Elite round draw
Group 1 (29 May-3 June): Spain, Portugal, Georgia*, Turkey
Group 2 (26-31 March): Slovakia, Republic of Ireland, Germany* (holders), Czech Republic
Group 3 (26-31 March): Russia, Sweden*, Belgium, Lithuania
Group 4 (26-31 March): Netherlands*, Switzerland, Serbia, Norway
Group 5 (14-19 May): Montenegro, Ukraine, Poland, Bosnia and Herzegovina*
Group 6 (26-31 March): Italy, Austria*, Croatia, Scotland
Group 7 (26-31 March): England, France*, Denmark, Azerbaijan
• The seven group winners join hosts Greece in the finals from 6–19 July 2015.
11.20CET, 3 December, Nyon
Elite round draw procedure
There are four seeding pots according to the coefficient ranking list, with the seven countries with the highest coefficient in Pot A (Spain, given a bye, and the seven sides who won their three qualifying round games with the best goal difference/goals scored), the next eight in Pot B, and so on. No team can play an opponent they met in the qualifying round. Each group will comprise one side from each pot, with hosts then appointed to hold the mini-tournaments to be completed by 3 June.
Pot A: Spain, England, Russia*, Italy, Netherlands, Slovakia, Montenegro
Pot B: Austria, Portugal, Switzerland, Ukraine*, France, Sweden, Republic of Ireland
Pot C: Croatia, Germany (holders), Poland, Denmark, Belgium, Serbia, Georgia
Pot D: Czech Republic, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkey, Norway, Lithuania, Azerbaijan, Scotland
Bye to the finals: Greece (hosts)
*Due to a decision of the UEFA Emergency Committee, Russia cannot be placed in a group with Ukraine.
• The seven group winners qualify to join hosts Greece in the finals from 6–19 July 2015.
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