Jun 2, 2013; Washington, DC, USA; German forward Max Kruse (20) advances the ball against the United States during the second half at RFK Stadium.

Germany vs Chile: live stream, start time, TV info and more

Germany is hosting Chile in an international friendly and it is an important game for both squads. Arsenal forward and German international Lukas Podolski says they’ll take the game seriously with the World Cup coming this summer.

“We’ve got the World Cup on the horizon and I think it would be wrong just to say everything’s fine and dandy,” Podolski said. “It would be negligent if we all go home after this game thinking we’re all fine and set. We all want to be involved and will do all we can to go into the World Cup in fine fettle.”

Date: Wednesday, March 5
Start Time: 2:45 p.m. ET
Location: Württemberg, Germany
Stadium: Mercedes-Benz Arena
TV Info: Galavision
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What is Galavision?

According to Live Soccer TV:

Galavision is a Spanish Language Channel focusing on reaching Latinos and Hispanic population in the USA. Galavision is owned by Univision and is based in Miami.

Soccer tv broadcasts on Galavision are shared between Univision and Telefutura. Galavision’s coverage of soccer is produced by Televisa however color commentators and graphics may be provided by Galavision production.

Galavision is available on DirecTV on Channel 404 and on Dish Network on Channel 273 and 833. Galavision is available on some cable systems, please check your local listings for further information about Galavision availability.

Full line up of international friendlies on Wednesday:

9:00 AM Georgia v Liechtenstein
9:00 AM Russia v Armenia
10:00 AM Azerbaijan v Philippines
10:00 AM Lithuania v Kazakhstan
10:45 AM Bulgaria v Belarus
12:00 PM Albania v Malta
12:00 PM Algeria v Slovenia
12:00 PM Greece v South Korea
12:00 PM Hungary v Finland
12:00 PM Montenegro v Ghana
12:30 PM Bosnia-Herzegovina v Egypt
12:30 PM Czech Republic v Norway
12:30 PM Israel v Slovakia
1:00 PM Andorra v Moldova
1:00 PM Colombia v Tunisia
1:00 PM Cyprus v Northern Ireland
1:00 PM Macedonia v Latvia
1:30 PM Luxembourg v Cape Verde Islands
1:30 PM Turkey v Sweden
2:00 PM Gibraltar v Estonia
2:00 PM Ukraine v United States
2:30 PM Switzerland v Croatia
2:45 PM Belgium v Ivory Coast
2:45 PM Germany v Chile
2:45 PM Poland v Scotland
2:45 PM Republic of Ireland v Serbia
2:45 PM Wales v Iceland
3:00 PM Australia v Ecuador
3:00 PM England v Denmark
3:00 PM France v Netherlands
3:45 PM Portugal v Cameroon
4:00 PM Spain v Italy
8:30 PM Mexico v Nigeria
12:00 PM South Africa v Brazil
2:00 PM Romania v Argentina
2:30 PM Austria v Uruguay

Who do you think will win? Let us know in the comments below.

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