12/06/2023 Football

12/06/2023 Football – Not much football taking place. At 5 pm, on Viaplay Sports 1, is Germany v Ukraine in an international friendly.

12/06/2023 Football
12/06/2023 Football

12/06/2023 Football – Germany v Ukraine

  • The upcoming soccer match between Germany and Ukraine is set to be an exciting event​1​.
  • This match marks a significant milestone for Germany, as it will be their 1,000th international match​1​.
  • The match will take place at the Weser Stadium in Bremen, Germany, with kickoff scheduled for noon ET​1​.
  • Germany, being the host for the 2024 European Championships, is not required to qualify. Hence, they are keeping their form up with friendly matches​1​.
  • Before hosting Ukraine, Germany will face Poland in Warsaw and later host Colombia in Gelsenkirchen​1​.
  • Ukraine, on the other hand, is continuing their Euro Qualifying campaign, with an upcoming match against North Macedonia​1​.
  • The Ukraine team has a new manager, Serhiy Rebrov, who is a former national team striker. His contract runs through the 2026 World Cup​1​.
  • The two teams have faced each other eight times previously, with the most recent encounter resulting in a 3-1 victory for Germany in the 2020 Nations League​1​.
  • Germany’s team is packed with talent, with many of their players featuring in top European clubs​1​.

12/06/2023 Football – Other Games


12:00am UK MON / 7:00pm ET SUN
USA NWSL – Houston v Gotham
Canada – TSN+
International – Watch NWSL
USA – Paramount+

12:00am UK MON / 7:00pm ET SUN
USA NWSL – Orlando v Portland
Canada – TSN+
International – Watch NWSL
USA – CBS Sports Network

1:00pm UK / 8:00am ET
TOULON TOURNAMENT – Australia v Mexico
Australia – ESPN
Malaysia – Astro Supersport 2
New Zealand – ESPN

4:30pm UK / 11:30am ET
TOULON TOURNAMENT – Mediterranean Team v Qatar
Malaysia – Astro Supersport 2

6:00pm UK / 1:00pm ET
USA – Paramount+

9:00pm UK / 4:00pm ET
ARGENTINE PRIMERA DIVISION – San Lorenzo v Central Cordoba
UK – OneFootball
USA – Paramount+

11:15pm UK / 6:15pm ET
UK – OneFootball
USA – Paramount+

12/06/2023 Football Gossip & News

  • Al-Hilal, a football club from Saudi Arabia, has sent representatives to Paris with the aim of signing Neymar, the 31-year-old forward from Paris St-Germain and Brazil. (Source: CBS)
  • Chelsea is considering a trade offer to Inter Milan, proposing to exchange Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku (30) and Senegalese defender Kalidou Koulibaly (31) for Inter’s Cameroonian goalkeeper Andre Onana (27). (Source: Sun)
  • Despite the interest from Chelsea, Onana expressed his desire to remain with Inter Milan after the Champions League final. (Source: 90 min)
  • Newcastle United is ahead of Tottenham in the pursuit of Leicester City’s attacking midfielder James Maddison, who is valued at £40m. (Source: Sky Sports)
  • Newcastle’s interest in Leicester City is solely focused on Maddison, ruling out a move for English winger Harvey Barnes (25). However, they are keen on Scott McTominay, the 26-year-old midfielder from Manchester United. (Source: Northern Echo)
  • Manchester United is open to a permanent deal from Newcastle for England defender Harry Maguire, but a loan to Aston Villa is also a possibility. (Source: Sun)
  • Tottenham is nearing an agreement on personal terms with David Raya, Brentford’s Spanish goalkeeper, who is also on Manchester United’s radar. (Source: Fabrizio Romano via Goal.com)
  • Manchester United is prepared to bid £30m for Everton’s English goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, regardless of whether Spanish goalkeeper David de Gea leaves this summer. (Source: Sun)
  • Al-Hilal is interested in appointing Jose Mourinho, former manager of Chelsea, Manchester United, and Tottenham, as their new manager. (Source: Foot Mercato)
  • Wilfried Zaha, the 30-year-old winger from Ivory Coast playing for Crystal Palace, is in discussions with Paris St-Germain for a free transfer once his contract ends this summer. (Source: Sun)
  • Liverpool is planning to sign James Ward-Prowse, the 28-year-old midfielder from Southampton and England, after missing out on Chelsea’s Mason Mount, who is set to join Manchester United. (Source: Mirror)
  • Manchester United has reached out to Mason Mount, who is open to a move to Old Trafford. However, Chelsea is asking for 80m euro (£68.4m) for the 24-year-old. (Source: Fabrizio Romano)
  • Randal Kolo Muani from Eintracht Frankfurt is one of six strikers on Manchester United’s shortlist. The 24-year-old France international is seeking assurances of a starting position under manager Erik ten Hag. (Source: Manchester Evening News)
  • Liverpool is in early talks with Nice midfielder Khephren Thuram (22) and Borussia Monchengladbach’s midfielder Manu Kone (22). (Source: Football Insider)
  • A transfer to Arsenal for West Ham’s 24-year-old English midfielder Declan Rice is reportedly a done deal. (Source: Ran)
  • Steven Gerrard, former manager of Rangers and Aston Villa, is contemplating an offer to coach Saudi Arabian club Al-Ettifaq. (Source: Reuters)
  • Arsenal has initiated discussions with Leicester for a potential deal to sign Belgian full-back Timothy Castagne. (Source: Goal)
  • Tottenham’s transfer target, Brazilian defender Roger Ibanez (24), is set to leave Roma, with the Serie A club eager to finalize a quick sale. (Source: La Gazzetta dello Sport, via Express)
  • Former Wolves defender RomainSaiss, the 33-year-old captain of Morocco, is keen on a return to the Premier League after his move to Besiktas last summer. (Source: Foot Mercato)
  • Burnley has made a 15m euro (£12.8m) offer for Anderlecht’s Dutch goalkeeper Bart Verbruggen. (Source: Nieuws Blad)
  • Renan Lodi, the 25-year-old Brazilian full-back from Atletico Madrid, is unlikely to return to Nottingham Forest after his loan spell last season, preferring a move to a Champions League club. (Source: Football Transfers)
  • Manchester City is planning to offer German goalkeeper Stefan Ortega a new contract worth £85,000-a-week to deter interest from Bayern Munich. (Source: Sun)

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