The Executive Office of the European Union (UEFA) announced the rules for the Euro 2024 qualifiers to be held in Germany, and the most prominent decision came to exclude Russia from the qualifiers, and to set the date of the draw.
The tournament will start from June 14 to July 14, 2024 and include 24 European teams.
- The draw for Euro 2024 will be held in Frankfurt, Germany, on October 9.
- Germany qualifies directly to Euro 2024 and thus will not be included in the tournament draw.
- Based on the exclusion of all Russian teams from European Union competitions after the decision of the Sports Jury, the Russian national team was excluded from the Euro 2024 qualifiers.
- 53 teams will be divided into 10 groups, (7 groups of 5 teams – 3 groups of 6 teams)
- The first and second places of each group qualify for Euro 2024 final, with 3 places remaining to be decided by the play-off in March 2024.
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Main agenda points:
The draw for the 2024 European Nations Cup qualifiers
– European Futsal Championship 2022/23 U19 – Appointment of hosts
– Updates from various UEFA committees
– UEFA (UEFA) September 20 2022
The opening match will be played at the Allianz Arena in Munich on 14 June 2024.
The final will be held at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin on July 14, 2024.
The tournament matches will be held in 10 different stadiums in the cities of Berlin, Hamburg, Leipzig, Dortmund, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Cologne, Gelsenkirchen, Munich and Stuttgart.
The matches of each group will be played in two different groups of stadiums, reducing the travel distance between teams and fans.
Teams traveling by train or bus from their base camps to the match venues are preferred during the group stage.
Euro 2024 will be the 17th edition in the history of the tournament.
This will be the second time that Germany will host the tournament after Euro 1988, which the Netherlands won the title.
Italy won the Euro 2020 title by defeating England on penalties in the final, which was held at Wembley Stadium.
Spain and Germany are the most crowned teams with 3 titles for each team, followed by Italy and France with two titles for each team.
While Russia, the Czech Republic, Portugal, the Netherlands, Denmark and Greece won the title only once.