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Are you ready for the Qatar 2022 World Cup? It’s time to put your face on the line because the Germany vs Japan match is about to begin!

This is going to be an epic battle between two powerful nations. Germany is a force to be reckoned with, and it will not go down without a fight. Japan are no slouches either, and they will be looking to claim victory.

What time and date is the match?

The Germany vs Japan match will start in Qatar time on November 23, 2022. For timings, you should refer to your local time zone as it would vary greatly from region to region.

Where is the game taking place?

The Germany vs Japan match will be held at the Khalifa International Stadium Qatar. It is a top-notch football stadium and has enough capacity to accommodate over 45,416 fans!

Who do the experts think will win?

Experts predict Germany will take the win, but it will be a tight game. Nothing is certain in the world of football and you always have to expect the unexpected.

How to Watch Germany vs Japan Live Online?

For Germany, the official broadcaster of FIFA 2022 is ARD and for Japan, its ABEMA. It is the official internet broadcaster of Japan.

If you’re not in their country and don’t have a cable subscription, you’ll need a VPN to watch the game. There are also many good cord cutter options, you can find out more on our website.

Germany vs Japan live

Team Japan vs Germany FIFA 2022

There are a lot of good players on both sides. This match is surely going to be a big attraction for this World Cup.


  • GK: Manuel Neuer, Bayern Munich
  • GK: Kevin Trapp, Eintracht Frankfurt
  • GK: Oliver Baumann, Hoffenheim
  • Defender: Jonathan Tah, Bayer Leverkusen
  • Defender: Thilo Kehrer, PSG
  • Defender: Niklas Sule, Borussia Dortmund
  • Defender: Lukas Klostermann, RB Leipzig
  • Defender: Benjamin Henrichs, RB Leipzig
  • Defender: David Raum, Hoffenheim
  • Defender: Antonio Rudiger, Real Madrid
  • Defender: Nico Schlotterbeck, Borussia Dortmund
  • MF: Joshua Kimmich, Bayern Munich
  • MF: Jonas Hofmann, Borussia Monchengladbach
  • MF: Julian Brandt, Borussia Dortmund
  • MF: Leon Goretzka, Bayern Munich
  • MF: Ilkay Gundogan, Manchester City
  • MF: Jamal Musiala, Bayern Munich
  • MF: Anton Stach, Mainz
  • MF: Kai Havertz, Chelsea
  • MF: Jamal Musiala, Bayern Munich
  • AT: Lukas Nmecha, Wolfsburg
  • AT: Timo Werner, Chelsea
  • AT: Leroy Sane, Bayern Munich
  • AT: Thomas Muller, Bayern Munich
  • AT: Karim Adeyemi, Borussia Dortmund
  • AT: Serge Gnabry, Bayern Munich


  • GK: Eiji Kawashima (Strasbourg)
  • GK: Keisuke Osako (Sanfrecce Hiroshima)
  • GK: Shuichi Gonda (Shimizu S-Pulse)
  • GK: Daniel Schmidt (Saint-Truiden)
  • Defender: Takehiro Tomiyasu (Arsenal)
  • Defender: Shogo Taniguchi (Kawasaki Frontale)
  • Defender: Yuto Nagatomo (FC Tokyo)
  • Defender: Miki Yamane (Kawasaki Frontale)
  • Defender: Sho Sasaki (Sanfrecce Hiroshima)
  • Defender: Yuta Nakayama (PEC Zwolle)
  • Defender: Maya Yoshida (Sampdoria)
  • Defender: Yukinari Sugawara (AZ Alkmaar)
  • Defender: Ko Itakura (Schalke)
  • Defender: Hiroki Ito (Stuttgart)
  • Midfielder: Gaku Shibasaki (Leganes)
  • FM: Genki Haraguchi (Union Berlin)
  • Midfielder: Takumi Minamino (Liverpool)
  • Midfielder: Takefusa Kubo (Real Mallorca)
  • FM: Hidemasa Morita (Santa Clara)
  • FM: Wataru Endo (Stuttgart)
  • Midfielder: Junya Ito (Genk)
  • MF: Ao Tanaka (Fortuna Dusseldorf)
  • MF: Kaoru Mitoma (Union SG)
  • FM: Daichi Kamada (Eintracht Frankfurt)
  • MF: Ritsu Doan (PSV)
  • AT: Kyogo Furuhashi (Celtic)
  • AT: Ayase Ueda (Kashima Antlers)
  • AT: Takuma Asano (Bochum)
  • AT: Daizen Maeda (Celtic)