Find the latest Euro 2020 qualifying betting tips, predictions, match previews and news as 55 teams battle for 24 places in next summers tournament, being held in 12 cities around Europe in recognition of the 60th anniversary of the European Championships.
For the first time, the European Championships qualifying campaign will link in with another tournament, the UEFA Nations League, to give countries another way of getting into one of the 24 final places. It will also be the first time since 1976 that no nation will automatically qualify for the tournament as the host country.
See the latest match previews with betting tips for the upcoming Euro 2020 qualifying matches this week. We will have predictions for each of the Euro 2020 qualifying fixtures including matches with the home nations.
There are 55 nations taking part in qualifying for the tournament next summer, with Kosovo participating for the very first time. The nations have been split into 10 groups – five contain five teams and five contain six teams. The seeding was based on the overall ranking of the 2018-19 Nations League. The four Nations League semi-finalists (England, Switzerland, Portugal and Netherlands) were guaranteed to be drawn in a group of five teams, allowing them to play their semi-finals in summer 2019.
The top two teams from each group qualify for Euro 2020.
Once the group stages have finished, there will be 20 teams qualified and four spaces remaining – these will be decided by the play-offs. These teams will not be the highest placed group losers as in previous years, but the 16 best performing teams from the Nations League, they will be divided into four paths, the winner of each path will get one of the remaining places at Euro 2020. Each path will have a two legged semi-final and a one legged final.
Group A: England, Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Kosovo.
Group B: Portugal, Ukraine, Serbia, Lithuania, Luxembourg.
Group C: Netherlands, Germany, Northern Ireland, Estonia, Belarus.
Group D: Switzerland, Denmark, Republic of Ireland, Georgia, Gibraltar.
Group E: Croatia, Wales, Slovakia, Hungary, Azerbaijan.
Group F: Spain, Sweden, Norway, Romania, Faroe Islands, Malta.
Group G: Poland, Austria, Israel, Slovenia, Macedonia, Latvia.
Group H: France, Iceland, Turkey, Albania, Moldova, Andorra.
Group I: Belgium, Russia, Scotland, Cyprus, Kazakhstan, San Marino.
Group J: Italy, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Finland, Greece, Armenia, Liechtenstein.
There is no ‘host’ for Euro 2020, instead there are 12 host cities in 12 different countries. A few other nations were rejected when they put a bid in to host matches including Wales, where the Millenium Stadium missed out.
The 12 host cities will all host three group stage matches and at least one game from the last 16 or quarter finals. London’s Wembley Stadium will host both the semi-finals and the final.
Munich, Baku, Saint Petersburg and Rome will host the four quarter final matches.
London Copenhagen, Bucharest, Amsterdam, Dublin, Bilbao, Budapest and Glasgow will host the last 16 matches.
Wembley Stadium – London, England
Allianz Arena – Munich, Germany
Stadio Olimpico – Rome, Italy
Olympic Stadium – Baku, Azerbaijan
Kretovsky Stadium – Moscow, Russia
Arena National – Bucharest, Romania
Johan Cruyff Arena – Amerstam, Netherlands
Aviva Stadium – Dublin, Ireland
San Mames – Bilbao, Spain
Ferenc Puskas Stadium – Budapest, Hungary
Hampden Park – Glasgow, Scotland
Parken Stadium – Copenhagen, Denmark