Russia, Croatia, Italy, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Azerbaijan have moved on to a perfect nine points as March's fixtures continue.
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For the first time, UEFA Futsal EURO qualifying includes a qualifying group stage with the eight four-team sections played home and away until April.
The eight group winners and the six best runners-up join hosts the Netherlands in the finals from 9 January to 6 February 2022, with the remaining two runners-up to play off for the other berth from 14–17 November 2021.
- Group standings
- Confirmed in top two of group: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Group 1: Croatia, Ukraine, Denmark, Albania
- A win for Croatia on Sunday would ensure a top-two finish.
7 March: Ukraine vs Croatia
Group 2: Russia, Georgia, France, Armenia
- Russia will seal a top-two finish if they beat France on Tuesday and would then qualify if Georgia fail to beat Armenia on Wednesday.
Group 3: Azerbaijan, Slovakia, Moldova, Greece
- If Slovakia do not win in Greece on Sunday, Azerbaijan could qualify on Tuesday with victory in Moldova. If Slovakia do win, an Azerbaijan victory would clinch at least a top-two finish.
Group 4: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Romania, North Macedonia, Serbia
- Bosnia and Herzegovina are confirmed in the top two and will reach their first finals with victory in any of ther remaining games.
5 March: Serbia 1-1 North Macedonia
4 March: Romania 2-3 Bosnia and Herzegovina
3 February: Serbia 2-4 Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia 2-2 Romania
28 January: Romania 2-2 Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina 2-1 North Macedonia
Group 5: Kazakhstan, Belarus, Israel, Hungary
Group 6: Spain, Slovenia, Latvia, Switzerland
Group 7: Italy, Belgium, Montenegro, Finland
- If Montenegro do not beat Finland on Monday, Italy will qualify with victory against Belgium on Tuesday.
Group 8: Czech Republic, Portugal (holders), Poland, NorwayUEFA Futsal Coach app
- The finals have now expanded to 16 teams and are played every four years rather than every two
- Portugal aim to defend the title they won for the first time in Slovenia in 2018
- Spain have won seven titles (including the initial 1996 tournament before Futsal EURO gained championship status in 1999)
- Two-time champions Italy and 1999 winners Russia, along with Spain, have played in every final tournament
- Hoping to earn a finals debut: Albania, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Denmark, Finland, Georgia, Greece, Israel, Latvia, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Norway, Slovakia, Switzerland
- Czech Republic, Kazakhstan, Portugal, Russia, Serbia and Spain along with hosts Lithuania will compete at the 2021 FIFA Futsal World Cup from 12 September to 3 October.
Eighth-ranked runner-up vs Seventh-ranked runner-up
- Two-legged tie from 14–17 November 2021.
- The teams who competed in the FIFA Futsal World Cup elite round: Azerbaijan, Belarus, Croatia, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Italy, Kazakhstan, Portugal (holders), Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Ukraine
- The nine qualifying round group winners: Albania, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Hungary, Latvia, Moldova, Norway, Poland
- The seven qualifying round play-off winners: Armenia, Denmark, Greece, Israel, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Switzerland