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Nations League: Netherlands-Croatia and Spain-Italy in the semi-finals in June

2023-01-25T11:32:41.806Z


The draw for the Final 4 of the League of Nations was held this Wednesday in Switzerland. The semi-finals will take place in the Netherlands in June 202


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This Wednesday, the draw for the semi-finals of the European competition gave birth to duels Netherlands-Croatia and Spain-Italy.

The Dutch, hosts of this "Final 4", will open the ball in Rotterdam on June 14 against the Croats, before Spain-Italy the next day in Enschede.

This second meeting was already the poster for the last semi-final of the event.

La Roja won in Milan in October 2021 (2-1) before joining France in the final.

The 2023 #NationsLeague Finals!



🇳🇱🇭🇷🇪🇸🇮🇹 Who will go all the way?

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— UEFA EURO 2024 (@EURO2024) January 25, 2023

Defending champions thanks to their stunning success against the Spaniards (2-1), the Blues were eliminated in the group stage, finishing behind Croatia and Denmark with only one victory in six games.

The small final will take place on Sunday June 18 in Enschede (3:00 p.m.), before the final scheduled for Rotterdam (8:45 p.m.) on the same day.

This UEFA event, which is celebrating its third edition, was created in 2018 to give new life to the traditional friendly matches of national teams.

Before the France team, Portugal had been the first winner of the tournament, beating the Netherlands (1-0), new qualifiers for the Final 4.

The League of Nations offers an honorary trophy to the winner and will allow three teams to be drafted for Euro-2024 (June 14 - July 14) after play-offs, organized at the end of the usual qualification phase .

Source: leparis

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