The draw for the 60th anniversary edition of Euro 2020 Qualifiers took place in Dublin and the 55 competing nations, who were waiting with much anticipation, are drawn into 10 separate groups — with five groups containing six teams and the other five having five teams each.
Germany, who finished 11th in League A of the UEFA Nations League is drawn into Group C, along with Netherlands, Northern Ireland, Estonia and Belarus.
Netherlands and Belarus have finished first in their respective groups in the Nations League while the other three teams are at the bottom of their groups; (Points - Germany: 2, Estonia: 4, Northern Ireland: 0)
Northern Ireland and Germany were in the same group in the finals of the previous edition of the tournament, in which the Germans reached the semifinal where they lost to France 2-0.
The qualifiers will commence on March 21, 2019. The top, two teams from each of the ten qualifying groups will go forward to the final tournament, which will be held between June 12, 2020 and July 12, 2020 in 12 different countries.
And now our #EURO2020 qualifying group is complete!— Germany (@DFB_Team_EN) December 2, 2018
Bring on the @EuroQualifiers #DieMannschaft pic.twitter.com/TRJ3E6b8sc
The ten qualifying groups:
The route to #EURO2020 has been mapped out! ️— UEFA EURO 2020 (@UEFAEURO) December 2, 2018
Which are the 3 toughest groups? pic.twitter.com/fzP8mReLn9
Interesting group #euro2020 #dfbteam #esmuellert https://t.co/mDblUfBZBL— Thomas Müller (@esmuellert_) December 2, 2018