Qualification for Euro 2025: Unai Melgosa names Ukraine's youth team for matches against Luxembourg and England

2023-09-26 13:14 Ukraine's youth national team will play its next matches in the Euro 2025 (U-21) qualifying tournament ... Qualification for Euro 2025: Unai Melgosa names Ukraine's youth team for matches against Luxembourg and England
26.09.2023, 13:14

Ukraine's youth national team will play its next matches in the Euro 2025 (U-21) qualifying tournament against Luxembourg and England. The head coach of the blue and yellows, Unai Melgosa, has called up 24 players to the team's location.

Photo: uaf.ua

Ukraine's youth national team (players born in 2002 and younger), led by Spaniard Unai Melgosa, started the European Championship qualifiers on 12 September with a 1-0 victory over Northern Ireland in a nominally home match in Poprad, Slovakia.

In addition to these two teams, England, Serbia, Azerbaijan and Luxembourg are also in Group F. As for the next match of Unai Melgosa's wards, the away game with the Luxembourgers will take place on 12 October in the second most populous city of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Aix-sur-Alzette, at the Emile Mairisch Arena and will start at 19:30 local time (20:30 Kyiv time).

The Blue and Yellows will play their home match against their English counterparts on 16 October in Košice, Slovakia, at the Košice Football Arena. The meeting starts at 18:30 local time (19:30 Kyiv time).

The composition of the youth national team of Ukraine

Goalkeepers: Ruslan Neshcheret (Dynamo Kyiv), Yakiv Kinareikin (Dnipro-1 Dnipro), Kirill Fesyun (Kolos Kovalivka).

Defenders: Kostiantyn Vivcharenko (Dynamo Kyiv), Anton Bol, Arsenii Batahov (both Zorya Luhansk), Marian Farina (Metalist 1925 Kharkiv), Danil Skorko (Oleksandriia), Artem Smolyakov (Polissia Zhytomyr), Vitalii Roman, Roman Didyk (both Rukh Lviv), Volodymyr Saliuk (Chornomorets Odesa).

Midfielders: Yegor Yarmolyuk (Brentford, England), Volodymyr Brazhko, Nazar Voloshyn (both - Dynamo Kyiv), Valentyn Rubchynskyi (Dnipro-1 Dnipro), Oleksandr Yatsyk (Zorya Luhansk), Ilya Kvasnytsia (Rukh Lviv), Maksym Kucheryavyi (St Johnstone, Scotland), Maksym Bragaru (Chornomorets Odesa), Oleh Ocheretko (Shakhtar Donetsk).

Forwards: Yehor Gunichev (Minaj), Ihor Krasnopir (Obolon Kyiv), Bohdan Viunnyk (Shakhtar Donetsk).

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