EURO 2024 Germany vs Hungary 19th June: All you need to know

Germany and Hungary meet at the Stuttgart Arena on Wednesday, 19th June at 17:00. Germany are the favourites, but Hungary have proven to be difficult to beat in recent years and are unbeaten in their last three matches against their opponents, setting things up for an interesting 90 minutes.

Read our match preview to find out everything you need to know ahead of the games, including where you can watch Germany vs Hungary live on TV.

Match Information

Match Details

Date & Venue:

  • Wednesday 19th June @17:00
  • Venue: Stuttgart Arena

Broadcast Information

  • TV Channels & Streaming Options: BBC One, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport Online

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Preview for Germany vs Hungary

It’s David vs Goliath on paper, but the Germans should not underestimate a Hungary side who have beaten several big teams in recent years. Let’s take a look at the two teams and highlight some key players.

Germany – Current Form & Key Players

Germany automatically qualified as hosts for EURO 2024, so they haven’t had as much competitive action as other sides in the build up to this tournament. However, they began their EURO campaign with a flyer by smashing Scotland 5-1 on the opening day, and will look to build on that impressive display on matchday two. It won’t be easy, though, as the Germans have failed to beat Hungary in each of the last three meetings.

Still, Germany look strong already and have gained momentum at the right time with confidence-boosting wins against France and Holland in the months leading up to the tournament. Julian Nagelsmann has a good mix of youth and experience at his disposal, which is reflected in a strong midfield consisting of Toni Kroos, Ilkay Gundogan, and Florian Wirtz.

Hungary – Current Form & Key Players

Hungary, on the other hand, will not be intimidated by the challenge and will even feel that a victory is possible going in. Not only did they manage to go unbeaten in the qualifiers, but they also beat Germany away from home in the 2022/23 Nations League. Liverpool’s Dominik Szoboszlai is their main man, but keep an eye on striker Barnabas Varga, who has scored six goals in 11 games for his country and won the Golden Boot in Hungary’s top-flight in each of the last two seasons.

Germany vs Hungary Head-to-Head Statistics

23rd September 2022Germany 0-1 HungaryNations League
11th June 2022Hungary 1-1 GermanyNations League
23rd June 2021Germany 2-2 HungaryEURO 2020
4th June 2016Germany 2-0 HungaryFriendly
29th May 2010Hungary 0-3 GermanyFriendly
6th June 2004Germany 0-2 HungaryFriendly
15th August 2001Hungary 2-5 GermanyFriendly
12th October 1994Hungary 0-0 GermanyFriendly
18th November 1987Hungary 0-0 West GermanyFriendly
29th January 1885West Germany 0-1 HungaryFriendly

Predicted Lineups: Germany vs Hungary

Germany Probable Starting XI

  • Ter Stegen, Rudiger, Mittelstadt, Tah, Kimmich, Gundogan, Kroos, Musiala, Sane, Wirtz, Havertz

Hungary Probable Starting XI

  • Gulacsy, Orban, Long, A Szalai, Kerkez, Naggy, Shaffer, Nego, Szoboszlai, Lettuce, Wolf

Where/How to Watch Italy vs Albania EURO 2024

Match Schedule

  • Date and Time: June 19th at 20:00

Broadcast Channels

  • BBC One

Live Streaming Options

  • BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport Online


When does Germany play Hungary?

Germany vs Hungary kicks off on June 19th at 17:00.

Where is the Euros match between Germany and Hungary being played?

The game will be played at the Stuttgart Arena.

Where can I watch Germany vs Hungary on TV stream?

Viewers can watch the game live on BBC One, BBC iPlayer, and BBC Sport Online.