Croatia and Turkey clinched the final automatic qualifying places for the Euro 2016 football championship as the Netherlands, semi-finalists at last year's World Cup, were eliminated.
Turkey beat Iceland 1-0 to secure third place in Group A ahead of the Dutch, who lost 3-2 at home to group winners Czech Republic.
Turkey, who finished behind the Czech Republic and Iceland, gained automatic qualification for the finals in France as the best third-placed side.
The Netherlands were crowned European champions in 1988 and were third in 1992, 2000 and 2004.
Meanwhile, Croatia clinched automatic qualification after a 1-0 win in Malta meant they finished second in group H.
Twenty countries are through to the Euro 2016 finals, including hosts France.
The remaining four finalists will be decided after the two-legged playoffs being held between November 12th and 17th.
Group A: Iceland, Czech Republic
Group B: Belgium, Wales
Group C: Spain, Slovakia
Group D: Germany, Poland
Group E: England, Switzerland
Group F: Northern Ireland, Romania
Group G: Austria, Russia
Group H: Italy, Croatia
Group I: Portugal, Albania
Best third team: Turkey (Group A)
Eight teams to playoffs:
Group B: Bosnia
Group C: Ukraine
Group D: Ireland
Group E: Slovenia
Group F: Hungary
Group G: Sweden
Group H: Norway
Group I: Denmark