Czech Republic 2017

The Czech Republic will host the 2017 final tournament next May, with 45 teams aiming for seven places from qualifying.

Czech Republic 2017
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  • The Czech Republic will host the 2017 final tournament next May, with 45 teams aiming for seven places from qualifying.

Qualifying round draw
Group 1 (20–25 September):
Switzerland, Denmark, Slovakia, Israel*

Group 2 (6–11 October): Sweden, Greece*, Montenegro, Malta

Group 3 (8–13 October): Poland, Hungary*, Azerbaijan, Estonia

Group 4 (21–26 October): Norway, Netherlands, Bulgaria, Moldova*

Group 5 (26–31 October): Italy, Finland, Portugal*, Georgia

Group 6 (10–15 October): France, Scotland*, Croatia, Kazakhstan

Group 7 (2–7 October): Germany, Turkey, Wales, Latvia*

Group 8 (24–29 October): England, Russia, Slovenia, Lithuania*

Group 9 (26 September–1 October): Belgium, Serbia*, Romania, Ukraine

Group 10 (26–31 October): Republic of Ireland*, Iceland, Belarus, Faroe Islands

Group 11 (30 September–5 October): Austria, Northern Ireland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, FYR Macedonia*

*Hosts

Bye to elite round: Spain

Bye to final tournament: Czech Republic (hosts)

The top two in each group and the third-placed team with the best record against the leading pair in their section accompany top seeds Spain into the 24-team elite round.

Seven countries will join the Czech Republic in the fourth final tournament since the expansion to eight teams in May 2017, following the finals in England, Iceland and Belarus.

Malta are entering this competition for the first time.

Road to the Czech Republic
Qualifying round: 26 September31 October 2016
Elite round draw: 11 November 2016
Elite round: spring 2017
Final tournament draw: tbc
Final tournament: 214 May 2017, Czech Republic

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