Germany vs Japan: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time & where to watch - 247SportsTV
Japan vs. Germany

Germany vs Japan live stream: 2022 World Cup TV channel, how to watch online, start time, date, pick, odds

The 2022 FIFA World Cup continues with the group stage as Group E gets underway on Wednesday morning. Germany will take on Japan to get the group started. You can catch all the action on FS1 and Telemundo with livestream options on Fox Sports and Peacock.

Germany will be looking for redemption after finishing at the bottom of Group F in 2018, failing to qualify for the knockouts just four years after winning the World Cup title in Brazil. They’re among the favorites to win the tournament this year with odds at +1000 at DraftKings Sportsbook.

Japan made it to the round of 16 in 2018 where they ran into Belgium and built up a 2-0 lead early in the second half. They ended up losing 3-2 after Belgium completed a comeback with the game-winning goal courtesy of Nacer Chadli in the fourth minute of stoppage time.

How to watch – Germany vs. Japan

  • Date: Wednesday, November 23
  • Start time: 8 a.m. ET
  • Location: Khalifa International Stadium — Doha, Qatar
  • TV channel: FS1, Telemundo
  • Live stream: 247SportsTV Live (Free)



If you aren’t around a TV to watch the game, you can live stream it at Fox Sports Live, through the Fox Sports App, or on Peacock. However, keep in mind that you will require a cable login to watch the action. If you don’t have a valid login, you can get a free trial from YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream the game.


Germany The Germans have high hopes with a new manager, but they enter the competition with some major injury concerns. Key attackers Timo Werner and Marco Reus miss the entire tournament due to injury, putting major pressure on the other attackers. Thomas Muller, likely playing his last World Cup, will likely join Leroy Sane and Serge Gnabry in attack. But keep an eye on not only Karim Adeyemi, but 17-year-old sensation Youssoufa Moukoko of Dortmund, who could earn his first Germany cap on the biggest stage.

Japan: If you saw Japan dominate the United States in September, you’ll know that they can really play. They have superb technical quality with Takefusa Kubo and Takumi Minamino, while Arsenal defender Takehiro Tomiyasu leads the backline with veterans all around. In attack. Takuma Asano will likely be tasked with finding the back of the net, but young Shuto Machino is one to watch with three goals in four appearances.


Kai Havertz scores once and sets up another as the favorites cruise to a win. Pick: Germany 2, Japan 0

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