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GR. A | 21/06/2023
Paichadze, Tbilisi GEO 19:00 POR
Meskhi, Tbilisi BEL 19:00 NED
GR. A | 24/06/2023
Paichadze, Tbilisi GEO 19:00 BEL
Meskhi, Tbilisi POR 19:00 NED
GR. A | 27/06/2023
Meskhi, Tbilisi POR 19:00 BEL
Paichadze, Tbilisi NED 19:00 GEO
GR. B | 21/06/2023
Giulești, București UKR 19:00 CZE
Ghencea, București ROU 21:45 ESP
GR. B | 24/06/2023
Ghencea, București ROU 19:00 UKR
Giulești, București ESP 21:45 CZE
GR. B | 27/06/2023
Giulești, București ESP 21:45 UKR
Ghencea, București CZE 21:45 ROU
GR. C | 22/06/2023
Batumi Arena, Batumi CZE 19:00 ENG
Shengelia, Kutaisi GER 19:00 ISR
GR. C | 25/06/2023
Batumi Arena, Batumi CZE 19:00 GER
Shengelia, Kutaisi ENG 19:00 ISR
GR. C | 28/06/2023
Shengelia, Kutaisi ISR 19:00 CZE
Batumi Arena, Batumi ENG 19:00 GER
GR. D | 22/06/2023
"Dr. Constantin Rădulescu”, Cluj NOR 19:00 SUI
Cluj Arena, Cluj FRA 21:45 ITA
GR. D | 25/06/2023
Cluj Arena, Cluj SUI 19:00 ITA
"Dr. Constantin Rădulescu”, Cluj NOR 21:45 FRA
GR. D | 28/06/2023
Cluj Arena, Cluj ITA 21:45 NOR
"Dr. Constantin Rădulescu”, Cluj SUI 21:45 FRA

STADIUMS

GIULEȘTI

Address: Calea Giulești nr. 18, Bucharest
Capacity: 14.047 seats

Giulești hosts the home matches of FC Rapid Bucharest. The stadium, located in the Giulești district, on the former site of the Giulești-Valentin Stănescu Stadium, was built for EURO 2020. The new stadium includes athletics track under the grandstands, a gym under the North Lawn, 28 accommodation spaces for athletes, administrative spaces, shop, food area, media and VIP spaces.

STEAUA

Address: Ghencea Bvd, nr. 45, Bucharest
Capacity: 31.254 seats

Steaua Stadium is a multipurpose stadium that primarily serves as the home stadium of CSA Steaua Bucharest. On July 7, 2021, the stadium was inaugurated with the match between Steaua Bucharest and OFK Beograd, won by Steaua 6-0. The same match also inaugurated the old stadium.

CLUJ ARENA

Address: Aleea Stadionului, nr. 2, Cluj-Napoca
Capacity: 30.201 seats

Cluj Arena replaced the old Ion Moina stadium and thus became the new home of Universitatea Cluj, being opened in 2011. The first football match was played when Universitatea hosted Kuban Krasnodar for an exhibition match. The stadium is located about a kilometre west of Cluj-Napoca’s old town on the Somesul Mic river next to the city’s Central Park.

DR. CONSTANTIN RĂDULESCU

Address: Romulus Vuia Street, nr. 23, Cluj-Napoca
Capacity: 22.198 seats

The stadium opened in 1973 with a match between CFR Cluj and the Cuban national team and was modernised when Cluj was promoted to the top league in 2004 and the club therefore embarked on a €20-million redevelopment program that saw the construction of three new modern stands. The stadium is located in central Cluj-Napoca, just north of the city centre.

BUCHAREST

CLUJ-NAPOCA

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