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20 October 2011

20 October 2011 - (Group A)
Moldova10-0Malta
First referee: Cédric Pelissier (FRA) - Second referee: Nikola Jelić (CRO)
Stadium: Sportis Sasakhle, Tbilisi (GEO)
20 October 2011 - (Group A)
Georgia2-2Armenia
First referee: Gerd Bylois (BEL) - Second referee: Zoran Bogdanov (SRB)
Stadium: Sportis Sasakhle, Tbilisi (GEO)
20 October 2011 - (Group B)
Greece3-1Norway
First referee: Ilya Akimtsev (RUS) - Second referee: Dragan Skakić (BIH)
Stadium: Hristo Botev, Sofia (BUL)
20 October 2011 - (Group B)
Bulgaria8-4Andorra
First referee: Kreshnik Hakrama (ALB) - Second referee: Maksim Dzeikala (BLR)
Stadium: Hristo Botev, Sofia (BUL)
20 October 2011 - (Group C)
Cyprus3-1San Marino
First referee: Christophe Paitreault (FRA) - Second referee: Gevorg Yeghoyan (ARM)
Stadium: Zemgales Olympic Centre, Jelgava (LVA)
20 October 2011 - (Group C)
Latvia7-1England
First referee: Roberto Marin (ESP) - Second referee: Josip Barton (MKD)
Stadium: Zemgales Olympic Centre, Jelgava (LVA)
20 October 2011 - (Group D)
Finland0-0Albania
First referee: Gavin Sartain (ENG) - Second referee: Ramil Namazov (AZE)
Stadium: Kiili, Tallinn (EST)
20 October 2011 - (Group D)
Estonia3-4Turkey
First referee: Gabriel Gherman (ROU) - Second referee: Slawomir Steczko (POL)
Stadium: Kiili, Tallinn (EST)
20 October 2011 - (Group E)
France7-0Switzerland
First referee: Dimitrios Zisimopoulos (GRE) - Second referee: Demetris Constantinou (CYP)
Stadium: SH Gemidjii, Veles (MKD)
20 October 2011 - (Group E)
FYROM2-1Montenegro
First referee: Aleksandrs Golubevs (LVA) - Second referee: Vyacheslav Daragan (UKR)
Stadium: SH Gemidjii, Veles (MKD)

Last updated: 23/08/2019 10:03 CET

Calendar

Qualifying

Final

Road to the final

European qualifying for the 2020 FIFA Futsal World Cup is in four stages: preliminary round, main round, elite round and play-offs.

Preliminary round: 29 January–3 February 2019
The 16 top-ranked sides are excused the preliminary round, but the other 32 compete in eight groups of four teams. The top two from each progress.

Main round: 22–27 October 2019
The eight group winners and eight runners-up from the preliminary round join the 16 top-ranked teams in the rankings in eight groups of four. The two top from each progress.

Elite round: 28 January–2 February 2020
The 16 teams are split into four groups of four. The four group winners will qualify for the finals and the four runners-up will go into the play-offs.

Play-offs: 9 & 12 April 2020
The four sides will be drawn into two ties, played on a home and away basis, to decide Europe's last two qualifiers.

Finals: 12 September–4 October 2020
Twenty-four teams, including hosts Lithunia and the other six European qualifiers, compete in six groups of four. The two two from each, plus the four best third-placed teams, progress to the knockout phase.

Further details, including the criteria for separating teams that finish level on points in a group, can be found in the official competition regulations.