30 November 2019 18:44
England will learn their opponents for Euro 2020 when the draw for the finals take place. All eyes are on Bucharest on Saturday as the group stages for next summer's tournament takes place. The Three Lions will be joined in the hat by Wales, with Scotland, Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland all in the play-odds. Some things have already been decided with the the qualified nations of 12 host cities already put in specific groups. Gareth Southgate's side will play all three of their group games at Wembley, with the semi-finals and final also staged in the capital.
Euro 2016 winners Portugal will be in the hat, as will world champions France and usual suspects Germany, Spain and Holland. Follow live updates from the draw for the European Championships, which is set to get underway at around 5pm (UK). Euro 2020 draw: Find out how to watch the event The Euro 2020 draw will be held this evening at the Romexpo Centre in Bucharest, Romania. Next year's tournament will see 24 teams compete across 12 host cities. The qualifying campaign saw 20 teams secure their place in the draw, with the final four spots to be decided through the play-offs in March.
Pot 4: Wales and Finland, plus the four play-off winners. Teams have been split into four pots based on their seedings and six groups of four will be formed for the final tournament. Euro 2020 draw: Who will end up in which group? Euro 2020 draw: How will the event unfold? What time is the Euro 2020 draw? The draw gets underway at 5pm GMT, or 6pm local time. What TV channel is the Euro 2020 draw on? Fans in the UK can watch the event live on BBC Two this evening. If you live outside of the UK, head here to see how you can watch the Euro 2020 draw in your country. Can I live stream the Euro 2020 draw? Those in the UK can live stream the action for free via the BBC iPlayer on the BBC's website. UEFA's website will also be streaming the draw.