La qualificazione sulla Romania nell'Italia di Mondiale del 2023

The journey to the 2023 World Cup begins on October 10 in Genova, an ally with Brazil.
One month after focusing on qualifying for the 2023 World Cup, which was won by Romania in the final race of the tour in Ferrara, the Azzurre begin their preparation for the iridato with a high-profile friend. Lunedì 10 ottobre alle 18.30 (diretta su Rai 2) allo stadio ‘Luigi Ferraris’ di Genova l’Italia affronterà il Brasile, la più titolata tra le nazionali sudamericane che attualmente occupa il nono posto del Ranking FIFA.
The green team has won the Coppa America eight times, finished second in the World Cup (in 2007), and finished second in two Olympic Games. It has added six of the six previous contests with Italy, and is still looking for its first victory. The final meeting will take place in july of 2019 and the Brazilians will win 1-0 thanks to the hard work of Marta, the Seleço's all-time leading scorer with 111 goals, who has also won the pass for the World Cup final against the Azzurre. A blunder that, as a result, does not jeopardize the progress of the world's newspapers, which, after three years, no longer have the opportunity to conduct new polls with a blasphemous nation.
At the 'Luigi Ferraris', one of Italy's oldest stadiums, which hosts matches between illustrious clubs such as Genoa and Sampdoria, Italy returns to the 'Luigi Ferraris' after a six-year absence. In total, the Azzurre have played three matches in Genova, with two victories and one draw.
Accrediti media: si informano le redazioni che a partire da oggi e fino a venerdì 7 ottobre (ore 12) sono aperte in via esclusiva sul sistema elettronico on-line www.accreditations.figc.it le operazioni di accreditamento per la gara di Genova con il Brasile. It is possible to submit an accreditation request after completing the necessary registration on the FIGC Accreditations Portal.

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