The board of the German Football Association (DFB) held a meeting on Friday in which they decided that the international game against Denmark will take place in Innsbruck on June 2. The Tivoli-Stadion was chosen as the host venue for logistical and organisational reasons with both teams preparing for the European Championship in Tirol.
“Unfortunately we can’t play in front of any fans in our warm-up games,” said Oliver Bierhoff, director of national teams and academies. “We have therefore chosen to play in nearby Innsbruck to reduce travel and save a bit of time for training and recovery.”
Germany’s final friendly ahead of the Euros will take place on June 7, capping off a preparation period which is set to get started on May 25. This last match will be against Latvia in Düsseldorf. On June 10, the squad will then move to the Adidas “World of Sports” in Herzogenaurach, the team’s base for the tournament.
Die Mannschaft start the 2020 Euros with a Game against world champions France on June 15 (21:00 CEST). Game two sees us face holders Portugal on June 19 (18:00 CEST) before the group stage concludes against Hungary on June 23 (21:00 CEST). All three group games will take place at the Allianz Arena in Munich.