Spain vs Germany live stream: How to watch World Cup 2022 game for free online, team news

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Spain vs Germany live stream, date, time, channels

The Spain vs Germany live stream takes place today (Sunday, Nov. 29).
Time 7 p.m. GMT / 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT / 6 a.m. AEDT (Nov. 25)
• U.S. — Watch on FS1 via Sling (opens in new tab)
• U.K. — Watch on Watch on BBC and BBC iPlayer (opens in new tab)
• Watch anywhere — try ExpressVPN 100% risk free (opens in new tab)

Two recent World Cup champions will meet in one of the most anticipated games of the World Cup to date. Spain and Germany are European heavyweights but have experienced contracting starts to the 2022 tournament. Spain thrashed Costa Rica by seven goals to nil, whereas Germany suffered a shock defeat to Japan.

Current form would suggest Spain are the favorites, but Germany needs to take something from this match to avoid an embarrassing early World Cup exit. The Spain vs Germany live stream is one not to be missed, and the good news is it’s being broadcast in both the U.S. and U.K. But we’ll show you how to watch the game online from anywhere in the world. Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch the Spain vs Germany live stream.

Don't miss the Spain vs Germany live stream, and it's easy to watch in the U.S., U.K., and worldwide. Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch the Spain vs Germany live stream. Plus, make sure you don’t miss a moment of the World Cup by checking out our full how to watch World Cup 2022 live streams hub. 

How to watch Spain vs Germany anywhere

The Spain vs Germany live stream will be shown on many different channels across the world, but what if you're not in your home country and want to watch it on your usual service?

The answer is to use a VPN, or virtual private network. A VPN will let you tune into your home coverage from wherever you are — meaning that if you're abroad, you can use one of the best VPN services to watch the games live as if you were in your lounge.

Our favorite right now is ExpressVPN (opens in new tab), thanks to its combination of superb speed, great customer service and excellent device support. It also offers a no-questions-asked 30-day money-back guarantee, so you could check it out without having to sign up long term.

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Using a VPN is incredibly simple.

1. Install the VPN of your choice. As we've said, ExpressVPN (opens in new tab) is our favorite.

2. Choose the location you wish to connect to in the VPN app. For instance if you're in the U.K. and want to view a U.S. service, you'd select U.S. from the list.

3. Sit back and enjoy the action. Head to Sling or another service and watch the game.

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Spain vs Germany live streams by country

How to watch the Spain vs Germany live stream in the US

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Soccer fans in the U.S. can watch the Spain vs Germany live stream on FOX and the FOX website (opens in new tab) with a valid login, if your local FOX affiliate is showing the match. FOX is included with all cable packages or with one of our best TV antenna picks. 

Another option would be Sling TV (opens in new tab): the Sling Blue package costs just $40 per month and comes with more than 30 channels including FOX (provided you're in an area with a local Fox affiliate). Best of all, right now Sling is offering half off the first month (opens in new tab), allowing you to watch the entire World Cup for just $20. 

Or you could go for Fubo.TV (opens in new tab). Its Pro Plan costs $70 per month but gives you 121 channels, including FOX (provided you have a local affiliate), plus lots more for sports fans to enjoy. 

Spanish language coverage is available via Telemundo or Peacock (opens in new tab). The first 12 games will be available to watch on a free account, but if you want to watch the full tournament you'll need a Peacock Premium subscription ($9.99/month). 

If you already use those services but aren't in the U.S. right now, you can watch the Spain vs Germany  live stream by using a VPN such as ExpressVPN (opens in new tab).

Sling TV (opens in new tab)

Sling TV (opens in new tab) offers two packages, both of which cost $40 a month. The Sling Blue plan comes with 30-plus channels, including NBC, NBCSN and USA. Plus, World Cup fans can stream the entire tournament on FS1 and FOX.

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If you love sports, you might want to check out Fubo.TV (opens in new tab). It's got FOX and FS1, a a 7-day free trial so you don't need to pay up front, and dozens of additional sports channels, including NBCSN and ESPN. 

How to watch the Spain vs Germany live stream in Canada

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Canadians can watch the Spain vs Germany live stream on TSN (opens in new tab), the home of World Cup 2022 in Canada. 

If you've cut the cord, you can sign up for TSN Direct (opens in new tab) for $19.99 per month or you can take an annual pass which works out at $16.66 per month. Plus, the service is open to all: you don't need to have TSN as part of an existing TV package.

If you live in Canada and already subscribe to TSN , but aren't at home right now, you can still watch a Spain vs Germany live stream by using a quality VPN like ExpressVPN (opens in new tab).

How to watch the Spain vs Germany live stream in the UK

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In the U.K., the Spain vs Germany live stream will be available to watch for free on BBC, or you can stream online via BBC iPlayer (opens in new tab). You will need a valid U.K. TV license in order to watch the game on TV or via online streaming. 

If you're not currently in the U.K. and have a valid TV license, you can still watch a Spain vs Germany live stream by using one of the best VPN services, such as ExpressVPN (opens in new tab)

How to watch the Spain vs Germany live stream in Australia

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Aussie soccer fans can watch the World Cup 2022 for free on SBS, including the Spain vs Germany live stream. The free-to-air network is available on traditional TV or online by using SBS On-Demand (opens in new tab).

Not in Australia right now? You can simply use a VPN to watch all the action on SBS as if you were back home. ExpressVPN (opens in new tab) is out top pick of the options out there.   

How to watch the Spain vs Germany live stream in New Zealand

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Kiwis can access the Spain vs Germany live stream via Sky Sport (opens in new tab). This costs $60.98 NZD per month, or you could go for the Sky Sport Now (opens in new tab) service, which gives you just the Sport channels but for a reduced cost of $19.99/week, $39.99/month or $399/year. 

Not at home in New Zealand right now? You can still follow every game of the World Cup 2022 by using one of the best VPN services, such as ExpressVPN (opens in new tab)

Spain vs Germany preview

Spain enjoyed the biggest win of the World Cup so far when they dismantled a poor Costa Rica side in their opening game of Group E. Perhaps most impressively Spain’s seven goals came from six different scorers displaying the sheer quality that runs through this team. The result was La Roja’s biggest-ever win at a World Cup. While it’s unlikely Spain will dominate Germany in quite such a convincing fashion as they did Costa Rica, right now Luis Enrique’s men are one of the clear favorites for World Cup glory and will look to send out statement to their rivals here. 

A high-flying Spain is likely one of the last sides that a bruised Germany would want to face right now. Once a force in international soccer, Germany’s recent history has been poor with a group stage exit at World Cup 2018 and a poor round of 16 defeat to England at Euro 2020. That streak continued with an unexpected defeat to Japan in their first group-stage game in Qatar. Germany don’t have time to lick their wounds, they need to bounce back quickly if they want to avoid consecutive World Cup group stage exits. Will the pressure be too much for Hansi Flick’s men or will the famously ruthless Germans remind the footballing world of their undeniable quality?

The Spain vs Germany live stream is arguably the most tantalizing fixture of the World Cup 2022 to date, and it’s sure to be match that will enthralling soccer fans across the globe. Make sure you don’t miss this match, it’s sure to be a thrilling encounter. 

Spain vs Germany team news

Alvaro Morata came off the bench to score Spain’s final goal against Costa Rica, and will be pushing to start here. Of course, the question of who would make way is a hard one to answer. Ferran Torres and Marco Asensio seem unlikely to be dropped. Coming off the back of a 7-0 win it’s unlikely that we’ll see many changes from Luis Enrique. 

Germany could look to freshen things up after their hugely disappointing defeat to Japan. Leroy Sane missed that game through injury but could be fit to play at least some part against Spain. Persistent questions surround the continued selection of Chelsa’s Kai Havertz, could his place in the starting XI be under threat?  

World Cup 2022 Group E table

Group E standings as of 11 a.m. ET on Sunday, November 27. 

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Header Cell - Column 0 PLAYEDGDPOINTS
Costa Rica2-63

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