Vienna: Iran’s national football team arrived in Austria for a three-week-long camp ahead of the FIFA World Cup in Brazil. During the camp, Iran will play three friendlies with Belarus, Montenegro and Angola, reports Xinhua.Carlos Queiroz’s men will play Belarus May 18 in Kapfenberg. Then they will face Montenegro May 26 and Angola May 30 in Hartberg. The Iranian squad has already played four friendlies with South African clubs Moroka Swallows, Orlando Pirates, Mamelodi Sundowns and Mpumalanga Black Aces in their camp in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Iran have been drawn in Group F with Nigeria, Argentina and Bosnia and Herzegovina. They will play Nigeria in Curitiba in their opening match June 16 before taking on Argentina and Bosnia and Herzegovina.