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The Dutch national football team will begin european CHAMPIONSHIP on June 14th in Amsterdam-Ukraine

The Dutch national football team will begin the european CHAMPIONSHIP of 2020, with a face-off against the Ukraine. The countries meet each other on Sunday, 14 June at 21: 00 o’clock in the Johan Cruijff ArenA, Amsterdam, and so it proved on Saturday when the draw is in a very quiet area.

The orange continues on to the CHAMPIONSHIP with a game against Austria on Thursday, 18 June at 21: 00 in Amsterdam, the netherlands), and Romania and countries of the so-called path-D, Monday, 22 June at 18.00 cet, in Amsterdam, the netherlands).

It was before the draw was already known in the Netherlands and the Ukraine on the other would come up in the c group, Only out of pot 3, but had to be an opponent, and that was in Austria.

As Romania is still in the play-offs, the Nations League will have to place in the european CHAMPIONSHIP cannot compete, then it will find the potential for EUROPEAN debutants, Georgia, Belarus, Russia, and North of Macedonia (fyrom) and Kosovo.

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These are the opponents of the Orange to the european CHAMPIONSHIPS is worth

Turkey-Italy’s first match at the european CHAMPIONSHIP

Turkey, Italy on Friday, 12 June, in Rome, in the first match of the european CHAMPIONSHIP. On Saturday, the 13th June, Wales, Switzerland, Belgium), a Belgium-Russia (Saint-Petersburg, russia), and Denmark, Finland, Copenhagen) will be played.

The next european CHAMPIONSHIPS in twelve different countries and is finished in honor of the sixtieth anniversary of the union. The final will take place on Sunday the 12th of July in London.

The number one and two out of a total of six groups of four teams qualify for the knock-out stages. Here are the four best numbers three have to be added.

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All of the opponents of the Orange to the european CHAMPIONSHIPS

The full draw is

Group A: Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, Wales,
Group B: Belgium, Russia, Denmark, Finland, Norway
Group C: Ukraine, Netherlands, Austria, the netherlands, the winner of the play-offs: D
Group D: England, Croatia, the Czech republic, the winner of the play-offs, C
Group E: Spain, Poland, Sweden, switzerland, the winner of the play-offs, W
Group G: Germany, France, italy, Portugal, and the winner of the play-offs, A

The Play-offs for the last EUROPEAN ticket

Path A: Romania, Iceland, and Bulgaria, Hungary,
Path B:in Bosnia and Northern ireland, Ireland and the Slovak republic-republic of Ireland
Path:C: Norway, Serbia, Scotland, Israel,
The Path to D: in Georgia, White Russia, and to the North of the Macedonia-Kosovo

Performance dates: march 26th (semi-final) and 31 march (final).

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