Seven groups of four have been formed to produce Armenia's finals opponents.
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Elite round draw
Elite round draw (20–26 March)
Group 1: Republic of Ireland, Russia*, Azerbaijan, Romania
Group 2: Greece, Czech Republic, England*, Denmark
Group 3: Germany, Hungary, Norway, Croatia*
Group 4: Spain, Netherlands*, Wales, Slovenia
Group 5: France*, Israel, Switzerland, Poland
Group 6: Portugal* (holders), Scotland, Turkey, Cyprus
Group 7: Italy*, Serbia, Ukraine, Belgium
How the draw worked
• There were four seeding pots in accordance with the coefficient ranking list, with the seven countries with the highest coefficients in Pot A, the next seven in Pot B, and so on.
Pot A: Portugal (holders), Germany, Greece, Spain, Italy, Republic of Ireland, France
Pot B: Scotland, Serbia, Israel, Russia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Netherlands
Pot C: England, Ukraine, Turkey, Wales, Switzerland, Azerbaijan, Norway
Pot D: Belgium, Croatia, Romania, Slovenia, Denmark, POland, Cyprud
• No team could play a nation they met in the qualifying round. Due to previous decisions of the UEFA Executive Committee, Russia and Ukraine cannot be drawn together.
• Each group comprises one side from each pot, with the hosts then appointed to hold the mini-tournaments, which must be completed by 19 May.
• The group winners qualify to join hosts Armenia in the finals from 14 to 27 July.
Who was in which qualifying round group?
Group 1: Israel, Azerbaijan
Group 2: Italy, Denmark
Group 3: Czech Republic, Croatia
Group 4: Scotland, Wales
Group 5: Turkey, England
Group 6: France, Belgium
Group 7: Hungary, Slovenia
Group 8: Ukraine, Norway
Group 9: Serbia, Poland
Group 10: Republic of Ireland, Netherlands
Group 11: Russia, Cyprus
Group 12: Spain, Switzerland
Group 13: Greece, Romania
Bye: Portugal (holders), Germany