Euro 2020: Netherlands – Austria

The Netherlands will play against Austria at the Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam on the seventeenth of June. The match will start at 21.00 local time, and it will be played in front of approximately 12,000 spectators (25% of the stadium capacity).

This will be the second match during the European Championship for both teams. Netherlands will start the tournament playing against Ukraine, while Austria will start the tournament playing against North Macedonia. Most people expect the battle for the first two places in the group to be between Netherlands, Austria, and Ukraine, and that is why this match between the Netherlands and Austria will be so important to both teams.

Not many people will be lucky enough to watch the match at the stadium, but you will for sure be able to watch it on some big screens here and there, and also on your local TV station. If you are at work and don’t really have the chance to watch it on a normal TV screen, then there are plenty of ways to watch this and all the other matches during the Euroepan Championship in football online as well. More information about that can be found in this article.

Who will be the star of the match?

Austria has several great players in their squad. They put their main hopes to Marko Arnautović when it comes to scoring their goals, but we also know that Sabitzer who normally plays for RB Leipzig is an awesome playmaker. David Alaba is also a fantastic player who is capable of doing magic on the field. All three players are important figures who might be the difference between a great and a bad day for the team.

Memphis Depay might be the biggest star on the Dutch team, but Wout Weghorst has had a great season in Wolfsburg, but we also know that Frenkie de Jong, and Luuk De Jong are great players.

I do believe that Netherlands will end up winning this match, but I don*t believe it will be easy. Austria has a great squad, and this is going to be very interesting!

Netherlands – Hungary, June 2010


Netherlands will play against Hungary in the qualification for the European Championship in 2012. But, now, before the start of the World Championship in South Africa in 2010 the two teams will play against one another in a friendly match at Amsterdam Arena. If you would like to see your favorites on the dutch team, or maybe Balazs Dzsudzsak, the Hungarian who normally plays for PSV, this is your chance. The football match will be played at Amsterdam Arena.

Netherlands – Hungary: Friendly match
Amsterdam Arena
June 5, 20.45

Tickets: WorldTicketShop

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