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Defending Olympic champion Brazil will challenge for the gold medal in Tokyo, and both countries will face Germany.

This time the Brazilian team does not have Neymar, but they still have a wealth of talent in their lineup.


Barcelona legend Danny Alves heads to TokyoCredit: AFP or licensor

The young German team will cause a sensation in the group stage opener and become a popular candidate for medals.

When is Brazil vs. Germany?

  • The group stage of the Olympic Games is scheduled to be held on Thursday, July 22.
  • Kickoff time is 12.30 pm British Summer Time.
  • You can follow all operations on SunSport through our live blog.

Which TV channel and live broadcast can I watch?

You can capture all actions in real time on the BBC Red Button.

Go to BBC ONE and press the red button on the remote control to select this game from the “Sports” section.

If you want to stream, BBC iPlayer will allow you to watch the game from the beginning or live.

You can also use Discovery+, Eurosport 1, or Eurosport Player.

What is the team news?

Although the Brazilian team does not have Neymar, they still have many familiar faces.

Danny Alves and Arsenal’s central defender Gabriel are one of three players over the age of 23 on the team.

The German team is led by England’s old rival Stefan Kunz in 1996 and has many up-and-coming stars.

Max Arnold, Nadium Amiri and forward Max Kruse are three players over 23 years old.

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