The venues for Northern Ireland’s two away games in the UEFA Nations League this June have been confirmed.
Ian Baraclough’s team, who are the top seeds in Group 2 in League C of the 2022-23 competition, will play Cyprus at the AEK Arena in Larnaca on Sunday 5 June (5pm start UK time).
And then they are away to Kosovo on Thursday 9 June (7.45pm UK time). That game is due to be staged at the Stadiumi Fadil Vokrri in Pristina.
Northern Ireland will begin their third UEFA Nations League campaign with a game against Greece at the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park on Thursday 2 June (7.45pm).
And their busy schedule that month will draw to a close with a home match against Cyprus on Sunday 12 June (2pm start).
The final two games in Nations League C2 for Northern Ireland will take place in late September.
Their matchday five opponents are Kosovo and the game at the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park is scheduled for Saturday 24 September (5pm).
And their sixth and final game in the group stage of the third edition of the Nations League will be away to Greece on Tuesday 27 September (7.45pm start UK time).
The four group winners in League A will advance to knockout finals in June 2023, while the group winners in the other three leagues (B to D) will all be promoted for the 2024-25 competition.
Further information on tickets will be released in due course.