Georgia v Czech Republic

UEFA Nations League • League B - Group B1

(Home team first)

When


Saturday 7 Sep 2024

20:00 Local Time

16:00 Your Time

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The Georgia football team, also known as the Georgia Bulldogs, is a powerhouse in the world of college football. Founded in 1892, this team has a long and storied history of success on the field, making them one of the most beloved and respected teams in the country. The Bulldogs have won a total of 14 SEC Championships and have made over 50 bowl game appearances. They have also produced numerous award-winning players, including 2 Heisman Trophy winners. The team's home stadium, Sanford Stadium, has a capacity of over 92,000 and is known for its intense atmosphere and loyal fan base. With a strong tradition of excellence, the Georgia football team continues to dominate the college football scene and is a force to be reckoned with on the field.

The Czech Republic national football team, also known as the Strakonice Squad, has a rich history and impressive track record in international competitions. They have appeared in nine FIFA World Cups and have reached the finals twice, finishing as runners-up in 1934 and third place in 1962. In addition, they have qualified for the UEFA European Championship a total of nine times, finishing as runners-up in 1996. The team's most successful period was in the 1990s when they reached their highest FIFA ranking of second place in 1994. The squad is currently led by captain and all-time top scorer, Vladimír Šmicer, and plays their home matches at the Generali Arena in Prague, which has a capacity of 21,000 spectators. With a talented and experienced team, the Czech Republic continues to be a formidable force in the world of football.

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