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EURO 2024

Which teams have already qualified for Euro 2024?

A Sunday evening victory over Norway secured former champions Spain a ticket to the summer championships in Germany, giving us a G7 to date.

A Sunday evening victory over Norway secured former champions Spain a ticket to the summer championships in Germany, giving us a G7 to date.

With less than a year to go before it all kicks off, the opening game scheduled for 14 June 2024, the upcoming European Championships to be held in Germany already has seven of the 23 participating teams, with the remaining nations set to be determined next March.

The first of these seven is the German national team, which secured its spot as the host nation in 2018 and will be vying for a fourth European Championships title, following victories in 1972, 1980, and 1996.

Read more on how Euro 2024 qualifying works

Teams qualified for Euro 2024

  • Germany
  • Portugal
  • France
  • Belgium
  • Spain
  • Scotland
  • Turkey

Accurate as of 16 October 2023

Joining the host nation, three more teams secured their spots on Friday night.

Les Blues stroll

France, where Didier Deschamps has once again assembled a generation with ample credentials, with Kylian Mbappé and Antoine Griezmann as the leading figures, will once again be one of the favorites to dethrone Italy, going one better than second place in Qatar in the World Cup. They dominated Group B with an iron fist, winning all six of their matches, scoring thirteen goals while conceding only one.

Clasificación Eurocopa 2024

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Francia - GibraltarS-18/11 14:45
Grecia - FranciaT-21/11 14:45

*Data updated to date Oct 16th, 2023

Portugal grow again

Even more impressive was the path to Germany for the new Portugal being steered along by Roberto Martínez. The Spanish manager, who took over from Fernando Santos in January, has seen a dominating force qualify across an almost flawless journey: seven out of seven victories and a goal difference of 25. With nearly two top-class players for each position, an unprecedented emerging talent pool, and an iconic leader who just keeps going. Cristiano Ronaldo knows that this could be the last big tournament to contribute to the national cause.

Clasificación Eurocopa 2024

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Bosnia - PortugalM-16/10 14:45
Liechtenstein - PortugalT-16/11 14:45
Portugal - IslandiaS-19/11 14:45

*Data updated to date Oct 15th, 2023

A newish set of Red Devils

Belgium also secured their spot in the upcoming summer’s European tournament. Domenico Tedesco is currently overseeing a successful transition from that golden generation that ended without a trophy. The Red Devils, now led by Lukaku on the pitch, with Doku and Lukebakio as key players and the likes of Debast and Vermeer spearheading the young revolution, have dominated their qualifying group, Group F, with a single draw against Austria the only blot, and a goal difference of +13. Their challenge, however, remains to translate their brilliance in the earlier stages into success in the finals – an eternal promise.

Clasificación Eurocopa 2024

Full classification
Upcoming matches
Bélgica - SueciaM-16/10 14:45
Bélgica - AzerbaiyánS-19/11 12:00

*Data updated to date Oct 15th, 2023

La Roja and the Tartan Army

Spain raised the number of qualified teams to six on Sunday night. With their 1-0 away victory in Oslo against Norway, they secured their direct ticket to the next European Championships. Furthermore, Spain boasts the second-best goal difference across the groups with a +16. The Spanish victory had the knock-on effect of securing Scotland’s qualification, who had a rest this matchday, but had a perfect record other than the most recent loss in Sevilla.

Clasificación Eurocopa 2024

Full classification
Upcoming matches
Noruega - EspañaS-15/10 14:45
Chipre - EspañaT-16/11 13:00
España - GeorgiaS-19/11 14:45

*Data updated to date Oct 15th, 2023

Turkey completes the exclusive group of teams that have booked their places, after a convincing 4-0 win over Latvia.

Euro 2024: a summary of how the groups stand

Group A

With Spain and Scotland already qualified, all that remains to be seen is which of the two will be the group leader.

Group B

France are there. Meanwhile, Greece and the Netherlands are competing for the other ticket. Greece’s victory over Ireland, combined with the Dutch defeat to the French, gives the 2004 European champions a slight advantage.

Group C

In a rematch of the last continental national team final, England can guarantee their qualification with a victory over Italy in the next matchday. Ukraine and Macedonia will have to wait until the next international break to see if they have any chance

Group D

Turkey has already secured their place in the list of qualifiers, while Croatia seems determined to open it up wide for second place, endangering Luka Modric’s last major international tournament. The team’s two recent losses, to Turkey and Wales, have pushed them down to second place, and they are likely to head to the playoffs.

Group E

Estonia is the only team no longer able to qualify in a highly competitive group where up to four teams are vying for the top two spots: Albania, the Czech Republic, Poland, and Moldova.

Group F

Belgium secured their qualification in Austria, and although Alaba’s team is virtually assured a spot in the next European Championship, Sweden, seven points behind, would need three victories and hope that Rangnick’s team doesn’t earn more than one point. Unlikely.

Group G

Hungary and Serbia have a clear path to qualification if they win their next two matches. Their direct encounter will be decisive, while Montenegro, in third place, remains in with a chance.

Group H

In the first group with six teams, Denmark and Slovenia, co-leaders, are on the verge of qualification, needing to earn six points from the remaining nine. However, they will have to wait until the next international break to confirm it.

Group I

The two spots appear to be heading to Switzerland, Romania, and Israel. However, the cancellation of the match between the Israeli national team and Switzerland, the third and first teams, due to the conflict means that there will be no teams qualified in this round.

Group J

Portugal’s dominant performance under Roberto Martínez left no chance for their rivals. Thus, Slovakia, Luxembourg, Bosnia, and Iceland are competing for the second spot.