Euro 2020 Nations League qualifiers was finally decided last night as most European countries did their best to advanced to the next stage. Some of the countries will be playing play-offs while four countries has already made it through.
Wales were promoted to the Nations League top flight, but Scotland failed to join them and Northern Ireland have been relegated. The four teams that made it through the Euro 2020 Nations League qualifiers to the final are Italy, Belgium, France and Spain. They are all in the next year’s finals. England failed to make it to the final or play-off as they finished third in their group.
Also in the Euro 2020 Nations League qualifiers, two highest-ranking group winners not to secure a spot for the World Cup or play-offs through regular qualifying will earn a play-off place.
Wales earned more points than anybody else in League B, so with all the League, A group winners likely to qualify on their own merits next year, Ryan Giggs‘ side will probably be in the World Cup play-offs.
Winning a group means promotion and finishing bottom of a group in the top two leagues means relegation (League C has relegation play-offs). The finals will take place in October 2021, with Italy expected to host.
The only thing yet to be decided is relegation from Group A4. Ukraine was unable to play their match against Switzerland because they had several positive Covid tests.
How the Euro 2020 Nations League Qualifiers was Decided, Who has finished in the crucial spots?
Qualified for next year’s finals: Italy (A1), Belgium (A2), France (A3), Spain (A4)
Promoted: Austria (B1), Czech Republic (B2), Hungary (B3), Wales (B4), Montenegro (C1), Armenia (C2), Slovenia (C3), Albania (C4), Faroe Islands (D1), Gibraltar (D2)
Relegated: Bosnia-Herzegovina (A1), Iceland (A2), Sweden (A3), Switzerland/Ukraine (A4),* Northern Ireland (B1), Slovakia (B2), Turkey (B3), Bulgaria (B4)
Relegation play-off: Cyprus (C1), Estonia (C2), Moldova (C3), Kazakhstan (C4)