EURO 2024 Draw: Scotland Is Set To Host Germany In The Opening Match.

EURO 2024

Next summer’s Euro 2024 finals in Germany will see England in a group alongside Slovenia, Denmark, and Serbia.

The draw for the European Championship took place in a wintry Hamburg, one of the tournament’s ten host cities.

Germany, as hosts, automatically qualified, while 20 other teams secured spots in the draw by finishing in the top two of their European Qualifying groups.

The last three spots will be decided through Play-offs scheduled for March, with 12 teams, including Wales, vying for a place in the upcoming tournament.

Italy, victorious over England in the Euro 2020 final at Wembley, finds themselves in a challenging group.

The defending champions are scheduled to face Albania on June 15, followed by matches against Spain and Croatia in what’s anticipated to be a fiercely competitive Group B.


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Group E includes Belgium, Slovakia, and Romania, with the final slot to be filled by the Path B play-off winner—among Israel,

Bosnia-Herzegovina, Ukraine, and Iceland. Group F comprises Turkey, Portugal, the Czech Republic, and the Path C play-off winner—Georgia, Greece, Kazakhstan, or Luxembourg—competing for a spot in the last 16.


Group A: Germany, Scotland, Hungary, Switzerland

Group B: Spain, Croatia, Italy, Albania

Group C: Slovenia, Denmark, Serbia, England

Group D: Play-off winner A, Netherlands, Austria, France

Group E: Belgium, Slovakia, Romania, Play-off winner B

Group F: Turkey, Play-off winner C, Portugal, Czech Republic

The tournament will maintain the Euro 2020 format, where the top two teams from each of the six groups will advance to the round of 16, joined by the four most successful third-placed finishers.

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