The Euro 2024 qualifying play-offs draw has been made at UEFA headquarters in Nyon.
21 teams have already qualified for next summer’s European Championships, leaving just three spots up for grabs.
Here is the play-off draw in full:
Play-off Path A
Semi-finals: Poland vs Estonia & Wales vs Finland.
Final host: Wales/Finland.
Play-off Path B
Semi-finals: Israel vs Iceland & Bosnia & Herzegovina vs Ukraine.
Final host: Bosnia/Ukraine.
Play-off Path C
Semi-finals: Georgia vs Luxembourg & Greece vs Kazakhstan.
Final host: Georgia/Luxembourg.
How do the Euro 2024 play-offs work?
Each play-off path will feature two single-elimination semi-finals and one single-elimination final, with the three path winners qualifying for the European Championships.
The teams with a higher UEFA Nations League ranking will host their semi-final ties, while the three final hosts were determined at random during the course of today’s draw.
Any matches that Ukraine and Israel are scheduled to host may have to take place at neutral venues, given the ongoing situations in those two countries.
When are the Euro 2024 play-offs scheduled to take place?
All six semi-finals will take place on Thursday 21 March 2024, with the three finals on Tuesday 26 March 2024.
When is the draw for Euro 2024?
Before these play-off ties take place, the 12 teams will know their potential opponents at the Euros.
That’s because the final tournament draw will take place on Saturday 2 December at the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg, scheduled to start at 5pm (GMT) or 6pm (CET).
Three balls indicated by Play-off Path A, B and C winner will feature in pot 4 of that draw.