Euro 2020: Who Has Qualified And Who Is Yet To.

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.

 

 

UEFA Changes Nations League Format

GROUP A

Raheem Sterling of England is tackled by Jakub Brabec of Czech Republic during the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier between Czech Republic and England (Photo by Justin Setterfield/Getty Images)

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.

 

GROUP B

Ukraine are seeded for the draws while Portugal will find themselves in Pot 3. Serbia will play away to Norway in the play-offs.

 

GROUP C

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.

 

GROUP D

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.

 

GROUP E

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.

 

GROUP F

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.

 

GROUP G

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,

 

GROUP H

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.

GROUP I

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.

 

GROUP J

Teemu Pukki of Finland looks on during the UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifier match between Liechtenstein and Finland (Photo by TF-Images/Getty Images)

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.

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