Euro 2012 play-off matches took place on 11th November. Croatia, Ireland and the Czech Republic won their matches against Turkey, Estonia and Montenegro. Match against Portugal and Bosnia and Herzegovina ended in a draw.
Euro 2012 Poland and Ukraine
We already know the four seeded teams for tomorrow's play-off draw for Euro 2012. Seeded teams according to national UEFA coefficient are Croatia, Portugal, Republic of Ireland and Czech Republic.
Group stage qualification has ended today. We know 12 finalists and eight teams who will play in play-offs for only four places left.
On Thursday 13 October 2011 will take place at the Sheraton Hotel in Krakow (Poland) draw for the play-offs after all qualifying matches for Euro 2012. Play-offs will be played on 11 and 12 November 2011 and second leg matches November 15, 2011.
As we already know there are seven teams qulified for Euro 2012. The recent ones are England and the Netherlands. Spain, Italy, the Netherlands and Germany, England and of course the co-hosts Poland and Ukraine will play in Euro 2012 for sure.
Euro 2012 - Stadiums
See score, relation, statistics from Euro 2012 final match Spain Italy, 1st July 2012, Kiev, Ukraine.
See results of Euro 2012 draw, 2 December, 2011, Kiev, Euro 2012 groups
See Euro 2012 pots before Euro 2012 draw
See relation of Euro 2012 play-off match between Estonia and Republic of Ireland. Play-off matches, 11th of November 2011.
Follow Euro 2012 Play-off match between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Portugal
See the relation, the result, goals, statistics from Euro 2012 play-off match Czech Republic - Montenegro, November 11, 2011
See relation of the Euro 2012 play-off in Turkey between Turkey and Croatia
See the relation and the goals of the friendly match Poland - Hungary November 15, 2011, Poznan.
See the relation and goals from friendly match between Poland and Italy, November 11, 2011, Wroclaw.
Today about 13:00 CET in Krakow came to play-off draw whose stake is playing in Euro 2012. Zbigniew Boniek draw lots and associate in playoffs two strongest teams in theory (according to UEFA's coefficient ), Croatia and Turkey.
UEFA Executive Committee has decided what rules will be applied during qualifications for Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine.