The draw for next summer's Euro 2020 finals tournament has been made.
There will be 24 nations taking part in the competition, which is hosted all across the continent.
So far, 20 teams have qualified, while four more have a chance to book their place through the playoffs.
Those fixtures will be taking place in March, meaning that although the teams have been drawn, groups won't be finalised until next year.
Still, you can check out the draw - with each group's host cities in brackets - below.
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Group A (Rome, Baku)
Group B (Saint Petersburg, Copenhagen)
Group C (Amsterdam, Bucharest)
Winner play-off path D (Georgia, Belarus, North Macedonia, Kosovo)
Group D (London, Glasgow)
Winner play-off path C (Scotland, Israel, Norway or Serbia)
Group E (Bilbao, Dublin)
Winner play-off path B (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Northern Ireland, Slovakia or Republic of Ireland)
Group F (Munich, Budapest)
Winner play-off path A (Iceland, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary)
As the winners of play-off path C will be in England's group, we won't know for sure which nation will qualify until the games are played in March.
But, we do know it will be one of Scotland, Norway, Serbia or Israel.
The same can be said for Group E, where Northern Ireland, Bosnia-Herzegovina the Republic of Ireland or Slovakia will join those already qualified.
In terms of England though, most fans will be happy with that draw. Plus, the Three Lions will be playing all of their group games at Wembley Stadium.
With home advantage, we're expecting Gareth Southgate's side to make it through to the knockout stages.
But check out the group of death! Germany, France and Portugal all in Group F. We can't wait for that.
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