Spain National Team secure their seeding in the draw for Euro 2020

Baha Internacional
18-11-2019 |

Spain got the job done against Romania by winning 5-0 to confirm their seeding in the draw for Euro 2020 on November 30.


Top spot sees them join England, Belgium, Italy and Ukraine as teams guaranteed to be seeded, with the free spot going to Germany, Poland or France, though the last two world champions are most likely to fight for the spot with Poland needing to beat Slovenia by eight goals on Tuesday and hope the Germans don't beat Northern Ireland. Germany just need a draw to finish above France thanks to their superior goal difference.


Spain will be afforded the luxury of playing their three group games on home soil, with San Mames to host them thanks to the Republic of Ireland's failure to beat Denmark in Dublin.


Should the Irish progress through the playoffs, they'll join Spain in group E, but they've lost the right to the draw to decide if their game should be played at the Aviva Stadium.


Spain topping their group will see them play in Glasgow, whereas they'll go to Copenhagen if they're second. They'll only stay in Bilbao if they end up playing against one of the best third placed sides.