The UEFA Euro 2024 qualifying tournament is in full swing, running from March 2023 to March 2024, with the mission of determining the 23 national teams that will earn their spot in the final tournament, alongside the host team, Germany. Here you will get the UEFA European Championship 2024 Qualifying Schedule, Fixtures, Standing Table, and Top Scorers all you need to know.
This qualification process is closely linked to the 2022–23 UEFA Nations League, offering an alternative route for countries to secure their place in this prestigious event. A total of 53 UEFA member associations have entered this rigorous qualification process.
UEFA European Championship 2024 Qualifying Schedule
The UEFA Euro 2024 qualifying competition features a comprehensive schedule designed to accommodate matches for 53 UEFA member associations. Here’s an overview of the key dates and matches in this exciting journey
To kick things off, the draw for the qualifying group stage was held on October 9, 2022, at the Festhalle in Frankfurt. This stage features ten groups, with seven groups comprised of five teams and the remaining three housing six teams.
March 2023: The UEFA Euro 2024 qualifying tournament kicks off with the first matchday.
June 2023: Matchdays 2 and 3 take place, setting the early tone for the competition.
September 2023: Teams meet for matchdays 4 and 5, providing a mid-competition assessment.
October 2023: Matchdays 6 and 7 arrive, with teams striving to solidify their positions.
November 2023: The competition heats up with matchdays 8 and 9, featuring crucial clashes.
December 2023: A brief break before the final push.
March 2024: The UEFA Euro 2024 qualifying tournament concludes with matchdays 10 and 11.
MATCHDAY 8 – Thursday, 16 November 2023
- Group A: Georgia vs. Scotland (18:00), Cyprus vs. Spain (19:00)
- Group F: Azerbaijan vs. Sweden (18:00), Estonia vs. Austria (18:00)
- Group G: Bulgaria vs. Hungary, Montenegro vs. Lithuania
- Group J: Liechtenstein vs. Portugal, Luxembourg vs. Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovakia vs. Iceland
(Continued on Matchday 9)
MATCHDAY 9 – Sunday, 19 November 2023
- Group A: Scotland vs. Norway, Spain vs. Georgia
- Group F: Belgium vs. Azerbaijan (18:00), Sweden vs. Estonia (18:00)
- Group G: Hungary vs. Montenegro (15:00), Serbia vs. Bulgaria (15:00)
- Group J: Bosnia and Herzegovina vs. Slovakia, Liechtenstein vs. Luxembourg, Portugal vs. Iceland
(Continued on Play-off Match Dates)
Play-off Match Dates – 21 March 2024
- Play-off Semi-finals
Play-off Match Dates – 26 March 2024
- Play-off Finals
Final event Dates
• 14 June 2024 UEFA Euro 2024 Opener
• 14 July 2024 UEFA Euro 2024 Final
Germany had the privilege of securing their spot as the host nation way back in 2018. They bring their rich history in the tournament, with 13 previous appearances, to the table. Topping Group F, Belgium’s consistent performance secured their place, marking their 6th appearance in the Euro. Group B witnessed France’s triumph, ensuring their 10th appearance in the Euro.
Emerging as the leaders in Group J, Portugal earned their ticket to their 8th Euro tournament. Spain finished in the top two of Group A, making their 11th appearance in the competition. Scotland, also among the top two in Group A, will be making their 3rd appearance in the Euro.
Group D saw Turkey’s success, securing their 5th appearance in the competition. Like Belgium, Austria’s strong performance in Group F will lead them to their 3rd Euro. Topping Group C, England earned their 10th Euro appearance.
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|42||J||Bosnia and Herzegovina||6||1||0||5||3|
With more thrilling matches and unforgettable moments to come. Football fans, get ready for a spectacular showdown in the making!
The journey to UEFA Euro 2024 continues. Here are the top goal scorers listed in order of the number of goals they have scored.
|Belgium Romelu Lukaku||10|
|Portugal Cristiano Ronaldo||9|
|Denmark Rasmus Højlund||7|
|England Harry Kane||7|
|France Kylian Mbappé||6|
|Norway Erling Haaland||6|
|Scotland Scott McTominay||6|
|Switzerland Zeki Amdouni||6|
|Greece Georgios Masouras||5|
|Portugal Bruno Fernandes||5|
|Serbia Aleksandar Mitrović||5|
|Austria Marcel Sabitzer||4|
|England Bukayo Saka||4|
|Hungary Barnabás Varga||4|
|Kazakhstan Bakhtiyar Zaynutdinov||4|
|Moldova Ion Nicolaescu||4|
|Slovenia Benjamin Šeško||4|
|Spain Álvaro Morata||4|