Who have qualified for UEFA EURO 2020

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Czech Republic, England, France and Turkey have joined Belgium, Italy, Russia, Poland, Ukraine and Spain at UEFA EURO 2020.

QUALIFIED FOR UEFA EURO 2020

• Belgium
• Czech Republic
• England
• France
• Italy
• Poland
• Russia
• Spain
• Turkey
• Ukraine

Group A

Standings: England (18 pts), Czech Republic (15), Kosovo (11), Montenegro (3), Bulgaria (3)
Matchday 10: Sunday – Kosovo v England, Bulgaria v Czech Republic

• England: qualified, group winners
• Czech Republic: qualified
• Kosovo: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage.
• Montenegro: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage
• Bulgaria: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage.

Group B

Standings: Ukraine (19), Portugal (14), Serbia (13), Luxembourg (4), Lithuania (1)
Matchday 9: Sunday – Serbia v Ukraine, Luxembourg v Portugal

• Ukraine: qualified, group winners
• Portugal: will qualify if they win against Luxembourg or if Serbia fail to beat Ukraine.
• Serbia: will qualify if they beat Ukraine and Portugal fail to beat Luxembourg.
• Luxembourg: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage
• Lithuania: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage

Group C

Standings: Netherlands (15), Germany (15), Northern Ireland (12), Belarus (4), Estonia (1)
Matchday 9: Saturday – Northern Ireland v Netherlands, Germany v Belarus

• Netherlands: will qualify with a draw against Northern Ireland.
• Germany: will qualify if they beat Belarus and Northern Ireland do not beat the Netherlands, or if they draw and Northern Ireland lose
• Northern Ireland: will be out of contention in the group if they draw with the Netherlands and Germany beat Belarus, or if they lose and Germany draw.
• Belarus: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage.
• Estonia: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage

Group D

Standings: Republic of Ireland (12), Denmark (12), Switzerland (11), Georgia (8), Gibraltar (0)
Matchday 9: Friday – Switzerland v Georgia, Denmark v Gibraltar

• Republic of Ireland: cannot qualify or be eliminated on Matchday 9
• Denmark: will qualify if they beat Gibraltar and Switzerland lose to Georgia.
• Switzerland: will qualify if they beat Georgia and Denmark do not beat Gibraltar.
• Georgia: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage
• Gibraltar: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage

Group E

Standings: Croatia (14), Hungary (12), Slovakia (10), Wales (8), Azerbaijan (1)
Matchday 9: Saturday – Azerbaijan v Wales, Croatia v Slovakia

• Croatia: will qualify with a draw against Slovakia
• Hungary: cannot qualify or be eliminated on Matchday 9
• Slovakia: cannot qualify or be eliminated on Matchday 9.
• Wales: will be out of contention in the group if they lose to Azerbaijan.
• Azerbaijan: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage

Group F

Standings: Spain (20), Sweden (15), Romania (14), Norway (11), Faroe Islands (3), Malta (3)
Matchday 9: Friday – Norway v Faroe Islands, Spain v Malta, Romania v Sweden

Spain: qualified
• Sweden: will qualify with a win against Romania.
• Romania: will be out of contention in the group if they lose to Sweden
• Norway: will be out of contention in the group if they fail to beat the Faroe Islands or if Romania v Sweden does not end in a draw.
• Faroe Islands: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage
• Malta: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage

Group G

Standings: Poland (19), Austria (16), North Macedonia (11), Slovenia (11), Israel (11), Latvia (0)
Matchday 9: Saturday – Slovenia v Latvia, Israel v Poland, Austria v North Macedonia.

Poland: qualified
• Austria: will qualify with a draw against North Macedonia
• North Macedonia: will be out of contention in the group if they do not beat Austria.
• Slovenia: will be out of contention in the group if they do not beat Latvia or if Austria avoid defeat by North Macedonia
• Israel: will be out of contention in the group if they do not beat Poland or if Austria avoid defeat by North Macedonia.
• Latvia: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage

Group H

Standings: France (22), Turkey (20), Iceland (16), Albania (13), Andorra (4), Moldova (3)
Matchday 10: Sunday – Moldova v Iceland, Andorra v Turkey, Albania v France

Turkey: qualified
France: qualified
• Iceland: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage
• Albania: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage
• Andorra: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage
• Moldova: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage

Group I

Standings: Belgium (24), Russia (21), Cyprus (10), Scotland (9), Kazakhstan (7), San Marino (0)
Matchday 9: Saturday – Russia v Belgium, Cyprus v Scotland, San Marino v Kazakhstan

Belgium: qualified, will clinch first place with a draw against Russia
Russia: qualified
• Cyprus: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage
• Scotland: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage
• Kazakhstan: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage
• San Marino: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage

Group J

Italy secure a place at EURO 2020

Standings: Italy (24), Finland (15), Armenia (10), Bosnia and Herzegovina (10), Greece (8), Liechtenstein (2)
Matchday 9: Friday – Finland v Liechtenstein, Armenia v Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina v Italy

Italy: qualified, group winners
• Finland: will qualify with a win against Liechtenstein, will qualify with a draw if Bosnia and Herzegovina fail to beat Italy, will qualify regardless if Bosnia and Herzegovina lose and Armenia fail to beat Greece
• Bosnia and Herzegovina: will be out of contention in the group if they lose to Italy, if they draw and Finland avoid defeat against Liechtenstein, or if Finland win
• Armenia: will be out of contention in the group if they fail to beat Greece or if Finland beat Liechtenstein
• Greece: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage
• Liechtenstein: can no longer qualify via European Qualifiers group stage

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