England and Wales have this evening found out who they were drawn with in next year’s UEFA Euro 2020 finals draw, which was made in Bucharest.
Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland will also be watching with interest – as all three are set to take part in the playoffs with Iceland, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovakia, Israel, Norway, Serbia, Georgia, Belarus, North Macedonia, Kosovo towards the end of March.
All of the countries to have qualified for the tournament so far are Belgium, Italy, Russia, Poland, Ukraine, Spain, France, Turkey, England, Czech Republic, Finland, Sweden, Croatia, Austria, Holland, Germany, Portugal, Switzerland and Denmark.
Euro 2020 will run between the 12th of June and July, with Italy involved in the opening game at the Stadio Olimpico – with the final at Wembley.
The knockout phase of UEFA Euro 2020 will begin on 27 June 2020 with the round of 16 and end on 12 July 2020.
FIND OUT WHO GOT WHO IN THE DRAW:
Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, Wales
Belgium, Russia, Denmark, Finland
Ukraine, Netherlands, Austria, Path A/D* (*Iceland, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Georgia, Belarus, North Macedonia or Kosovo)
Check out how groups D, E and F have been drawn out by clicking on the next page.