EURO 2024 Qualifiers: Teams to Watch

The UEFA EURO 2024 Qualifiers are about to get going in March, with the top international teams in Europe ready to battle it out for a place at the final tournament. EURO 2024 will take place in Germany from June to July in 2024. The host cities have already been decide with Dortmund, Berlin and Leipzig amongst the ten that have been selected.

Germany have already qualified as hosts, leaving 23 spaces for the teams that are taking part in the qualifiers. We take a look at some of the teams that have a good chance of qualifying and teams that will be worth a watch during the qualifiers:


Players to watch: Harry Kane, Jude Bellingham & Phil Foden

England landed temselves a pretty tough group to qualify from with Italy, the team that beat them to win EURO 2020 and Ukraine, alongside North Macedonia and Malta. England have never won the tournament in 10 attempts while Italy have won it twice, also appearing in the tournament proper on 10 occasions. Although Italy failed to qualify for the World Cup in Qatar, they will still be a difficult opponent. England have an incredible side that should be capable of qualifying with stars like Harry Kane and Jude Bellingham.


Players to Watch: Erling Haaland, Martin Odegaard & Alexander Sorloth

Norway are a team to watch in the qualifiers, even being up against Spain, they have the players to cause any team problems. Haaland Who is currently on 27 goals in March and Odegaard who is at the top of the Premier League table with Arsenal will fancy their chances to  qualify for EURO 2024. Spain have always boasted incredible players and their squad this time around is no different. Young stars such as Gavi, Pedri and Ferran Torres will want to make sure they make an appearance at next year’s tournament. Scotland will also want to give a good showing ahead of Georgia and Cyprus. Andrew Robertson and Kieran Tierney are among the top names in the Scotland squad that will be keen to take Scotland to a major tournament.


Players to Watch: Luka Modric, Marcelo Brozovic & Josko Gvardiol

Croatia have done well recently for a country that aren’t considered to be one of the top nations in football. Reaching the World Cup final in 2018 and the semis in Qatar 2022. Luka Modric and the age of 37 is still considered to be one of the best midfielders in the world with players like Gvardiol touted for a big summer move to the Premier League in the summer. Wales, Turkey, Armenia and Latvia join them in the group which is seemingly quite open for 2nd place. Wales have performed well in qualifying for recent torunaments but will be without talisman Gareth Bale after his retirement.Take a look at some of the fantastic events we have at Wembley Stadium, including England’s Euro 2024 Qualifiers: