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England vs Germany: how to watch on TV, stream online in US/UK and around the world

The final UEFA Nations League A (Group 3) game takes place at the iconic Wembley Stadium as England face Germany on Monday night.

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England vs Germany: how to watch on TV, stream online in US/UK and around the world
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England manager Gareth Southgate is adamant he is the right man to lead the team into the World Cup despite a woeful run of form.

England - Germany live online: score, stats and updates, Nations League

Defeat to Italy on Friday condemned the Three Lions to relegation in the Nations League, extending the winless streak to five matches in the process.

Southgate has the ideal opportunity to address the situation as his side face Germany at Wembley stadium knowing that his ‘Three Lions’ have already been relegated to League B of the Nations League but anxious to get one over on their old rival with the game the last test before the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

England Manager Gareth Southgate
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England Manager Gareth Southgate Eddie Keogh - The FAGetty

England have an ideal opportunity to redeem the hopes of a fanbase fast losing patience with their team with a solid performance and win over Germany make Monday night’s clash in North London where the action will kick off at 2:45 p.m. EDT/ 11:45 a.m PDT on 26 September 2022 for viewers in the United States, or 7:45 p.m (BST) in the UK.

Find out what time the game kick off wherever you are in the world here.

Where can I watch England-Germany in the US and the UK?

In the US and UK, the following television channels and online services will be broadcasting the Nations League game:

US: In the United States, you will be able to watch the game live on: Vix and the Fox and Fubo Sports Network

UK: Channel 4.

Find out who is showing England-Germany elsewhere in the world here.

The German national soccer team trains
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The German national soccer team trainspicture allianceGetty

Text coverage of England-Germany, no matter where you are in the world

You can follow all the action of the England-Germany game live here on AS USA, with our minute-by-minute coverage. We’ll be building up to kick-off from an hour before with team news and analysis, so no matter where you are, so long as your phone’s connected you can find out exactly how things are going.

League A- Group 3: as it stands

It’s a two-way battle at the top between surprise package Hungary and the current European champions Italy with the Magyars only needing a draw (or win) to win the group and advance to the finals stage. England will play the next edition of the Nations League in tier B after their 1-0 defeat to Italy in Milan and pride very much on the line with both the home side and Die Mannschaft both looking to boost their supporters hopes in the last competitive test before the World Cup.

Nations League (A, Group 3)
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Nations League (A, Group 3)

Who is refereeing England-Germany?

Monday’s game will see an all Dutch team in charge with match referee Danny Makkelie with assistants: Hessel Steegstra and Jan de Vries. The fourth official is Sander Van Der Eijk with Pol van Boekel in the Video Assistant Referee booth.

England-Germany: recent meetings

June 2022: Germany 1-1 England (Nations League)

June 2021: England 2-0 Germany (Euro 2020 Round of 16)

November 2017: England 0-0 Germany (Friendly game)

March 2017: Germany 1-0 England (Friendly game)

March 2016: Germany 2-3 England (Friendly game)

No time to panic: Southgate

England manager Gareth Southgate admitted on Sunday that recent results had been unacceptable but added he was not hiding from criticism after his side were relegated to the second tier of the Nations League.

‘The results haven’t been at the level we want, that we require, so no matter what job you have in football that would be the case,’ Southgate told reporters ahead of their final group game against Germany at Wembley Stadium on Monday. ‘Of course, with the national team that noise is going to be louder and more widespread, I understand that. I’m not hiding from it, we are not enjoying it but we have to keep doing the right things every day to keep improving.’

Harry Kane of England shakes hands with Gareth Southgate
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Harry Kane of England shakes hands with Gareth SouthgateMarco LuzzaniGetty

The game tomorrow is another opportunity, in front of the fans, to take a step in the right direction.’ Germany is England’s final game before Southgate announces his squad for the World Cup, where they will face Iran, United States and Wales in the group stage.