The host nation France has been maybe the most exciting team of the tournament. They have played with pace and scored some eye-popping goals. But now they run into the World Champions. The Germans have allowed one goal though the five games of the competition while scoring seven of their own. It will be a tall task.
Germany will have to get through without centerback Mats Hummels after he picked up too many yellow cards earlier in the competition. France is the only semi-final team who is going into their match full strength; no suspensions. Yellow cards were wiped clean heading into this round, so the only way for players to be suspended for the final would be a red card here.
Who will be the second team in the final? Let’s find out!
Germany vs. France
Date and time: Thursday, July 3 at 3:00 p.m. EST/12:00 p.m. WST
Stadium: Stade Velodrome, Marseille, France
How to Watch/Listen
TV: ESPN, ESPN Deportes - United States
BBC One - UK
Radio: SiriusXM FC, ESPN Deportes - US
TalkSport Radio, BBC Radio 5 - UK
Live stream: ESPN3, Watch ESPN, BBC iPlayer, RFI