On November 17th, Beijing time, the Qatar World Cup qualifiers ended in the final round of the European competition. Ten teams from Germany, Denmark, Belgium, France, Croatia, Spain, Serbia, England, Switzerland, and the Netherlands passed the World Cup first in their group. The 12 teams participating in the World Preliminary European Play-offs have also been released. 10 teams are second + 2 teams that have obtained the places through the European League. These 12 teams will compete for 3 qualifying places.
A total of 12 teams participated in the European World Preliminary qualifiers. They were second in the group from 10 World Preliminary European qualifiers, and 2 teams that got the places through the UEFA Europa League. The 12 teams are divided into 6 seeded teams and 6 non-seeded teams. They will be divided into 3 groups and 4 teams. After the draw, they will fight in pairs. The team that wins in the semi-finals enters the play-off finals and passes through a single game. In the form of elimination system, each group will determine 1 place for the World Cup. Among them, the 6 teams with better results in the World Preliminary European group stage are seeded teams, and Portugal, Italy, Russia, Scotland, Sweden, and Wales are seeded teams. They will enjoy home court advantage in the semi-finals, and the match-up venue for the final will be It is decided by drawing lots.
At 0:00 on November 27, Beijing time, the draw for the World Preliminary European Play-offs will be held in Zurich, and the game will be held from March 24 to 29, 2022.
World Preliminary European Playoffs 12 teams:
Seed teams: Portugal, Italy, Russia, Scotland, Sweden, Wales
Non-seeded teams: Turkey, Poland, North Macedonia, Ukraine, Austria, Czech RepublicReturn to Sohu to see more
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