Germany is going for gold outside the Olympic venues as well, hosting a giant party every afternoon and evening at a fantastic venue for this London 2012 Olympic attraction. We’ll be live-blogging from the site, plus we’ve got all the essential information for you to plan your visit below.
Monday, 6 August
5:40pm Great atmosphere down at the German House. It’s nearly full as everyone has their eyes glued on the semi-finals of the Men’s team table tennis. Germany are up against China and a huge roar has just gone up as Germany have just won the 2nd set to level the match at 1-1. I have just been speaking to some German fans who tell me that the whole country has been anticipating this match and they really believe the team can produce a sensational victory over the highly fancied Chinese. It has certainly seemed to have caught the imagination of the German fans here in London. If you fancy sharing a drink and soaking up the great atmosphere with them then now would be a good time to come. Queues are very small at the moment.
Thursday, 2 August
Great atmosphere here at a packed out Germany House.
The vast number of German supporters are still celebrating Germany’s Angelique Kerber’s victory in the Women’ tennis quarter final.
There was plenty of beer and food going round as a large crowd took in the match on one of the number of screens broadcasting German coverage of the Games.
The German food on offer was: pretzel £1.50, cheese pretzel £2, German bratwurst in roll £3, roasted pork with pickled cabbage in bun £4.
Drinkwise, you can enjoy a German pint for £5, and they are also running a deal were you can buy 5 pints for the price of 4.
The next must see event coming up is on Saturday when musicians from Mecklenburg-Vorpommern will be performing live and club music with their guests.
It all starts at 8pm with trombone-guitar duo Jorg Huke & Wolfgang Schmiedt, before the fourth and final act, London lounge icon Mixmaster Morris.
Where is it: Deutches Haus, or German House, is located at the Museum of London Docklands.
Nearest tube: The venue is walking distance from Canary Wharf and West India Quays DLR.
Hours: Fan Fest at German House is open to the public from 12pm to midnight daily.
Cost: Free before 5pm; £10 after.
Watching the Games: Multiple large screens on site.
Highlights: There will be live music performances on the stage, as well as whole host of other entertainment. Authentic German food and drink on offer.