Previous
Las Palmas
Real Sociedad
0
1
FT
Game Details
VfL Wolfsburg
Werder Bremen
1
2
FT
Game Details
Nice
Montpellier
2
1
FT
Game Details
Burton Albion
Blackburn Rovers
1
1
LIVE 90' +4'
Game Details
Wolverhampton Wanderers
Birmingham City
1
2
LIVE 90' +3'
Game Details
Tijuana
Monterrey
3:00 AM UTC Feb 25, 2017
Game Details
Melbourne City FC
Sydney FC
1
3
FT
Game Details
Brisbane Roar
Wellington Phoenix FC
ESPN3 6:35 AM UTC Feb 25, 2017
Game Details
Next

Honigstein: Low's Germany conundrum

Germany
Read

Honigstein: Muller answers critics

Germany
Read
 By Mark Lovell

Bayern wary of Freiburg trip as they return from month-long Winterpause

Arjen Robben was in a jovial mood after signing a new one-year extension with Bayern Munich.
Janusz Michallik reminisces on the career of Xabi Alonso after reports indicate the Bayern superstar will retire at the end of the season.

Snow and ice have gripped Germany, but the Bundesliga's month-long hibernation finally comes to a much-anticipated end on Friday with league leaders Bayern Munich travelling to play SC Freiburg.

And the hosts have an excellent opportunity of catching Bayern cold and at their most vulnerable. We only have to go back a couple of years when a Kevin De Bruyne-inspired Wolfsburg took advantage of Bayern's winter slumber to hand Pep Guardiola's side an embarrassing 4-1 defeat on resumption after the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Germany's Toni Kroos trolls Brazil with excellent New Year's Eve tweet

What's the only thing more painful than losing a World Cup semifinal 7-1 in front of your own fans? That would be the constant reminders of such a brutal thrashing.

Yes, Brazil may never fully get over the humiliation suffered in the Mineirazo, and it doesn't help that Germany will never let them forget it!

A Twitter meme recalling the famous scoreline made the rounds on New Year's Eve and getting in on the fun was Toni Kroos, who bagged a brace for the Germans in the historic match. The midfielder...

 By Mark Lovell

Hoeness, Bayern looking to add an influx of German talent

Uli Hoeness has been back in the hierarchy less than a month but already the newly elected president's vision of Bayern Munich parading a team jam-packed with German internationals is taking shape.

It was Thomas Muller who revealed last year that "it was always Hoeness' dream to have FC Deutschland representing FC Bayern."

So it came as no surprise when Bild reported at the weekend that German internationals Niklas Sule and Sebastian Rudy are set to join the Bundesliga champions from Hoffenheim...

 By Chris Wright

World Cup winner Lukas Podolski reaches No.1 in German pop charts

As well as a Bundesliga title and a World Cup winner's medal, Lukas Podolski now has a new, albeit slightly more unlikely, addition to his trophy cabinet after seeing his debut single go to the top of the German pop charts.

Produced in collaboration with Mo-Torres and Cat Ballou, Podolski's rap ballad "Liebe deine Stadt" ("Love Your City") is the most downloaded song in Germany since its release a week ago.

The song is a homage to Podolski's hometown of Cologne and the video, which sees the striker...

Arsenal couldn't do anything more to keep Serge Gnabry in North London

Serge Gnabry
Serge Gnabry marked his senior debut for Germany with a hat trick on Friday.

There are some football fans who are just looking for any stick with which to beat rival clubs. After Serge Gnabry marked his Germany debut with a hat trick against San Marino, supporters of other clubs were quick to mock Arsenal for allowing the young midfielder to leave last summer. However, any criticism of the Gunners is misplaced; Arsene Wenger could not have done any more to keep Gnabry in North London.

This is not a case of Arsenal failing to recognise the talent Gnabry possesses. Few...

 By Mark Lovell

Bayern Munich captain Philipp Lahm's birthday could be his last as a player

01 11 2016 Football UEFA Champions League 2016 17 Fight 4 Matchday PSV Eindhoven FC Bayern Munich Philipp Lahm Bayern Munich left and Arjen Robben Bayern Munich
Despite turning 33, Philipp Lahm still has a lot left in the tank and remains a top player globally at his position.

Happy Birthday to Philipp Lahm, Bayern Munich and Germany's World Cup winning captain, who turns 33 on Friday.  

Regarded as "the most intelligent player I've ever trained" by Pep Guardiola and, according to his current maestro Carlo Ancelotti, "Lahm could play until he's 39."    

Apart from an extended loan spell in Stuttgart (2003-05) during his formative years, the Munich-born defender is Bayern through and through, and has lifted every conceivable trophy during his time with the...