Netherlands to play Germany in UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier
The Netherlands will play against Germany in one of its qualifying matches for the UEFA Euro 2020. UEFA announced the groups for the qualifiers on Sunday. The Netherlands drew Germany, Northern Ireland, Estonia and Belarus.
The qualifiers will start on March 21st next year. The top two teams from each of the ten groups will qualify. An additional play-off will then determine the four remaining teams who will play in the tournament.
As the Netherlands won their Nations League group, they automatically get at least a play-ff spot in the Euro 2020 qualifiers. Germany was in the same Nations League group as the Netherlands, and finished in last place.
The Netherlands will host Belarus on March 21st and Germany on March 24th. Oranje will then play in Germany on September 6th and in Estonia on September 9th. The Dutch team is home for a match against Northern Ireland on October 10th, before traveling to Belarus for a match on October 13th.
Oranje will round off the group stage next November with a match in Northern Ireland on the 16th, before coming back to the Netherlands to play Estonia on the 19th.
The route to #EURO2020 has been mapped out! 🗺️— UEFA EURO 2024 (@EURO2024) December 2, 2018
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