Argentina vs Bangladesh friendly match on 12th and 20th June at Bangabandhu Stadium, Dhaka

Argentina vs Bangladesh Exciting friendly match in June, 2023

Argentina vs Bangladesh, exciting news for football fans in Bangladesh as the reigning FIFA World Cup champions, Argentina, are all set to make their long-awaited return to the South Asian country for a friendly match in June 2023. The much-anticipated match is expected to be held at the iconic Bangabandhu Stadium in the capital city of Dhaka, and talks are already in progress to finalize the terms and conditions.

While Bangladesh is eagerly awaiting the arrival of Lionel Messi and co., the Argentine Football Association is reportedly preparing to provide a list of potential opponents, with the Bangladesh Football Federation set to pick one for the friendly match. With top footballing nations like Morocco and Japan being considered, this is shaping up to be an unforgettable experience for football fans in Bangladesh.

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The BFF President, Kazi Salahuddin, has expressed his excitement about the Argentina vs Bangladesh friendly match, calling it a major milestone for football in Bangladesh. As the negotiations continue, the world is waiting with bated breath for the final details, including the match date and time. With the match expected to draw massive crowds, this could be the most significant event in Bangladesh’s footballing history.

The president further added, “ Argentina will give us with a list of countries after talking with their coach and we will pick one. The visit by the Argentina soccer team is nearly perfected. A talk on terms and conditions is in progress. ” FIFA’s executive commission member Mahfuza Akter Kiron, also the women’s side chairman of BFF, informed the Daily Star that they are in addresses with armies analogous as Morocco and Japan to play against the world titleholders.

Argentina vs Bangladesh friendly match time

According to reports from DobleAmarilla, the highly-anticipated football match, Argentina vs Bangladesh is expected to take place at the National Bangabandhu Stadium in June, with the dates set between June 12 and June 20.
When Argentina last visited Bangladesh for a football match, the Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) had to dig deep into its pockets, spending a hefty sum of around $3 to $4 million. And it seems the upcoming match between the two countries will be no different, with BFF President Kazi Salahuddin revealing that hosting the game will cost an estimated $10 million or roughly 100 crore taka.

To shed more light on the negotiations and provide additional details to the media, the BFF has announced that it will hold a press briefing today. It’s clear that both the BFF and football fans in Bangladesh are eagerly anticipating this match, but the high cost of hosting it is a reminder of the significant resources required to put on an event of this scale. Nonetheless, with Argentina’s world-class players set to take on Bangladesh, there’s no doubt that it will be an exciting and unforgettable experience for all involved.

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Argentina is currently riding high on the wave of their recent victory at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, and the South American nation has garnered massive support from around the globe. However, it’s safe to say that nowhere has their victory been celebrated quite as passionately as in Bangladesh. Argentina has enjoyed a strong following in the key South Asian markets of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh, thanks in large part to the legendary Diego Maradona’s televised World Cup win in 1986.

In response to the outpouring of love and support from Bangladeshi football fans, Argentina’s foreign minister, Santiago Cafiero, recently took to Twitter to announce that the country is looking to renew its delegation in Bangladesh, which has been closed since 1978. This announcement has only served to fuel the already frenzied excitement surrounding Argentina’s upcoming visit to the country.

While this will be Argentina’s second visit to Bangladesh, their first trip in September 2011 was a low-key affair that didn’t generate nearly as much buzz as the upcoming friendly match Argentina vs Bangladesh is expected to. With implicit dates set for June, all eyes are now on the National Bangabandhu Stadium, which is expected to be packed to the rafters with passionate football fans eagerly anticipating a clash between the reigning World Cup champions and the home team. This promises to be an unforgettable experience for all involved, as Argentina’s addict mode in Bangladesh shows no signs of abating.

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