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Football: Poland to play four friendlies ahead of Euro 2020

09.12.2019 07:45
Poland’s national football squad will play four friendly matches on home turf ahead of next year’s European championships, officials have announced.
Image: laczynaspilka.pl

Poland will play two friendlies in March and another two in June, according to an official schedule released by the Polish Football Association (PZPN).

Manager Jerzy Brzęczek’s men will take on Finland in the southwestern city of Wrocław on March 27, and then play Ukraine at a revamped Silesian Stadium in Chorzów, in the country’s south, on March 31.

Poland will also play a friendly with Russia at the National Stadium in Warsaw on June 2.

A week later, the Polish team will face off against Iceland in a fourth fixture on home turf in the western city of Poznań, PZPN officials said after a meeting on Friday.

The Polish team last month defeated Slovenia 3-2 in its last Euro 2020 qualifier, having already secured a spot in next year’s tournament.

Poland will play Spain and Sweden in the group stage of the tournament, following a draw in Bucharest, Romania, at the end of November.

Their group E will be completed by the team that will emerge victorious from play-offs in March between Bosnia-and-Herzegovina, Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Slovakia. 

The Euro 2020 tournament will be held from June 12 to July 12, 2020 in 12 cities around Europe.

Poland in 2016 made it through to the quarterfinals of the European championships in France, losing to Portugal on penalties.


Source: PAP