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The Qatar World Cup 2022 is one of the most exciting upcoming events in world football. The World Cup is a time when everyone gathers in celebration and support for their national teams, making for a truly unforgettable football experience for die-hard fans or those simply looking to have a good time. Secure your Qatar World Cup tickets and support Germany in this exciting competition by securing your Germany World Cup 2022 tickets with Football Ticket Pad today.

From across the world, various nations will come together for football festivities as the most talented players from each team face off on one of the biggest stages in sports. With a blend of experience and blistering youth, the German national football team are tipped to be one of the favourites to win the Qatar World Cup as they seek retribution after the Euros. Will their world-class stars be enough to go on and win the competition? Only time will tell.

During the previous international football tournament, the Euros 2020 tournament. Germany fell short after finishing second in their group, being defeated by England in the Round of 16 2-0 in an exhilarating game. Although this was considered an upset by some fans at the time, Germany can hold their heads up high as they were knocked out by a brilliant England team who managed to make it to the final - ultimately falling short at the final hurdle as they lost to Italy on penalties.

The German side is the joint-second highest holders of the acclaimed World Cup trophy. Having won it an incredible four times (along with Italy) with Brazil currently leading with five. Germany won the prestigious competition in 1954, 1974, 1990 and 2014. The 2014 win was especially interesting as the Assistant Manager for that win was Hansi Flick.

Hansi Flick has been appointed as the manager for Germany during this competition and his recent success with Bayern Munich bolds well for the German national side. In the 2019-2020 season, Hansi Flick and Bayern Munich won the UEFA Champions League along with the Super Cup as well as the Club World Cup. You may recall the Quarter Final fixture against Barcelona which resulted in a shocking 8-2 victory for Flicks’ side. Hansi Flick is known to play a suffocating style of football where he presses the opposition into releasing the ball and bursting with an exhilarating pace.

With being the manager for Germany during this World Cup and many players of the German national time having been managed under him before while playing for Bayern Munich. It won’t take long for players to adapt to his style of aggressive football.

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Germany Away tickets

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23rd November
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Germany v Japan
Khalifa International Stadium
FIFA World Cup 2022
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27th November
19:00
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Spain v Germany
Al Bayt Stadium
FIFA World Cup 2022
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01st December
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Costa Rica/New Zealand vs Germany - Group Stage - Fifa World Cup 2022
Al Bayt Stadium
FIFA World Cup 2022
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  • Road To Qatar World Cup 2022

    This will mark Germany’s 20th appearance in a World Cup tournament, and their journey to appear in the Qatar 2022 World Cup was a fairly easy one, to say the least. Germany was able to secure a place at this years’ World Cup by only losing 1 game during the 10 qualifying games. This defeat occurred during the 3rd qualifying match against North Macedonia. During this fixture, North Macedonia was able to make the most of their 30% possession and capitalising just as the half-time whistle blew. Germany was able to pull it back to 1-1 shortly into the second half, however, the deciding blow came from Elif Elmas in the dying minutes of the game. Scoring the winning goal with just 5 minutes left of normal play remaining.

    Germany’s most substantial victory occurred during their 9th fixture against Liechtenstein as the final whistle blew a 9-0 victory for the Germans. Capitulation occurred during the 9th minute as Jens Hofer was sent off for Liechtenstein after just 9 minutes of play. With İlkay Gündoğan scoring the penalty. Shortly after, Daniel Kaufmann for Liechtenstein sent Germany 2-0 with an unfortunate own goal. However, their misfortunes didn’t stop there as during the 22nd and 23rd minute - Leroy Sane and Marco Reus both scored within 60 seconds of each other, giving Germany a comfortable 4-0 lead. The second half was also not a good time for Liechtenstein as they conceded another 5 goals over the remaining 45 minutes - with the final scoreline being 9-0.

    With this being Germany’s 20th appearance in this famous competition, Germany is often a star attraction and a fan favourite for neutrals due to their world-class talents. Having Hansi Flick as the manager of the German national side will surely bode well with his aggressive style of football.

    If Germany can manage to blend their experienced legends along with their world-class potential superstars, Germany have the opportunity to make it far in the Qatar World Cup 2022. Of course, only time will tell, however, but you shouldn’t have them written off early on in this year’s competition.

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  • Key Players

    Who is expected to be playing in the World Cup for Germany? Keep reading to find out which German stars you could be watching with your Qatar World Cup Tickets.

    Experienced Veterans

    Germany are graced will world-class talent across multiple positions, that is no secret. It’s also no secret that some of these players are veterans of the beautiful game who have won pretty much everything there is to win.

    Players such as Thomas Muller, an attacker who has seemingly gotten even better by each passing year. Although not the quickest attacking threat - his spatial awareness and ability to intelligently read the game multiple steps ahead of others is nothing short of frightening. Due to his lack of pace, he adapted a more ‘fox in the box’ style of play where you can be sure he will find a way to bury the ball in the back of the net. Muller has also been managed under Flick before, meaning that Muller can inflict Flick’s style of play into other players who have not been coached by him before.

    İlkay Gündoğan is another veteran of the game. Dominating the midfield area for teams such as Borussia Dortmund and his current team of Manchester City. Gündoğan has 54 caps for Germany and has scored 14 goals for his country. Making him a viable threat to break up the lines of play and opening spaces for attackers to exploit.

    Safe Pair Of Hands:

    Manuel Neuer is likely to retain his position for Germany as he has proved time and again that he is one of the world’s best goalkeepers. Although maybe not at the level he once was - no doubt having him between the posts will surely make managers feel safer against opposition attacking threats. Neuer currently has 108 caps for Germany and most of his domestic career, he has served to play for Bayern Munich. Similar to Muller - Neuer has experience working under Flick already so he is sure to impose Flick’s style of play.

    Blistering Pace:

    Players such as Leroy Sane and Serge Gnabry provide a shocking amount of pace to Germany’s attacking play. Charging down both wings to get in behind opposition defence - both of these players have proven on a domestic level that they can truly impact the outcome of a match.

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Road To Qatar World Cup 2022

This will mark Germany’s 20th appearance in a World Cup tournament, and their journey to appear in the Qatar 2022 World Cup was a fairly easy one, to say the least. Germany was able to secure a place at this years’ World Cup by only losing 1 game during the 10 qualifying games. This defeat occurred during the 3rd qualifying match against North Macedonia. During this fixture, North Macedonia was able to make the most of their 30% possession and capitalising just as the half-time whistle blew. Germany was able to pull it back to 1-1 shortly into the second half, however, the deciding blow came from Elif Elmas in the dying minutes of the game. Scoring the winning goal with just 5 minutes left of normal play remaining.

Germany’s most substantial victory occurred during their 9th fixture against Liechtenstein as the final whistle blew a 9-0 victory for the Germans. Capitulation occurred during the 9th minute as Jens Hofer was sent off for Liechtenstein after just 9 minutes of play. With İlkay Gündoğan scoring the penalty. Shortly after, Daniel Kaufmann for Liechtenstein sent Germany 2-0 with an unfortunate own goal. However, their misfortunes didn’t stop there as during the 22nd and 23rd minute - Leroy Sane and Marco Reus both scored within 60 seconds of each other, giving Germany a comfortable 4-0 lead. The second half was also not a good time for Liechtenstein as they conceded another 5 goals over the remaining 45 minutes - with the final scoreline being 9-0.

With this being Germany’s 20th appearance in this famous competition, Germany is often a star attraction and a fan favourite for neutrals due to their world-class talents. Having Hansi Flick as the manager of the German national side will surely bode well with his aggressive style of football.

If Germany can manage to blend their experienced legends along with their world-class potential superstars, Germany have the opportunity to make it far in the Qatar World Cup 2022. Of course, only time will tell, however, but you shouldn’t have them written off early on in this year’s competition.

Key Players

Who is expected to be playing in the World Cup for Germany? Keep reading to find out which German stars you could be watching with your Qatar World Cup Tickets.

Experienced Veterans

Germany are graced will world-class talent across multiple positions, that is no secret. It’s also no secret that some of these players are veterans of the beautiful game who have won pretty much everything there is to win.

Players such as Thomas Muller, an attacker who has seemingly gotten even better by each passing year. Although not the quickest attacking threat - his spatial awareness and ability to intelligently read the game multiple steps ahead of others is nothing short of frightening. Due to his lack of pace, he adapted a more ‘fox in the box’ style of play where you can be sure he will find a way to bury the ball in the back of the net. Muller has also been managed under Flick before, meaning that Muller can inflict Flick’s style of play into other players who have not been coached by him before.

İlkay Gündoğan is another veteran of the game. Dominating the midfield area for teams such as Borussia Dortmund and his current team of Manchester City. Gündoğan has 54 caps for Germany and has scored 14 goals for his country. Making him a viable threat to break up the lines of play and opening spaces for attackers to exploit.

Safe Pair Of Hands:

Manuel Neuer is likely to retain his position for Germany as he has proved time and again that he is one of the world’s best goalkeepers. Although maybe not at the level he once was - no doubt having him between the posts will surely make managers feel safer against opposition attacking threats. Neuer currently has 108 caps for Germany and most of his domestic career, he has served to play for Bayern Munich. Similar to Muller - Neuer has experience working under Flick already so he is sure to impose Flick’s style of play.

Blistering Pace:

Players such as Leroy Sane and Serge Gnabry provide a shocking amount of pace to Germany’s attacking play. Charging down both wings to get in behind opposition defence - both of these players have proven on a domestic level that they can truly impact the outcome of a match.

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