Poland v Netherlands

(Home team first)


Sunday 16 Jun 2024

15:00 Local Time

13:00 Your Time

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Poland's national football team, commonly known as "The White and FIFA World Cup0," is one of the strongest teams in Central Europe. They have been competing in international tournaments since 1921 and have achieved significant success over the years. The team has appeared in the FIFA World Cup nine times, reaching the third place in 1974 and 1982. They have also participated in the UEFA European Championship nine times, with their best result being the quarter-finals in 2016. Some notable players who have represented Poland include Robert Lewandowski, the team's all-time top scorer with 69 goals, and goalkeeper Jan Tomaszewski, known for his heroic performance in the 1974 World Cup. The team plays their home matches at the National Stadium in Warsaw, which has a capacity of over 58,000. With their strong lineup and impressive track record, the future looks bright for Poland's football team.

The Netherlands national football team, also known as the Oranje, is a force to be reckoned with in the world of soccer. They have participated in ten FIFA World Cup tournaments, including reaching the finals in 1974, 1978, and 2010. The team has also won three UEFA European Championships, the most recent being in 1988. The Oranje is known for its style of play, which emphasizes skillful ball control and creative attacking. Some of the top players to represent the Netherlands include Johan Cruyff, Marco van Basten, and Ruud Gullit. The team plays their home games at the iconic Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam, which has a capacity of over 54,000. With a rich history and a talented squad, the Netherlands continues to be a formidable competitor in international football competitions.

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