Spain v Germany live streaming – where to watch on TV

Spain take on Germany in the quarter finals – here’s how you can watch the game on TV live on Friday.

The MHPArena in Stuttgart will host the first quarter-final match of Euro 2024, featuring a thrilling clash between two European giants, Spain and Germany, on Friday evening.

Despite falling behind after 18 minutes in their last 16 clash against debutants Georgia, Spain made their pressure count and secured a 4-1 victory to book their place in the quarter-finals.

La Roja have maintained a perfect record in this campaign, now on a six-game winning streak.

How to watch Spain vs Germany TV channels & live streams

The match is scheduled to kick off at 5:00PM, with live streaming on BBC One and BBC iplayer in the UK. You can also use Bet365 and their in play service.

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Luis de la Fuente’s side, having already beaten Italy and Croatia, face a new challenge against the Germans on home soil.

The most notable change since Fuente took over La Roja is their attacking play, with youngsters Nico Williams and Lamine Yamal continuing to impress.

Germany faced some drama in their last match, securing a 2-0 victory over Denmark. The game was interrupted due to severe weather, and Denmark appeared to have taken the lead, only for VAR to rule in Germany’s favor.

Julian Nagelsmann’s side managed to get the job done and will be looking to leverage their home advantage once again as they face one of the tournament favorites.

This is a tough match to call. These two sides are the only ones among the tournament favorites that have truly impressed so far. Many believe that the winner of this game could be a finalist. Since 2008, these two giants of European football have met seven times, with three of the last four matches ending in a draw.

Another draw wouldn’t be surprising in Stuttgart on Friday night.