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Friday, November 20, 2009

EURO 2012: Qualifying draw coefficients (20 November 2009)

This is the final version.

The coefficients for the EURO 2012 qualifying draw will take into account results from:

2006 World Cup (qualifiers and final tournament) - 20% of total weighting
EURO 2008 (qualifiers and final tournament) - 40% of total weighting
2010 World Cup (qualifiers) - 40% of total weighting

The draw will take place on 7 February 2010.

Click here for more info on the coefficient system.

UEFA will use a qualifying system with six groups of six teams and three of five teams (Poland (26620) and Ukraine (28133) - automatically qualified as hosts).

Rank - Previous rank - Team - Total points
 1  1 Spain              39964
2 2 Germany 38294
3 3 Netherlands 37821
4 4 Italy 35838
5 5 England 34819
6 6 Croatia 33677
7 9 Portugal 33226
8 8 France 32551
9 7 Russia 32477
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10 13 Greece 31268
11 10 Czech Republic 30871
12 11 Sweden 30695
13 12 Switzerland 30395
14 14 Serbia 29811
15 15 Turkey 29447
16 16 Denmark 29222
17 17 Slovakia 28228
18 18 Romania 28145
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19 19 Israel 28052
20 20 Bulgaria 27198
21 21 Finland 26827
22 22 Norway 26210
23 24 Ireland 25971
24 23 Scotland 25646
25 25 Northern Ireland 24518
26 27 Austria 24381
27 26 Bosnia-Herzegovina 24365
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28 29 Slovenia 24221
29 28 Latvia 23303
30 30 Hungary 23048
31 31 Lithuania 22071
32 32 Belarus 21515
33 33 Belgium 21426
34 34 Wales 21274
35 35 Macedonia 19409
36 36 Cyprus 18791
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37 37 Montenegro 18751
38 38 Albania 18319
39 39 Estonia 17792
40 40 Georgia 15819
41 41 Moldova 15734
42 42 Iceland 15404
43 43 Armenia 15164
44 44 Kazakhstan 14730
45 45 Liechtenstein 13581
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46 46 Azerbaijan 13500
47 47 Luxembourg 11872
48 48 Malta 11517
49 49 Faroe Islands 10620
50 50 Andorra 9197
51 51 San Marino 7783

6 comments:

  1. Just to show how much depth UEFA has, a team that has qualified for the World Cup is in the fourth pot!

    I don't like UEFA's decision to go for groups of 5 or 6 teams plus play-offs. I think groups of 7 or 8 teams without play-offs made a lot more sense (with the top two teams advancing to the finals).

    Groups of 7 or 8 teams guarantee from 12 to 14 competitive games. On the other hand, this format will give some teams only 8 competitive games before they play in the finals.

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    1. dont you think that would be boring though?
      play offs make everything more interesting + a knock out game brings the tension up more.

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  2. Interesting to note that three of the teams in pot 1 were all in he same qualifying group for Euro 2008: England, Croatia, Russia.

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  3. It's more impressive to look at where Slovenia were for the 2010 WCQ draw: fifth pot.

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  4. One of groups will be> Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia, Slovenia and Montenegro. It is possible.

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  5. theeses seem a bit more normall than world cup q though dont you agre>///?

    ps: ya know FIFA is there one 4 rugby cricket etc and what is it i've been loocking for years (although i'm only 23 yaers old!)?

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