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England, Scotland and Wales discover fate of Euro 2024 group stage draw

Home nations England, Scotland and Wales discover the fate of Euro 2024 group stage draw and who they will face next summer.

Teams were split into four different pots. One team from each pot make up a group. Hosts Germany are automatically assigned to Group A and position one, so they can play on the opening night, but the other 23 slots will be done by a draw.

Pot 1: Germany (hosts), Portugal, France, Spain, Belgium, England.

Pot 2: Hungary, Turkey, Romania, Denmark, Albania, Austria.

Pot 3: Netherlands, Scotland, Croatia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Czech Republic.

Pot 4: Italy, Serbia, Switzerland, play-off winner A (one of Poland/Wales/Finland/Estonia), play-off winner B (one of Israel/Bosnia and Herzegovina/Ukraine/Iceland), play-off winner C (one of Georgia/Greece/Kazakstan/Luxembourg).

These 24 teams will compete in six groups of four.

Each team are to play three games with the group winners and runners-up going through to the last 16, along with the best four third-placed teams.

Wales need to beat Finland and then one of Poland or Estonia in play-offs to qualify.

The group stages start on the 14th of June with Germany facing someone in Munich, and finish on the 26th of June.

The eight last-16 games take place between the 29th June and the 2nd of July, with the four quarter-finals in Stuttgart, Hamburg, Berlin and Dusseldorf on the 5th and 6th of July.

Munich will host the first semi-final on the 9th of July, with Dortmund staging the second the following day.

The final is in Berlin on the 14th of July.

Euro 2024 group stage draw

Group A

Group B

Group C

Group D
Playoff Winner A (Poland, Wales, Finland, Estonia)

Group E
Playoff Winner B (Israel, Bosnia, Ukraine, Iceland)

Group F
Playoff Winner C (Georgia, Greece, Kazakhstan, Luxembourg)

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This is how fans reacted as England, Scotland and Wales discover the fate of Euro 2024 group stage draw…

@cpfc_sean: Very winnable 😁

@MillersTomO: Could have been a lot worse. Should go through without too many problems

@Lbriggs88: No excuses, we should absolutely piss that group #england #EURO2024

@RickyThomasblog: Denmark have some decent players and are quite well organised. Other than that, this is quite straightforward for us.

@Jimbo1604: Another easy group draw for Southgate. I’m sure in the knockout stages when we come up against someone decent his tactics and in game management will once again leave us trophy less

@NateReddin: Lightwork. Have to win each comfortably with this team, any less is embarrassing

@riskyredel: I’ve never known a time where we have had such favourable draws consistently

@Chris_CA2: Southgate masterclass to make this group look hard

@LardioM: I recon we will scrap through the group, win the 1/4 and get beat by a half decent side in the semis coz Southgate will play 9 in defence!

@DC_794: No excuses not to get 9 points from that group.

@lucas_allen07: Should be comfortable straight wins. But we’ve got Southgate so hey ho.

@cole_qpr: should piss it but will probably come second

@TweetDazzyB: It’s coming home 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿

@mattie_rance: Denmark will be tough but really can’t complain at that draw. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🦁🦁🦁

@ConorW_QPR: That’s a decent group I think, but we can’t underestimate anyone

@ClarkHistoryPol: Three decent teams, but England are comfortable favourites to win that group.

@jhackett__: More than happy with that group, could’ve been a LOT worse! Got two out of the three I wanted too with Slovenia and Serbia. Can’t wait for the summer now! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🦁

Germany 2014 World Cup winner Philipp Lahm said his country has been planning a “football party” next summer.

“We have amazing stadiums, fans who love football, and we have people who love celebrating with other Europeans,” added Lahm, an ambassador for his country’s bid.

“In Germany, we always look back on 2006 and how the World Cup brought us closer together while also providing the opportunity to welcome others to our country.

“We plan to replicate that, updated for modern times. We will organise a huge football party in Germany.”

When does EURO 2024 start?

Group stage

14 June
Germany (A1) vs A2 (Munich, 21:00 CEST)

15 June
B1 vs B2 (Berlin)
B3 vs B4 (Dortmund)
A3 vs A4 (Cologne)

16 June
C3 vs C4 (Gelsenkirchen)
D1 vs D2 (Hamburg)
C1 vs C2 (Stuttgart)

17 June
D3 vs D4 (Düsseldorf)
E1 vs E2 (Frankfurt)
E3 vs E4 (Munich)

18 June
F3 vs F4 (Leipzig)
F1 vs F2 (Dortmund)

19 June
B2 vs B4 (Hamburg)
A2 vs A4 (Cologne)
Germany (A1) vs A3 (Stuttgart)

20 June
B1 vs B3 (Gelsenkirchen)
C2 vs C4 (Frankfurt)
C1 vs C3 (Munich)

21 June
D1 vs D3 (Berlin)
D2 vs D4 (Leipzig)
E2 vs E4 (Düsseldorf)

22 June
F2 vs F4 (Hamburg)
F1 vs F3 (Dortmund)
E1 vs E3 (Cologne)

23 June
A4 vs Germany (A1) (Frankfurt)
A2 vs A3 (Stuttgart)

24 June
B2 vs B3 (Leipzig)
B4 vs B1 (Düsseldorf)

25 June
D2 vs D3 (Berlin)
D4 vs D1 (Dortmund)
C4 vs C1 (Cologne)
C2 vs C3 (Munich)

26 June
F4 vs F1 (Hamburg)
F2 vs F3 (Gelsenkirchen)
E2 vs E3 (Frankfurt)
E4 vs E1 (Stuttgart)

Rest days on 27 and 28 June

When does the EURO 2024 round of 16 start?

29 June
37 1A vs 2C (Dortmund)
38 2A vs 2B (Berlin)

30 June
39 1B vs 3A/D/E/F (Cologne)
40 1C vs 3D/E/F (Gelsenkirchen)

1 July
41 1F vs 3A/B/C (Frankfurt)
42 2D vs 2E (Düsseldorf)

2 July
43 1E vs 3A/B/C/D (Munich)
44 1D vs 2F (Leipzig)

Rest days on 3 and 4 July

When do the EURO 2024 quarter-finals start?

5 July
45 W39 vs W37 (Stuttgart)
46 W41 vs W42 (Hamburg)

6 July
47 W43 vs W44 (Berlin)
48 W40 vs W38 (Düsseldorf)

Rest days on 7 and 8 July

When do the EURO 2024 semi-finals start?

9 July
49 W45 vs W46 (Munich, 21:00 CEST)

10 July
50 W47 vs W48 (Dortmund, 21:00 CEST)

Rest days on 11, 12 and 13 July

When is the EURO 2024 final?

14 July
W49 vs W50 (Berlin, 21:00 CEST)

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