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ÖFB team to play Nations League double-header at Raiffeisen Arena

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The Raiffeisen Arena of LASK will once again host two ÖFB international matches. As part of the UEFA Nations League, Austria will face Kazakhstan and Norway in October 2024.

In 2023, three international matches of the Austrian national team took place at the Raiffeisen Arena in Linz. During the European Championship qualification, the ÖFB team celebrated two important victories, defeating Azerbaijan 4-1 and Estonia 2-1. The friendly match against Moldova ended in a 1-1 draw.

Austria will play two more matches at LASK's home ground. The team, led by head coach Ralf Rangnick, will host Kazakhstan in the Nations League group stage on October 10th and Norway three days later on October 13th, both matches kicking off at 20:45.

Information regarding ticket sales will be announced shortly. Tickets for the BWT Business Club can be purchased immediately on the ÖFB website.

The national team's UEFA Nations League campaign will begin in September with two away games in Slovenia (September 6th) and in Norway (September 9th).

The Raiffeisen Arena offers state-of-the-art infrastructure and has established itself as an important venue for the ÖFB. I would like to thank LASK and CEO Siegmund Gruber for their support. We feel that there is a sense of pride when the national team plays in Linz.

Bernhard Neuhold, CEO ÖFB

It is always something very special to welcome the Austrian national team to the Raiffeisen Arena in Linz. The atmosphere was outstanding during the three matches last year, as well as the women's international match against Germany. Now, we want to provide our national team with a great stage and a first-class atmosphere here in Upper Austria once again. We are keeping our fingers crossed for our team at the European Championship in Germany and will support them in the best possible way afterward to be successful again in the Nations League in the fall. I am convinced that we will see two exciting matches at the Raiffeisen Arena.

Dr. Siegmund Gruber, CEO LASK