U-21: Ukraine roster for friendly matches with Israel and Georgia has been announced

The head coach of the youth national team of Ukraine, Ruslan Rotan, announced the list of players called to the training camp in November and commented on his choice for the UAF press service.

As part of preparations for the final tournament of Euro-2023 (U-21), the youth national team of Ukraine in the period from November 15 to 22 holds training camp in Georgia, during which they will play two friendly matches.

On November 19, Ruslan Rotan's wards meet with Israel, and on the 21st - with Georgia. Both matches start at Tbilisi Sea Technical Center Stadium at 18.00 local time (16.00 Kyiv time). It should be noted that both opponents of the blue-yellows are also participants in Euro-2023 (U-21): Georgia - as the host, and Israel - after completing the qualifying in which they surpassed, in particular, Poland, Hungary (in the group) and Ireland (in the playoff).

"It was not very easy to organize this training camp, as the championship of Ukraine is ongoing," said Ruslan Rotan. — We tried to make a bet on our legionnaires, as well as on those performers who do not play much in their clubs, well understanding that everyone faces tournament tasks. We will have an opportunity to review those candidates that we have been following for a long time. It is necessary to be prepared that at any moment our leading players may be needed by the national team. Also, while preparing for the final part of Euro-2023, we do not forget that a new qualifying cycle for the team will start in September."

The squad of Ukraine U-XNUMX:

Goalkeepers: Yakov Kinareykin (Dnipro-1), Denys Tvardovskyi (Shakhtar), Kiril Fesyun (Kolos).

Defenders: Roman Didyk, Rostyslav Lyakh, Vitaliy Roman, Denys Slyusar (all from Rukh), Oleksandr Drambaev (Zulte-Waregem, Belgium), Eduard Kozik, Maryan Faryna (both from Shakhtar), Maksym Talovierov (Slovan, Czech Republic), Denys Kuzyk (Kolos).

Midfielders: Maksym Bragaru (Chornomorets), Ivan Zhelizko (Valmiera, Latvia), Oleksiy Kashchuk (Sabah, Azerbaijan), Danylo Kravchuk (Ingulets), Dmytro Kryskiv, Oleg Ocheretko (both Shakhtar), Maksym Kucheryavyi (St. Johnstone, Scotland), Artur Mykytyshyn (Kryvbas), Marko Sapuga (Rukh), Denys Shostak (Estoril, Portugal).

Forwards: Bohdan Vyunnyk (Zurich, Switzerland), Danylo Honcharuk (Lleida, Spain), Mykola Kuharevych (Hibernian, Scotland).

Backup list: Denys Bunchukov (Seren, Belgium), Ihor Krasnopir (Obolon), Artem Kulakovskyi (Vorskla), Mykola Mykhaylenko (Zorya), Vladyslav Pohorilyi, Mykhailo Khromey (both Shakhtar), Ihor Potimkov (Metalist 1925), Roman Yakuba (Valmiera, Latvia).

We will remind that according to the results of the draw, which had happened On October 18, Ukraine got into group B, where they face Romania, Spain and Croatia. Our team will begin its journey with a match against Croatia, which takes place on June 21 next year in Bucharest, Romania.

Euro-2023 (U-21). Calendar

Group Round

Group A: Georgia, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands.

21.06.2023

Georgia — Portugal 19.00 (Tbilisi)

Belgium — Netherlands 19.00 (Tbilisi)

24.06.2023

Georgia — Belgium 19.00 (Tbilisi)

Portugal — Netherlands 19.00 (Tbilisi)

27.06.2023

Netherlands — Georgia 19.00 (Tbilisi)

Portugal — Belgium 19.00 (Tbilisi)

Group B: Romania, Spain, Ukraine, Croatia.

21.06.2023

Ukraine — Croatia 19.00 (Bucharest)

Romania — Spain 21.45 (Bucharest)

24.06.2023

Romania - Ukraine 19.00 (Bucharest)

Spain — Croatia 21.45 (Bucharest)

27.06.2023

Croatia — Romania 21.45 (Bucharest)

Spain - Ukraine 21.45 (Bucharest)

Group C: Czech Republic, England, Germany, Israel.

22.06.2023

Czech Republic — England 19.00 (Batumi)

Germany - Israel 19.00 (Kutaisi)

25.06.2023

Czech Republic — Germany 19.00 (Batumi)

England — Israel 19.00 (Kutaisi)

28.06.2023

England — Germany 19.00 (Batumi)

Israel — Czech Republic 19.00 (Kutaisi)

Group D: Norway, Switzerland, France, Italy.

22.06.2023

Norway — Switzerland 19.00 (Cluj-Napoca)

France — Italy 21.45 (Cluj-Napoca)

25.06.2023

Switzerland — Italy 19.00 (Cluj-Napoca)

Norway — France 21.45 (Cluj-Napoca)

28.06.2023

Switzerland — France 21.45 (Cluj-Napoca)

Italy — Norway 21.45 (Cluj-Napoca)

Quarterfinals

01.07.2023

A1 — C2 19.00

B1 — D2 22.00

02.07.2023

C1 — A2 19.00

D1 — B2 22.00

Semifinals

05.07.2023

Winner of quarter-final 1 - winner of quarter-final 3 19.00

Winner of quarter-final 2 - winner of quarter-final 4 22.00

Final

08.07.2023

Winner of semi-final 1 - winner of semi-final 2 19.00

The match start time for Kiev is specified.

Four stadiums in Romania (two in Cluj-Napoca and two in Bucharest) and four in Georgia (in Batumi, Kutaisi and two in Tbilisi) will host the matches of the tournament with the participation of 16 national teams. The opening match will take place in Romania, and the final - in Georgia.

The three best teams of Euro 2023 (except France and England) will receive tickets to the 2024 Olympic Games.

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