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Euro 2020 finals draw: Date, time, teams and how to watch it live

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Euro 2020 finals draw

Euro 2020 finals draw

What, When and where is it?

The Draw for the group stage of the Euro 2020 tournament. It will take place in Bucharest, Romania on Saturday 30 November in

What time does it start?

The draw will start at 5pm GMT.

How can I watch it?

BBC Two as well as online via the BBC iPlayer – as well as on the Uefa website

Who has qualified for Euro 2020?

As it stands 20 teams have booked their spot for the Euro 2020 tournament

  • England
  • Czech Republic
  • Ukraine
  • Portugal
  • Germany
  • Holland
  • Switzerland
  • Denmark
  • Croatia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Poland
  • Austria
  • France
  • Turkey
  • Belgium
  • Russia
  • Italy
  • Finland
  • Wales

There are still 16 teams fighting for the remaining four places left through the play offs. These teams include: Iceland, Bulgaria, Bosnia, Slovakia, Belarus, Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Norway, Serbia, Kosovo Israel, Hungary, Georgia, North Macedonia and Romania

How does the draw work?

The following host nations have already qualified

Group A: Italy

Group B: Russia and Denmark

Group C: Holland

Group D: England

Group E: Spain

Group F: Germany

 

All host (12) cities are split across the six groups. If a host nation does qualify they will be put into the group which has scheduled games in their country. When the play offs are finalised, any remaining places in the groups will be allocated by drawing the countries out of four post (see below), these teams are seeded on where they finished in the qualifying groups.

Uefa have stated they will not let certain counties in the same group, for instance, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo, Azerbaijan and Armenia or Ukraine and Russia.

 

The pots

One team from each of the following pots will go into each of the groups (A, B, C, D, E or F).

 

Pot 1: Italy (hosts), England (hosts), Germany (hosts), Spain (hosts), Ukraine, Belgium.

Pot 2: Poland, Switzerland, Croatia, France, Netherlands (hosts), Russia (hosts).

Pot 3: Turkey, Denmark (hosts), Austria, Portugal, Czech Republic, Sweden.

Pot 4: Wales, Finland, Winner play-off Path A, Winner play-off Path B, Winner play-off Path C, Winner play-off Path D.

 

Play-offs will be played in late March 2020.

 

Who could England get?

England will be in Group D. Scotland will join them if they win their play-off in March.

 

Otherwise, as a Pot 1 team England can be drawn against any non-host nation team from Pots 2, 3 and 4.

 

So, England will be drawn against one of:

France, Poland, Switzerland or Croatia

Portugal, Turkey, Austria, Sweden or Czech Republic; and

Wales, Finland or one of the play-off winners

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