- France, Germany and Portugal were drawn in the Group-F at UEFA EURO 2020.
- England have been drawn against Croatia and the Czech Republic in Group-D
- Italy alongside Wales, Switzerland and Turkey in Group A.
- Spain alongside Poland and Sweden in Group E
Euro 2020 draw, has already decided the groups of twenty participating nations out of final twenty-four, which will lock horn for the best team in Europe during 12th June, 2020 to 12th July, 2020.
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 in Group D.
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 [Note 1]
- Group D: England, Croatia, Czech Republic, Path C [Note 2]
- Group E: Spain, Poland, Sweden, Path B [Note 2]
- Group F: Germany, France, Portugal, Path A/D [Note 1]
Note 1 – The allocation of the play-off winners into Group C and F depends on the results of Play-off Path A
Note 2 – Potential tournament host, which if qualified, will play two group stage matches at home.
Group F – Group of Death!
Reaction from the managers of France, Germany and Portugal to the Euro 2020 draw
World champions France, European champions Portugal and the previous World Cup winners Germany are all together with one play-off team in Group F.
This is only the second major tournament where the world champions and the European champions will have met in the group stage – after Euro 1992, when the Netherlands beat Germany.
Germany, who won the 2014 World Cup, will host their three group games in Munich, with the other matches in Budapest. If Hungary win their play-offs, they will be in the group, hosting two games.
One big boost for the trio is that four of the tournament’s six third-placed teams go into the last 16.
“This is a group of death,” said Germany boss Joachim Low.
“The games in Munich will be football festivals. The expectations will be quite high. For our young team, this will be a huge challenge but also a big motivation. This is the reward for winning the qualifier group.”