|First referee: TBD - Second referee: TBD|
|Stadium: Romeo Iamandi, Buzau (ROU)|
|First referee: Saša Tomić (CRO) - Second referee: Danijel Janošević (CRO)|
|Stadium: Sparta Praha, Prague (CZE)|
|First referee: Admir Zahovič (SVN) - Second referee: Borut Šivic (SVN)|
|Stadium: İdman Sarayı, Baku (AZE)|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||Kazakhstan|
|First referee: Pascal Lemal (BEL) - Second referee: Gerd Bylois (BEL)|
|Stadium: City Arena, Zenica (BIH)|
|Kazakhstan||4-0||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Aggregate: 9-0||(agg: 9-0)|
|First referee: Eduardo Fernandes Coelho (POR) - Second referee: Nuno Bogalho (POR)|
|Stadium: Baluan Sholak Sport Palace, Almaty (KAZ)|
|Aggregate: 2-3||(agg: 2-3)|
|First referee: Alessandro Malfer (ITA) - Second referee: Angelo Galante (ITA)|
|Stadium: Sport Palace, Minsk (BLR)|
|Aggregate: 2-4||(agg: 2-4)|
|First referee: Timo Onatsu (FIN) - Second referee: Toni Lehtinen (FIN)|
|Stadium: Mestska Sportova Hala, Trnava (SVK)|
|Aggregate: 6-5 Hungary win after extra time||(aet, agg: 6-5)|
|First referee: Fernando Gutiérrez Lumbreras (ESP) - Second referee: Francisco Diaz (ESP)|
|Stadium: Fönix Arena, Debrecen (HUN)|
Last updated: 26/09/2017 23:39 CET
UEFA Futsal EURO 2016 comprises of a preliminary round, main round, play-off round and 12-team final tournament played in Serbia.
Five groups of four teams each and one of three are played as one-venue mini-tournaments from 13 to 18 January 2015. The six group winners and best runners-up progress to the main round.
The seven progressing sides join the 21 highest-ranked qualifying contenders in seven groups of four teams played as one-venue mini-tournaments between 17 and 22 March 2015. The seven group winners progress to the final tournament, where they join hosts Serbia, while the seven runners-up and best third-placed team enter the play-offs.
The eight teams are drawn into four pairs to play two-legged ties on 15 and 22 September. The four winners complete the final tournament lineup.
The final tournament between 2 and 13 February 2016 will begin with the 12 contenders draw into four groups of three teams. The top two from each group will progress to the quarter-finals, from where the tournament is a knockout competition.
Further details, including the criteria for separating teams that finish level on points in a group, can be found in the official competition regulations.