When, what time and on which channel is Japan vs Turkey? The two rivals face each other after 21 years. Here are the details…
Turkey’s national football team will face Japan in a friendly match. Turkey and Japan, who last faced each other 21 years ago in the 2002 World Cup, will once again face each other today. The live broadcast information of the match, which will be highly enjoyable to watch, has been announced. So, when is the Japan-Turkey friendly match, what time and on which channel?
The Japan-Turkey friendly match will keep football fans glued to their screens today. The two teams, who will face each other for the third time in their history, will meet again today after 21 years. When is the Japan-Turkey friendly match, what time is it and which channel is it on?
WHEN, WHAT TIME AND ON WHICH CHANNEL IS THE NATIONAL MATCH BETWEEN JAPAN AND TURKEY?
The Japan-Turkey friendly match will be played in Genk, Belgium, on Tuesday, September 12, starting at 15:20.
The match will be broadcast live on TRT 1.
21 YEARS LATER THEY WILL FACE EACH OTHER
The Turkish National Football Team will face its rival Japan in a friendly match in Belgium today after 21 years.
The last match between Turkey and Japan, who will be rivals for the third time, was played in the 2002 World Cup. The Turkish team won 1-0 in the last 16 round match played on June 18, 2002 and qualified for the quarterfinals of the World Cup.
Ümit Davala scored the goal that brought the national team to the quarterfinals in the World Cup hosted by Japan against South Korea.
JAPAN’S FIRST MATCH
Turkey and Japan have faced each other only twice so far. In the matches, one of which was private and one of which was official, both teams won one victory each with 1-0 results.
The first match between the teams in history was played on June 15, 1997. Japan won the Kirin Cup match played in Nagai, Japan with Morishima’s goal.
COMFORTABLE WIN OVER GERMANY
Japan is ranked 20th in the FIFA World rankings, where our national football team is ranked 41st. Japan is ranked number 1 among the member countries of the Asian Football Confederation.
The Japanese National Team defeated Germany 4-1 away in the friendly match they played two days ago. Ito, Ueda, Asano and Tanaka scored the goals for Japan.
After this match, the German Football Federation announced that they parted ways with the national team coach Hansi Flick.
20TH MATCH UNDER STEFAN KUNTZ
Turkey will play their 20th match under German coach Stefan Kuntz against Japan today.
In 19 matches under Kuntz, the national team has won 12, drawn three and lost four, while scoring 44 times and conceding 22 goals.