UEFA Women's Nations League 2023/24

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  1. Lechus7

    Lechus7 Member+

    Aug 31, 2011
    Wroclaw
    #76 Lechus7, Sep 26, 2023
    Last edited: Sep 26, 2023
    Poland 2 - 1 Ukraine
    Pajor 22' 67' --- Shmatko 80'
    RC: Grec 90'+3 (Poland)
     
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  2. Ethan Frank

    Ethan Frank Member+

    Chelsea
    United States
    Jun 11, 2019
    How much stoppage time was there in Belgium-Scotland? Belgium have to be kicking themselves; that would have given them serious separation from Scotland early on.

    In hindsight, the Dutch losing to Belgium seems even more frustrating, but I'm not sure we would have gotten this level of performance if they had beaten or even drawn Belgium.
     
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  3. Before the start of the NL, Jonker said he gathered 3 youngsters of the selection and 3 veteran players and asked what they thought about letting the NL go and skip the Olympics, because of the overload of the number of matches for the players. They all 6 looked at him and said: "Are you out of your mind, coach? We want to go to the Olympics", so it was a 6-0 he said.

    Given that mindset, I don't think they would play less than they did now.
     
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  4. Orange14

    Orange14 Moderator
    Staff Member

    Apr 27, 2007
    Bethesda, MD
    Club:
    AFC Ajax
    Nat'l Team:
    Netherlands
    According to the UEFA website, 3 minutes and Scotland scored in minute 3. One more minute was added probably because of the goal celebration.
     
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  5. r0adrunner

    r0adrunner Member+

    Jun 4, 2011
    London, UK
    Club:
    AS Roma
    Nat'l Team:
    Italy
    Yes, scored from a free-kick just inside the Belgian half taken by the goalkeeper just after the 3 added minutes had expired, it was the last action of the game (it looked slightly offside to me from the replay).
     
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  6. Ethan Frank

    Ethan Frank Member+

    Chelsea
    United States
    Jun 11, 2019
    That first half was seriously the best I've seen the Dutch play in a while given the opposition; I still have doubts they would have started this match as well as they did if they had beaten Belgium, but fair enough.
     
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  7. FanOfFutbol

    FanOfFutbol Member+

    The Mickey Mouse Club or The breakfast Club
    May 4, 2002
    Limbo
    Nat'l Team:
    --other--
    For some reason, possibly senility???, I have been unable to find these matches on TV in the USA. Are there, or a subset of them, available anywhere for USA TV?

    Thanks for any help and sorry for the possibly unneeded post.
     
  8. shlj

    shlj Member+

    Apr 16, 2007
    London
    Club:
    FC Nantes
    Nat'l Team:
    France
    TV right belong to each association in the NL so the US channels would need to buy them individually.
     
  9. L'orange

    L'orange Member+

    Ajax
    Netherlands
    Jul 20, 2017
    I can't begin to understand this Nation's League qualification system.

    Canada and the U.S. have already qualified for the Olympics, eh? How many Nation's League matches have they played? Meanwhile, how many more matches do The Netherlands, England, Scotland and Belgium have to play. Do they each have to play the others in their group (or pot, or whatever it's called) twice? Is that possible?
     
  10. shlj

    shlj Member+

    Apr 16, 2007
    London
    Club:
    FC Nantes
    Nat'l Team:
    France
    #85 shlj, Sep 26, 2023
    Last edited: Sep 26, 2023
    Each confederation sets their own system.

    In Europe it is now the newly created nations league. Teams play 6 group games then a semi-final and a final if they win their group.

    The general Olympics qualification post is in the Olympic sub-forum.
     
  11. Ethan Frank

    Ethan Frank Member+

    Chelsea
    United States
    Jun 11, 2019
    Canada and the US haven’t gone through qualifying yet, but yeah, it’ll be a shock if either don’t qualify. UEFA’s number of spots drops big time for the Olympics unlike all the other confederations, but the Euros is also the only confederation tournament with real international prestige. The group winners in League A are the only teams who could go to the Olympics (each team plays the other teams twice in the group stages), and a later draw will determine the semifinal matches. The finalists (or also third place if France makes the final) qualify for the Olympics.
     
  12. L'orange

    L'orange Member+

    Ajax
    Netherlands
    Jul 20, 2017

    Thanks. The announcer on the Canada--Jamaica game today clearly said that Canada, with the win, had qualified for the Paris Olympics, as had, already, the U.S. (Jamaica, with the loss was out.) This confused me given that The Dutch, England, etc. have more matches to play. But as you suggest ,or I infer, the UEFA Nation's League games are not just about qualifying for the Olympics but also involve qualifying for the next European championship...yes? If that's true, that would explain, I presume, why UEFA teams are playing more matches....maybe? There are a couple of people on this site who are great about explaining the qualifying but I find it so convoluted and complex that it bores me! Just happy the Dutch won today.
     
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  13. Ethan Frank

    Ethan Frank Member+

    Chelsea
    United States
    Jun 11, 2019
    Oh, wait. I was confused too. I guess CONCACAF had a new format as well. The US and Canada have both qualified already. In the past, the CONCACAF Championship in the same year as the Olympics acted as the qualifying tournament, but for 2024, the CONCACAF Championship last year (2022) was the qualifying tournament with second and third place playing each other for the second Olympic slot.

    This set of Nations League matches helps decide League placement for qualification for the next Euros, but for the actual Euro qualification, there will be another set of Nations League matches. UEFA qualifying has always involved more matches because of the much larger number of participants. Previously, the top three UEFA finishers at the preceding World Cup would just be UEFA's participants at the Olympics; that's how the Dutch qualified for the 2020/2021 Olympics.
     
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  14. Ethan Frank

    Ethan Frank Member+

    Chelsea
    United States
    Jun 11, 2019
    Okay, now that I think about it, I remember that 2022 CONCACAF Championship final having concrete significance. Previously, both finalists got automatic Olympic qualification; I'm not sure if winning the Championship got you better seeding or not.
     
  15. Lohmann

    Lohmann Member+

    Arminia Bielefeld
    Germany
    Feb 24, 2020
    Nat'l Team:
    Germany
    Seeding is based on World Ranking.
     
  16. JanBalk

    JanBalk Member+

    Jun 9, 2004
    Except when a UEFA country hosted the Olympics, then the top two. So this year Sweden would have failed to qualify since they only reached 3rd place. It have happened before that to qualify for the Olympics UEFA teams had to reach the WWC Final.
     
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  17. Orange14

    Orange14 Moderator
    Staff Member

    Apr 27, 2007
    Bethesda, MD
    Club:
    AFC Ajax
    Nat'l Team:
    Netherlands
    None of them are televised in the US. The only thing you can do is get an IPTV subscription which gives you access to channels in almost every country in the world. https://www.livesoccertv.com/ gives you the foreign channels that games are on.
     
  18. Orange14

    Orange14 Moderator
    Staff Member

    Apr 27, 2007
    Bethesda, MD
    Club:
    AFC Ajax
    Nat'l Team:
    Netherlands
  19. ThreeApples

    ThreeApples Member+

    Jul 28, 1999
    Smurf Village
    Club:
    San Jose Earthquakes
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Each confederation sets its own qualification system, so the fact that two CONCACAF teams have already qualified has no connection to what's going on in UEFA.
     
  20. FanOfFutbol

    FanOfFutbol Member+

    The Mickey Mouse Club or The breakfast Club
    May 4, 2002
    Limbo
    Nat'l Team:
    --other--
    Thank you but are not most, if not all, IPTV sites illegal?

    At least the site you gave me does show what is on and includes the channel(s)/apps that broadcasts might be found on in the USA. I have been using a different site for the same purpose but the one you provided seems a LOT more comprehensive.
     
  21. Orange14

    Orange14 Moderator
    Staff Member

    Apr 27, 2007
    Bethesda, MD
    Club:
    AFC Ajax
    Nat'l Team:
    Netherlands
    It's a gray area. I've been using one provider for 3 1/2 years now and they have been very reliable. If you are interested in going down that route, PM me and I can provide further information.
     
  22. r0adrunner

    r0adrunner Member+

    Jun 4, 2011
    London, UK
    Club:
    AS Roma
    Nat'l Team:
    Italy
    You can try uefa.tv - some countries and territories where rights have not been sold can watch games - together with other content - live and in highlights form on UEFA's TV site.
     
  23. shlj

    shlj Member+

    Apr 16, 2007
    London
    Club:
    FC Nantes
    Nat'l Team:
    France
  24. Lechus7

    Lechus7 Member+

    Aug 31, 2011
    Wroclaw
    UEFA WOMEN'S NATIONS LEAGUE A 2023/24 - round 2

    (highlights link in match title)


    GROUP A1

    BELGIUM ------------- 2m ----- 4p ----- 3-2
    NETHERLANDS --- 2m ----- 3p ----- 3-3
    ENGLAND ------------ 2m ----- 3p ----- 3-3
    SCOTLAND ---------- 2m ----- 1p ----- 2-3

    NETHERLANDS 2 - 1 ENGLAND
    Martens 34', Jansen 90' --- Russo 64'
    (att: 24 000)

    SCOTLAND 1 - 1 BELGIUM
    Howard 90'+3 --- Missipo 52'
    (att: 8 500)

    Weir has torn her ACL.

    GROUP A2

    FRANCE --------- 2m ----- 6p ----- 3-0
    PORTUGAL ----- 2m ----- 3p ----- 3-4
    AUSTRIA -------- 2m ----- 1p ----- 1-2
    NORWAY -------- 2m ----- 1p ----- 3-4

    AUSTRIA 0 - 1 FRANCE
    Renard 5'
    (att: 10 050) - new record for Austria WNT

    PORTUGAL 3 - 2 NORWAY
    Jacinto 38', Costa 44'(p.) 69'(p.) --- Maanum 33', Terland 58'
    (att: 6 132)

    GROUP A3

    DENMARK --------- 2m ----- 6p ----- 7-1
    GERMANY --------- 2m ----- 3p ----- 4-2
    ICELAND ----------- 2m ----- 3p ----- 1-4
    WALES -------------- 2m ----- 0p ----- 1-6

    GERMANY 4 - 0 ICELAND
    Buhl 19' 78', Gwinn 34'(p.), Schuller 68'
    (att: 14 998)

    WALES 1 - 5 DENMARK
    Fishlock 51' --- Harder 6'(k.) 11' 90'+1, Thogersen 60', Troelsgaard 87'

    GROUP A4

    SPAIN ------------------- 2m ----- 6p ----- 8-2
    SWEDEN --------------- 2m ----- 3p ----- 3-3
    ITALY -------------------- 2m ----- 3p ----- 1-1
    SWITZERLAND ----- 2m ----- 0p ----- 0-6

    ITALY 0 - 1 SWEDEN
    Kaneryd 15'
    (att: 2 500)

    SPAIN 5 - 0 SWITZERLAND
    Garcia 15', Bonmati 45'+1 49', Gabarro 57', Oroz 87'
    (att: 14 194) - new record for Spain WNT
     
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  25. Lechus7

    Lechus7 Member+

    Aug 31, 2011
    Wroclaw
    UEFA WOMEN'S NATIONS LEAGUE B 2023/24 - round 2

    GROUP B1


    REPUBLIC OF IRELAND------ 2m ----- 6p ----- 7-0
    NORTHERN IRELAND -------- 2m ----- 3p ----- 1-3
    ALBANIA --------------------------- 2m ----- 1p ----- 1-2
    HUNGARY ------------------------- 2m ----- 1p ----- 1-5

    HUNGARY 0 - 4 REP. OF IRELAND
    Hayes 18', McCabe 42', Carusa 49', O'Sullivan 70'

    NORTHERN IRELAND 1 - 0 ALBANIA
    Wade 57'
    (att: 1 500)

    GROUP B2

    FINLAND --------- 2m ----- 6p ----- 5-0
    SLOVAKIA ------- 2m ----- 3p ----- 4-4
    CROATIA --------- 2m ----- 3p ----- 2-5
    ROMANIA ------- 2m ----- 0p ----- 1-3

    ROMANIA 0 - 1 FINLAND
    Summanen 17'(p.)

    SLOVAKIA 4 - 0 CROATIA
    Hmirova 24' 60' 73', Moravkova 34'

    GROUP B3

    SERBIA ---------- 2m ----- 6p ----- 6-1
    POLAND -------- 2m ----- 6p ----- 5-2
    UKRAINE ------- 2m ----- 0p ----- 2-4
    GREECE --------- 2m ----- 0p ----- 1-7

    POLAND 2 - 1 UKRAINE
    Pajor 22' 67' --- Shmatko 81'
    RC: Grec 90'+3 (Poland)
    (att: 4 900)

    SERBIA 4 - 0 GREECE
    Ivanovic 16' 45', Damnjanovic 32' 53'

    GROUP B4

    CZECHIA ---------------- 2m ----- 6p ----- 4-1
    BOSNA & HERC. ----- 2m ----- 4p ----- 3-2
    SLOVENIA -------------- 2m ----- 1p ----- 1-3
    BELARUS --------------- 2m ----- 0p ----- 2-4

    BOSNA & HERC. 1 - 1 SLOVENIA
    Nikolic 40' --- Zver 59'
    RC: Sliskovic 48' (Bosna & H.)

    CZECHIA 2 - 1 BELARUS
    Kotrcova 29', Cahynova 33' --- Valiuk 55'
     
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