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Euro 2020 Finalists Update - Who is Going to the Euro 2020 Finals?
Following the conclusion of the Euro 2020 group qualifiers, we now know 20 of the 24 qualifiers for the finals. The remaining four places will go to the winners of the new play-off system, linked to the UEFA Nations League. The draw for the Euro 2020 finals will be held in Bucharest on 30 November.
These are the 20 known qualifiers and the pots each has been assigned to:
Pot 1: Belgium; Italy (co-host); England (co-host); Germany (co-host); Spain (co-host); Ukraine
Pot 2: France; Poland; Switzerland; Croatia; Netherlands (co-host); Russia (co-host)
Pot 3: Portugal; Turkey; Denmark (co-host); Austria; Sweden; Czech Republic
Pot 4: Wales; Finland; Play-off winners Paths A, B, C and D
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The Euro 2020 Play-Offs
For the remaining four places are split into four separate Leagues (or Paths), each of which will contest single-leg semi-finals and a one-off final in March 2020. The four winners will qualify for Euro 2020.
Path A Semi-final 1: Iceland v Romania Semi-final 2: Bulgaria v Hungary
The winners of the Bulgaria v Hungary semi-final will play the final at home.
Path B Semi-final 1: Bosnia and Herzegovina v Northern Ireland Semi-final 2: Slovakia v Republic of Ireland
The winners of the Bosnia and Herzegovina v Northern Ireland semi-final will play the final at home.
Path C Semi-final 1: Scotland v Israel Semi-final 2: Norway v Serbia
The winners of the Norway v Serbia semi-final will play the final at home.
Path D Semi-final 1: Georgia v Belarus Semi-final 2: North Macedonia v Kosovo
The winners of the Georgia v Belarus semi-final will play the final at home.