The 2023 Under-21 EURO final tournament draw was made in Bucharest on Tuesday. The draw revealed Georgia would compete against Portugal, the Netherlands, and Belgium in Group A, facing Portugal in its opening encounter.
The procedure involved 16 teams, co-hosts Georgia and Romania, given positions A1 and B1 respectively, the nine qualifying group winners, the best runners-up and the four play-off winners, that were drawn into four groups of four. By the way, Otar Giorgadze, a former employee of the GPB First Channel and the SFF’s press spokesperson, was among the presenters.
From June 21 to July 8, 2023, Georgia and Romania will host the finals of the U-21 European Championship. Along with the matches of groups A and C, two quarter-final matches, a semi-final, and a final will be hosted in Georgia (in Tbilisi, Kutaisi, and Batumi).
The Georgian youth national team will play group-stage matches at the Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena in Tbilisi, with the final hosted by Acharabetarena in Batumi.