Euro 2020: What nations have qualified for its 24-team finals?

Euro 2020: What nations have qualified for its 24-team finals?

Which teams have reserved their place in the pan-European global tournament ?

Euro 2020 does not occur until June 2020, however tons of teams will probably be reserving their place in the championship in October and November.

The championship, which will be held in places throughout Europe, will include a total of all 24 competitions, with a number of the game’s most heavyweights anticipated to feature.

But, there’s always room for an upset, even if the amount of teams has already been raised.

Target have a look at the states which have qualified for Euro 2020 and people that are in contention.

Euro 2020 qualified teams

A total of 20 teams – the top 2 teams at every one of those 10 classes – will be eligible automatically for Euro 2020.

Qualified in the groups

Group Winners Runners-up
that I Belgium* TBC

*May conclude runner-up

Qualified in the play-offs

in addition to the 20 teams who qualify for the competition by finishing in the top two of those 10 groups, there’ll be four teams who work through the play-offs.

A total of 16 teams will probably be included in the play-off phase and their location has been attained throughout the UEFA Nations League – although the identity of this teams is subject to change.

The draw for those play-offs is going to be held on November 22, 2019 with games then happening in March 2020.

Rank Course A Rank Course B
two TBC two TBC
4 ) TBC 4 ) TBC
Rank Course C Rank Course D
1 Scotland 1 TBC
two TBC two TBC
4 ) TBC 4 ) Belarus

Group A

England can book their place in Euro 2020 should they overcome Czech Republic on October 11.

The Czechs are fighting for one of those eligibility places alongside Kosovo, who might well hit a significant championship for the first time in their brief history as a separate team.

Team B

Ukraine direct the way in Team B and they’ll be the initial team from this pool to progress into Euro 2020 should they obtain four points from their matches from Lithuania and Portugal.

Reigning European champions Portugal are shut behind Ukraine, together with Serbia also firmly arguing for eligibility while Luxembourg maintain an outside opportunity.

Team C

Germany, Northern Ireland and the Netherlands will be the teams fighting it out for eligibility from Group C.

But, as it’s so tight between both teams, eligibility or elimination won’t be confirmed before the last group matches in November.

Belarus, meanwhile, could progress to the play-offs.

Team D

Team D is a tightly fought battle between the Republic of Ireland, Switzerland and Denmark, together with Georgia the outsider.

Ireland will be eligible for Euro 2020 should they win their off matches from Georgia and Switzerland in October. Mick McCarthy’s side will also be eligible if they beat Georgia then draw on their remaining two games (against Switzerland and Denmark).

Group E

Croatia can possibly qualify for Euro 2020 by beating Hungary and Wales in October, but it is going to rely on results elsewhere in their way.

External of Croatia it’s very open. Slovakia and Hungary would be the principal contenders for another qualification place while Wales lag slightly behind.

Group F

Spain are firmly in control of Group F and will clinch qualification for Euro 2020 with wins over Norway and Sweden in October. They are also able to be eligible for a win over Norway alone should Romania don’t conquer the Faroe Islands.

With La Roja directing the way and expected to qualify, Sweden, Romania and Norway are fighting it out to the next place.

Team G

Team G is a really aggressive affair, with five from those six teams still virtually keeping a possibility of eligibility.

Poland, that direct the team, could wrap up eligibility if results go their way into October while Slovenia, Austria, North Macedonia and Israel are carefully matched.

Group H

Team H, that includes world champions France, is just another tight affair heading in the last phases.

in addition to Les Bleus, Turkey, Iceland and, to a lesser extent, Albania, are in the combination for reserving their place in Euro 2020.

Team I

Belgium became the primary team to be eligible for Euro 2020 if they beat San Marino on October 10.

Russia will also be near qualification and they are able to do this by preventing defeat to Cyprus on October 13.

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Scotland’s hopes of automatic qualification are kaput, however they will have a opportunity to qualify through the play-offs.

Group J

Italy are on the verge of qualification for Euro 2020 and they could take action by beating both Greece and Liechtenstein in October. Alternately, it is going to take place if the Azzurri conquer Greece and Armenia don’t conquer Liechtenstein.

Finland and Armenia are competing for another place, with Bosnia-Herzegovina keeping a slender chance.

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