The U21 national football team of Romania has found out Tuesday morning, following the draw in Nyon, the adversaries in the qualification campaign for EURO 2021. Romania will play in Group 8 against the teams of Denmark, Ukraine, Finland, Northern Ireland and Malta.
Group 1: Italy, Sweden, Iceland, Ireland, Armenia, Luxemburg
Group 2: France, Slovakia, Switzerland, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Liechtenstein
Group 3: England, Austria, Turkey, Kosovo, Albania, Andorra
Group 4: Croatia, Czech Republic, Greece, Scotland, Lithuania, San Marino
Group 5: Serbia, Poland, Russia, Bulgaria, Latvia, Estonia
Group 6: Spain, Israel, Montenegro, Macedonia, Kazakhstan, Faeroe Islands
Group 7: Portugal, Netherlands, Norway, Belarus, Cyprus, Gibraltar
Group 8: Denmark, Romania, Ukraine, Finland, Northern Ireland, Malta
Group 9: Germany, Belgium, Wales, Bosnia, Republic of Moldova
The group winners qualify to the final tournament hosted by Slovenia and Hungary. The teams on the second position reach a play-off to take place during November 9-17, 2020.
The qualifying round starts during March 18-20, 2019 and the last matches will be played during October 5-13, 2020.