Spain vs Germany EURO2024 Free Streaming Live

Spain v Germany TV channel, time and how to watch Euro 2024 quarter-final online tonight

This is easily the biggest matchup of Euro 2024 so far, featuring the two most entertaining teams we’ve seen so far; it’s a shame they have to meet before the final, in all honesty. But one team will be packing their bags today. Let us show you where to watch Spain vs. Germany lived streaming for freely from anywhere as there are various viewing options around the world.

Yes, even if your country’s local viewing option has the game behind a streaming subscription’s premium paywall, we can help you watch every minute for free. Actually, you can see the whole tournament for free, as shown in our guide on where to watch free Euro 2024 live streams.

How to watch and odds

  • Date: Friday, July 5 | Time: 12 p.m. ET
  • Location: MHPArena – Stuttgart, Germany
  • Watch: Fox or Fubo (try for freely)
  • Odds: Spain +175; Draw +200; Germany +180

The match will stream on FOX Sports. Vix will provide a streaming option for Spanish-language broadcasts. Streaming also available on Fubo.



If you are abroad, you may need to use a virtual private network (VPN) in order to watch games using your usual streaming service. A VPN, such as NordVPN, allows you to establish a secure connection online when streaming. If you are not sure which VPN to use, check out GOAL’s guide to the best VPNs for streaming sport.

Spain team news

Captain Alvaro Morata will once again be joined by Lamine Yamal and Nico Williams in attack, while Pedri should get the nod over Dani Olmo and Mikel Merino alongside Rodri and Fabian Ruiz in the middle.

Although Nacho Fernandez is available for selection after overcoming a foot injury, Spain boss Luis de la Fuente is likely to persist with the centre-back pair of Robin Le Normand and Aymeric Laporte, with Dani Carvajal and Marc Cucurella deployed as the two full-backs.

Spain possible XI: Simon; Carvajal, Le Normand, Laporte, Cucurella; Pedri, Rodri, Ruiz; Yamal, Morata, Williams.

Position Players

Goalkeepers: Remiro, Simon, Raya

Defenders: Carvajal, Le Normand, Nacho, Vivian, Grimaldo, Laporte, Navas, Cucurella

Midfielders: Merino, Ruiz, Olmo, Baena, Rodri, Zubimendi, Pedri, Lopez

Forwards: Morata, Joselu, Torres, Yamal, Williams, Oyarzabal, Perez

Germany team news

Jonathan Tah is back after serving his one-match ban and is likely to reclaim his spot from Nico Schlotterbeck at the heart of defense.

Head coach Julian Nagelsmann will have to pick between Maximilian Mittelstadt and David Raum at left-back, while unleashing Florian Wirtz ahead of Leroy Sane on the left flank in order to accommodate Jamal Musiala on the right side.

With Toni Kroos and Robert Andrich in the engine room, Ilkay Gundogan will feature behind Kai Havertz.

Germany possible XI: Neuer; Kimmich, Tah, Rudiger, Raum; Kroos, Andrich; Musiala, Gundogan, Wirtz; Havertz.

Position Players

Goalkeepers: Neuer, Ter Stegen, Baumann

Defenders: Rudiger, Raum, Tah, Kimmich, Schlotterbeck, Anton, Mittelstadt, Henrichs, Koch

Midfielders: Gross, Kroos, Musiala, Fuhrich, Wirtz, Sane, Gundogan, Andrich, Can

Forwards: Havertz, Fullkrug, Muller, Beier, Undav

Head-to-Head Record

The following is the head-to-head record of the last five meetings between Spain and Germany across all competitions.

Previous Records:

November 27, 2022 Spain 1-1 Germany FIFA World Cup

November 17, 2020 Spain 6-0 Germany UEFA Nations League

September 3, 2020 Germany 1-1 Spain UEFA Nations League

March 23, 2018 Germany 1-1 Spain International Friendly

November 18, 2014 Spain 0-1 Germany International Friendly

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