Lithuania U21 v Czech Republic U21

European U21 Championship Qualifying • Group I (Time to be confirmed)

(Home team first)

When


Thursday 5 Sep 2024

02:00 Local Time (Fri 6 Sep 2024)

23:00 Your Time

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The Lithuania U21 football team, also known as the Lithuanian national under-21 football team, represents Lithuania in the UEFA European Under-21 Championship. The team is currently ranked 129th in the FIFA world rankings and competes in the Group 6 of the UEFA European Under-21 Championship alongside teams like Ukraine, Denmark, and Finland. The team's most notable achievement was reaching the playoff stage of the European Under-21 Championship in 1998. The team is led by coach Vaidotas Vaitkevičius and plays their home matches at the LFF Stadium in Vilnius, which has a seating capacity of 5,500. Some of the prominent players in the current squad include Justas Lasickas, Dovydas Norvilas, and Vilius Armanavičius. The Lithuania U21 team is known for their strong and determined style of play, making them a tough opponent for any team in their group.

The Czech Republic U21 football team, also known as the Czech Republic under-21s, represents the country in international youth football competitions. They have achieved great success in recent years, qualifying for the UEFA European Under-21 Championship in 2017 and 2019. Led by manager Karel Krejčí, this talented squad boasts skilled players such as Jakub Jankto and Tomáš Souček. The team plays their home matches at the Eden Arena in Czech Republic0, which has a capacity of over 21,000 spectators. With a strong track record in the UEFA European Under-21 Championship and a promising roster of rising stars, the future looks bright for the Czech Republic U21 team.

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