German present tense
Although German has one form of the present tense, this tense can also apply to the future. For example: "Ich spiele morgen Schach" means "I am playing chess tomorrow" or "I will play chess tomorrow". "Ich singe morgen in der Schule" means "I am singing tomorrow at school" or "I will be singing tomorrow at school".
This present tense is commonly used to imply future time, complemented by a time adverb that indicates future time is intended: "Nächstes Jahr reisen wir in die Schweiz" - "Next year, we will travel (are traveling) to Switzerland".
Be aware there are many irregular verb forms that do not follow the present tense conjugation pattern of ending verbs.