The national women’s football team has risen to 17th place in the UEFA rankings

Seleção nacional de futebol feminino sobe ao 17.º lugar do ranking da UEFA

The Portuguese women’s soccer team moved up to 17th in the UEFA rankings today, the day before they met their opponent in the ‘play-off’ match of their entry into the 2022 European Championship.

After completing the group stage of the tournament scheduled for England from July 06 to 31, 2022, Portugal finished second in Group 6 with six wins, a draw and a defeat (10-2 goals), a multiplier of 28,937 points.

In terms of the final rankings for 2019, the formation of ‘Quinas’ surpassed Wales, Ukraine and the Czech Republic.

These figures include qualifying and final round results for the 2017 European Championship (20% valid), 2019 World Cup (40%) and qualifying results for the next European Championship (40%). 2021 to 2022 due to Kovid-19 pandemic.

Portugal, who lost the 2019 World Cup after beating Romania in the play-offs along with Russia, Northern Ireland, Ukraine and the Czech Republic, are in the ‘play-offs’ for 2022 European access. Republic and Switzerland.

In the UEFA rankings released today, Switzerland (11) and Russia (15) are the only teams to make the play-offs ahead of the formation of Francisco Neto, the Czech Republic (19.), Ukraine (20) and Northern Ireland (27).

In the FIFA rankings, Portugal last updated on December 18, 2020, along with Northern Ireland (49), Switzerland (19), Russia (23), Ukraine (24) and the Czech Republic (27th).

The ‘Play-off’, which will be held without seeds, will take place on Friday at 12:00 local time (11:00 in Lisbon) in Neon, Switzerland, between April 7 and 13 with both hands. Play-offs.

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The final round of the 2022 European Championships will take place in England from July 06 to 31. In addition to the host team, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Spain, Finland, Sweden, France, Belgium, Germany and Iceland have already qualified, as well as Austria.

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