2. Dez. 20 Teilnehmer an der UEFA EURO qualifizieren sich über die Gruppenphase der European Qualifiers, vier andere Teams über die. 2. Dez. Am Sonntag wurden in Dublin die Gruppen der European Qualifiers für die UEFA EURO ausgelost. 6. Sept. DAZN erwirbt die Rechte an den European Qualifiers & der UEFA Nations League in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz.
The team selection process will determine the 16 teams which will compete in the play-offs. The qualifying play-off draw will take place on 22 November in order to determine the paths which the non-group winners will participate in.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. After these criteria are applied, they may define the position of some of the teams involved, but not all of them.
For example, if there is a three-way tie on points, the application of the first four criteria may only break the tie for one of the teams, leaving the other two teams still tied.
In this case, the tiebreaking procedure is resumed, from the beginning, for those teams that are still tied. First match es will be played on 22 March First match es will be played on 21 March First match es will be played on 23 March UEFA Euro qualifying play-offs.
Qualified directly for the final tournament. Advanced to play-offs in bold. Assured of a play-off spot, but may still qualify directly for the final tournament.
UEFA Rules for classification: Union of European Football Associations. Retrieved 13 March Retrieved 10 December Retrieved 5 October Retrieved 2 December Group stage fixture list" PDF.
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In other projects Wikimedia Commons. This page was last edited on 28 January , at Each six-team group contained one team from each of the six pots, while each five-team group contained one team from each of the first five pots.
Due to the centralisation of media rights for European qualifiers, England, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands were all drawn into six-team groups.
In consideration of the delicate political situations of the relationships between Armenia and Azerbaijan , UEFA requested that FIFA maintain the current UEFA policy not to draw these teams into the same qualification groups since the two teams were in the same seeding pot, this would not have happened regardless of the request.
Teams were allocated to seeding pots as follows July FIFA Rankings shown in second column; the national teams which eventually qualified for the final tournament are presented in bold ; the national teams who took part in the play-offs are presented in italic.
The football associations of Gibraltar and Kosovo became members of FIFA following the draw but before any games had been played.
In addition, it was decided that Kosovo could not play against Bosnia and Herzegovina or Serbia for security reasons, due to the disputed political status of Kosovo.
The hosts Russia were to be partnered with five-team Group H for friendlies. When the draw was made groups H and I had one team fewer than the other groups so it was decided that matches against the last-placed team in each of the six-team groups would not be included in the ranking of the second-placed teams.
Even after the admission of Kosovo and Gibraltar, and with all groups now containing six teams, this rule did not change and matches against the sixth-placed team in all groups were still discarded.
The eight best runners-up were determined by the following parameters, in this order: The eight best group runners-up contested the second round, where they were paired into four two-legged home-and-away fixtures.
The draw for the second round play-offs was held on 17 October , Teams from Pot 1 played teams from Pot 2 on a home and away basis, with the order of legs decided by draw.
The first legs were played on 9—11 November, and the second legs were played on 12—14 November The winners of each tie qualified for the World Cup.
UEFA unveiled the branding for the qualifiers on 15 April It shows a national jersey inside a heart, and represents Europe, honour and ambition.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The eight best runners-up among all nine groups advanced to the second round play-offs. Worst runner-up and the other teams were eliminated after the first round.
FIFA Rules for classification: Counting only matches against teams ranked first to fifth in the group, 1 Points; 2 Goal difference; 3 Goals scored; 4 Fair play points; 5 Drawing of lots.
Italic indicates hosts for that year. A separate team for East Germany also participated in qualifications during this time, having only competed in Romelu Lukaku Christian Eriksen.
For full lists of goalscorers, see sections in each group: Retrieved 14 November Archived from the original on 12 October Retrieved 20 November Archived from the original on 26 June Retrieved 9 July