The ceremony took place at the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg. The Eurocup will be held from June 14 to July 14 in ten cities in Germany.
Based on the results of the draw, Group A will feature the tournament’s host team, Germany, as well as teams from Scotland, Hungary and Switzerland.
Group B, which has already quickly been called the group of death, will feature teams from Spain, Croatia, Italy and Albania. Group C included Slovenia, Denmark, Serbia and England.
In group D, only three teams are known with certainty: Holland, Austria and France, as well as the winner of the play-offs in which Poland, Estonia, Wales and Finland face each other.
In group E there will be Belgium, Slovakia and Romania, in addition to the winner of the play-offs, where Bosnia and Herzegovina/Ukraine/Iceland/Israel will compete for a place.
Group F: Turkey, Portugal, Czech Republic and the winner of the Georgia/Luxembourg/Greece/Kazakhstan matches.
Germany and Scotland will meet in the opening match of Euro 2024 in Munich.