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Finland vs Romania (23 Sep)

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Established
1911 (111 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Helsinki Olympic Stadium
(36,000 Capacity)

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Location
Helsinki, Finland

Nicknames
Huuhkajat

Competitions
UEFA European Championships
FIFA World Cup
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Last Edit
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Upcoming Events
23 Sep 22 Finland  -  Romania
26 Sep 22 Montenegro  -  Finland

Latest Results
14 Jun 22 Bosnia-Herzegovina  3 - 2  Finland
11 Jun 22 Romania  1 - 0  Finland
07 Jun 22 Finland  2 - 0  Montenegro
04 Jun 22 Finland  1 - 1  Bosnia-Herzegovina
29 Mar 22 Finland  0 - 2  Slovakia

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The Finland national football team (Finnish: Suomen jalkapallomaajoukkue, Swedish: Finlands fotbollslandslag) represents Finland in men's international football competitions and it's controlled by the Football Association of Finland, The team has never qualified for the FIFA World Cup finals in history, The team has a member of FIFA since 1904 and UEFA member since 1957.

Finland had not qualified a major tournament until securing a spot in the 2020 European Championship (postponed by a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic) and are the only Nordic team alongside minnows Faroe Islands to have never reached the FIFA World Cup finals. After many decades of relative obscurity, the nation made progression in the 2000s, achieving notable results against established European teams and reaching a peak of 33rd in the FIFA World Rankings in 2007. After a few years of poor results, they dipped to an all-time low of 110th in the FIFA rankings in 2017, but then began to rise up again and, as of October 2019, they sit at 55th.

Team Members
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Nikolai
Alho
#3



Paulus
Arajuuri




Marcus
Forss




Albin
Granlund
#2



Lukas
Hradecky
#1



Robert
Ivanov




Anssi
Jaakkola
#32



Richard
Jensen
#3



Fredrik
Jensen
#24



Jesse
Joronen
#1



Glen
Kamara




Joni
Kauko




Thomas
Lam
#3



Lassi
Lappalainen
#21



Lucas
Lingman




Robin
Lod
#17



Ilmari
Niskanen
#7



Urho
Nissilä
#25



Daniel
O'Shaughnessy
#5



Joel
Pohjanpalo




Teemu
Pukki
#22



Jukka
Raitala
#22



Rasmus
Schuller
#6



Pyry
Soiri




Tim
Sparv




Robert
Taylor
#16



Miro
Tenho
#15



Joona
Toivio




Jere
Uronen
#21



Sauli
Väisänen




Leo
Väisänen




Onni
Valakari



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Stadium or Home

The Helsinki Olympic Stadium (Finnish: Helsingin Olympiastadion; Swedish: Helsingfors Olympiastadion), located in the Töölö district about 2.3 kilometres (1.4 mi) from the centre of the Finnish capital Helsinki, is the largest stadium in the country, nowadays mainly used for hosting sports events and big concerts. The stadium is best known for being the centre of activities in the 1952 Summer Olympics. During those games, it hosted athletics, equestrian show jumping, and the football finals.

The stadium was also the venue for the first Bandy World Championship in 1957, the first World Athletics Championships in 1983 as well as for the 2005 World Championships in Athletics. It hosted the European Athletics Championships in 1971, 1994 and 2012.

It is also the home stadium of the Finland national football team. The stadium is closed temporarily since March 2016 for renovation works and scheduled of reopening in 2019.

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