Euro 96 Qualifiers


The draw for Euro 96 was made on the 22nd of January 1994 in Manchester, with Denmark seeded first as title holders, while the remaining 46 teams were divided into six pots. The teams then formed 8 qualifying groups, and over the next 10 match days would battle it out for a place in England just over two years later.

Below we have collated the journey each qualifying side would face on their way to Euro 96, illustrating the twists and turns, ups and downs, that would create such a fascinating qualifying series.

Romania – https://twitter.com/analysisretro/status/1257352701811331072

Spain – https://twitter.com/analysisretro/status/1257718150176661505

Switzerland – https://twitter.com/analysisretro/status/1258077832930000897

Croatia – https://twitter.com/analysisretro/status/1258442624375144451

Czech Republic – https://twitter.com/analysisretro/status/1258811347107819521

Portugal – https://twitter.com/analysisretro/status/1259910150032445447

Germany – https://twitter.com/analysisretro/status/1260259317288239105

Russia – https://twitter.com/analysisretro/status/1260623030973276164

France – https://twitter.com/analysisretro/status/1260976382722691073

Denmark – https://twitter.com/analysisretro/status/1261338276138373125

Turkey – https://twitter.com/analysisretro/status/1262794500730126343

Italy – https://twitter.com/analysisretro/status/1263167998459863040

Holland – https://twitter.com/analysisretro/status/1263514822697771009

Bulgaria – https://twitter.com/analysisretro/status/1263881058736656387

Scotland – https://twitter.com/analysisretro/status/1265368335811780608

England – https://twitter.com/analysisretro/status/1266059163123187715


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