EURO M21, September play-offs, Croatia-Denmark, Slovakia-Ukraine, Ireland-Israel, Iceland-Czech Republic | Under 21 years of age

EURO M21, September play-offs, Croatia-Denmark, Slovakia-Ukraine, Ireland-Israel, Iceland-Czech Republic |  Under 21 years of age

The UEFA European Under-21 Championship play-offs take place on Friday and Tuesday, with the last four tickets for the 2023 finals in Romania and Georgia being handed out.

The nine group winners and the best runner-up (regardless of results against the sixth-placed teams) qualify for the final tournament, which will be held from 21 June to 8 July 2023 alongside co-hosts Georgia and Romania. Eight other runners-up are vying for the remaining four tickets.

  • In 2002, the Czech Republic were champions.
  • Ukraine was a finalist in 2006.
  • Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark and Iceland participated in the 2021 final.
  • Ireland are playing in the play-offs for the first time and could become only the second country to play in the finals in 2023, along with Georgia.
pretenders

Departure: Friday 23 September

Slovakia 3-2 Ukraine
Croatia 2-1 Denmark
Iceland 1-2 Czech Republic
Republic of Ireland 1-1 Israel

Return: Tuesday 27 September

Ukraine v Slovakia (5:30pm)
Denmark v Croatia (6pm)
Czech Republic v Iceland (6pm)
Israel v Republic of Ireland (7:15pm)

HEC Time Tables.

They are in the final stage

Germany (title holders), England, Belgium, Spain, France, Georgia (hosts), Italy, Norway, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania (hosts), Switzerland (best runners-up)

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