Saudi Arabia, Ecuador and the United States will prepare the World Cup in Murcia

Saudi Arabia, Ecuador and the United States will prepare the World Cup in Murcia

The teams from Saudi Arabia, Ecuador and the United States will prepare their participation in the Qatar World Cup by training in Spain, in the town of Pinatar Arena this September and they will face friendly matches at the Enrique Roca stadium in Murcia.

As Pinatar Arena has reported, the Saudi Arabian Football Federation has once again chosen the complex located in San Pedro del Pinatar to establish its preparation base for the World Cup that will begin next November.

The Saudi team, led by French coach Hervé Renard and who will be in group C with Argentina, Mexico and Poland, will take advantage of their stay to play two international matches against the Ecuadorian and United States teams on the 23rd and 27th.

Both matches will be played at the Enrique Roca de Murcia at eight in the afternoon and tickets are now available through the web Compralaentrada.com and at the official store of Real Murcia.

Meanwhile, the Ecuadorian national team, commanded by Gustavo Alfaro, will also return to Murcia to play one of its last games before the championship.

Pervis Estupiñán, Piero Hincapié and Enner Valencia stand out in an Ecuadorian team that will play the opening match of the World Cup against the host team of the event. Group A is completed by the Netherlands and Senegal.

For its part, the North American team, headed by Gregg Berhalter and featuring players such as Christian Pulisic, Weston McKennie and Sergiño Dest, will visit Pinatar Arena for the first time.

The game that the United States will play in Murcia will be their last before the World Cup, in which they were drawn in Group B along with Wales, England and Iran.

After the organization of the international matches of Saudi Arabia against Colombia and Venezuela last June, Pinatar Arena continues to consolidate itself as one of the benchmark international football destinations and is presented as a possible sub-venue for the 2030 World Cup, to which Spain and Portugal are opting.

Melissa Galbraith
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