The draw will split the contenders into four groups of four for the first 16-team finals.
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The Netherlands will host UEFA Futsal EURO from 19 January to 6 February 2022, the first edition since the switch from the biennial 12-team tournament to a 16-nation finals held every four years.
The draw will split the hosts and 15 qualifiers into four groups of four with the procedure, date and location to be confirmed.
Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Finland, Georgia, Italy, Kazakhstan, Netherlands (hosts), Poland, Portugal (holders), Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Ukraine (1 tbc from play-off)
Play-off (14 to 17 November)
Serbia vs Belarus
The top two in each group will progress to the knockout phase starting with the quarter-finals. The below schedule is provisional; the final calendar will be confirmed after the draw is made.
Wednesday 19 January
A2 vs A4 & A1 vs A3 (Amsterdam)
Thursday 20 January
B2 vs B4 & B1 vs B3 (Groningen)
Friday 21 January
C2 vs C4 & C1 vs C3 (Amsterdam)
Saturday 22 January
D2 vs D4 & D1 vs D3 (Groningen)
Sunday 23 January
A2 vs A3 & A4 vs A1 (Amsterdam)
Monday 24 January
B2 vs B3 & B4 vs B1 (Groningen)
Tuesday 25 January
C2 vs C3 & C4 vs C1 (Amsterdam)
Wednesday 26 January
D2 vs D3 & D4 vs D1 (Groningen)
Friday 28 January
B3 vs B4 & A1 vs A2 (Amsterdam)
B1 vs B2 & A3 vs A4 (Groningen)
Saturday 29 January
C1 vs C2 & D3 vs D4 (Amsterdam)
C3 vs C4 & D1 vs D2 (Groningen)
Monday 31 January
QF1: Winner Group B vs Runner-up Group A (Amsterdam)
QF2: Winner Group A vS Runner-up Group B (Amsterdam)
Tuesday 1 February
QF3: Winner Group C vs Runner-up Group D (Amsterdam)
QF4: Winner Group D vs Runner-up Group C (Amsterdam)
Friday 4 February
SF1: Winner QF2 vs QF4 (Amsterdam)
SF2: Winner QF1 vs Winner QF3 (Amsterdam)
Sunday 6 February
Third-place match: Loser SF1 vs Loser SF2 (Amsterdam)
Final: Winner SF1 vs Winner SF2 (Amsterdam)
Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam: Group stage, knockouts
The 10,500-seater arena opened in 2012 and as well as staging major indoor sports it is a leading concert venue.
MartiniPlaza,Groningen: Group stage
The 3,900-seater arena opened in 1989 and was expanded in 2000. It has staged major tennis and basketball events as well as concerts and exhibitions. It is the home of the Donar basketball team.