Portugal has announced its squad for the upcoming matches of UEFA Nations League 2022 in the month of September. The international break will start in the fourth week of September. The group stage matches of Nations League 2022 will take place in this gap. Portugal have to play against Czech Republic and Spain in the month of September. Let’s take a look at Portugal UEFA Nations League 2022 squad.
Portugal squad for UEFA Nations League 2022 matches in September 2022
Goalkeepers: Diogo Costa, Jose Sa, Rui Patricio.
Defenders: Danilo Pereira, Diogo Dalot, Joao Cancelo, Tiago Djalo, Pepe, Ruben Dias, Nuno Mendes, Raphael Guerreiro.
Midfielders: Joao Palhinha, Ruben Neves, Bernardo Silva, Bruno Fernandes, Joao Mario, Matheus Nunes, Vitinha, William Carvalho.
Forwards: Cristiano Ronaldo, Diogo Jota, Pedro Neto, Joao Felix, Rafa Silva, Ricardo Horta, Rafael Leao.
On Friday, 2016 Euro Champions Portugal announced a 26-man squad for their 2022/23 UEFA Nations League campaign. Portugal were the champions of 2018/19 Nations League games. The team have announced this squad for the upcoming four matches to be played in June. Star footballer Cristiano Ronaldo has also been called up by his national team for the start of a new campaign. Some other big names in the Portugal squad are Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes, FC Porto’s Pepe and RB Leipzig’s Andre Silva. The winners of the first season comes up with big names as they prepare to win the trophy one more time. Manchester City defender Joao Cancelo and midfielder Bernardo Silva also made the cut to the squad. Coach Fernando Santos has chosen a pretty strong Portugal side with star studded names. With this squad, Portugal are hot favorites to win this time as well. Let’s see Portugal Squad for UEFA Nations League 2022.
Portugal UEFA Nations League 2022 Group
Portugal have been placed in Group A2 for the 2022/23 Nations League alongside the Czech Republic, Spain, and Switzerland.
Portugal UEFA Nations League 2022 Schedule
Portugal will begin their Nations League campaign on June 2. They will play their first match away to Spain in Seville. After that they will host Switzerland in Lisbon three days later on June 5. They will then face Czech Republic at home on June 9. Portugal will wrap things up by visiting Switzerland on June 12 at the Stade de la Praille in Lancy.