Serbia and Belarus will play off over two legs in November for the last finals spot.
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Serbia and Belarus will play off over two legs between 14 and 17 November for the last place at UEFA Futsal EURO 2022 in the Netherlands.
While the eight group winners and six best runners-up from the qualifying group stage automatically earned their spots in the finals from 19 January to 6 February, the other two teams that finished second now take each other on for the right to join them.
Serbia, who had the eighth-best record, will be at home in the first leg as decided by a draw made when the qualifying groups were set. The finals draw is made ahead of the play-off on 18 October.
Already qualified: Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Finland, Georgia, Italy, Kazakhstan, Netherlands (hosts), Poland, Portugal (holders), Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Ukraine
How they reached the play-off: Qualifying group stage Group 5 runners-up (W3 D0 L3 F26 A15)
Previous play-offs: EURO 2016, L2-3agg vs Czech Republic; 2016 World Cup, L3-6agg vs Russia; 2012 World Cup, L2-11agg vs Portugal; 2008 World Cup, L2-6agg vs Russia; 2004 World Cup, L2-7agg vs Ukraine
Futsal EURO best: Group stage (2010)
Futsal EURO 2018: Did not qualify
- In their 2016 play-off with Czech Republic, Belarus equalised with three seconds left of the home second leg but had already lost 2-1 away.
- In 2010 they lost their debut finals game 9-1 to Spain – but then held eventual runners-up Portugal 5-5 with a last-gasp equaliser.
How they reached the play-off: Qualifying group stage Group 4 runners-up (W2 D3 L1 F18 A13)
Previous play-offs: EURO 2018, W8-7agg vs Czech Republic; EURO 2014, L3-9agg vs Romania; 2020 World Cup, W6-5agg vs Finland; 2016 World Cup, L2-4agg vs Portugal; 2012 World Cup, W6-2agg vs Hungary
Futsal EURO best: Fourth place (2016)
Futsal EURO 2018: Quarter-finals
- Serbia showed their play-off prowess last December with a 5-5 draw in Finland to take them to the FIFA Futsal World Cup, having won 1-0 at home.
- As hosts in 2016, all five of their games sold out the 11,161-capacity Arena Belgrade, with a total competition attendance of 113,820.