German Japan Bowl live at Eurosport 2


The German-Japan-Bowl on 24th of  April in the Düsseldorf ESPRIT Arena will be shown live on television. Eurosport 2 will transmit the international match between Germany and Japan, across Europe from 19 o'clock. Eurosport 2 is the digital sister channel of the leading European sports channel Eurosport division based in Paris and the Eurosport channel group specializes specifically on live reporting, especially profiled in American sports. Eurosport 2 broadcasts his program in up to ten languages in Europe and is represented in most major cable networks. In the German-Japan Bowl is therefore not only in German language comments, but also spread an English version for international markets.

In Germany, Eurosport 2 is represented on the cable network nationwide, according to the state for Kabel Deutschland, UnityMedia or BW Kabel. To receive the channel via the DSL-TV there are offerings from T-Home Entertainment and Alice-DSL. Satellite program is sent on the Astra satellite. The full program is also sent on IP-TV in the Internet under

The two-time World Champion and reigning Vice-Champion Japan  and two-time Bronze Medal winner Germany have never been meet during the World-Championships or in a friendship game. The first direct duel promises, therefore  a very special attraction. The German team is in the preparations for the European Championship in his own country from 24th till  31st of July.

During the Junior World Championships 2009 the Juniors of Japan have stopped Germany shortly before the semifinals. Now the men's national teams are fighting to be the best football team outside the USA.

Regarding the World Cup 2011 in Austria Germany and Japan will probably meet each other in the first round, both fighting for the final. It will now be useful to see, where the German team performan in comparison with Japan.

The pan-European live television broadcast of the game, reflecting the role of the first international between Germany and Japan, therefore, now account both the venue: The Düsseldorf offers ESPRIT Arena as one of the most modern stadiums in Germany set the stage for the comparison, and - execpt the 2005 world games final final in Duisburg - there was also the chance that the previous attendance record for the German national team games can be significantly exceeded - the old mark of 5,700 spectator is still from the 1997 game against Austria. Austria will be the opponent of Germany at the opening game of European Championship in Frankfurt's Commerzbank Arena.

Who - despite of live TV broadcast-  will help to put the new record-bar as high as possible, can buy tickets for the game at the d: ticket hotline 01805-633 337 (0,14 € / min) or at all known booking offices.

Many japanese people living in and around Düsseldorf will use the game to show their flag. If you think that our german National Team deserves your support so come to the ESPRIT arena to wave your flag aund raise your voice to support the German Team in the first of many important games in 2010...

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