The qualifying rounds for the 2020 Euro Cup that will be played in March and the European Cup World Cup 2022 will use the VAR, as decided by the UEFA Executive Committee on Wednesday in Nyon (Switzerland).
UEFA, which chairs Aleksander & Ccaron; eferin, confirmed that, subject to the approval of FIFA, the VAR will be present in the matches of the qualifying phase for Qatar 2022, which will leave the 13 European teams that will go to the World Cup: the ten winners of the groups, who will achieve the direct pass, and the three winners of the "play-offs".
In these qualifiers the ten seconds of each qualifying group and the two best group champions of the League of Nations 2020-21 will play in a general ranking in which there will be no selections that achieve the direct pass.
Three qualifying routes
To dispute these qualifiers, three routes will be formed, which will include two semifinal matches each, a single match. The winners will go to the final of the respective play-off, in which a preliminary draw will be held to determine who will play at home.
UEFA indicated that this "combined classification route" for the qualifiers is based "on the intention to reward sporting achievements in the group stage of the League of Nations, in accordance with its original philosophy, which rewards all combined by their achievements, regardless of the league they play in. "
The Executive Committee also approved the draw procedure for the second edition of the League of Nations 2020-21, which will be held on March 3 of next year in Amsterdam.
The Futsal Champions in Minks
Among other decisions taken on Monday is the choice of Minsk as the host city for the final phase of the 2020 Futsal Champions League, which will be played between April 23 and 26 with the participation of the Spanish clubs Barcelona and Murcia and the Russians KPRF and Tyumen.
The final Eurocopa feminine in Wembley
The 2021 Women's Eurocup calendar, which will be played from July 7 to August 1 with the final at London's Wembley Stadium, and the regulations for the second edition of the 2020-21 Women's Futsal Euro Cup were other of the Executive agreements.
Likewise, UEFA confirmed its approval of "a child protection policy and a set of instruments aimed at ensuring that its federations ensure that football is safe, positive and an experience for all children to enjoy and young people who participate in it. "
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