Gareth Southgate’s England and the other home nations have this morning found out who they were be up against in the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying draw.
55 nations were be drawn into 10 groups, five groups of five teams and five groups of six. The Three Lions were among Switzerland, Portugal and Holland in the Nations League pot. The home nations saw Wales in pot two. Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and Scotland were in pot three.
The finals will be held across 12 cities in 12 European countries, matches from 12 June to 12 July 2020, with Wembley Stadium hosting both semi-finals and the final. Glasgow’s Hampden Park will host games in the group stage and one last 16 tie. Dublin’s Aviva Stadium will host group games and one last 16 match.
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THE FULL DRAW:
GROUP A – ENGLAND, CZECH REPUBLIC, BULGARIA, MONTENEGRO, KOSOVO
GROUP B – PORTUGAL, UKRAINE, SERBIA, LITHUANIA, LUXEMBOURG
GROUP C – HOLLAND, GERMANY, NORTHERN IRELAND, ESTONIA, BELARUS
GROUP D – SWITZERLAND, DENMARK, REPUBLIC of IRELAND, GEORGIA, GIBRALTAR
GROUP E – CROATIA, WALES, SLOVAKIA, HUNGARY, AZERBAIJAN
GROUP F – SPAIN, SWEDEN, NORWAY, ROMANIA, FAROE ISLANDS, MALTA
GROUP G – POLAND, AUSTRIA, ISRAEL, SLOVENIA, MACEDONIA, LATVIA
GROUP H – FRANCE, ICELAND, TURKEY, ALBANIA, MOLDOVA, ANDORRA
GROUP I – BELGIUM, RUSSIA, SCOTLAND, CYPRUS, KAZAKHSTAN, SAN MARINO
GROUP J – ITALY, BOSNIA, FINLAND, GREECE, ARMENIA, LEITCHENSTEIN
Take a look at the full reaction for each of the home nations from the draw on the next page.