MADRID, 8 (EUROPA PRESS)
The friendly between the Netherlands and Spain soccer teams, which was due to be played last March and was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will finally be played on November 11 in Amsterdam, as reported by the Royal Federation Spanish Football (RFEF).
The meeting will take place in the last international window of the year and, as scheduled in March, it will take place in the capital of the Netherlands, Amsterdam, and at the Johan Cruyff Arena.
The Netherlands-Spain will be the first of the three games that Luis Enrique’s team will play in November, as they will later face the League of Nations meetings against Switzerland at home and Germany at home.
The friendly match for October is yet to be finalized, where the ‘Roja’ will face the first of two series of three matches scheduled for this 2020.