These teams are not (yet) qualified for the 2024 European Championship

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these teams are not (yet) qualified for the 2024 european championship
these teams are not (yet) qualified for the 2024 european championship

Over the past six days, the football world has been watching the qualification for the 2024 European Championship in Germany with great excitement. Big surprises, intense cauldrons, last-minute drama: it was all there. Not so easy to keep track of, is it? Flashscore will help you. We’ll summarize for you which teams have (not yet) qualified for the upcoming European Championships.

These teams are about to qualify

In Group B, the Netherlands put themselves in an excellent position with a 1-0 win in Greece. Although they have as many points as third-placed Greece, the Orange have already won the direct duel. If the Elftal celebrates two wins at home against Ireland (November 18th) and on Gibraltar (November 21st), as expected, they will have secured their ticket to the 2024 European Championship.

 

The same applies to Albania in Group E. Surprisingly, the Albanians are at the top of the table, ahead of the Czech Republic and Poland. If you celebrate two wins in Moldova (November 17th) and in front of your own audience against the Faroe Islands (November 20th), the second participation in the European Championship after 2016 would be a done deal.

In Group G, the two leaders Hungary and Serbia also have little to worry about. For both teams, a point in the final qualifiers in November would be enough to make everything clear.

Group H is led by Slovenia and Denmark , each four points ahead of third-placed Kazakhstan. The two teams will meet in Copenhagen on November 17th. The winner has secured the European Championship ticket, the loser still has to tremble. The situation is very special, especially for Slovenia. If you suffer a defeat in Denmark and lose the home game against Kazakhstan three days later, direct qualification for the 2024 European Championship could be lost.

Slovakia , on the other hand, hardly has to worry anymore. A point in the final games against Iceland (November 16th) and in Bosnia-Herzegovina (November 19th) – and you are certainly qualified for Germany 2024.

These teams still have to tremble

There will be a big showdown in Group C on November 20th. Second-placed Ukraine will face third-placed Italy . If the Squadra Azzurra wins their home game against North Macedonia three days earlier, a win is an absolute must for the Ukrainians.

In Group D, Wales and Croatia are engaged in an exciting long-distance duel. The British have the difficult remaining program: on November 18th in Armenia, on November 21st at home against Turkey, who have already qualified. Croatia still has an away game in Latvia and a home game against Armenia ahead of them.

Group E also promises an exciting climax. Third-placed Poland will host the Czech Republic in Warsaw on November 17th . If the “Biało-czerwony” win the home game, one has to hope that the Czechs slip up in the final home game against Moldova.

In Group I the starting situation is particularly explosive. Romania is one point ahead of Switzerland , but one game less. Israel is currently only in third place and is five points behind Romania – although with two games less. Both the international match between Israel and Switzerland (November 15th) and that between Israel and Romania (November 18th) and the final duel between Romania and Switzerland (November 21st) are crucial.

Joker UEFA Nations League: There is still hope

The two teams that finish their group in one of the top two places in the table are qualified for the 2024 European Championship in Germany. But there is still hope for all nations that fail to meet this requirement. The European Championship playoffs begin on March 21, 2024. The twelve strongest group winners from the last Nations League are definitely qualified for this.

These are from path A Croatia, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands – from path B Scotland, Israel, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia – from path C Turkey, Greece, Kazakhstan and Georgia.

Teams that have already qualified for the tournament in Germany through the regular European Championship qualification naturally do not have to take part in the strenuous playoffs. Other teams move up instead.

This means: Although Croatia , Italy , the Netherlands , Israel , Bosnia-Herzegovina , Serbia , Greece , Kazakhstan and Georgia do not have their ticket to the 2024 European Championship secured – they can at least rest on the reassuring feeling of being in the playoffs next March to be able to prove.