The 24 national teams that will face in ‘EURO 2020’ next summer, postponed for 2021 due to the pandemic, are completed.
The European Championship in 2021 will be held in 12 countries during June and July.
After the play-off finals within the League of Nations, national teams such as Hungary, Slovakia, Scotland and Northern Macedonia secured a place to complete the groups.
Hungary will be in Group F, with France, Portugal and Germany, while Slovakia in Group E, with Spain, Sweden and Poland.
Scotland will be part of Group D, with England, Croatia and the Czech Republic, and for the first time Northern Macedonia will be part of the European and is in Group C, with the Netherlands, Ukraine and Austria.
Hungary and Slovakia will both play some of their home matches, as Budapest and Glasgow are part of the cities where the European matches will take place, along with London, Bilbao, Munich, Baku, Rome, Copenhagen, Dublin, Amsterdam, Bucharest and St. Petersburg.