• Real aim for goal fest

    Look ahead to Tuesday's Champions League action as champions Real Madrid go on the goal trail against minnows Legia Warsaw.

  • England set Germany friendly date

    England will travel to Germany for a friendly international in Dortmund on March 22, the Football Association announced Friday.

  • Germany's cricket boom poised to hit the silver screen

    A boom of interest in cricket in Germany, fuelled by the influx of asylum seekers from Pakistan and Afghanistan, is a tale poised to hit the silver screen.

  • Fury vacates world heavyweight titles

    Tyson Fury's troubled 11th month reign as world heavyweight champion comes to an end when the British boxer announces he would be vacating his WBO and WBA titles "to fully focus on his medical treatment and recovery".

  • Germany want power show

    Germany want a show of power in Saturday's 2018 World Cup qualifier against a Czech Republic side hoping for 'a little

  • Germans angry at Beckenbauer

    A majority of Germans believe football legend Franz Beckenbauer no longer deserves the nickname 'Kaiser Franz', given the latest

  • Schumacher's lawyer reveals the racing driver cannot stand

    German retired racing driver and seven-time Formula One World Champion Michael Schumacher is unable to stand even with the assistance of therapists, let alone walk claims his lawyer Felix Damm.

  • Kerber celebrates No. 1 by reaching final

    Reaching top of the world seems to agree with Angelique Kerber, who celebrates her ascension to the number one ranking with a 6-4 6-3 win over Caroline Wozniacki to advance to the U.S. Open final.

  • FIFA proposes fine in 2006 WC bid probe

    FIFA's ethics committee has recommended former German FA secretary general Helmut Sandrock be fined 50,000 Swiss francs

  • Beckenbauer has bypass surgery

    German soccer great Franz Beckenbauer undergoes open heart bypass surgery in an operation scheduled long before Swiss authorities opened criminal proceedings against him last week.

  • Germany maul Norway with Mueller double

    Thomas Mueller put his Euro 2016 goal drought behind him, scoring twice to give dominant Germany an easy 3-0 win away to Norway in their opening World Cup qualifier.

  • Loew banking on rising stars

    With Manuel Neuer confirmed as his new captain, Joachim Loew plans to blood Germany's next generation as part of his team's preparations to defend their World Cup title in Russia.

  • Podolski quits int'l football

    German striker Lukas Podolski announces his retirement from international duty for the Mannschaft after appearing 129 times for the World champions.

  • Germany rout Portugal

    Arsenal's Serge Gnabry becomes the Olympics' top scorer as Germany end Portugal's hopes of adding gold to a glorious 2016 with a 4-0 win.

  • Art gallery rejoices over found Durer

    Stuttgart's art museum says a print by Albrecht Durer donated by a man who found it at a French flea market is in very good condition.

  • Brazil booed off as Neymar flops

    Brazil and superstar Neymar are booed off as their quest for a maiden Olympic football gold medal begins with a 0-0 draw against 10-man South Africa.

  • Man City sign Leroy Sane for £37 mn

    Germany winger Leroy Sane signs a five-year deal for Manchester City, both the Premier League side and his now former Bundesliga club Schalke 04 confirm on Tuesday.

  • Button cleared to race after eye check-up

    Jenson Button is fit to drive in the German Formula One Grand Prix following a visit to hospital for a precautionary check-up after a piece of carbon dust lodged in his eye during practice on Friday.

  • Puma expects even closer ties if Bolt retires

    German sportswear firm Puma is not worried about the possible imminent retirement of Usain Bolt, the highest profile athlete it sponsors, believing the Jamaican sprinter could be just as valuable off the track.

  • Rosberg hoping to get back on top in Germany

    Nico Rosberg can banish the disappointment of losing to Mercedes team mate and title rival Lewis Hamilton in Hungary last weekend by winning in Germany on Sunday and taking back the overall points lead.

  • Goetze heads back to Dortmund

    Germany's World Cup winning goalscorer Mario Goetze returns to Borussia Dortmund after a frustrating three seasons with Bayern Munich.

  • Loew staying on with Germany

    Germany's Joachim Loew said he would stay on to lead the World Cup winners to their title defence in Russia in 2018 despite an initial hesitation on whether to continue after a disappointing semi-final defeat to France last week at the Euro 2016.

  • Bremen player assaulted

    Melvyn Lorenzen will miss the first three weeks of Werder Bremen's pre-season training after being attacked on his own doorstep on Saturday night.

  • Schweinsteiger skips training

    Germany are waiting on the fitness of captain Bastian Schweinsteiger for their Euro 2016 semi-final against France in two days' time, as the Manchester United star sat out Tuesday's training.

  • Khedira out of Euros?

    Germany look set to be without key midfielder Sami Khedira for the rest of Euro 2016 due to a groin muscle tear, according to reports in media on Sunday.

  • Gomez out, 2 others in doubt

    Germany's Mario Gomez has been ruled out of the rest of Euro 2016 through injury while Sami Khedira and captain Bastian Schweinsteiger are doubts for Thursday's semi-final, the German Football Federation (DFB) said Sunday.

  • Germans reveal why they still 'Love UK'

    German paper Zeit Online decides to cheer the Brits up a bit and show they were still appreciated by asking its readers to list things they like about the UK.

  • 'Time to write new history'

    Oliver Bierhoff says it is time for Germany to write new history in the Euro 2016 quarter-finals as Thursday marked the 20th anniversary of his goals which won Euro '96.

  • Germany desperate to rewrite history

    Germany are determined to snap their tournament losing streak to Italy dating back almost half a century when the two meet in a Euro 2016 quarter-final on Saturday in Bordeaux, players said on Wednesday.

  • Podolski slates new format

    Germany forward Lukas Podolski has criticised the new 24-team format for the European Championship, labeling it 'stupid' as it created a great deal of confusion among the players.