Lewandowski and Poland are ready to conquer the “group of death” at Euro 2024 from their base in Hannover

The Polish team, led by superstar Robert Lewandowski, has chosen the city of Hannover as their base for the Euro 2024 campaign, where they will face a difficult challenge in the group stage against the Netherlands, France, and Austria. Can “Lewy” and his teammates create a surprise with the support of Polish fans in Germany?

After securing their spot in Euro 2024 through a thrilling series of play-off matches, the Polish team has decided to set up camp in the city of Hannover for the duration of the tournament, which will take place in June next year. Head coach Michal Probierz confidently stated: “We know we will have to face the strongest opponents in Europe, but we are ready to show our mettle in front of the support of the Polish fans in Germany.”

However, Lewandowski and his teammates will face an extremely difficult challenge right from the group stage. Poland is in the “group of death” with the Netherlands, France, and Austria. The opening match against the “Orange Tornado” of the Netherlands on June 16 in Hamburg is predicted to be incredibly tense and exciting. Can Poland’s defense stop the attacking force of Memphis Depay and Cody Gakpo?

Next, Poland will face world champions France, featuring Kylian Mbappé. This will be a showdown between two of the world’s top strikers. Lewandowski is determined to prove he deserves the Ballon d’Or in a competition with “Prince” Mbappé.

Finally, Austria, led by star Marcel Sabitzer, will also be a tough opponent. They surprised everyone by reaching the 1/8 round of Euro 2020 and have been making significant progress. Can Poland leverage superstar striker Robert Lewandowski to win against Austria and the Netherlands to advance?

Julian Battmer, Director of the Hannover 96 Academy, expressed his honor at being chosen as the base for the Polish team: “Our facilities and training conditions have far exceeded the expectations of Coach Probierz. We will be excellent hosts and provide the best conditions for Lewandowski and his teammates to prepare for Euro 2024.”

Team captain Lewandowski is confident: “We want to make a strong impression at this tournament. I’m very excited to play in front of thousands of Polish fans in Germany. It will be a huge motivation for us to overcome all difficulties.”

With careful preparation and high determination, can Lewandowski’s Poland create a shock in the “group of death” at Euro 2024?

Group D – Poland

Coach: Michal Probierz

Euro: Quarterfinals (2016)

World Cup: 3rd Place (1974, 1982)

FIFA Ranking: 30th (as of February 15, 2024)

Current Euro 2024 Poland squad: players and clubs (As of: March 27, 2024)


Marcin Bułka (OGC Nice)

Bartłomiej Drągowski (Panathinaikos Athens)

Łukasz Skorupski (FC Bologna)

Wojciech Szczęsny (Juventus Turin)


Jan Bednarek ((Southampton FC)

Bartosz Bereszyński (Empoli FC)

Paweł Bochniewicz (SC Heerenveen)

Matty Cash (Aston Villa)

Paweł Dawidowicz (Hellas Verona)

Robert Gumny (FC Augsburg)

Michał Karbownik (Hertha BSC)

Tomasz Kędziora (PAOK Saloniki)

Jakub Kiwior (Arsenal FC)

Dominik Marczuk (Jagiellonia Białystok)

Patryk Peda (SPAL 2013 Ferrara)

Kamil Piątkowski (Granada CF)

Tymoteusz Puchacz (1. FC Kaiserslautern)

Arkadiusz Reca (Spezia Calcio)

Sebastian Walukiewicz (FC Empoli)

Mateusz Wieteska (Cagliari Calcio)

Przemysław Wiśniewski (Spezia Calcio)


Krystian Bielik (Birmingham City)

Patryk Dziczek (Piast Gliwice)

Przemysław Frankowski (RC Lens)

Kacper Kozłowski (Vitesse)

Grzegorz Krychowiak (Abha Club)

Ben Lederman (Raków Częstochowa)

Karol Linetty (FC Torino)

Mateusz Łęgowski (US Salernitana 1919)

Filip Marchwiński (Lech Poznań)

Jakub Moder (Brighton & Hove Albion)

Jakub Piotrowski (Ludogorets Razgrad)

Taras Romanczuk (Jagiellonia Białystok)

Bartosz Salamon (Lech Poznań)

Bartosz Slisz (Atlanta United FC)

Damian Szymański (AEK Athens)

Sebastian Szymański (Fenerbahçe)

Paweł Wszołek (Legia Warsaw)

Nicola Zalewski (AS Roma)

Piotr Zieliński (SSC Napoli)


Adrian Benedyczak (Parma Calcio)

Adam Buksa (Antalyaspor)

Kamil Grosicki (Pogoń Szczecin)

Jakub Kamiński (VfL Wolfsburg)

Robert Lewandowski (FC Barcelona)

Arkadiusz Milik (Juventus Turin)

Krzysztof Piątek (İstanbul Başakşehir)

Michał Skóraś (FC Bruges)

Karol Świderski (Hellas Verona)

Bartłomiej Wdowik (Jagiellonia Białystok)

Topics: Poland, Robert Lewandowski, Michal Probierz, Euro 2024, Netherlands, France, Austria, Hannover 96

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