Handball: World Handball Championship, broadcast: Germany vs. France in the quarter-finals today live on TV, live stream and live ticker

After the avoidable defeat in the last main round game against Norway, the German national handball team meets France in the quarter-finals. Here you can find out how you can follow the game live on TV, live stream and live ticker.

Two days after the avoidable 26:28 defeat in the last main round game against Norway, the German national handball team meets France in the quarter-finals. The mood in the DHB team is subdued after the missed chance of winning the group. “Of course this defeat hurts. It annoys us all,” said playmaker Juri Knorr after the game against the Scandinavians. The 22-year-old from the Rhein-Neckar Löwen was a goal guarantor, especially in the early stages.

So now it’s against France. The western neighbor won the main round group I and has five wins in five games so far. A tough task awaits the German team. It will depend above all on efficiency, which was regularly lacking against Norway. “We could have gone home with a better shooting rate,” says national coach Alfred Gislason.

You can see live today whether this can be improved in the quarter-finals against France in Gdansk, Poland. You can find out how you can do this on TV, live stream and live ticker here SPOX.

Handball World Cup, broadcast: Germany vs. France in the quarterfinals today live on TV, live stream and live ticker

The quarter-final game against “Les Experts” will also be broadcast on free TV. The two public broadcasters ARD and des ZDF share the rights to broadcast the tournament and take turns doing so. So today’s game is that again ZDF responsible for the broadcast. The broadcast starts on the second German television station at 8:15 p.m., and the game kicks off a quarter of an hour later at 8:30 p.m. The following TV team takes care of the ZDF about the accompaniment of the game:

  • Reporter: Christoph Hamm, Markus Baur
  • Moderator: Kathrin Müller-Hohenstein
  • Expert: Soren Christophersen

There is also a match between the two handball heavyweights in the live stream ZDF to see. All you have to do is in the ZDF Mediathek turn on.

Another option is the sports platform sportdeutschland.tv. There you can see not only the games of the German team but also all other games of the tournament.

In order to be able to switch on there, however, a Tournament Ticket here. This costs 15 euros.

Handball World Cup: The quarter-finals at a glance

meeting encounter venue
Wed., 25.1., 6 p.m Norway vs Spain Ergo Arena, Gdansk
Wed., 25.1., 6 p.m Denmark vs Hungary Tele2 Arena, Stockholm
Wed., 25.1., 8.30 p.m Sweden vs Egypt Tele2 Arena, Stockholm
Wed., 25.1., 8.30 p.m Germany vs France Ergo Arena, Gdansk

Handball World Cup, transmission: Germany vs. France in the quarterfinals today in the live ticker

If you can’t be there on TV or in the live stream, you should SPOX– Follow live ticker. There you are guaranteed not to miss a game-decisive scene.

Here you come directly to the live ticker of the game Germany vs. France.

Handball World Cup, broadcast: Germany vs. Norway in the main round today live on TV, live stream and live ticker – information at a glance

  • Encounter: Germany vs France
  • Round: Quarterfinals
  • Date: January 25, 2023
  • throw: 8.30 p.m
  • Location: Ergo Arena, Gdansk, Poland
  • TV: ZDF
  • live stream: ZDF, Sportdeutschland.tv

Handball World Cup: German squad

Before the quarterfinals against France, national coach Alfred Gislason nominated pivot Tim Zechel. He is expected to replace Paul Drux, who was recently ill.

player position society shirt number nickname
Andrew Wolff Goal VIVE Lomza Kielce/POL 33 “And I”
Joel Birlehm Goal Rhein-Neckar Löwen 41
Luke Mertens left winger SC Magdeburg 36 “speedy”
Rune Dahmke left winger THW Kiel 34
Paul Drux back space left Foxes Berlin 95 “paul”
Philip Weber back space left SC Magdeburg 20 “pipo”
Julian Koester back space left VfL Gummersbach 18
Yuri Knorr back center Rhein-Neckar Löwen 15
Luca Witzke back center SC DHfK Leipzig 99
Simon Ernest back center SC DHfK Leipzig 40
Kai Häfner back room on the right MT Melsungen 25 “Swabian Power”
Djibril M’Bengue back room on the right Bergischer HC 19 “Djibi”
Christopher Steinert back room on the right HC Erlangen 44 “Steini”
Patrick Groetzki right winger Rhein-Neckar Löwen 24 “Johnny”
John Golla Circle SG Flensburg-Handewitt 4 “battle sow”
Jannik Kohlbacher Circle Rhein-Neckar Löwen 80 “cabbage”

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