The UEFA European Championship (UEFA EURO) qualifiers are a series of football matches played by national teams from Europe to determine which teams will qualify for the UEFA EURO tournament. The UEFA EURO tournament is held every four years and features the top teams from across Europe.
The UEFA EURO qualifiers are usually held over a period of two years, with teams being drawn into groups and playing each other in a round-robin format. The top two teams from each group qualify for the tournament, along with the best third-placed team from all the groups.
The number of teams that qualify for the UEFA EURO tournament has increased in recent years. In the past, only 16 teams would qualify, but this number has now increased to 24 teams. This means that there are now more opportunities for teams to qualify, and the competition is more intense than ever before.
The UEFA EURO qualifiers are an important part of the European football calendar, and they are watched by millions of fans around the world. The qualifiers are also an opportunity for smaller teams to make a name for themselves and qualify for the tournament, which can be a huge boost for their national football programs.