#WEURO2021 qualifiers rescheduled

WEURO2021 remaining qualifiers rescheduled

Rescheduled fixture dates for UEFA Women’s EURO 2021 qualifiers have been released, with games planned to resume in September.

Wales will get their campaign back underway on 22 September against Group C leaders Norway, whom they trail by four points.

Jayne Ludlow’s side have three home games after that, including a crucial second clash with the Norwegians in October.


22 September – Norway (A)
22 October – Faroe Islands (H)
27 October – Norway (H)
1 December – Belarus (H)

Northern Ireland are in the same group and although they have held Wales twice, they are yet to record a victory. They return to action with their final away trip, to Belarus on 27 October.

Northern Ireland 

18 September – Faroe Islands (A)
27 October – Belarus (A)
27 November – Belarus (H)
1 December – Faroe Islands (H)

Scotland still have six games to go after beginning Group E with back-to-back wins, resuming away to Cyprus on 18 September.


18 September – Cyprus (A)
22 September – Portugal (H)
23 October – Albania (H)
27 October – Finland (A)
27 November – Portugal (A)
1 December – Finland (H)

Republic of Ireland have a thrilling run-in in Group I, leading Germany by one point from a game extra and still having to play them twice.

Republic of Ireland

19 September – Germany (A)
23 October – Ukraine (A)
1 December – Germany (H)

The UEFA Executive Committee last month confirmed that the postponed Women’s EURO 2021 will now be played in England from 6 to 31 July 2022.

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