Eleven FC Krasnodar Players Have Departed to Their National Teams

Including four players that went to the Russia national under-21 team

Eleven FC Krasnodar players have been summoned to the matches of the national teams that will be held under the aegis of FIFA in early September 2019.

Sergei Petrov and Ruslan Kambolov departed to Team Russia that is facing two matches of the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying. Our country’s national team will hold a very important away game vs. Scotland on 6 September, and then it will play with Kazakhstan at home on 9 September.

Uroš Spajić will join the Serbia national team. The Krasnodar centre-back and his Оrlovi teammates will play two games of the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying, with Portugal at home on 7 September and with Luxembourg away on 10 September.

Kristoffer Olssson and Marcus Berg have been summoned to the Sweden national team that will also play two games of the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying, with Faroe Islands (away on 5 September) and Norway (at home on 8 September).

Tonny Vilhena will be living on the Netherlands national team schedule in the next two weeks. The Oranje are facing a super clash vs. Germany away on 6 September, and three days later they will play against Estonia.

Jón Guðni Fjóluson will go to the Iceland national team. The Strákarnir okkar will play with Moldavia at home on 7 September, and then they will meet Albania away on 10 September.

Four FC Krasnodar Youth Academy-trained players, who have been playing both for the first team and for FC Krasnodar-2, will join the Russia national under-21 team, namely goalkeepers Matvei Safonov and Denis Adamov, midfielder Daniil Utkin and forward Ivan Ignatyev. The Russian Junior Team will play two games of the 2021 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying competition, with Serbia at home on 6 September and with Bulgaria away on 10 September.