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What is the UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying tournament?

What is the UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying tournament?

The UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying tournament was a football competition that was played from September 2014 to November 2015 to determine the 23 UEFA member men’s national teams joining the automatically qualified host team France in the UEFA Euro 2016 final tournament.

Who are the teams in the Euro 2020 qualifying groups?

UEFA stated that nations with the largest markets in terms of contribution to the European Qualifiers revenue would be drawn into one of the groups containing six teams. They include England, Spain, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands.

What percentage of points do you need to qualify for Euro 2016?

40% of the average ranking points per game earned in the UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying group stage. 40% of the average ranking points per game earned in the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying stage and final tournament. 20% of the average ranking points per game earned in the UEFA Euro 2012 qualifying stage and final tournament.

What does Euro 2016 stand for?

The 2016 UEFA European Football Championship, commonly referred to as UEFA Euro 2016 or simply Euro 2016, was the 15th UEFA European Championship, the quadrennial international men’s football championship of Europe organised by UEFA. It was held in France from 10 June to 10 July 2016.

How did Sweden qualify for the Euro 2016?

Sweden won 4–3 on aggregate and qualified for UEFA Euro 2016. Republic of Ireland won 3–1 on aggregate and qualified for UEFA Euro 2016. Hungary won 3–1 on aggregate and qualified for UEFA Euro 2016. There were 19 goals scored in 8 matches, for an average of 2.38 goals per match.

What group is France in at the 2016 European Under-21 Championship?

France (Coeff: 30,992; Rank: 11) were partnered with the five-team Group I, which enabled the 2016 tournament hosts to play friendlies against these countries on their ‘spare’ dates. These friendlies did not count in the qualifying group standings. The seeding pots were announced on 24 January 2014.