Romania v Lithuania

UEFA Nations League • League C - Group C2

(Home team first)


Monday 9 Sep 2024

21:45 Local Time

18:45 Your Time

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Welcome to the official website of the Romania Football team, a powerhouse in European football. Established in 1909, the national team has participated in numerous prestigious competitions such as the FIFA World Cup, European Championships, and the Olympic Games. Known as the "Tricolorii" (The Tricolours), the team has a rich history of success, with their most notable achievements being reaching the quarter-finals of the 1994 World Cup and finishing as runners-up in the 2000 European Championship. Among their top players are Gheorghe Hagi, the team's all-time leading scorer with 35 goals, and Adrian Mutu, who holds the record for most appearances. Their home ground is the impressive and modern Arena Nationala, with a capacity of over 55,000. Stay tuned for the latest news, match highlights, and player profiles of the Romania Football team.

Lithuania's national football team is making a name for itself in international competitions. The team, overseen by the Lithuanian Football Federation, competes in various tournaments including the UEFA European Championship and the FIFA World Cup. While they have yet to qualify for a major tournament, the team has won multiple Baltic Cups and achieved impressive victories against well-established teams. Led by star players such as Fedor Černych and Arvydas Novikovas, Lithuania's football team continues to improve and strengthen its presence in the global football community. They play their home games at the impressive LFF Stadium in Vilnius, with a capacity of over 5,000 spectators. As they continue to grow and develop, all eyes are on Lithuania's talented football team.

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