Announced the plan of preparation of the national team for the matches of UEFA Euro

Объявлен план подготовки сборной на матчи отбора к Евро

The football Federation of Ukraine has published the schedule of the national team of Ukraine in the framework of the first two rounds of qualifying for the 2020 European championship.

The first team will begin on March 18 in Kiev. At the NSC Olimpiyskiy team will hold an open training session for fans (start 18:00) and head coach Andriy Shevchenko will meet with representatives of the media.

20 March at 16:30 national team will travel to Lisbon, where on March 22 in the opening qualifier for Euro 2020 will play with the current champion of Europe – Portugal.

On 23 March the team from Lisbon will go on to Monaco, where on March 25 will be the match Luxembourg – Ukraine.

Calendar of the national team of Ukraine in the selection for Euro 2020:
22.03.2019 Portugal – Ukraine 21:45
25.03.2019 Luxembourg – Ukraine 21:45
07.06.2019 Ukraine – Serbia 21:45
10.06.2019 Ukraine – Monaco 21:45
07.09.2019 Lithuania – Ukraine 19:00
11.10.2019 Ukraine – Lithuania 21:45
14.10.2019 Ukraine – Portugal 21:45
17.11.2019 Serbia – Ukraine 16:00

Earlier, Andriy Shevchenko announced the composition of Ukrainian team for the matches against Portugal and Luxembourg. In the application were 26 players, among which was not the defender of Petersburg “Zenith” Yaroslav Rakitskiy.

Goalkeepers: Pyatov (Shakhtar), Boyko (Dynamo), Lunin (Leganés)

Defenders: Burda, Shabanov, Mikolenko (Dynamo), Kryvtsov, Matvienko, Butko (Shakhtar Donetsk), Karavayev (Zorya), Sable (Jablonec)

Midfielders: Bolbat, Stepanenko, Kovalenko, Marlos (Shakhtar Donetsk), Sidorchuk, Shepelev, Shaparenko, buialskyi, Tsygankov (Dynamo), Linnet (Schalke), Malinowski (Genk), Bezus (Ghent), Zinchenko (Manchester city)

Forwards: Yaremchuk (Ghent), Kravets (Kayserispor)

Reservists: Plastun (Ghent), Petryak (Ferencvaros), Zozulya (Albacete)

Объявлен план подготовки сборной на матчи отбора к Евро

As reported by the portal Znayu that Yarmolenko became the most expensive player in the world.

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