Germany's national soccer team plays its opener against Ukraine at the Stade Pierre Mauroy in Lille. It will be the first major tournament game hosted in Lille for almost 80 years and the city can't wait to become part of the action.
After weeks of preparation, the German national team are about to get down to business at Euro 2016 in France. Coach Löw and his charges appear quietly confident heading into the opening match against Ukraine.
Germany’s opening game of Euro 2016 was overshadowed by violence in the center of Lille beforehand, but in truth there were far more positive than negative images.
Germany's women go into their second group stage match wondering where the goals will come from. Having failed to score in their draw against Sweden, they will be up against what promises to be an even tighter defense.
Joachim Löw's side have won their first game of the European Championships, beating Ukraine 2-0 in Lille. The German national team has never lost their first game of Europe's major international tournament.
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