other hand, are approaching the match in a good mood securing victories in 5 straight games against Ireland, Greece, Gibraltar, Ireland and Netherlands. They have been flawless defensively having 5 consecutive clean sheets.

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Live Streaming

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We are updating team formations and line-ups for Germany - France in real time.

Germany kicked off the game with Marc-Andre ter Stegen, Antonio Rudiger, Jonathan Tah, Niklas Sule, Benjamin Henrichs who got substituted by Robin Gosens on the 78th minute, Emre Can, Ilkay Gundogan who got substituted by Pascal Gross on the 25th minute, Serge Gnabry who got substituted by Julian Brandt on the 64th minute, Florian Wirtz who got substituted by Jonas Hofmann on the 78th minute, Leroy Sane and Thomas Muller who got substituted by Kai Havertz on the 64th minute as starters, with Oliver Baumann, Julian Brandt, Robin Gosens, Pascal Gross, Kai Havertz, Jonas Hofmann, Joshua Kimmich, Felix Nmecha, Kevin Schade, Nico Schlotterbeck, Malick Thiaw and Kevin Trapp on the bench.

France's starting eleven were Mike Maignan, Theo Hernandez, Jean-Clair Todibo, William Saliba, Benjamin Pavard who got substituted by Jules Kounde on the 65th minute, Eduardo Camavinga, Adrien Rabiot who got substituted by Youssouf Fofana on the 78th minute, Kingsley Coman who got substituted by Ousmane Dembele on the 64th minute, Aurelien Tchouameni, Antoine Griezmann and Randal Kolo Muani who got substituted by Marcus Thuram on the 64th minute, with Alphonse Areola, Ousmane Dembele, Axel Disasi, Youssouf Fofana, Lucas Hernandez, Boubacar Kamara, Jules Kounde, Kylian Mbappe, Brice Samba, Marcus Thuram and Dayot Upamecano on the bench.

Referee showed the yellow card twice throughout the game. Pascal Gross and Antonio Rudiger were the ones to receive it.


Explore stats from Germany vs France on ScoreBat - we are updating the numbers on this page every second of the game.


Germany and France have met 5 times since July 2016. 2 matches ended in a draw while France have won 3 times. The most recent match between them took place on June 15, 2021 at the Group F of Euro-2020 where France won 1-0. Germany have scored 3 goals in these 5 head-to-head matches in total while France have scored 7. So, overall, France have a better head-to-head record against Germany in their recent history.

Recent Form

Germany are on a losing streak - they have lost to Japan, Colombia and Poland in their previous 3 matches while France are on a winning streak - they have won Ireland, Greece, Gibraltar and Netherlands in their previous 5 matches. Overall, Germany have won 7 of their last 20 matches, losing 6 and drawing 7, while France have won 13 of their last 20 matches, losing 5 and drawing 2.

Germany have won once (2-0 against Peru on 25th of March), lost 4 times (1-4 against Japan on 9th of September, 0-2 against Colombia on 20th of June, 1-0 against Poland on 16th of June and 2-3 against Belgium on 28th of March) and drew once (3-3 against Ukraine on 12th of June) in their most recent 6 matches.

France have won 5 times (2-0 against Ireland on 7th of September, 1-0 against Greece on 19th of June, 0-3 against Gibraltar on 16th of June, 0-1 against Ireland on 27th of March and 4-0 against Netherlands on 24th of March) and lost once (3-3 against Argentina on 18th of December) in their most recent 6 matches.

Team Streaks

  • France haven't played a draw in their previous 15 matches.
  • Germany have gone 5 consecutive matches without a clean sheet.
  • Germany have conceded two or more goals in their previous 4 home matches.

Video Highlights

We are adding goal videos and full video highlights of the match between Germany and France in real time. You can watch the goals by Thomas Muller, Leroy Sane and Antoine Griezmann as the videos of the goals are added usually minutes after the actual event if there are any official videos available. Full video highlights of Germany - France are being added as they become available on the official social media channels of the league or the teams.

Live Commentary

  1. Full Time
    Match ends. Germany 2, France 1.
  2. 89'
    2 - 1
    Antoine Griezmann scores from the penalty spot for France making the score 2 - 1.
  3. 87'
    2 - 0
    Leroy Sane scores for Germany, assisted by Kai Havertz.
  4. 78'
    Substitution for France. Youssouf Fofana replaces Adrien Rabiot
  5. 78'
    Substitution for Germany. Jonas Hofmann replaces Florian Wirtz
  6. 78'
    Substitution for Germany. Robin Gosens replaces Benjamin Henrichs
  7. 65'
    Substitution for France. Jules Kounde replaces Benjamin Pavard
  8. 64'
    Substitution for France. Marcus Thuram replaces Randal Kolo Muani
  9. 64'
    Substitution for France. Ousmane Dembele replaces Kingsley Coman
  10. 64'
    Substitution for Germany. Kai Havertz replaces Thomas Muller
  11. 64'
    Substitution for Germany. Julian Brandt replaces Serge Gnabry
  12. 55'
    Antonio Rudiger is shown the yellow card.
  13. Kick-off
    Second half begins
  14. Half Time - 1 : 0
    First half ends.
  15. 42'
    Pascal Gross is shown the yellow card.
  16. 25'
    Substitution for Germany. Pascal Gross replaces Ilkay Gundogan
  17. 4'
    1 - 0
    Thomas Muller scores for Germany, assisted by Benjamin Henrichs.
  18. Kick-off
    First half begins