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Football: Poland to play six Nations League matches this year

31.07.2020 06:30
The Polish national football squad is scheduled to play six Nations League matches this year, taking on the Netherlands, Italy and Bosnia-and-Herzegovina at home and away as Europe emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Polish team last year celebrated advancing to the European championships for the fourth time after a successful qualifying campaign.
The Polish team last year celebrated advancing to the European championships for the fourth time after a successful qualifying campaign.Image: laczynaspilka.pl

To begin with, Poland will face off against the Netherlands in Amsterdam on September 4 and then play Bosnia and Herzegovina away in their next fixture three days later.

On October 11, manager Adam Nawałka’s men are due to take on Italy on home turf in the coastal city of Gdańsk and then play Bosnia and Herzegovina at home in the southwestern city of Wrocław three days later.

On November 15, the Poles are scheduled to play an away game against Italy. Three days later they will play the Netherlands on home turf in the southern city of Chorzów.

The Nations League is the European football governing body UEFA’s newest national-team competition that is now in its second edition.

The competition is designed to enable teams to play against those that are similarly ranked and also offers an alternative path for teams to qualify for the 2022 World Cup.

Portugal won the first edition of the Nations League last year.

Poland players pose ahead of a European Championship qualifier against Slovenia in Warsaw in November. Poland players pose ahead of a European Championship qualifier against Slovenia in Warsaw in November. Photo: PAP/Leszek Szymański

Poland’s 2020 fixtures

September 4: The Netherlands (Nations League, Amsterdam)

September 7: Bosnia and Herzegovina (Nations League, away)

October 7: Finland (friendly, Gdańsk)

October 11: Italy (Nations League, Gdańsk)

October 14: Bosnia and Herzegovina (Nations League, Wrocław)

November 11: Ukraine (friendly, Chorzów)

November 15: Italy (Nations League, away)

November 18: The Netherlands (Nations League, Chorzów)

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Source: PAP