The European Football Championship qualifications have come to an end, leaving behind some remarkable achievements and a few surprises. One of the most impressive victories was France’s 14-0 win over Gibraltar. Meanwhile, Portugal dominated the competition and achieved maximum performance. Unfortunately, four national teams – Cyprus, Gibraltar, Malta, and San Marino – ended the qualifications without any points. Albania emerged as the biggest surprise of the tournament.
The European Championship will take place from June 14 to July 14 next year in Germany, which will host 51 matches across ten stadiums in ten cities. This will be Germany’s third time hosting the championship after previously hosting it in 1988 and four games in 2021.
Belgium, France, Portugal, Spain, England, Hungary, Albania, Denmark, Turkey, and Romania all emerged as first-place winners in their respective groups during the qualifications. Additionally, Scotland, Austria, Slovakia