The teams of Ukraine and Armenia will play in Yerevan at the Vazgen Sargsyan Republican Stadium.
On Saturday, September 24, within the framework of the fifth round of the UEFA Nations League group stage, the national team of Ukraine will play against Armenia.
The game will be held in Yerevan at the Vazgen Sargsyan Republican Stadium. This meeting will be served by a referee team from Portugal, headed by João Pinheiro.
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This will be the second match for the Ukrainian team against Armenia in the current Nations League. The first duel of the teams took place on June 11 and ended with a crushing victory of the team of Alexander Petrakov with a score of 3:0. The goals were scored by Ruslan Malinovsky, Alexander Karavaev and Vitaly Mikolenko.
Recall that on September 21, the Ukrainian national team played the rescheduled match of the 1st round of the group stage of the League of Nations against Scotland. The game in Glasgow at the stadium “Hampden Park” ended with the triumph of the home team with a score of 3:0.
Group 1 Division B standings:
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Ukrainian national team in the League of Nations season 2022/2023
The team of Alexander Petrakov got into group 1 of division B, where Scotland, Ireland and Armenia became its rivals.
The Ukrainian national team played its first match in the new season of the League of Nations on June 8 against Ireland on the road and won with a score of 1:0. Victor Tsygankov scored the winning goal. The next rival of the Ukrainians was Armenia, which Petrakov’s team defeated on June 11 with a score of 3:0. On June 14, Ukraine played the second leg against Ireland, scoring the world match 1:1.
The team that takes first place in group 1 of division B will be able to move up to the elite division of the League of Nations – division A. The outsider of this group will go to division C.
Recall that in the last season of the League of Nations, the Ukrainian national team played in division A, but flew to division B due to a scandalous technical defeat from the Swiss for the final round match, which did not take place after the head doctor of Lucerne closed the national team of Ukraine in full force for quarantine in Switzerland. The match was canceled UEFA credited forfeit defeat Ukrainian team. UAF appeal was rejected.
The Ukrainian national team, which had 6 points, ended up finishing last in the group with Spain, Germany and Switzerland. The Swiss, thanks to a technical victory, overtook the Ukrainians, taking third place with 6 points.