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.
How does attribution work?
- Group winners and three runners-ups in their respective divisions against the first, third, fourth and fifth sides , in the final tournament host to England will attend.
- The other six second team for the remaining three beds in the 16-team finals will play in april .
- Confirmed in the first two of the group : Belgium. Denmark, Germany, Italy, Switzerland
Group A : Netherlands (owners), Slovenia, Russia, Kosovo, Estonia, Turkey
- The Netherlands have seven wins out of seven and their owners will have one more win; they will face Estonia next Friday. Russia is nine points behind the Netherlands with four games to play. Visiting Russia on Thursday, Slovenia played one more game at the same level but. Kosovo, which still has to face its owners twice, is three points behind in second place and heads to Turkey on Thursday.
Group B : Denmark, Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Israel, Malta, Georgia
- Denmark and Italy, who each did not drop a point after seven games, finished in the first two of the group. Italy hosted Denmark at Empoli on 26 October and Viborg's return ended the group on 1 December. Denmark will play first against Israel on Wednesday.
Group C : Norway, Wales, Belarus, Northern Ireland, Faroe Islands
- Again excellent, Norway beat Wales 1-0 in September, eight points behind their visitors, with three games left. Norway could qualify for the qualifying round if they score more points against Wales on 27 October than Belarus managed against Northern Ireland. Belarus is two points behind Wales and has a game in hand. Another point is Northern Ireland, which has played all their matches against Norway and Wales but will still face Belarus twice.
Group D : Spain, Czech Republic, Poland, Moldova, Azerbaijan
- Undefeated Spain will play on a team on the same level as the Czech Republic but in a 5-1 away win and host them on Thursday. Poland is two points behind but also has more games than Spain and has a one-to-one disadvantage against the Czech Republic.
Group E : Finland, Scotland, Portugal, Albania, Cyprus
- Before the final match in the 2019 group, the three teams were still excellent, but only one team remained after Portugal's 1-1 draw with Finland, which took additional time with Sällström in March. Finland has ten points out of four, but Scotland won both games, two points ahead of Portugal. There was no September game in the group; On Thursday, the matches will be played by Scotlabd in Cyprus with Albania and Portugal. On October 26, Finland hosted Scotland.
Group F : Sweden, Iceland, Hungary, Slovakia, Latvia
- Sweden and Iceland are six points behind Hungary (playing one more game) and nine points behind Slovakia (with fixtures) in three games. Sweden could qualify by beating Latvia on Thursday and Iceland on October 27. Iceland could potentially make it this month if they win in Sweden, but that depends on other results.
Group G : Austria, France, Serbia, North Macedonia, Kazakhstan
- Austria has five wins out of five and France four out of four; Two goals from Eugénie Le Sommer in their most recent win put Marinette Pichon ahead of France's all-time top scorer at 82. With six points behind the top two players left to play, Serbia is still not out of contention. . Austria hosted France on October 26 and would have finished the top two by one point; Les Bleues will secure their home country by beating North Macedonia on Thursday.
Group H : Switzerland, Belgium, Romania, Croatia, Lithuania
- Switzerland beat Belgium 2-1 in September to end their visitors' excellent record, take a point lead at the top and secure their top two spot. Belgium played at least one play-off. It seems likely that the top spot will be decided on 30 November with Belgium hosting Switzerland, but it could be determined on 26 October if Nils Nielsen's team wins in Romania and Red Flames loses in Lithuania.
Group I : Germany, Republic of Ireland, Ukraine, Greece, Montenegro
- Germany won 3-0 against the previously undefeated Republic of Ireland and Montenegro in September, gaining 18 points from six games to place them in the top two. Ireland are five points behind in two games, including Germany's November 30 visit, if they beat Greece four days ago or fail to win in Ukraine on Friday. With a game in hand, Ukraine is within the seven points of Ireland; They must win on Friday to prevent their visitors from taking the top two spots.
Remaining scheduled qualifying matches : 21–27 October, 26 November – 1 December 2020
playoffs draw: tbc
play-offs : 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 2020 Olympic tournament in Japan.
- France, Germany, Italy and Norway reached the 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, with six straight wins, when they fell to Denmark in the last eight.
- 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 and both were successful.
- Finland coach Anna Signeul was in charge of Scotland when they reached their finals in 2017.
- Norway qualified ahead of Wales for the 2017 finals.
- Portugal led Finland to the 2017 playoffs on their way to the finals for the first time. She defeated Belgium on away goals before losing to the Netherlands in the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup play-offs.