Spain, Finland, Ukraine, North Macedonia, Estonia
Germany, Kazakhstan, Bulgaria, Poland, Latvia
Croatia, Turkey, Sweden, San Marino, Cyprus
Austria, Montenegro, Slovenia, Kosovo, Andorra
Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Russia, Armenia, Malta
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Israel, Lithuania, Belgium, Faroe Islands, Republic of Eire, Switzerland
Romania, Luxembourg, Slovakia, Hungary, Liechtenstein, Gibraltar
Italy, Portugal, Moldova, England, Iceland, Northern Eire
France, Denmark, Albania, Norway, Azerbaijan, Wales
Netherlands, Greece, Belarus, Scotland, Czech Republic, Georgia
How the draw labored
The draw occurred on Monday 8 February. The 55 taking part nationwide groups have been divided into ten teams of both 5 or 6 groups for the following part of the competitors, which will probably be contested throughout 4 matchdays:
eEURO 2021: key dates
How the competitors works
Each nation performs two matches every (1-vs-1) towards the opposite nations of their group; factors from each matches will probably be added to the group desk. The ten group winners qualify instantly for the ultimate match scheduled to happen in London on 9 and 10 July. The ten runners-up participate in a play-off match on 10 and 17 Might to find out the opposite six finalists.
What’s UEFA eEURO 2021?
The second version of a national-team efootball competitors that includes all 55 UEFA nationwide associations and involving a qualification part and a closing match. Players compete solely on KONAMI’s eFootball PES 2021 Season Replace on Ps 4. Italy received the inaugural competitors.
What does the winner get?
A complete of €100,000 in money prizes will probably be break up between all of the finalists, together with €40,000 for the winners.