Germany is a powerhose of Europeam football and has managed to qualify for the finals of either the FIFA World Cup of UEFA European Championship a dozen times. Let’s see how this information can help with Germany Euro 2016 fixtures.
Marc-André ter Stegen
Germany is one of those ambitious countries who want to conquer the European Championship this year - and it's not just any country. It's Germany, the world champions who lost out to Italy in the semi-finals 4 years ago. This European country was runner-up in 2008 and is hoping for success yet again. The Germans hope they will manage to extend their luck to this continental stage.
Their coach is Joachim Low and the team has had ups and downs in the qualifying period, so bettors should not expect Germany to be in the shape from two years ago in that extra-time win over Argentina. However, they have a great pool of quality which remains an envy of other teams and we are sure it would be a huge surprise if they fell short of the last 4. What else can help you assess the best Germany Euro 2016 betting odds?
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Germany have won the FIFA World Cup 4 times, claiming victories in 1954, 1990, 1974, and 2014. Germany were European champions in 1980, 1972, and 1996. In addition to this, they have been runners-up in 4 World Cups and 3 European Championships.
Even though Germany didn't win the EURO in the last 20 years, they've reached at least the semi-finals of the last two championships. If you're ready to bet, know that we have an aggregate with the best Germany EURO odds.
Germans have won twenty three of their forty three finals matchs and all of them are records. Spain is the other country with 3 European titles. At the last European Tournament, Germany qualified its eleventh successive final championship - which is also a record. At that event, Germany was in a great form in Ukraine and Poland - winning all 10 of their qualifying matches, scoring 3.5 goals per game on average.
26th June 1996: England vs Germany 1-1 (5-6 penalties), EURO 1996 semi-finals - Andreas Moller scored the decisive goal.
22nd June 1980: West Germany vs Belgium 2-1, 1980 UEFA European Championship final - Horst Hrubesch marked his 2nd goal two minutes from time, earning Germany's 2nd title.
29th April 1972: England vs West Germany, 1972 UEFA European Championship 1/4 finals - One of the most amazing teams of Germany
Will Germany manage to win without its old guard? There have been some changes made since the 2014 FIFA World Cup and they are not exactly like their coach wanted. We can see notable absentees - the squad mainstay Mertesacker and captain Lahm have retired from football.