Germany have a pretty decent track record in the World Cup, and they’ll be hoping that their next campaign, which comes later this year in Qatar, will fair well as it’s set to be the focus of a new documentary from Amazon.

The German Men’s National Team are set to join the raft of football-based docu-series currently available to stream, following the report that they will be the subject of Amazon’s latest. The six-episode series will follow Germany’s preparations for the 2022 Qatar World Cup later this year, as well as their progress in the tournament itself. Of course, both the German Football Association (DFB) and Amazon will be hoping for a better showing than in the last World Cup in 2018 when the then defending champions were knocked out in the group stages. 

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Reports suggest that the series will also initially cover the German’s participation at Euro 2020, where they eventually lost in the Round of 16 to host nation England. The idea is that the documentary will show the nation rising to prominence once more.

It will release in Spring 2023, by which time we’ll all know how it ultimately ends. 

The Amazon team supports us intensively and offers many exclusive insights into our processes," explained national coach Hansi Flick. "The documentary follows our goal of getting back to the top of the world and shows how hard we work to achieve it. Our biggest challenge is still to come with the World Cup. It will be challenging, emotional and hopefully successful in the end. We go ALL IN and want to go with it make the documentary possible for the fans.

Philip Pratt, Head of German Amazon Originals at Prime Video, says: "Prime members can look forward to an exciting journey with the German national soccer team. Our viewers will receive unique, intimate and emotional insights while the entire team will be on the exhausting Accompany the way to the fifth star up close. The whole of Germany and we at Prime Video hope for a happy ending."

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