UEFA Women's EURO 2013 preliminary round group hosts Malta and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia have discovered their opposition after the draw was made in Nyon.
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UEFA Women's EURO 2013 preliminary round mini-tournament hosts Malta and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia have discovered their opposition after the draw was made in Nyon today.
FYROM will welcome Luxembourg, Lithuania and Latvia in Group 1 while Malta will host the Faroe Islands, Georgia and Armenia in Group 2 from 3 to 8 March 2011. The two group winners progress to join the 36 entrants with the highest coefficients in the main qualifying round draw on 14 March.
That stage, with four groups of five teams and three of six, will run from September 2011 to September 2012. The group winners and best runners-up will join hosts Sweden in the finals from 10 to 28 July 2013 along with the victors in three two-legged play-offs held between the other second-placed teams in October 2012.
Preliminary round draw
Group 1: Luxembourg, Lithuania, Latvia, Former Yugoslav Republic Of Macedonia*
Group 2: Faroe Islands, Georgia, Armenia, Malta*