Euro 2020 kicks off in June next year with 24 nations locking horns in a battle for European supremacy. The qualifiers for the quadrennial event is at its closing stages, and some teams already know their fate while some are fighting for a spot.
The top two teams in each group qualify automatically, four nations will qualify via play-offs which is based on UEFA nations league performances. These complete 24 teams to participate.
Let’s take a group by group review of teams that have qualified and those that will have to negotiate the playoffs to qualify.
England are through to the finals as group leaders and will be seeded. Czech Republic have also booked a place at the Euros. Kosovo will have to win their play-off tie against North Macedonia while Bulgaria have a yet-to-be-confirmed play-off tie of their’s to negotiate.
Ukraine are seeded for the draws while Portugal will find themselves in Pot 3. Serbia will play away to Norway in the play-offs.
Netherlands and Germany will be seeded in Pot 2 Northern Ireland will play away to Bosnia and Herzegovina in the League B play-offs while Belarus will be away to Georgia in the League D play-offs.
Switzerland and Denmark are through to Euro 2020 and will find themselves in Pot 2 and Pot 3 respectively.Republic Of Ireland go into the play-offs and will be away to Slovakia in League B while Georgia will play hosts to Belarus in League D.
Croatia won the group and will be in Pot 2 for the draw. Wales came in second and will find themselves in Pot 4. Slovakia will be at home to Republic of Ireland in League B play-offs while Hungary will take path in a play-off path that is yet to be confirmed.
Spain are through to next year’s finals as group leaders and will be seeded. Sweden finished second in the group and they will be in Pot 4 for the draws.
Romania will be in the play-offs but their path is yet to be confirmed while Norway will host Serbia in League C play-off semi-final.
Poland are winners of this group and will be in Pot 2 with runners-up Austria in Pot 3
North Macedonia will play Kosovo in the League D play-off path while Israel will also be in the play-offs with their path yet to be determined,
France and Turkey are both through to the finals and they will find themselves in Pot 2 and Pot 3 respectively.
Iceland will certainly play a home match in the League A path with a yet to be identified opponent.
Belgium will be seeded for the draws while Russia will be in Pot 2. Scotland will take part in the playoffs at home via the League C path.
Italy have won all their games and will be seeded at the draws . Finland have confirmed Euro qualification for the first time in their history and they will be in Pot 4.
Bosnia and Herzegovina have a home semifinal against Northern Ireland in the League B playoff path.Follow us on social media