The draw for the 2016 European Championships was made on Saturday evening.
The 24 teams who have qualified for next summer's European Championships in 2016 learned their fate on Saturday evening as the draw for the tournament was made.
The competition in France will be keenly-contested affair, with eight more teams added to the tournament compared to the 16-team format in recent years.
Group A sees hosts France go up against Switzerland, Romania and Albania, whilst England were handed a clash with Wales in Group B, alongside Russia and Slovakia.
Group C sees world champions Germany take on Northern Ireland, Poland and Ukraine, with Spain facing Croatia, Czech Republic and Turkey in Group D.
Finally, Group E is seen as the group of death given that Belgium, Italy, Ireland and Sweden will lock horns, and Portugal will be the clear favourites in Group F having been drawn alongside Austria, Hungary and Iceland.
After the groups were drawn, players took to Twitter in order to give their verdict on who they will be facing in France next summer.
Stoke duo Shay Given and Xherdan Shaqiri, Leicester pair Christian Fuchs and Gokhan Inler, Manchester City's Vincent Kompany, Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos and Barcelona's Arda Turan also took to Twitter to post messages to fans after the groups were announced.
Here are the tweets from some of the world's finest players after Saturday's Euro 2016 draw...
England, Slovakia & Russia! Will be incredible, bring it on!! #TogetherStronger— Ben Davies (@Ben_Davies33) December 12, 2015
Tough draw. Strong teams. But football is a game where 22 men chase a ball for 90 minutes and Turkey has the final word. @UEFAEURO— Arda Turan (@ArdaTuran) December 12, 2015
All getting very real now the draw has been made. Can't wait to face England #EURO2016— Aaron Ramsey (@aaronramsey) December 12, 2015