England’s UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying Group

England get their UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying campaign underway next week, going on a tour of Eastern Europe after being drawn against the likes of Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Kosovo and Montenegro. Read below for information on how England can qualify for UEFA Euro 2020, guides to each of the venues, matches and how you can get tickets.

How do England qualify for UEFA Euro 2020?

The top two teams from Group A will qualify for the UEFA Euro 2020 finals. If England do not qualify through their group, they are assured of a play-off spot based on their performance in the UEFA Nations League.

Guides to the Match Venues

England are due to play at the following venues, click below for guides to each of them:

Wembley Stadium, London (v Czech Republic, 22/03/2019 , v Bulgaria, 07/09/2019 & v Montenegro, 14/11/2019)

St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton (v Kosovo, 10/09/2019)

City Stadium, Podgorica (v Montenegro, 25/03/2019)

Sinobo Stadium, Prague (v Czech Republic, 11/10/2019)

Vasil Levski National Stadium, Sofia (v Bulgaria, 14/10/2019)

Fadil Vokrri Stadium, Pristina (v Kosovo, 17/10/2019)

England Group A Fixtures

22/03/2019 (18:00) – England 5-0 Czech Republic (Wembley Stadium, London)

25/03/2019 (19:45) – Montenegro 1-5 England (City Stadium, Podgorica)

07/09/2019 (17:00) – England 4-0 Bulgaria (Wembley Stadium, London)

10/09/2019 (19:45) – England 5-3 Kosovo (St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton)

11/10/2019 (19:45) – Czech Republic 2-1 England (Sinobo Stadium, Prague)

14/10/2019 (19:45) – Bulgaria 0-6 England (Vasil Levski National Stadium, Sofia)

14/11/2019 (19:45) – England v Montenegro (Wembley Stadium, London)

17/11/2019 (17:00) – Kosovo v England (Fadil Vokrri Stadium, Pristina)

All times are GMT.

How do I get tickets?

All tickets will be available through the official FA website here.

Generally home tickets should be easy enough to purchase through the General Sale, however away tickets could prove trickier. Ticket numbers will be limited, with priority going to those with the highest number of ‘caps’ (been to the most amount of matches).

Last Updated on December 31, 2020 by Sports Tourist

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