+ Goal: Place in Euro 2020. For the first time in 60 years, the tournament will be played in twelve cities; Baku, Munich, London, Rome, St. Petersburg, Amsterdam, Bilbao, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Dublin and Glasgow. The opening image is played at the Olympic Stadium in Rome and the final is settled in Wembley in London.
+ Qualification: After ten qualified matches, the two top teams in the ten groups qualify for the championship. This means that four seats still need to be filled – and this will not be settled in the form of a normal play. Instead, everything will hang on the second chance. No national team – as Russia did for the World Cup last year and France for the European Championships two years ago – has direct room for the championship, but everyone must qualify.
Sweden's group (F) in the EM qualification: the Faroe Islands, Malta, Norway, Romania and Spain.
+ Nations League playoffs: Or "Second chance" if you want. Sweden won the group stage before Russia and Turkey, thus securing another way to the European Championship. If the Country Manager Janne Andersson and the company fail in the traditional qualification, they can reach the tournament via the Nations League playoffs played in March next year.
There, Sweden will meet with the other three group winners in the Nation League B division (Ukraine, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Denmark, unless one of these countries qualifies via the EM qualification). If a group has already qualified for the European Championship using the regular qualifiers, the venue goes to the second highest ranked team in the division and so on. If a division does not assemble four teams, you fill in teams from other divisions, based on UEFAS ranking.