The Republic of Ireland have been drawn to face Switzerland and Denmark in the Euro 2020 qualifiers.
Mick McCarthy's side was drawn in Ground D, where they will also face Georgia and Gibraltar.
The #Euro2020draw for Group D is complete— RTÉ Soccer (@RTEsoccer) December 2, 2018
Republic of Ireland
The Euros in 2020 will celebrate the 60th anniversary of UEFA's most prestigious competition, and uniquely, 12 cities, including Dublin, will share hosting duties.
All 55 UEFA members are taking part in the draw for the qualifiers, which will determine the ten groups comprising of either five or six teams.
Gasps in Dublin as Ireland appear to be drawn into a group with Germany and Netherlands but they quickly turn to cheers as the two-hosts only rule means we move to Group D instead #Euro2020draw pic.twitter.com/Q6FVnKkHf1— RTÉ Soccer (@RTEsoccer) December 2, 2018
Twenty teams will qualify directly from the group stage, the top two in each section, with the remaining four places going to winners of the Nations League play-offs.