The ten group winners have advanced to the final tournament, with the runners-up confirmed for the play-offs.
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The biggest ever national team efootball tournament is under way, with all 55 UEFA member associations involved in the UEFA eEURO 2020 qualifiers.
Over four Mondays in March the first ten eEURO finalists were decided, with play-offs in April determining the other six teams to contest May's finals.
Who has qualified for the finals?
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Who is in the play-offs?
Play-off Group 1: Austria, Croatia, Finland, Montenegro, Portugal
Play-off Group 2: Denmark, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Spain, Turkey
How qualifying works
Qualifying group stage: The 55 competing countries were divided into ten groups for the online qualifying phase by a draw held in January. Teams played each other twice in a 'home and away' format, with each encounter consisting of two 1-vs-1 matches and the aggregate score deciding the winner. Qualifying matches were played across four Mondays in March. The ten group winners qualified directly for the final tournament.
Qualifying play-offs: The ten group runners-up will compete in a play-off tournament staged over two matchdays to determine the other six finalists. The teams have been split into two groups of five, who play each other twice in a 'home and away' format. Each encounter consists of two 1-vs-1 matches and the aggregate score decides the winner. The top three in each group qualify for the final tournament.
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Qualifying group stage
9 March: Groups A–E MD1
16 March: Groups F–J MD1
23 March: Groups A–E MD2
30 March: Groups F–J MD2
Play-off group stage
20 April: MD1
27 April: MD2
23 and 24 May
Where to watch it
Visit the fixtures and results page to see which games are set to be streamed.
How the finals work
The 16 finalist countries will be drawn into four groups of four, with the top two from each group advancing to the quarter-finals. The group matches will involve a 2-vs-2 competition, best of one.
Games in the knockout stage will be a mixture of 1-vs-1 and 2-vs-2 competition, best of three, except for the final, which will be best of five.eEURO 2020: All you need to know
What prize do the winners get?
A total of €100,000 in cash prizes will be split between the quarter-finalists, including €40,000 for the winners.