June 30, 2014; Porto Alegre, BRAZIL; Germany player Andre Schuerrle (9) celebrates with teammates Mesut Oezil (left) and Thomas Mueller (right) after scoring a goal against Algeria during the round of sixteen match in the 2014 World Cup at Estadio Beira-Rio. Mandatory Credit: Tim Groothuis/Witters Sport via USA TODAY Sports

World Cup, France vs Germany: live stream, match start time, TV info and more


Germany and France renew their soccer rivalry when they meet in the quarterfinals of the 2014 World Cup on Friday. The Germans feel confident that the know where their strengths are, and where France’s are as well.

“France have some fantastic individual players like [Paul] Pogba, [Karim] Benzema and [Mathieu] Valbuena,” Andre Schurrle told FIFA. “They have a lot of quality and can create goals from any situation. We know their strengths, but we also know ours.”

“It’ll be an interesting match. They’ve got lots of good young players, but so do we. We just have to stick to what we’re great at, play our usual game and not get carried away. We need to continue what we’ve been doing since the outset, but adding in a bit of extra focus, determination and aggression,” France’s Mamadou Sakho told FIFA.

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Date: Friday, July 4
Time: 12:00 p.m. ET/ (UK – 5:00 p.m. BST)
Venue: Estadio do Maracana
Location: Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
TV Info: ESPN2, BBC  (UK), Univision (Spanish)
Radio Info: Sirius XM FC, BBC Radio 5 Live (UK)
Live Stream: Watch ESPN / BBC iPlayer (UK) / Univision Deporte en Vivo (Spanish)

Information from FIFA.comBBCITVESPN Media ZoneBleacher Report (UK)Wall Street Journal’s Market WatchUnivision and Univision Schedule

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