Yesterday the drawings for the Euro 2016 qualification groups were made, which will lead to which 24 teams that can be followed in France in the summer of 2016. There were five different layers of seeding, with the first layer being the best teams and so forth.
From all the groups, the winner and the second place will go directly to the Euro Cup, while the best team to finish in third place from all groups combined also will get a ticket directly. The remaining teams finishing third in their group will then have to play play-off games against each other and the winner of the two matches will also go to the Euro 2016.
The draw was finished at around 13.00 CET and gave the following nine groups:
Group A: Holland, Kazakhstan, Iceland, Turkey and Czech Republic
Group B: Bosnia, Andorra, Cyprus, Wales, Israel and Belgium
Group C: Spain, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Belarus, Slovakia and Ukraine
Group D: Germany, Gibraltar, Georgia, Scotland, Poland and Ireland
Group E: England, San Marino, Lithuania, Estonia, Slovenia and Switzerland
Group F: Greece, Faroe Islands, Northern Ireland, Finland, Romania and Hungary
Group G: Russia, Liechtenstein, Moldova, Montenegro, Austria and Sweden
Group H: Italy, Malta, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Norway and Croatia
Group I: Portugal, Denmark, Albania, Armenia, Serbia and France (Games against France doesn't give points as they are hosts and therefore already qualified)
Good luck to all the national teams!