MINSK, 10 October (BelTA) – The UEFA EURO 2024 qualifying draw took place in Frankfurt am Main on 9 October, BelTA has learned.
Belarus drew with Switzerland, Romania, Andorra, Israel and Kosovo in Group I.
The other groups are as follows:
Group A: Spain, Georgia, Norway, Scotland, Cyprus;
Group B: Netherlands, France, Republic of Ireland, Greece, Gibraltar;
Group C: England, Italy, Ukraine, Malta, North Macedonia;
Group D: Croatia, Wales, Armenia, Latvia, Turkey;
Group E: Poland, Czech Republic, Faroe Islands, Albania, Moldova;
Group F: Belgium, Sweden, Austria, Estonia, Azerbaijan;
Group G: Hungary, Lithuania, Montenegro, Serbia, Bulgaria;
Group H: Denmark, Finland, Slovenia, Northern Ireland, San Marino, Kazakhstan;
Group J: Portugal, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iceland, Slovakia, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein.
Group stage matches will begin 23 March and end 21 November 2023. The top two teams will each receive a direct ticket to the finals. Three more berths will be awarded in the knockout rounds in March 2024. The German national team is exempt from qualifying games. The continental final tournament will be played between 14 June and 14 July 2024, with 24 of the best teams from across Europe, in ten German cities. The opening match will be played in Munich, while the decisive match for the champion's title will be played in Berlin's Olympic Stadium.