England and Wales have been drawn together in the same group at Euro 2016, while Belgium and Italy will also meet in France next summer.
Wales are competing in only their second major finals, after qualifying for the 1958 World Cup.
Belgium, currently world No. 1 in the FIFA Ranking, will take on Italy who lost to Spain in the final of Euro 2012.
Hosts France will kick off the tournament against Romania in Saint-Denis on Friday, June 10, before also playing Albania and Switzerland in Group A.
Germany and Poland have been drawn together again, along with Northern Ireland and Ukraine in Group C.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal look to have been handed a favourable draw in Group F, alongside Austria, Hungary and Iceland.
Republic of Ireland