Euro 2020 takes place between June 12 and July 12, 2020. Dublin, Glasgow and London among 12 Euro 2020 hosts for 24-team tournament.
Qualifying is coming to an end this November and we look to see how the home nations are faring…
Who has already qualified?
Russia, Belgium, Italy, Ukraine, Poland, Spain.
England top their group and will qualify with a draw at home to Montenegro on 14 November, or if Kosovo lose to the Czech Republic on the same night. England complete their campaign in Kosovo on 17 November.
Northern Ireland fell out of the automatic qualification spots after a 3-1 defeat by the Netherlands. Michael O’Neill’s side host the Netherlands then go to Germany in their final two games in November. They sit 3 points behind both Netherlands and Germany so everything to play for. If they do fail to make automatic qualification, Northern Ireland may still have a shot at qualifying through the play-offs.
Wales will be eliminated if they lose in Azerbaijan on 16 November since they are 4 points behind the automatic qualification places. They finish their campaign against Hungary on 19 November.
Scotland have no chance of taking an automatic qualifying spot but they are guaranteed a play-off place next March thanks to the Nations League.
When is the Euro 2020 draw?
The draw for the finals will take place in Bucharest on November 30 with the 24 qualifying teams to be drawn into six groups of four. At this point in November, the four final spots – set to be decided in March 2020’s play-offs – will not be known, but they will still be drawn into a group.
Euro 2020 fantasy football and prediction games
With the qualifying already well underway it is never too soon to start thinking about how a branded fantasy football or prediction game could be great for your company’s customer engagement or employee engagement.
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