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UEFA Women's EURO 2021 qualifying update

UEFA Women's European Championship standings and upcoming matches

March 9, 2020 By Juan Aguerrevere
The 2021 UEFA Women’s European Championship is approaching as March fixtures will soon come to an end. Check out where and how you can watch these matches.

The 2021 Women's EURO qualifying will soon head into the month of April, but there are still six matches left to play in March. Check out how the teams are doing in their groups and important matches ahead.

Group A

The Netherlands has ransacked Group A winning all six matches. Russia is playing some good football at the moment with three wins in four matches, while Slovenia and Kosovo each have six points from two games won. These two sides will meet on Tuesday, March 10 and the winner will take a step closer to qualifying.


1. The Netherlands, 18 pts.

2. Russia, 9 pts.

3. Slovenia, 6 pts.

4. Kosovo, 6 pts.

5. Estonia, 1 pt.

6. Turkey, 1 pt.

Group B

Italy has reflected its good run in the EURO qualifiers on the Algarve Cup as they will play the final on Wednesday, March 11. Italy leads the group with six wins in six games. Denmark, on the other hand, has also won all its games but has only played five. These two sides have not played yet with their first match scheduled for June 8. 

The last two Group B matches in the month of March will come on Tuesday. Bosnia is looking strong in third place and will look to get an easy three points in Malta. 

Meanwhile, bottom of the table Georgia and Israel will be looking for a first win.


1. Italy, 18 pts.

2. Denmark, 15 pts.

3. Bosnia and Herzegovina, 12 pts.

4. Malta, 4 pts.

5. Israel, 1 pt.

6. Georgia, 0 pts.

Group C

The first-ever winner of the Women's World Cup, Norway, will enter the month of April as Group C winners. But second-placed Wales will look to cut down its four-point deficit when facing Norway on April 14.  


1. Norway, 12 pts.

2. Wales, 8 pts.

3. Belarus, 3 pts.

4. Northern Ireland, 2 pts.

5. Faroe Islands, 0 pts.

Group D

This group is looking very interesting given close race until this point. Spain leads the group with seven points after drawing 0-0 to Poland. The Polish have a game in hand are sitting in third place below the Czech Republic. 

Poland will have the chance to close out the month of March as group leaders beside Spain If it wins its match against bottom-dweller Azerbaijan on March 11.


1. Spain, 7 pts.

2. Czech Republic, 6 pts.

3. Poland, 4 pts.

4. Moldova, 3pts.

5. Azerbaijan, 0 pts.

Group E

Finland, Scotland and Portugal are all looking like healthy contenders to win the group. Finland has played the most matches – four – winning three and drawing once. Scotland and Portugal have played two each and are yet to lose a match.

On the other side of the spectrum, there is good news for Albania and Cyprus. One of the two will collect its first points in this European Championship qualifier. Albania is in a dire need of a win losing all its four matches while Cyprus looks for a win in its third match of the competition.


1. Finland, 10 pts.

2. Scotland, 6 pts. 

3. Portugal, 4 pts.

4. Cyprus, 0 pts.

5. Albania, 0 pts.

Group F

Two countries situated in the Nordic Region lead Group F. Sweden and Iceland are the only two sides to play three games, but they sit at the top of the table with nine points each. Hungary and Slovakia still have a chance at joining the dance as they sit in third and fourth place at four points per.


1. Sweden, 9 pts.

2. Iceland, 9 pts.

3. Hungary, 4 pts.

4. Slovakia, 4pts.

5. Latvia, 0 pts.

Group G

This group is sort of a mess at the moment. France is sitting in third place having played only two matches. Meanwhile, the other four nations have played either three or four matches.

Austria has won all its games but has yet to face France. These two undefeated teams will talk business in April at the NV Arena in St Polten.

1. Austria, 12 pts.

2. Serbia, 9 pts.

3. France, 6 pts.

4. North Macedonia, 3 pts.

5. Kazakhstan, 0 pts.

Group H

Despite a run of poor fun at the ongoing Algarve Cup, Belgium leads Group H and is tied in points with Switzerland. Both sides have won their four matches and will not be in action until their first tournament meeting in April.


1. Belgium, 12 pts.

2. Switzerland, 12 pts.

3. Romania, 3 pts. 

4. Croatia, 3 pts.

5. Lithuania, 0 pts.

Group I

The Germans have had a flawless qualifying run winning all its matches, scoring 31 goals and conceding none. But the Republic of Ireland can enter the month of April as group leaders if it manages a win against a winless Montenegro side on Wednesday, March 11. The Irish already defeated Montenegro 2-0 in Dublin last year


1. Germany, 12 pts.

2. Republic of Ireland, 10 pts.

3. Greece, 4 pts.

4. Montenegro, 0 pts.

5. Ukraine, 0 pts.

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