Coach: Joachim Löw
The current World Cup title holders looks to be in good shape after going on an unbeaten streak in 2017. It looks like the Germans are more than capable of defending the title. In fact, they already claimed the Confederations Cup trophy in July. They used the “Mini FIFA World Cup” tournament to warm-up and develop the younger players to work with the core team better. Germany are one of the favorites to win the 2018 FIFA World Cup, and it’s going to take a lot of the competitors want to strip away the tite from the number one team in the FIFA World Rankings.
|Group F||Germany||Mexico||Luzhniki Stadium||17 Jun
|Group F||Germany||Sweden||Fisht Stadium||23 Jun
|Group F||South Korea||Germany||Kazan Arena||27 Jun
|Group F||South Korea||3||1||0||2||3||3||0||3|