The Norway-Turkey Qualifying for the Qatar 2022 World Cup will be played in Malaga on March 27, the Norwegian Football Association (ANF) announced on Tuesday. The meeting was scheduled at the Ullevaal stadium in Oslo, but the strict security measures due to the coronavirus pandemic imposed by the Norwegian government, for the entry and exit of people to the country, have caused the ANF to change the scene and that the match is played in the stadium The Rose Garden, as reported to Efe, for their part, municipal sources in the Malaga capital.
The Spanish authorities and the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) have approved the request, the Norwegian Association said in its statement. Three days before that match, Norway will also face Gibraltar at home in this qualifying phase and will stay for it in the Malaga town of Marbella, where they will also exercise. After facing Turkey, the Nordic team will play Montenegro away on 30 March.