UEFA Euro 2024 Qualifying Fixtures

Get ready to mark your calendars for the biggest football event of 2024! The UEFA Euro 2024 Qualifying Fixtures and calendar have just been released, and fans worldwide are excitedly buzzing. With 55 national teams competing for a spot in the tournament, this promises to be an unforgettable journey filled with thrilling matches and nail-biting moments. So grab your jersey, wave your flag, and join us as we dive into all the details of this epic qualification process. Are you ready? Let’s go!

UEFA Euro 2024 Qualifying Calendar

Qualifying Stage Matchday: Dates
 Group stage Day 1 23–25 Mar 2023
Day 2 26–28 Mar 2023
Day 3 16–17 June 2023
Day 4 19–20 June 2023
Day 5 7–9 Sept 2023
Day 6 10–12 Sept 2023
Day 7 12–14 Oct 2023
Day 8 15–17 Oct 2023
Day 9 16–18 Nov 2023
Day 10 19–21 Nov 2023
Play-Offs Semi-Finals 21 March 2024
Finals 26 March 2024

UEFA Euro 2024 Qualifying Groups Standings Table

Qualification Group A

Qualification Group B

Qualification Group C

Qualification Group D

Qualification Group E

Qualification Group F

Qualification Group G

Qualification Group H

Qualification Group I

Qualification Group J

UEFA Euro 2024 Qualifying Fixtures

Friday 16 June 2023:

UEFA Euro 2024 Qualifying Fixtures

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About UEFA Euro 2024

The UEFA Euro 2024 is set to be one of the most thrilling editions of the tournament to date. The competition will take place across ten different cities in Germany, with a total of 24 teams competing for the coveted trophy.

One of the unique aspects of this year’s tournament is that it will be hosted by multiple countries, allowing fans from all over Europe to experience top-level football in person. From Berlin to Munich and beyond, each host city promises an exciting atmosphere filled with passionate supporters.

But hosting duties aside, what can we expect from the actual football on display? With so many talented teams vying for glory, there’s sure to be plenty of drama and excitement throughout the tournament. Whether it’s seasoned veterans like Spain and Italy or up-and-coming sides like Belgium and England, every team will have their eyes firmly fixed on lifting that trophy come July 2024.

As always with major international tournaments, there are bound to be surprises along the way. Who knows which underdog team might rise up and shock us all? One thing’s for sure though – no matter who comes out on top at Euro 2024, it promises to be an unforgettable few weeks of football action!

Criteria for overall ranking

The criteria for the overall ranking in UEFA Euro 2024 is a crucial aspect of the tournament. The teams that perform better during the qualifying fixtures will have a higher chance of being ranked higher and potentially advancing to the knockout stage.

UEFA uses several factors when determining a team’s overall ranking, including their total number of points, goal difference, goals scored, away goals scored, and head-to-head results against other teams. These factors are used in combination to create an accurate representation of each team’s performance throughout the qualification process.

However, if two or more teams have equal points after all games played within their group at this stage then several tiebreakers come into play when deciding who finishes on top of the group rankings.

It’s important to note that while overall ranking is significant for advancement in the tournament, it doesn’t guarantee success in later stages as anything can happen during matches. Nonetheless, strong performances during qualifying fixtures will undoubtedly give teams a boost heading into UEFA Euro 2024.

Tiebreakers for group ranking

When teams finish the group stage with the same number of points, it is important to determine their positions in the ranking. This is where tiebreakers come into play.

The first criterion used for breaking ties is head-to-head results between the tied teams. If two or more teams have played each other, their position will be determined by the total score from those matches. If still level on points, away goals will count double.

If there are three or more teams involved in a tiebreaker situation and they haven’t all played against each other, then goal difference in all group matches becomes crucial.

If this does not separate them either, then goals scored in all group matches will come into place before disciplinary records (yellow cards = one point; red cards = three points; yellow/red card= four points) are considered as a last resort to break any remaining deadlock.

It’s worth noting that these criteria only apply to determining rankings within groups and may differ if multiple teams across different groups require further separation.

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