Just two years ago, Kosovo became UEFA’s and FIFA’s newest team. So far they have only played for the qualification matches of Russia 2018.
Now Kosovo has the golden chance to achieve what Albania did in 2016 and enter Euro 2020. Kosovo leads the group in League D with Malta, Faroe Islands and Azerbaijan, while there are still four matches to be played.
The first place would allow them to play two other matches with the winners of the three groups in this league. The possible adversaries are Macedonia, Belarus and Georgia.
If Kosovo plays the cards right, the team could make history and enter Euro 2020 just two years after being recognized by UEFA.