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Germany vs Austria – Quarter-Final – Preview & Prediction | UEFA Women’s Euro 2022

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When is Germany vs Austria on and what time does it start? Germany vs Austria will take place on Thursday 21st July, 2022 – 20:00 (UK)

Where is Germany vs Austria taking place? Germany vs Austria will take place at Brentford Community Stadium in Brentford, England

Where can I get tickets for Germany vs Austria? Click here for the latest ticket information for Germany vs Austria

What channel is Germany vs Austria on in the UK? Germany vs Austria will be televised live on BBC channels

Where can I stream Germany vs Austria in the UK? Germany vs Austria can be streamed live on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website & app


  • Germany have won each of the previous two international matches between these two nations. W 4-2 (2016), W 3-1 (2018), both were friendly matches
  • Germany had won 15 successive knockout phase matches at Women’s EURO before losing against Denmark in the quarter-finals in 2017
  • Germany have won all nine of their Women's EURO matches in England, scoring 28 goals and conceding just three
  • Germany have remarkably only lost three of their 43 WEURO matches W34 D6 L3
  • Germany have scored 97 goals at the WEURO finals, they are three goals away from becoming the first team to reach the landmark of 100
  • Germany have kept eight clean sheets in their last ten Women’s EURO final tournament matches
  • Germany have scored two or more goals in five of their last six Women’s EURO final tournament matches
  • Germany have never failed to score in a knockout phase match at the WEURO finals (22 matches played)
  • Alexandra Popp has scored in Germany’s last three WEURO final tournament matches, a goal will see her equal Heidi Mohr’s record of scoring in four successive WEURO final tournament matches for Germany (Mohr didn’t achieve this at the same tournament)
  • Austria have won nine of their last 11 international matches (L2)
  • This is Austria’s second successive Women's EURO quarter-final following their appearance on their debut at the finals in 2017: 30/07/2017: Austria 0-0 Spain (aet, Austria won 5-3 on pens, Tilburg)
  • Austria have kept seven clean sheets in their last 11 international matches
  • Austria have kept a total of six clean sheets in their previous eight Women’s EURO final tournament matches


Germany: Frohms; Gwinn, Hendrich, Hegering, Rauch; Dabritz, Oberdorf, Magull; Huth, Popp, Buhl

Austria: Zinsberger; Wienroither, Wenninger, Schnaderbeck, Hanshaw; Puntigam; Hickelsberger, Zadrazil, Feiersinger, Dunst; Billa


Three excellent victories for Germany in the group stage sees them enter the quarter-finals riding the crest of a wave and it is unsurprising that they are clear favourites to overcome Austria, who advanced courtesy of a hard-fought 1-0 triumph over Norway. Germany have successfully combined defensive stability with real dynamism going forward and are expected to dominate the play here at Brentford Community Stadium. Whilst Austria won't prove easy to break down with the defence having recorded seven clean sheets across their last 11 international fixtures, Germany should have enough cutting edge to eventually break through the Austrian backline and any outcome here other than victory for Germany would be considered the biggest shock of the tournament so far.

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