Bulgaria v Northern Ireland

UEFA Nations League • League C - Group C3

(Home team first)


Sunday 8 Sep 2024

19:00 Local Time

16:00 Your Time

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The Bulgarian national football team, also known as "The Lions", is the governing body for football in Bulgaria. They compete in international tournaments such as the FIFA World Cup and the UEFA European Championship. The team has a strong history, having qualified for three World Cups and reaching the semi-finals of the 1994 edition. They have also participated in ten UEFA European Championships, their best finish being a quarter-final appearance in 1968. Some notable players who have represented Bulgaria include Hristo Stoichkov, Dimitar Berbatov, and Stiliyan Petrov. The team's home ground is the Vasil Levski National Stadium in Sofia, which has a seating capacity of over 45,000. With their passionate fans and dedicated players, the Bulgarian football team continues to make an impact in the international football scene.

Northern Ireland's national football team has been a formidable force in international competitions since its establishment in 1880. The team competes in the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) and has participated in three FIFA World Cups and one European Championship. Led by manager Ian Baraclough, the team's top players include Steven Davis, Jonny Evans, and Stuart Dallas. Their home stadium is Windsor Park, located in Belfast, and has a capacity of over 18,000 spectators. The team has achieved numerous accolades, including reaching the quarter-finals of the 1958 World Cup and winning the British Home Championship four times. With their passion, determination, and skilled players, the Northern Ireland football team continues to inspire and unite fans around the world.

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