Are you ready for another international tournament?
It’s still a weird feeling to be excited about England heading into a qualifying campaign.
But under Gareth Southgate and his merry band of young stars we’ve got something to look forward to.
The draw for Euro 2020 took place in Dublin this morning and England were drawn with Czech Republic as their biggest rivals for top spot.
Alongside the Czechs, Bulgaria, Montenegro and Kosovo make up the group.
England were in the UEFA Nations League pot, thanks to making the last four of the new competition by topping a group featuring Spain and Croatia.
The Three Lions were drawn out first in Group A as the one of the top, top seeds and thankfully dodged Germany from the second pot.
Start booking your tickets, lads.
Northern Ireland face a difficult task of making the tournament after being drawn with Holland, Germany, Estonia and Belarus in Group C.
Wales will have to navigate Slovakia, Croatia, Hungary and Azerbaijan in Group E.
While Scotland are in Group I with Belgium, Russia, Cyprus, Kazakhstan and San Marino.
Euro 2020 will be the first tournament to be co-hosted across a continent, and if England make it to the final they will be playing in front of their home fans.
Wembley is due to host matches in the group stage, one in the last 16, both semi-finals and the final.
The qualifiers will take place between March and November 2019.
Buckle up, it’s time for another fun journey with an exciting England team.
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