Now that the Republic of Ireland have qualified for the Euro 2016 playoffs, every Irish football fan wants to know "When is the Euro 2016 playoff draw?".
With two days left to go in the Euro 2016 qualifying stages, only the Republic of Ireland and Denmark are confirmed as two of the teams that will be in the pot for the Euro 2016 playoff draw.
When Is The Euro 2016 Playoff Draw?
The ceremony for the draw begins at 11.20 CET this Sunday 18th of October. That's 10.20 Irish time on Sunday morning. The Euro 2016 playoff draw and takes place in the House of European football in Nyon, Switzerland. Which probably isn't as amazing as it sounds.
How Do Teams Enter The Euro 2016 Playoff Draw?
The teams that enter the Euro 2016 playoff draw will be decided based on their performances in the Euro 2016 qualifying phase. The third-placed team in each group will qualify for the draw, with the best performing third-place team qualifying for the finals automatically. The best performing third-placed team will be decided based on their record against the first, second, fourth, and fifth finishing team in their group.
What Teams Are In The Euro 2016 Playoff Draw?
So far, only the Republic of Ireland and Denmark are confirmed for the Euro 2016 playoff draw. The other six teams will be confirmed in the next few days.
The state of the rest of the groups, and who are more likely to finish in the playoff positions.
How Does The Euro 2016 Playoff Draw Work?
Once all of the eight teams are confirmed, the four best teams will be seeded for the Euro 2016 playoff draw. Who those four best teams will be is decided by the UEFA national team coefficient rankings.
When Are The Euro 2016 Playoff Games?
The first legs of the Euro 2016 playoffs will take place on the 12/13/14 of November, and the second legs will take place on the 15/16/17 of November.
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