Germany vs France live 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP Quarter-finals

France vs. Germany live 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP Quarter-finals
Germany vs France live 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP Quarter-finals

Watch Germany vs France Live FIFA WORLD CUP 2014 on 04 Jul 2014 @13:00 Local time or Eastern Time 12:00 PM ETGermany vs France Live Match will held at Estadio do Maracana Rio De Janeiro (BRA)Germany vs France Live Match is under Quarter-finals. Here you can watch Germany vs France live HD Football Match and also get free p2p live stream! based on your demand. Just follow the below links which will lead you to go the live match. You are most welcome to catch Germany vs France live enjoyable match events staying with us.

France vs. Germany live 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP on 04 Jul 2014
Germany vs France live 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP on 04 Jul 2014

Germany vs France LIVE 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP MATCH
COMPETITION NAME: Germany vs France 
VENUE: Estadio do Maracana Rio De Janeiro (BRA)
COMPETITOR: France, Germany
DATE: 04 Jul 2014
TIME: 13:00 Local time | 12:00 PM ET
Stage: Quarter-finals

France vs. Germany LIVE 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP

Squad Lists (France)
Goalkeepers: Lloris, Ruffier, Landreau.
Defenders: Debuchy, Digne, Evra, Koscielny, Sagna, Mangala, Sakho, Varane
Midfielders: Cabaye, Matuidi, Mavuba, Pogba, Schneiderlin, Sissoko, Valbuena
Forwards: Benzema, Cabella, Giroud, Griezmann, Remy

Squad Lists (Germany)
Goalkeepers: Neuer, Weidenfeller, Zieler
Defenders: Boateng, Durm, Grosskreutz, Howedes, Hummels, Lahm, Mertesacker, Mustafi
Midfielders: Draxler, Ginter, Gotze, Kramer, Khedira, Kroos, Muller, Ozil, Schurrle, Schweinsteiger
Forwards: Klose, Podolski

The Match Facts of France VS Germany 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP
OFFICIALS Referee: Nestor PITANA from Argentina (ARG)
Assistant Referee 1: Hernan MAIDANA (ARG)
Assistant Referee 2: Juan Pablo BELATTI (ARG)
Fourth official: Jonas ERIKSSON (SWE)

HEAD-TO-HEAD Overview:
FRA: WINS (11), DRAWS (6)
GER: WINS (8), DRAWS (6)
FRA: 41
GER: 42

About the Stadium of ESTADIO DO MARACANA:
Stadium name: Estadio do Maracana
City: Rio De Janeiro
Year constructed: 1950
Overall capacity: 74738

Built for the 1950 FIFA World Cup Brazil™, the Estadio Jornalista Mario Filho, better known as the Maracana, provided the venue for that year’s truly memorable decider between the host nation and Uruguay, one of the most dramatic chapters in the history of the competition.
The Rio de Janeiro stadium will be in the limelight once again at Brazil 2014, hosting seven games in all, more than any other venue. Among those matches will be the Final on 13 July.
Once the largest stadium in the world, packing in crowds of up to 200,000 – among the highest attendances ever seen in the history of the game – the Maracana now has a reduced capacity of 74,738 for Brazil 2014. It remains, nevertheless, the country’s biggest football ground.
Respecting the original layout of the stadium, the project for its refurbishment included the demolition of the lower ring of seats, the construction of a new ring offering improved visibility, the expansion of the access ramps and the replacement of all seating. The stadium is also be fitted with a new roof complete with a rainwater collection system. The facade, which has been listed by the National Institute of Historical and Artistic Heritage, remains untouched.
Rio’s second most popular tourist attraction, the Maracana continued to attract football fans from all over the world, even as it underwent renovation. Visitors to the stadium could watch work unfold from the Torre de Vidro (Glass Tower), built especially for the occasion, and could even take a piece of the old stadium away with them as a souvenir.

About the City of Rio De Janeiro:

On 1 January 1502, the Portuguese explorer Gaspar de Lemos brought his ship into a bay on the Brazilian coast, which is now called Guanabara Bay. Mistakenly confusing the bay with the mouth of a river, he named it Rio de Janeiro - literally translated as the January River.
The city of Rio de Janeiro itself was founded on 1 March 1565 by Estacio de Sa, and was the seat of Brazilian politics from 1764 until 1960, when it was replaced by Brasilia. Nonetheless, Rio remains Brazil's most popular tourist destination and cultural hotspot, besides being the country's second most populous metropolis with just over 6 million residents.
As well as its incomparable natural beauty, Rio's rich history and the cariocas' contagious joie de vivre have all contributed to making the city known and loved across the globe. The highlights of the Rio calendar include the New Year's Eve celebrations and world-famous Carnival. This bustling metropolis, located between a tropical forest and a series of magnificent beaches, is an ideal base for exploring either, while the Cidade Maravilhosa has everything fans of modern urban life could wish for.
Rio de Janeiro is without doubt a city packed with contrasts: its striking colonial architecture recalling a bygone era while its imposing modern buildings represent a bright future. Perhaps the two most iconic sights are the Sugarloaf Mountain and the statue of Christ the Redeemer, which sits atop the Corcovado Mountain, these images winging their way around the world on the front of millions of postcards.

Rio de Janeiro is the very depiction of Brazilian football with all forms of kick abouts taking on its streets, public parks and vast beaches. It comes as no surprise, then, that the city is the birthplace of such world-renowned footballers as Jairzinho, Zico, Ronaldo and Romario, to name but a few.
Four of Brazil's biggest and most popular clubs are based in the Cidade Maravilhosa: Botafogo, Fluminense, Vasco da Gama and Flamengo, the club with the country's biggest fan base, of over 30 million aficionados.
Football is like a religion for the cariocas, and its temple is undoubtedly the mythical state-owned Maracana, arguably the most famous and once the largest stadium in the world. Officially named Mario Filho Stadium, after a famous sports journalist, the Maracana was inaugurated shortly before the 1950 FIFA World Cup in Brazil and hosted five of the home country's six matches in that competition, including the fateful 1-2 loss to Uruguay in the final match of the tournament. The resounding defeat on 16 July 1950 - dubbed Maracanazo by world champions Uruguay - was to be forever remembered as a national disaster in Brazil.
The Maracana has been completely renewed for the FIFA World Cup, in order to offer absolute comfort while still being the largest stadium in Brazil as a 75,117-seater. 
The Engenhão, which was built as a venue for the Pan-American Games in 2007 and will be used in the 2016 Olympic Games, is the home ground of Botafogo. Vasco owns the São Januário, a stadium built in the 1920s that was the largest in the country before the Maracanã was opened.

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