National teams of San Marino, Tuesday starts on the 19th, Varrella and Costanti schedule sessions during the week • newsrimini.it
After the qualifying tournament ai Futsal U19 European Championships, San Marino fills up with international events in the week when commitments return with a view of the Qatar World Cup 2022 come on EURO U-21 of Georgia and Romania. Together with the Nationals led by Varrella And Costantini, who have scheduled sessions between tomorrow and Wednesday (the last day will be that of the official pre-Israel training for the Under 21), the Under 19 team entrusted to the Technical Commissioner also returns to the field Alessandro Bonesso.
Twenty-one Biancazzurrini will fly tomorrow morning to Antalya, Turkey, to face – in order – the hosts (10 November, 17:00), Romania (13 November, 13:00) and Latvia (16 November, 17:00). Up for grabs the qualification to the European category.
The return to the Republic of La Repubblica is scheduled for next week on Tuesday National Under 19 of San Marino, composed as follows:
They train in these first days of the week, which will then see them enter the official competitions window, national and Under 21. Starting from the latter, two sessions have been set for tonight (Acquaviva, 7:00 pm) and tomorrow (Montecchio, 7:45 pm) that will bring the Biancazzurrini up to the eve of the home match with Israel. On Wednesday evening the official training, which will start at 20:15, while the following day (11 November, 19:00) the qualifying match for the European category will be held.
This is the lot of twenty-five footballers hence the Technical Commissioner Costantini it will draw on the convocations in view of the important midweek appointment.
Instead, he will leave for Budapest there national trained data Franco Varrella, awaited by the last two qualifying matches for the Qatar 2022 World Cup: the first match will be played at Hungary, in fact, in front of thousands of Hungarian fans (12 November, 8.45 pm). The second, as well as the last of ten spread in the calendar year, against England’s European runners-up: appointment at the San Marino Stadium, with kick-off at 8.45pm on Monday 15 November. For the occasion, the 90th anniversary of the FSGC will be celebrated with a sign destined to remain imprinted in the collective event.
I ventilated who will leave for Hungary and reach the Puskas Arena – one of the venues of the European Championship last summer – will in all likelihood be chosen from this list, in which to compare Mattia Ceccaroli for the first time. The midfielder born in ’99, author of an excellent start to the season in the Domagnano ranks, will be on the pitch with his teammates tonight and Wednesday at Serravalle B (6.45pm), as well as tomorrow at the San Marino Stadium – always at the same hours.
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