The UEFA eEURO 2021 draw has been made, with all 55 UEFA national associations involved.
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Spain, Finland, Ukraine, North Macedonia, Estonia
Germany, Kazakhstan, Bulgaria, Poland, Latvia
Croatia, Turkey, Sweden, San Marino, Cyprus
Austria, Montenegro, Slovenia, Kosovo, Andorra
Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Russia, Armenia, MaltaeEURO 2021: All you need to know
Israel, Lithuania, Belgium, Faroe Islands, Republic of Ireland, Switzerland
Romania, Luxembourg, Slovakia, Hungary, Liechtenstein, Gibraltar (subsequently withdrew)
Italy, Portugal, Moldova, England, Iceland, Northern Ireland
France, Denmark, Albania, Norway, Azerbaijan, Wales
Netherlands, Greece, Belarus, Scotland, Czech Republic, Georgia
How the draw worked
The draw took place on Monday 8 February. The 55 participating national teams were divided into ten groups of either five or six teams for the next phase of the competition, which will be contested across four matchdays:
How the competition works
Every country plays two matches each (1-vs-1) against the other nations in their group; points from both matches will be added to the group table. The ten group winners qualify directly for the final tournament scheduled to take place in London on 9 and 10 July. The ten runners-up take part in a play-off tournament on 10 and 17 May to determine the other six finalists.
What is UEFA eEURO 2021?
The second edition of a national-team efootball competition featuring all 55 UEFA national associations and involving a qualification phase and a final tournament. Gamers compete exclusively on KONAMI's eFootball PES 2021 Season Update on Playstation 4. Italy won the inaugural competition.
What does the winner get?
A total of €100,000 in cash prizes will be split between all the finalists, including €40,000 for the winners.