Germany vs Japan next match date and time in Bangladesh
Germany vs Japan next match
Group stage matches 1 of 3.
Germany VS. Japan.
23 November 2022 at 7.00 PM.
Venue: Khalifa International Stadium.
Germany vs Japan head to head
- Games won by Germany: 2.
Game draw: 2
Japan Games Won: 0.
Date / Match / Result Score / Competition
16 October 1963 /Japan v West Germany /1-1 /A v Amateur.
17 January 1968 /Japan vs West Germany /0-1/ at v amateur.
16 December 2004 /Japan vs Germany / 0-3 /International Friendly.
30 May 2006 / Germany vs Japan / 2-2 / International Friendly.
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Khalifa International Stadium
Khalifa International Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located in Doha, Qatar. It is part of Doha Sports City. It is named after the former Emir of Qatar, Khalifa Bin Hamad Al Thani. The 2011 AFC Asian Cup final was held at this stadium. This stadium is the first to be completed among the stadiums that will host matches of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Received a four-star rating in 2017 from the Global Sustainability Assessment System (GSAS), a world first.
Fireworks at the stadium during the 2006 Asian Games. This stadium was inaugurated in 1976. In 1992, the stadium was a host stadium for the 11th Gulf Cup. Qatar won the Gulf Cup here for the first time. It was renovated and expanded for the 2006 Asian Games, increasing its capacity from 20,000 to 40,000 seats. A roof surrounds the west side of this stadium. There is a huge arch on the eastern side, which was used as a base for fireworks since the opening ceremony of the 2006 Asian Games.
Prior to the 2005 renovation, the stadium was mostly used to host football matches, but the ground was also developed for a number of other sports. Since 1997, the stadium has hosted the Diamond League (previously known by another name) track and field competition in Doha.It is the home stadium of the Qatar national football team. The stadium hosted 6 matches of the 2011 Pan Arab Games, hosting all Qatar national team matches in the group stage, as well as the quarter-finals, semi-finals and final of the tournament.
After one more renovation, the stadium reopened in May 2017. The stadium hosted the 2019 World Athletics Championships in September, and October of the same year. On 1 December 2019, the stadium was scheduled to host two 2019 FIFA Club World Cup matches. In 2022, following the decision to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, the stadium’s capacity was planned to increase to 68,000.