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Euro 2016 Qualifying:
Euro 2016 qualifying matches - fixtures and results.
24 countries will compete in the UEFA European Championship
Finals, to be held in France between 10th June and 10th July, 2016.
Bordeaux, Lens, Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Nice, Paris, Saint-Denis, Saint-Etienne, Toulouse.
As hosts, France qualify automatically, although they will play
'friendly matches' in a qualifying group.
Eight groups of six teams and one of five teams.
The nine group winners, runners-up and the best third-placed side will
qualify directly for the Euro 2016 final tournament.
The eight remaining third-placed teams enter play-offs to determine
the last four qualifiers.
Republic, Iceland, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Netherlands, Turkey.
Bosnia-Herzegovina, Cyprus, Israel, Wales.
Belarus, FYR Macedonia, Luxembourg, Slovakia, Spain, Ukraine.
Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, Poland, Republic of
England, Estonia, Lithuania, San Marino, Slovenia, Switzerland.
Islands, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Northern Ireland, Romania.
Liechtenstein, Moldova, Montenegro, Russia, Sweden.
Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Croatia, Italy, Malta, Norway.
Albania, Armenia, Denmark, France, Portugal, Serbia.
Matchday 1: 7-9 September
Matchday 2: 9-11 October 2014
Matchday 3: 12-14 October 2014
Matchday 4: 14-16 November 2014
Matchday 5: 27-29 March 2015
Matchday 6: 12-14 June 2015
Matchday 7: 3-5 September 2015
Matchday 8: 6-8 September 2015
Matchday 9: 8-10 October 2015
Matchday 10: 11-13 October 2015
First legs: 12-14 November 2015
Second legs: 15-17 November 2015
Follow the football from the major leagues around Europe.
UEFA Champions League - Europa League.
UEFA Champions League 2014-2015: Final in Berlin
Real Madrid (Spain)
FC Basel (Switzerland)
AS Monaco (France)
Bayern Munich (Germany)
CSKA Moskow (Russia)
AS Roma (Italy)
Schalke 04 (Germany)
FC Porto (Portugal)
Athletic Bilbao (Spain)
Europa League 2014-2015: Final in Warsaw
Club Brugge (Belgium)
Tottenham Hotspur (England)
Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia)
PSV Eindhoven (Netherlands)
Dynamo Moscow (Russia)
Inter Milan (Italy)
VfL Wolfsburg (Germany)
Prague (Czech Republic)
Rio Ave (Portugal)
PAOK Salonika (Greece)
KSC Lokeren (Belgium)
Match Reports and Blog Posts.
World Cup hosts and winners.
History of Soccer: The
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