Republic of Ireland will wind up in a group containing Spain, Poland and Sweden in the Euro 2020 finals - if they progress through the playoffs in March.
In this evening's draw in Bucharest, the winners of the Path B qualifying bracket were placed in Group E alongside Spain, Poland and Sweden.
Mick McCarthy's side are facing into a four-team playoff in late March, requiring away wins against both Slovakia and the winners of the Bosnia-Northern Ireland tie to reach the European Championships.
In the event that Ireland do come through the March games, their Euro 2020 group schedule has already been determined.
Should Ireland qualify, they will play their opening two games at home, against Poland on Monday, 15 June and then against Sweden on Friday, 19 June.
Then they head to Bilbao to face Spain on Wednesday, 24 June.
Elsewhere in the draw, England could potentially face Scotland in the Euro 2020 finals - should Steve Clarke's side emerge from the 'Path C' qualifying bracket in March.
Gareth Southgate's side know they will again meet their World Cup 2018 nemesis Croatia, along with their qualification rivals Czech Republic. The winner of the Path C playoff (Scotland, Serbia, Norway, Israel) complete the quartet.
Group F has undoubtedly emerged as the most treacherous of them all, with France, Germany and Portugal all plonked together, alongside the unfortunate winners of the Path A qualifying bracket (Iceland, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary).
Ryan Giggs' Wales, meanwhile, already know the identity of all three of their Group A opponents having been grouped with Italy, Switzerland and Turkey.
Ireland's qualification nemesis Denmark are in Group B alongside Finland, Belgium and Russia, while Group C contains Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria and the winners of the Path D playoff (Georgia, Belarus, North Macedonia, Kosovo).