Ukraine's women's national team in Kyiv prepares for Euro 2022 qualifiers against Ireland and Greece

On Monday, October 19, the training camp of the national women's national team of Ukraine, which is preparing for two matches of the qualifying tournament for the 2022 European Championship, began in Kyiv.

During the current training camp, the blue and yellows will play a home match against Ireland (October 23, Kyiv) and away match against Greece (October 27, Athens).

Photo by Pavlo Kubanov

В previously announced the composition of the team has changed. Head coach Natalia Zinchenko called up two debutants - Zhytlobud-1 defender Anastasia Voronina and Voskhod goalkeeper Alla Gerasymchuk. At the same time, there are losses. Defender Kateryna Korsun and goalkeeper Kateryna Samson passed positive tests at COVID-19.

The squad of the national women's team of Ukraine

Goalkeepers: Iryna Sanina (Zhytlobud-1 Kharkiv), Daryna Bondarchuk (Zhytlobud-2 Kharkiv). Alla Gerasimchuk ("Sunrise" Stara Mayachka).

Defenders: Daria Kravets (Reims, France), Olga Basanskaya, Anastasia Voronina (both Zhytlobud-1 Kharkiv), Iryna Podolska, Anastasia Filenko, Natia Pantsulaya (all Zhytlobud-2 Kharkiv), Lyubov Shmatko ( "Minsk", Belarus). 

Midfielders: Olga Ovdiychuk, Daria Apanashchenko, Anna Petryk (all - Zhytlobud-1 Kharkiv), Tamila Khimich (Minsk, Belarus), Iya Andrushchak, Yana Malakhova, Yana Kalinina, Veronika Andrukhiv, Tetyana Tril-Polyukhovych (all - "Zhitlobud-2" Kharkiv).

Forwards: Nadiya Kunina, Olga Boychenko (both Zhytlobud-1 Kharkiv), Nicole Kozlova (Virginia Tech, USA). 

Photo by Pavlo Kubanov

Group I standings

 

 

 І

 В

 Н

 П

 М

 О

 1

 Germany

 6

 6

 0

 0

 37-0

 18

 2

 Ireland

 6

 4

 1

 1

 10-6

 13

 3

 Ukraine

 5

2

0

 3

 9-20

 6

 4

 Greece

 5

 1

 1

 3

 5-11

 4

 5

 Montenegro

 6

 0

 0

 6

 1-25

 0

Photo by Pavlo Kubanov

Matches remaining in the Euro-2022 qualification in Group I.

22.10.2020

Greece - Montenegro

23.10.2020

Ukraine - Ireland

27.10.2020

Greece - Ukraine

28.11.2020

Germany - Greece

01.12.2020

Ukraine - Montenegro

01.12.2020

Ireland - Germany

Of the 47 teams participating in the Euro qualifiers, 15 will reach the decisive stage. Nine winners of the selected groups and the top three second teams will join England as the host of the European Championship. Six more second-placed teams in their groups will play in the last three matches in playoffs. These matches will take place on April 5-13, 2021.

Photo by Pavlo Kubanov

It will be recalled that on April 23, the UEFA Executive Committee decided on postponement of the final part of the European Championship among the national women's national teams. Thus, the Euro in England will be held from 6 to 31 July 2022.

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