The UEFA EURO 2012 finals lineup has been settled after the Tuesday matches. Croatia, the Czech Republic, the Republic of Ireland and Portugal qualified after the play-off matches.
Portugal vs. Bosnia and Herzegovina 6-2 and 0-0 (aggregate 6-2)
Croatia vs. Turkey 0-0 and 3-0 (aggregate 3-0)
Montenegro vs. Czech Republic 0-1 and 0-2 (aggregate 0-3)
Republic of Ireland vs. Estonia 1-1 and 4-0 (aggregate 5-1)
Croatia, the Czech Republic, the Republic of Ireland and Portugal book their tickets for UEFA EURO 2012 finals. They join the ten teams that reached next summer’s tournament from the qualifying group stage, and the two co-hosts.
The 16 teams that will compete for the UEFA EURO 2012 title, in Poland an Ukraine, are:
Poland (UEFA EURO 2012 co-hosts)
Ukraine (UEFA EURO 2012 co-hosts)
Spain (UEFA EURO 2008 title holders)
Republic of Ireland
The UEFA EURO 2012 draw takes place in Kyiv (Ukraine) on 2 December.
The UEFA EURO 2012 tournament will run between 6 June and 1 July 2012 in Poland and Ukraine.