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    Polish National Football team to face Germany in a friendly match in Warsaw

    The Polish national football team will play a friendly match against Germany in Warsaw, according to an announcement made by the Polish Football Association. The match is scheduled for June 16, 2023, at the National Stadium in Warsaw.

    It’s been almost seven years since our last encounter with the German national team, with our most recent match being a goalless draw at Euro 2016

    This will be the first meeting between the two sides since their Euro 2020 clash, which saw Poland suffer a 2-1 defeat to Germany. The upcoming friendly match is expected to provide an opportunity for both teams to fine-tune their preparations ahead of the 2023 UEFA Nations League and the 2024 European Championship.

    The Polish Football Association expressed its excitement about hosting such a high-profile opponent, stating that the match would be a great occasion for Polish football fans to watch their team play against one of Europe’s best teams. The association also noted that the match would help to further strengthen the relationship between the Polish and German football federations.

    Poland and Germany have a long-standing football rivalry, with the two teams have faced each other on 25 occasions. Germany has won 13 matches, Poland has won six, and six matches have ended in draws.

    The upcoming match is sure to generate a lot of interest and excitement among fans of both teams, as they look forward to watching their favorite players take to the field in what promises to be an exciting and closely contested encounter.

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