World Cup 2022 – Germany vs Japan: Stream FREE, TV channel, kick-off time for big game in Qatar

    GERMANY kick off their World Cup 2022 campaign in a clash against Group E opponents Japan TODAY!

    The Germans were knocked out in the group stages four years ago at the Russia World Cup so will be looking for a different turnout this time.

    Germany will be hoping to improve on their 2018 World Cup campaign


    Germany will be hoping to improve on their 2018 World Cup campaignCredit: Getty
    Japan are Germany's first opponents of the 2022 World Cup


    Japan are Germany’s first opponents of the 2022 World CupCredit: Getty

    Players like Kai Havertz, Jamal Musiala and Serge Gnabry are now at the forefront of a resurgent German side.

    The four-time World Cup winners are looking to win their first major tournament since their triumph in Brazil in 2014.

    Japan are a tough international side to contend with, however, and will be hoping they can make it to the knockout stages once again.

    They were knocked out at the last-16 stage by Belgium in 2018, lossing 3-2 having been 2-0 up early in the game.


    When is Germany vs Japan?

    • Germany’s big clash with Japan will take place on Wednesday, November 23.
    • The match will kick off at 1pm UK time in the UK.
    • Germany vs Japan will be held in the Khalifa International Stadium in Al Rayyan.
    • The last time the two sides played each other was in 2019 and they drew 2-2.

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    What TV channel is it on and can it be live streamed?

    • Germany vs Japan will be shown live on ITV 1 in the UK.
    • You can live stream the action from the ITV Hub, which is available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.

    Can I watch for FREE?

    Yes, the game is available to watch for FREE in the UK, so long as you have a TV licence.


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