TV program Dutch national team

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Widely regarded as one of the historically strongest national teams in the world, the Netherlands have competed in eleven World Cup finals, although they have never won the tournament (they have, however, finished runners-up on three occasions). The ‘total football’ era of the 1970s led by the legendary Johan Cruyff may have been the golden age for the programme, but they have remained consistently strong in the decades since, including winning the European Championship in 1988.

After finishing second and third in 2010 and 2014 respectively, it was astounding that the Netherlands failed to qualify for Russia 2018. With a bit of a chip on their shoulders, the men in orange will certainly be looking to return this fall in shape in Qatar.

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First game: April 30, 1905 (Win vs. Belgium in Antwerp)
Manager: Ronald Koeman
Best World Cup finish: Runners-up (1974, 1978, 2010)
Best finish at the European Championship: Champions (1988)

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Where can I watch the Netherlands match?

Fans of the Netherlands are happy that the Netherlands will return to the World Cup. For Americans with a connection to the famous orange kit, coverage is available on FOX and FS1 for many of the Dutch games. The World Cup, Qualifying, European Championships and Nations League are all available through the channels of the FOX family. Spanish-language coverage is available for the World Cup via Telemundo and Universo, with streaming available on Peacock.

The best thing about the Dutch TV program is that it is almost completely available through fuboTV. fuboTV offers all the channels mentioned above. In addition, certain Nations League games are specific to fuboTV.

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The football world was deprived of watching the Netherlands during Russia 2018. Of course, that came as a result of a dismal qualifying phase that year.

Eight years away from a third-place finish in Brazil, the Netherlands looks different across the board. The time of Robin van Persie, Arjen Robben and Wesley Sneijder is over. Now a young Dutch team is hungry to achieve the successes of 2010 and 2014.

That starts with Virgil van Dijk in the back. The Liverpool centre-back remains one of the best players in the game, despite any dips in form in recent seasons. On his day, he is virtually unplayable. He will be joined by one of the few players left from that 2014 squad, Daley Blind. Following his departure from Manchester United, Blind found a home at Ajax, leading to individual and club success.

The highlight in midfield is Frenkie de Jong, the Barcelona midfielder who can play just about any role in the Dutch national team. His strong point is supplying balls to an attack consisting of Barca teammate Memphis Depay, Steven Bergwijn or a young and promising Cody Gakpo.

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