[[LIVESTREAM]HD] Georgia U21 vs Israel U21 Live Coverage TV Channel on 01 July 2023
How to watch the UEFA U21 Championship match between Georgia and Israel, as well as kick-off time and team news.
Co-hosts Georgia U21 and Israel U21 will be involved in their first quarter-finals at the 2023 UEFA U21 Championship when they face off at the Boris Paichadze Stadium on Saturday.
Despite back-to-back draws, including the 1-1 draw with Netherlands in their last game at the group stage, Ramaz Svanadze's Crusaders topped Portugal in Group A.
Israel registered one victory in Group C and it was indeed the solitary-goal victory over the Czech Republic that saw the Young Chosen Team through the knockouts along with England from Group C.
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Georgia Under-21 and Israel Under-21 meet at the Mikhail Meskhi Stadium on Saturday (July 1) in the quarter-finals of the UEFA Euro U-21 Championship. Both sides have been the revelations of the tournament and will be looking to continue their fairytale run by qualifying for their first ever semi-final appearance.
Georgia U21 will face Israel U21 this Saturday, July 1 for the 2023 Euro U21 quarterfinal. Here you will find all the information you need to know about this game, including how to watch it on TV or live stream in your country.
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Undoubtedly, an interesting game is looming between two promising rivals. On one hand, it will be Georgia U21, who have emerged as a surprise in Group A, where they managed to secure the top spot despite competing against strong teams such as Portugal U21, Netherlands U21, and Belgium U21.
Georgia booked their spot in the last eight with a 1-1 draw against the Netherlands. They went ahead through Zuriko Davitashvili, but Kenneth Taylor levelled matters in the sixth minute of first half added time. The draw was enough for Georgia to secure top spot in Group A.
Israel, meanwhile, saw off Czech Republic in dramatic circumstances to claim second spot in Group C. The Czechs needed just a point to qualify but Omri Gandelman's header in the 82nd minute helped his nation qualify for the knockouts for the first time.
Georgia are participating in the U-21 Euros for the first time but have defied expectations to make the knockouts. The Crusaders have had raucous support behind them, and the support of their fans could be crucial to extending their stay in the competition.
Israel stand in the way of a semifinal appearance for the co-hosts, with Guy Luzon's side also seeking a first appearance in the last four.
Georgia have been the more consistent side and have posted more positive results in the tournament. Home advantage could also be a huge boost, so expect Georgia to claim a narrow win with goals at both ends.
Georgia U21 team news
Valencia goalkeeper Giorgi Mamardashvili Should continue in goal after his delayed arrival to the U21s owing to senior national team duties.
Zuriko Davitashvili may get the nod after scoring in Tuesday's game against the Dutch, meaning Giorgi Guliashvili would need to be content starting on the bench again.
Georgia U21 possible XI: Mamardashvili; Gocholeishvili, Gelashvili, Kalandadze, Sazonov, Azarovi; Tsitaishvili, Gagnidze, Mekvabishvili, Davitashvili; Gagua.
Georgia U21 vs Israel U21: TV Channel and Live Streaming
Egypt: beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN Sports Premium 1, TOD, beIN Sports English
France: beIN Sports 1, Free, beIN SPORTS CONNECT
Greece: ERT 3
Israel: Sport 1, KAN 11
Italy: RaiPlay, RAI Sport 1
Morocco: beIN Sports English, beIN Sports Premium 1, TOD, beIN SPORTS CONNECT
Poland: sport.tvp.pl, TVP Sport App
Portugal: Channel 11, RTP Play
Saudi Arabia: beIN SPORTS CONNECT, TOD
Serbia: RTS 2
Spain: TDP, RTVE.es
Sweden: SVT Play
Switzerland: TDP, Sat.1 Schweiz, RAI Sport 1, TRT Spor
United Arab Emirates: beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN Sports English, beIN Sports Premium 1, TOD
USA: Paramount+, ViX, VIX+, CBS Sports Golazo.
The Euro U21 Championship will take place between June 21 and July 8, 2023. Co-hosts Georgia and Romania will host the matches in five cities: Bucharest, Cluj-Napoca, Tbilisi, Batumi, and Kutaisi.
Top Teams and History:
Spain and Italy are the most successful teams in the history of the competition, each winning the title five times. Germany, the reigning champions, has won the tournament three times.