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How to watch Germany v Scotland as Tartan Army take on hosts in Euro 2024 opener



Scotland will begin their Euro 2024 campaign on Friday night as they take on hosts Germany in the tournament’s opening game.

The Tartan Army are kicking off the summer showpiece in Munich and will be hoping to pull off a huge upset to throw Group A instantly into chaos. 


Scotland are set for the opening Euro 2024 clashCredit: Getty

Steve Clarke’s side were impressive during qualification and could take that form into the tournament, but they face a tough task. 

Germany are their first opponents and Julian Nagelsmann’s men are one of the favourites to go all the way on their own turf.

Die Mannschaft haven’t enjoyed many of their recent major competitions, however, they will fancy their chances with a strong squad selected.

A win in the opening game of the Euros will be crucial for both countries and it is expected to be a thriller to kick things off.

Germany vs Scotland: How to watch

The Euro 2024 opener will take place on Friday, June 14. 

Kick-off at the Allianz Arena is scheduled for 8pm. 

The action will be broadcast live and free-to-air on ITV1.

It will be available to watch on TV as well as online via mobile and tablet devices on ITVX.

Germany are hoping for success in their home tournament


Germany are hoping for success in their home tournamentCredit: Getty

Germany vs Scotland: talkSPORT coverage 

talkSPORT will also have live coverage of the match from Germany. 

Adrian Durham will be your host while commentary comes from Joe Shennan and former Scotland striker Chris Iwelumo.

To tune in to talkSPORT or talkSPORT 2 through the website, click HERE for the live stream.

You can also listen via the talkSPORT app, on DAB digital radio, through your smart speaker and on 1089 or 1053 AM.

Germany boss Nagelsmann will be on the touchline for his first major competition


Germany boss Nagelsmann will be on the touchline for his first major competitionCredit: Getty

Germany vs Scotland: Team news 

Germany will have Kai Havertz up front for their opener after Nagelsmann confirmed that the Arsenal man will be his striker. 

Toni Kroos should start in midfield in what will be his final few games as a footballer before he retires after the tournament. 

Jamal Musiala and Florian Wirtz are two of the best young players in the world and will play a major role in their attacking play. 

As for Scotland, captain Andy Robertson and Lawrence Shankland both had to pull out of training ahead of their opening game. 

That raised major concerns over their fitness but assistant manager John Carver insisted both decisions were more precautionary.

Robertson is an integral player for Scotland


Robertson is an integral player for ScotlandCredit: AFP

Scotland’s Euro 2024 fixtures

Friday, June 14

Matchday One: Germany vs Scotland (Munich, KO 8pm)

Wednesday, June 19

Matchday Two: Scotland vs Switzerland (Cologne, KO 8pm)

Sunday, June 23

Matchday Three: Scotland vs Hungary (Stuttgart, KO 8pm)

The Round of 16 will then get going on Saturday, June 29.

The knockout phase will run until the final in Berlin on Sunday, July 14.

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