Summer, sun and EM! – First bathe, grill, chill – then win against Ronaldo!


Offenbach – Hoch “Zoe” brings us the hottest weekend of the year so far.

Just in time for the Portugal game, Germany is in top form: “With a temperature of over 30 degrees, we are currently the warmest region in Europe,” says Christian Herold from the German Weather Service (DWD). Front runner: the east. Here the temperatures climb up to 37 degrees on Saturday.

The reason for the persistent heat: hot air from North Africa. It also brings Saharan dust to Germany by Sunday at the latest, which clouds the sky and can create veils. This means that there is less solar radiation and the temperatures drop.

Nevertheless: heat and little rain are a dangerous combination for our forests. There is a risk of fire. The danger is particularly high in the northeast because the top soil layers are too dry.

In Brandenburg there have already been at least 80 such forest fires this year, more than 15 hectares of forest are affected. But Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Berlin, Thuringia, Lower Saxony, Hesse, Rhineland-Palatinate and Baden-Württemberg are also at risk.

At least in some regions, the heat situation is easing. Saturday already brings rain in some places. In the south and east there are thunderstorms with hail and heavy rain during the day.

Big game Germany-Portugal from 6 p.m. in the first



Portugal’s superstar Cristiano Ronaldo (36) Photo: Christian Charisius / dpa

The Super-Sun-Football-Party-Saturday: First bathe, grill – and then win against Ronaldo! BILD asked around how Germans want to enjoy this day!

The Vieira family from Berlin


The Vieira family guessed 2-0 for Portugal

The Vieira family guessed 2-0 for PortugalPhoto: Michael Hübner / nurfotos.de

SHE is German, HE is Portuguese. When Frederico (42) and Sandra Vieira (37) from Berlin cheer on their teams, it gets particularly heated! The family watches the game with friends on the roof terrace. The children Luis Augusto (5) and Ana Filipa (2) shout “Tor” with mom and “Golo” with dad.

Martin (32) from Hamburg


Keeping a cool head during this hot game is Martin's motto

Keeping a cool head during this hot game is Martin’s motto Photo: Martin Brinckmann

The merchant keeps a cool head with cases of beer! “I watch the game with my wife, my son and my buddy in the gazebo, I bet 3: 1 for Germany!”

Tobias Eisenbrand (35) from Weimar (Thuringia)


Tobias Eisenbrand with his friends' son, Lenny (13)

Tobias Eisenbrand with his friends’ son, Lenny (13)Photo: Johannes Krey

The cake designer has a cool spot for Saturday evening: “The five of us spend the hot evening in the pool – you can also watch the TV from there. Our tip: 3: 2 for Germany. “

Michael Broda (39) from Berlin


Delicious sausages: Michael Broda is prepared for the barbecue evening on Saturday

Delicious sausages: Michael Broda is prepared for the barbecue evening on SaturdayPhoto: Ufuk Ucta

The computer scientist: “I have a barbecue with friends. I got my favorite sausages for that. If Germany then wins 3-0, it will be a great evening!

Stefan Kalweit (27) from Fürth (Bavaria)


He is fit on the green lawn: Physiotherapist Stefan Kalweit

He is fit on the green lawn: Physiotherapist Stefan Kalweit Photo: Daniel Löb

The physiotherapist is already warmed up for today’s game: “Just sizzling in the sun is too boring for me. So I do a little sport on the side. “

Lady elephant Yashoda


Töröööö!  When it comes to Yashoda, it is clear who will win on Saturday: Germany

Töröööö! When it comes to Yashoda, it is clear who will win on Saturday: GermanyPhoto: Ulrich Perrey / dpa

The pachyderm from Hamburg’s Hagenbeck Zoo is the oracle for the European Football Championship: On Friday, she pulled a German flag out of the basket with her trunk and left the Portuguese flag lying there. Means: Victory for US!

Three ladies at the lake


These three make themselves comfortable on the Ammersee

These three make themselves comfortable on the AmmerseePhoto: Robert Gongoll

Agency boss Ronja Menzel (31, center) from Munich dared to go into the lake for the first time this summer with her friends Carolin Mayer (31, left) and Carina Jelonnek (32). “We tend not to watch football today – we prefer to meet to chat in the beer garden.”

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