Orange completes the training
A training session for the Dutch national team is already scheduled for this morning. The players entered the field at 9:30 am Dutch time in Qatar, two hours later than here.
The practice session was only visible to the media for the first fifteen minutes. He then followed up with national coach Louis van Gaal behind closed doors. There will be a press conference from Orange at 12.45pm, which will be broadcast live on nos.nl and in the NOS app.
What does World Cup day look like in NOS?
On the day of the World Cup in which the first match starts at 11 am, NOS will broadcast from 10:30 am on NPO 1 and via a live stream on NOS.nl and in the NOS app. From that moment on, you’re good all day for (orange) news, previews, afterthoughts, and live reports of all duels.
On days when the first kickoff is at 4 p.m., we broadcast from 3:20 p.m. If you haven’t been able to catch up on everything all day, or want to see the highlights again, there’s a 7 p.m. World Cup Magazine. Lieutenant Colonel Henry Shute will keep you updated on all developments in the fields in and around Qatar.
The program follows immediately after that WK22 studiowhere Sjoerd van Ramshorst discussed the ‘evening game’ at 8pm with a number of our regular analysts and special guests in a studio packed with an audience.
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