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although seeded in the draw, the Red Devils could fall on very heavy

Belgium will be in Pot 1 of the Euro 2024 qualifying draw scheduled for Sunday, October 9 in Frankfurt, Germany. The Red Devils could, however, inherit one of the two Scarecrows present in Hat 2.

In pot 1, established on the basis of the Nations League rankings, Belgium is accompanied by Portugal, Hungary, Switzerland, Poland and Denmark. Having qualified for the Final Four of the Nations League, the Netherlands, Croatia, Spain and Italy completely this Pot 1 and will be automatically placed in a group of five teams.

Following their poor results in the Nations League, France and England find themselves in pot 2 with Austria, Czechia, Wales, Israel, Bosnia, Serbia, Scotland and Finland. Germany is directly qualified as host country.

Following the sanctions after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Russia is still suspended from all competitions of UEFA, the European Football Union, and cannot participate in the qualifications. Belarus, the only country that has shown its support for Russia, is present in hat 5.

The 53 nations will be divided into ten groups: seven of five teams and three of six teams. The first two of each group will qualify for the Euro. The last three tickets will be played during the play-offs in March 2024.

The qualifications for the Euro will be played from March to November 2023.

The hats for the Euro 2024 qualifying draw

Hat 1: Netherlands, Croatia, Spain, Italy, Denmark, Portugal, Belgium, Hungary, Switzerland, Poland.

Hat 2: France, Austria, Czechia, England, Wales, Israel, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Scotland, Finland.

Hat 3: Ukraine, Iceland, Norway, Slovenia, Ireland, Albania, Montenegro, Romania, Sweden, Armenia.

Hat 4: Georgia, Greece, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Luxembourg, Azerbaijan, Kosovo, Bulgaria, Faroe Islands, North Macedonia.

Hat 5: Slovakia, Northern Ireland, Cyprus, Belarus, Lithuania, Gibraltar, Estonia, Latvia, Moldova, Malta.

Hat 6: Andorra, Saint-Marin, Liechtenstein.

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