The Ukrainian national team has determined the location where they will host North Macedonia for Euro 2024
The Ukrainian national team will play their Euro 2024 qualifying match against North Macedonia in Prague, reports the Ukrainian Football Association. The match will take place on October 14th at the "Sparta" stadium in the Czech capital and will kick off at 16:00. On October 17th, Ukraine will have an away match in the Euro 2024 qualification against Malta, which will start at 21:45 at the National Stadium in Ta' Qali.
It's worth noting that Ukraine previously played against Malta in Trnava, Slovakia, and faced England in Wroclaw, Poland, for their Euro 2024 qualifiers.
The Ukrainian national team began their Euro 2024 qualification campaign on March 26th in London against England, under the leadership of interim head coach Ruslan Rotan. Ukraine lost that match with a score of 0:2. In June, Ukraine was led by head coach Serhiy Rebrov, and they secured victories against North Macedonia (3:2) and Malta (1:0). On September 9th, Ukraine played a 1:1 draw with England, and on September 12th, they lost to Italy in Milan with a score of 1:2.
As of now, Ukraine has 7 points from 5 matches in the Euro 2024 qualification, sharing the 2nd-4th position in Group C with Italy (4 matches) and North Macedonia (5 matches). England leads the group with 13 points, having already played 5 matches. Malta is in last place with 0 points from 5 matches.
The top two teams from the group will advance to the final stage of Euro 2024.