UEFA Women's EURO qualifiers continue with 47 teams competing for 15 places, as well as host England in the finals played between 6-31 July 2022.
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How does attribution work?
- Group winners and get the best place against the first, third, fourth and fifth sides in their division the one who three second , in the final tournament host To UK' will attend.
- The other six second team for the remaining three beds in the 16-team finals will play in april .
- Qualified: Denmark, England (hosts), Germany, Netherlands (owners), Norway
- Confirmed in the first two of the group : Austria, Belgium, France, Italy, Russia, Switzerland
- Can still qualify: Belarus, Finland, Iceland, Northern Ireland, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Scotland, Slovakia, Ukraine, Wales
Netherlands (27 points, qualified), Russia 18, Slovenia 12, Kosovo 10, Turkey 2, Estonia 1
27 November: Estonia – Turkey, Russia – Kosovo
1 December: Turkey – Russia, Slovenia – Estonia, Netherlands – Kosovo
tbd: Estonia – Slovenia
- With nine wins out of nine, the Netherlands qualified as the group winner.
- Russia will finish second
Denmark (27, qualified), Italy (21), Bosnia and Herzegovina (15), Israel (7), Malta (4), Georgia (0)
26 November: Georgia-Malta
1 December: Denmark – Italy, Georgia – Bosnia and Herzegovina, Israel – Malta
tbc: Italy – Israel
- Denmark , won 3-1 last month in Italy, which had not lost at home for five years, and qualified as one of the three best runners-up at worst.
- Italy' awarded at least one play-off; They will qualify for a win in both remaining games. Italy could be at the top of the group with a three-goal win (or any two-goal win other than 2-0 or 3-1) at Denmark#39 on 1 December.
Norway (18, qualified), Wales (11), Northern Ireland (8), Belarus (6), Faroe Islands (0)
26 November: Norway – Faroe Islands
27 November: Northern Ireland – Belarus
1 December: Northern Ireland – Faroe Islands, Wales – Belarus
tbc: Norway – Belarus
- Norway , hasn't dropped a point yet, qualified to be the group winner
- North Ireland , will catch the play-offs' if they beat Belarus and Faroe Islands'
- Wales , will reach the play-offs if they beat Belarus and Northern Ireland in any of their matches
- Belarus , will finish second if they beat Northern Ireland and Wales (and can now mathematically reach second best by also beating Norway ')
Poland (14), Spain (13), Czech Republic (13), Moldova (3), Azerbaijan (0)
27 November: Spain – Moldova
1 December: Spain – Poland, Czech Republic – Moldova
tbc: Azerbaijan – Spain, Azerbaijan – Moldova
- Spain will qualify if they beat Poland' – or will only need a draw if they beat Moldova' (a top two finish result)
- Poland , beat Spain' to take at least second place
- Czech Republic , finishes second if he scores more points against Moldova than Poland' managed against Spain' (Czech Republic' still needs a win to have a second best chance)
Finland (13), Portugal (10), Scotland (9), Albania (3), Cyprus (0)
27 November: Portugal – Scotland, Albania – Cyprus
1 December: Portugal – Albania, Scotland – Finland
tbc: Finland – Portugal, Cyprus – Scotland, Cyprus – Finland, Scotland – Portugal
- Finland, Scotland's He finished off his excellent start with a 1-0 win in October; Scotland and in Portugal there is a match between the leaders
- If Portugal and Finland beat Scotland, they will be confirmed as the top two.
Sweden (19, qualified), Iceland (13), Slovakia (10), Hungary (7), Latvia (0)
26 November: Slovakia – Iceland
December 1: Slovakia – Sweden, Hungary – Iceland
- Sweden , became the group winner after an away draw and home win against Iceland'.
- Iceland , in Slovakia if he avoids defeat he will get second place
France (16), Austria (16), Serbia (12), North Macedonia (3), Kazakhstan (0)
27 November: France – Austria, Kazakhstan – North Macedonia
December 1: Austria – Serbia, France – Kazakhstan
- France and Austria confirmed as the first two
- When France plays Austria, whoever wins will be in first place (their first match in October ended 0-0; the French lost points for the first time in the qualifying group for the UEFA Women's European Championship or FIFA Women's World Cup since 16 June 2007-#39. 46 wins)
Switzerland (19), Belgium (18), Romania (9), Croatia (4), Lithuania (0)
27 November: Croatia – Lithuania
1 December: Belgium – Switzerland, Croatia – Romania
- Switzerland and Belgium Confirmed as the first two
- Belgium' need to win the group decision at home of Switzerland' on 1 December'.
Germany (18, qualified), Republic of Ireland (13), Ukraine (12), Greece (7), Montenegro (0)
27 November: Germany-Greece
December 1: Republic of Ireland – Germany, Ukraine – Montenegro
- Germany, not deducted a point yet, qualified to be group winner
- Ukraine , against Montenegro' Ireland's If he scores more points than Germany'he will be second. Only a win for either side gives them a chance to be second best mathematically.
Remaining scheduled qualifying matches : 26 November – 1 December 2020, February 2021
playoffs draw: tbc
Play-offs's : April 2021
final draw : TBC, UK
Finals : 6-31 July 2022, England
- The Netherlands are defending champions and reached their first FIFA Women's World Cup final in 2019.
- World Cup semi-finalists Sweden and England (as Great Britain) will join the Netherlands in the Olympic tournament in 2021' in Japan'.
- France, Germany, Italy and Norway reached the final World Cup quarter-finals, Spain came out in the last 16' and Scotland fell in the group stage for the first time.
- Denmark came second in EURO 2017, while Austria and England reached the semi-finals.
- Germany won every EURO' from 1995' to 2017', when they lost to Denmark in the last eight with six tournament victories.
- Germany won eight, Norway two, Sweden and the Netherlands one each.
- Cyprus is making its debut in senior competition, while Kosovo is in the first Women's EURO'.
- France and Austria were in the same group at UEFA Women's EURO 2017' both were successful.
- Finland coach Anna Signeul was in charge of Scotland/#39 when they made their way to the finals in 2017'.
- Norway qualified before Wales for the 2017 finals.
- Portugal carried Finland into the 2017 play-offs of #39 on their way to their first finals. Switzerland defeated Belgium on the road in the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup play-offs #39 before losing to the Netherlands to #39.