Main menu


The German national team concludes its preparations for "Euro 2020" in Latvia tonight

The German national team, led by coach Joachim Loew, will meet his Latvian counterpart at 9:15 pm today, Monday, at the Esprit Arena, in the last friendly match for the Germans in preparation for the start of the next edition of the European Nations Cup "Euro 2020", scheduled to be held during From the 11th of June to the 11th of July.

The German national team tied with its Danish counterpart 1-1 during the first friendly match for the machines that brought the two teams together on Wednesday at the "Tivoli" stadium in Germany, in preparation for the Euro 2020 tournament.

The German national team is scheduled to leave Dusseldorf, where it is playing in Latvia, to Herzogenaurach, southern Germany, to enter the European Nations camp.

The German national team is located in the sixth group of the European Nations 2020, which was called the group of death, which includes the teams of France, Portugal and Hungary.

For his part, Germany coach Joachim Loew said in a press conference, "So far I can't reach results from our training camp, because our preparations are continuing."

The Germany coach added, "Of course we have taken a step forward, but we also need to improve. Next week we will continue to work to achieve more stability and strength."

And Joachim Loew added, “Latvia’s face is a last test against France because many players did not have enough opportunity to prepare due to their participation in the Champions League final.”

The German coach continued, "I plan to make some changes because the players of the English teams Manchester City and Chelsea, who participated in the Champions League final, should not be tired."

"We have a control over some aspects, but we don't want to risk injuries to those players who have had a short rest after playing a lot of matches this season," the Germany coach added.

And the German coach continued, "Manuel Neuer will play tomorrow and achieve his 100th international match. This is a very special number."

On the position of Leon Goretzka, Loew commented, "He has not completed any training for the team, he will definitely need a few more days, he will probably not be ready for the first match."