The draw for the 2020 UEFA European Championship play-offs took place on Friday, revealing which teams will go head to head for the final spots in Europe's showpiece international tournament next year.
Following the conclusion of the Euro 2020 qualifiers earlier in the month, 20 teams have confirmed their participation in the tournament in June next year.
Belgium, Italy, England, Germany, Spain, Ukraine, France, Poland, Switzerland, Croatia, Netherlands, Russia, Portugal, Turkey, Denmark, Austria, Sweden, Czech Republic, Wales, and Finland are the nations who are guaranteed a spot at the European spectacle.
There are still four remaining places available, however, which will be competed for between 26 and 31 March 2020, between the 16 nations who qualified for the play-offs via their Euro 2020 qualifying results and UEFA Nations League co-efficients.
This year's play-off process differs from previous editions of the competition in that a different, single knock-out pathway to four unique finals has been created, from which the four winners will join the already-qualified nations.
You can see the full draw below, as illustrated on UEFA.com:
Semi-final 1 (1 vs 4): Georgia vs Belarus
Semi-final 2 (2 vs 3): North Macedonia vs Kosovo
The winner of Semi-final 1 will host the winner of Semi-final 2 in the Path D final.
Semi-final 1 (1 vs 4): Scotland vs Israel
Semi-final 2 (2 vs 3): Norway vs Serbia
The winner of Semi-final 2 will host the winner of Semi-final 1 in the Path C final.
Semi-final 1 (1 vs 4): Bosnia and Herzegovina vs Northern Ireland
Semi-final 2 (2 vs 3): Slovakia vs Republic of Ireland
The winner of Semi-final 1 will host the winner of Semi-final 2 in the Path B final.
Semi-final 1 (1 vs 4): Iceland vs Romania
Semi-final 2 (2 vs 3): Hungary vs Bulgaria
The winner of Semi-final 2 will host the winner of Semi-final 1 in the Path A final.
Click through the gallery below to see the 10 leading goalscorers in the Euro 2020 qualification campaign:
UEFA have also confirmed that a draw for the Euro 2020 group stage will take place on 30 November 2019, and that no additional draw will be required once the play-offs have been completed.
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