England have been drawn against Croatia and Czech Republic in Group D at UEFA EURO 2020, with Wales alongside Italy, Switzerland and Turkey in Group A.
Germany will face world champions France and reigning European champions Portugal in Group F.
The winners of Scotland’s play-off path, which includes Norway, Serbia and Israel, will join England’s group.
Gareth Southgate’s World Cup semi-finalists will begin their campaign against Croatia at Wembley on 14 June.
The tournament’s opening game will see Italy host Turkey in Rome on 12 June.
Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland all feature in the play-offs next March, where 16 teams will compete to fill the final four places.
The tournament, which will take place in 12 cities across Europe, will be hosted across the continent for the first time to mark the 60th anniversary of the competition.
- Group A: Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, Wales
- Group B: Belgium, Russia, Denmark, Finland
- Group C: Ukraine, Netherlands, Austria, Path D/A*
- Group D: England, Croatia, Czech Republic, Path C**
- Group E: Spain, Poland, Sweden, Path B***
- Group F: Germany, France, Portugal, Path A/D*
*Iceland, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary / Georgia, North Macedonia, Kosovo, Belarus
**Scotland, Israel, Norway, Serbia
***Slovakia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland
Where and when do England play?
England, joint bookmakers’ favourites along with France to win the tournament, will benefit from hosting all three of their group games at Wembley.
Southgate’s side already knew they would be placed in Group D, with the qualified countries of the 12 host cities purposefully placed in specific groups to ensure at least two home games.
England’s tournament begins on Sunday, 14 June when they host Croatia at Wembley in a repeat of the 2018 World Cup semi-final which was won by Zlatko Dalic’s side.
Southgate’s side follow that up against the winner of play-off path C on 19 June and complete their group stage against Czech Republic on 23 June.
If England win their group, their last-16 tie would be in Dublin against the runner-ups in a hugely competitive looking Group F – which already includes Germany, France and Portugal – with a potential quarter-final in Rome.
Should they finish second, it would be a trip to Copenhagen against the runner-ups from Group E, which features Spain, before a quarter-final in St Petersburg. There are other possibilities if they are one of the best third-place finishers.
Where and when will Wales play?
Wales, semi-finalists in 2016, land in Group A alongside 1968 winners Italy, who won all 10 of their qualification matches and conceded just four goals.
They are joined by Switzerland, winners of their qualification group, and a Turkey side that earned a win and a draw against world champions France.
Italy will play their three group games at Rome’s Stadio Olimpico, with the other venue in the group being Baku’s Olympic Stadium.
Guaranteed to face at least one trip to Azerbaijan or Russia prior to the draw, Wales boss Ryan Giggs will be pleased with his side’s travel plans which sees them play twice in Baku before a final group match in the Italian capital.
Wales’ first test is against Switzerland on Saturday, 13 June, with Turkey their second Baku appointment on 17 June.
Their final Group A match is against Italy in Rome on 21 June.
What do Scotland and Northern Ireland need to do?
Triumph in the Euro 2020 play-offs in March, and Steve Clarke’s Scotland would end a 22-year wait for major tournament football.
That wait would come to an end against the Czech Republic in Glasgow on 15 June, with a trip to face England at Wembley following on Friday 19 June and a final group game at Hampden Park against Croatia four days later.
But first, Clarke’s side must find a way past Israel at home on 26 March.
Succeed, and they will then face an away tie against the winner of Norway’s play-off semi-final with Serbia five days later to battle for qualification.
Meanwhile, Northern Ireland are away to Bosnia-Herzegovina in their play-off semi-final, with the winner at home to the Republic of Ireland or Slovakia in the Path B final.
Saturday’s draw means Spain, Sweden and Poland would await Northern Ireland or the Republic of Ireland in Group E should they qualify.
However, with the play-off winners not being decided until 31 March, there remains a bit of a wait yet for the final groups to be confirmed.
More to follow.