The European Championship will be held in Germany next summer, starting on June 14th.
Check out the countries that have secured their places in this prestigious 17th edition.
Albania has qualified for the European Championships only twice in its history after a nerve-wracking 1-1 draw against Moldova in the penultimate game.
Albania qualified automatically for the World Cup despite Poland’s draw with the second placed Czech Republic in the same evening.
Marcel Sabitzer’s penalty kick helped Austria beat Azerbaijan and qualify for the third consecutive European Championship last month.
Ralf Rangnick, who took charge last year following a spell at Manchester United, will aim to improve on their previous performance of reaching the 16th round.
After accumulating 20 points in eight qualifying matches, Belgium qualified for their 7th European Championship with a win of 3-2 over Austria.
Kevin De Bruyne will be a key player next summer. Romelu Lukaku, Jan Vertonghen and Jeremy Doku are also exciting young players that Domenico Tedesco can choose from.
Croatia was the last team to secure a place at Euro 2024 after securing a 1-0 victory over Armenia in order to finish second.
The captain, Luka Modric, will be playing in what is likely to be his final major tournament. He’ll join a host of other international stars who are proving themselves as a force.
Jaroslav Silhavy’s team struggled to qualify from Group E, but their 3-0 victory over Moldova in the final game sealed their place in Germany.
Despite finishing second behind the surprise of Albania, 1996’s runners-up will still be happy to participate in their eighth consecutive European Championship.
After beating Slovenia by 2-1 at their last match, and winning Group H after finishing first in the group, the semi-finalists of the Euros will take part in the next tournament in Germany.
The Danes won this crucial match with the help of Joakim Mahle and Thomas Delaney, two players who were part of the 1992 winning team.
Jude Bellingham’s outstanding performance last month helped England to win a comeback victory over Italy by 3-1, clinching a spot at Euro 2024.
Three Lions lost in Euro 2020 final on penalties against the Azzurri. They will be looking to take it one step further to win European glory in Germany.
France has been a force in the qualifying process, having won all of its seven matches so far. This includes a home victory over Gibraltar by 14-0.
Didier Deschamps’ squad is awash with talent, and Kylian Mbappe stands out as the most talented player. He will do everything he can to lead Les Bleus towards their first European Championship victory since 2000.
Germany is the host nation and they will want to win after last year’s disappointing World Cup group stages.
After Hansi Flick left in September, Julian Nagelsmann now has the reins and he would do well to build his squad around Bayern Munich’s Jamal Musiala.
After a 44 year absence, Hungary has qualified for its third European Championship in a row.
The Magyars secured their place in the showpiece next summer with a 2-2 draw against Bulgaria. With Dominik szoboszlai, the Magyars could have a major impact on Germany.
The holders Italy’s qualification race came down to the final match. A 0-0 score against Ukraine was all it took to secure their place.
England won Group C by six points over the Azzurri. Luciano Spalletti will have to make rapid improvements if he wants to retain his title next summer.
The Netherlands secured their spot at Euro 2024 by beating the Republic of Ireland 1-0 in their last game of Group B.
Ronald Koeman is the coach of 1988’s champions, who will look to better their previous last-16 finish in their final appearance on continental stage.
Portugal was the undisputed leader in Group J. They won all ten of their matches and had a plus-34 goal difference.
Cristiano Ronaldo will probably be playing his last international competition at Euro 2024. He will have Bruno Fernandes on his side, as well as Bernardo Silva and Rafael Leao.
Romania is guaranteed a place in the tournament and are undefeated after nine games. They have only conceded 5 goals.
In 2016, despite hosting games for Euro 2020, the country did not qualify. They were eliminated at group stage.
Scotland has qualified for back-to-back European Championships, the first since 1996. Five of eight matches were won — including last year’s 2-0 win over Spain.
Fans will have cautious optimism, especially with players like John McGinn and Andrew Robertson, as well as Scott McTominay.
Serbia qualified for Germany by drawing 2-2 with Bulgaria at home in the final qualifying match.
Montenegro’s defeat of Hungary by 3-1 on the same night ensured that Dusan Mitrovic and Aleksandar Mitrovic would be shown at Euro 2024.
The scenes of joy in Ljubljana were filled with jubilation when Benjamin Verbic’s last-minute strike against Kazakhstan secured Slovenia’s place at Euro 2024.
Matjas Kek’s team could be a surprise in Germany with the likes of Benjamin Sesko at the head and Jan Oblak between the sticks.
Slovakia’s spot in Euro 2024 was secured as Group J runner-up after a 4-2 win over Iceland at home, their penultimate game. They finished with 22 points.
Francesco Calzona, the manager of Napoli’s team, has a number of quality players at his disposal. These include Napoli centre-back Stanislav Lobotka as well as Paris Saint-Germain captain Milan Skriniar.
Spain’s 1-0 win in Norway secured its place at Euro 2024.
La Roja was a semi-finalist at the previous tournament, and has a core of exciting young players that are led by Rodri Carvajal and other experienced players.
Switzerland and Romania qualified for Group I, both having maintained unbeaten records.
Last time, they had their best European Championship performance. They reached the quarterfinals and were knocked by Spain via penalties.
The Turkey team was hailed as a dark horse at the previous Euros, but they fell at the first hurdle. They will now be eager to improve on their performance after they picked up 16 points in seven qualifiers matches.
Vincenzo Montella is blessed with a number of exciting players, but none are more impressive than Arda Guler (18), a midfielder who recently joined Real Madrid after joining Fenerbahce.