More than five months later, the national team of Ukraine is finally preparing to play again.

She will be on the lawn of Borussia Park this Wednesday to play a friendly match against the local team, Mönchengladbach, currently tenth in the Bundesliga.

His first match since his victory in Bosnia and Herzegovina on November 16.

On this occasion, Andriy Pyatov and his teammates will wear a special tunic showing the map of the country, whose borders are formed by the flags of all the countries that have supported Ukraine, and a clear message: "United for Ukraine ".

UKRAINE'S SPECIAL FRIENDLY KITS 🇺🇦🎽



UAF President Andriy Pavelko has unveiled the Joma kits Zbirna will play their upcoming friends in before Scotland



United24 is the gov run charity where funds raised in matches will go to



Kit is same 🇺🇦 wore in 20/21 before Euro 2020 pic.twitter.com/3ldpoMb5SN

— Zorya Londonsk (@ZoryaLondonsk) May 10, 2022


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On the back of the shirts, names of cities like Kyiv, Bucha, Irpin or Mykolaiv, all placed under the spotlight by the war, form the numbers of the players.

Another friendly is scheduled against Croatian club Rijeka on May 18.

The goal: to prepare the qualifying play-off for the World Cup which will take place on June 1 against Scotland.

The funds raised with these friendly matches, including those from the sale of shirts, will be donated to the United24 association.

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