Arkadiusz Milik spurned a guilt-edged chance to put Poland in front early in the second half as he failed to make good enough contact with Kamil Grosicki’s dangerous cross.
World champions Germany struggled to muster up much against a sturdy Poland side, who will feel the more aggrieved out of the two with the draw after creating the better chances to break the deadlock.
Milik passed up another glorious chance to score in the second half, before Mesut Ozil flew straight up the other end to force Lukasz Fabianski into making a decent save.
Adam Nawalka’s men conclude their group campaign against Ukraine, who became first side to be eliminated following the draw between Germany and Poland.
Germany, who are joint-top of Group C with Poland on four points, finish against a Northern Ireland side who are in good spirits after beating Ukraine 2-0 in Lyon.
Fabianski deputised for injured former Arsenal team-mate Wojciech Szczesny in Poland’s goal, while Shkodran Mustafi – who scored in Germany’s 2-0 win over Ukraine – was replaced by Mats Hummels as both nations shuffled their packs.