Euro 2021 qualifiers are the group eight contained by Ukraine, Denmark, Finland, Malta and Romania with Northern Ireland Under – 21s. The former English professional footballer Ian Baraclough side was drawn to PotE on Tuesday in Nyon, Switzerland. Two of the sides, Denmark and Romania, both from Northern Ireland’s group have qualified for the upcoming year’s finals which are to be held in Italy. The 2021 championships will be together hosted by two countries of Slovenia and Hungary.
In spite of the fact that u21 finished second in a pretty impressive campaign including a victory over Spain by 2-1 in Alcabate, they narrowly missed out the eligibility for coming year’s tournament. They gathered a total of 20 points after their win over Slovakia in the final match. It was not enough to qualify Northern Ireland into 12-team tournament. Romania achieved top of their qualifying round by holding off Portugal and Denmark also finished with the first position in Group Three qualifying for the finals.