Euro 2016 – Those qualified as it stands

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THE 2016 European Football Championship in France will feature, for the first time ever, 24 teams.

France, as host nation, qualifies automatically. Those who would qualify as group winners and runners-up, after eight of 10 matchdays, are:

Group

Leaders

Second-place

A

Iceland

Czech Republic

B

Wales

Belgium

C

Spain

Slovakia

D

Germany

Poland

E

England

Switzerland

F

Northern Ireland

Romania

G

Austria

Russia

H

Italy

Norway

I

Portugal

Denmark

Best third-placed team

Ukraine (8)

Countries in bold have qualified.

Countries in bold italics have assured at least a Play-Off place.

Nations that would play in the Play-Offs between the other eight thrid-placed teams are:

  • Croatia (8).
  • Hungary (8).
  • Albania (6).
  • Republic of Ireland (8).
  • Sweden (8).
  • Slovenia (8).
  • Israel (8).
  • Turkey (8).

Numbers in brackets indicate how many of their eight matches against sides currently first, third, fourth and fifth in their respective groups have been played. The teams are seeded for the play-off draw according to the U.E.F.A. national team coefficient rankings updated after the completion of the group stage.

The final two group matchdays (nine and 10) will take place from 8th-10th and 11th-13th October 2015 respectively.

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