Germany will face France in an exciting international friendly fixture on 25 October 2014 in Offenbach.
The fixture is subject to Germany’s World Cup qualification.
Germany are also scheduled to play Sweden in a international friendly on 29 October, the venue has not yet been confirmed.
Germany coach Silvia Neid commented to DFB (Google translated): “Although still missing one point from two games to our direct World Cup qualifiers, we have to promote the planning for encounters with strong opponents, because otherwise compete with other First, however, our focus is on the qualification. make perfect for the World Cup in the games against Russia and Ireland.”
Germany are currently top of their FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 qualifying Group 1 after eight games.
Germany will play England in November at Wembley Stadium in an international friendly, then England will travel to Germany for the return fixture.
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