Germany will host next summer’s European Championship, which kicks off on June 14.
We take a look at the nations who have booked their place in the prestigious tournament’s 17th edition.
Albania will compete at the European Championship for only the second time in their history following a nervy 1-1 draw with Moldova in their penultimate game.
An 87th-minute equaliser was not enough to prevent Albania qualifying at the expense of Poland, who also drew with second-placed Czech Republic and will miss next summer’s tournament.
Marcel Sabitzer scored from the penalty spot to help Austria edge past Azerbaijan last month and secure a third successive European Championship appearance.
Ralf Rangnick took over last year after a stint at Manchester United and will be aiming to better their previous effort of reaching the last 16.
Belgium will be appearing at their seventh European Championship after amassing 17 points from seven qualifiers — sealing passage with a 3-2 win in Austria last month.
Kevin De Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku and Jan Vertonghen will provide key experience next summer, while manager Domenico Tedesco also has exciting youngsters to pick from in Jeremy Doku and Lois Openda.
Semi-finalists at the last Euros, Denmark will be part of the action in Germany next summer after beating Slovenia 2-1.
Joakim Maehle and Thomas Delaney were on target in a crucial win that took them three points clear of Slovenia and an unassailable four ahead of third-placed Kazakhstan in Group H.
Jude Bellingham’s starring performance helped England complete a 3-1 comeback win over Italy to clinch a place at Euro 2024.
The Three Lions fell short in the final at Euro 2020 losing on penalties to the Azzurri — and will want to go a step further in Germany in search of European glory.
France have been unstoppable in qualifying thus far, winning all seven of their matches — including a 14-0 home triumph over Gibraltar.
Didier Deschamps’ squad oozes talent in every department, with captain Kylian Mbappe the standout name and he will be desperate to guide Les Bleus to a first European Championship triumph since 2000.
Germany automatically qualify as hosts and will be eager to succeed after their group stage exit at last winter’s World Cup.
Julian Nagelsmann is now the man in charge following Hansi Flick’s departure in September and the new boss would be wise to build his team around Bayern Munich starlet Jamal Musiala.
Hungary have qualified for their third consecutive European Championship after a 44-year absence from the competition.
A 2-2 draw at Bulgaria secured the Magyars’ place at next summer’s showpiece and with skipper Dominik Szoboszlai evolving into one of the world’s best players at Liverpool, Marco Rossi’s side could make a significant impact in Germany.
Netherlands booked their place at Euro 2024 with a 1-0 home victory over the Republic of Ireland in their penultimate game in Group B.
The 1988 champions are led by Ronald Koeman and will be looking to improve on their last-16 exit in their last appearance on the continental stage.
Portugal have been all-conquering in Group J, tasting victory in all nine of their games and boasting a goal difference of plus 32.
Euro 2024 will likely be Cristiano Ronaldo’s last major international tournament and he will be supported by the likes of Bruno Fernandes, Bernardo Silva, Rafael Leao and Joao Felix.
Romania are unbeaten after nine matches in Group I, boasting a robust defence that has only conceded five goals.
Despite co-hosting games at Euro 2020, they did not qualify and exited at the group stage in 2016.
Scotland will be playing at back-to-back European Championships for the first time since 1996 thanks to five wins from seven qualifiers — including a 2-0 victory over Spain last March.
The Spaniards’ win in Oslo booked the Tartan Army’s tickets to Germany and with the likes of Scott McTominay, John McGinn, Andrew Robertson and Kieran Tierney shining under Steve Clarke, fans will be cautiously optimistic.
Serbia booked their ticket to Germany as they drew 2-2 at home to Bulgaria.
Montenegro’s 3-1 defeat to Hungary ensured the likes of Dusan Tadic and Aleksandar Mitrovic a spot at Euro 2024.
Slovakia secured their spot at Euro 2024 as Group J runners-up with a convincing 4-2 home victory over Iceland, taking them to 19 points from nine qualifiers.
Manager Francesco Calzona has some quality operators at his disposal, including Napoli lynchpin Stanislav Lobotka and Paris Saint-Germain centre-back Milan Skriniar — who captains the side.
Spain’s 1-0 victory in Norway last month secured their place at Euro 2024.
Switzerland qualified alongside Romania having also maintained an unbeaten qualifying record.
They enjoyed their best performance at the European Championship last time around, reaching the quarter-finals before being knocked out by Spain on penalties.
Turkey were tipped as dark horses at the last Euros but faltered at the first hurdle, so they will be keen to give a better account of themselves after picking up 16 points from seven qualifying matches.
Manager Vincenzo Montella has some exciting talents available to him — none more so than 18-year-old midfielder Arda Guler, who joined Real Madrid from Fenerbahce in the summer.