The round one draw for the 2023/24 UEFA Women’s European Championships was made in Zurich this morning, with both Scotland teams placed in their respective 'League A' categories. It follows promotion from victories earlier this year.  

The under-17s were first to be drawn - they are in Group A3, alongside France, Slovenia and Italy.

It follows back-to-back 4-nil victories against Israel and Georgia in Edinburgh in March.

League A

Group A1: Spain, Portugal, Czechia, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Group A2: Poland, Republic of Ireland, Norway, Iceland

Group A3: France (holders), Slovenia, Italy (mini-tournament hosts), Scotland

Group A4: Germany, Romania, Austria, Ukraine

Group A5: Switzerland, Netherlands, Finland, Bulgaria

Group A6: England, Belgium, Hungary, Northern Ireland

Group A7: Sweden (final tournament hosts), Denmark, Belarus, Greece

Matches will be played on 9, 12 and 15 October.

Scotland Women's under-19s

Next up for the draw was the under-19s, they were placed in Group A7 along with Iceland, Serbia and Belarus. 

Scotland have also been named hosts of the mini-tournament in October. 

The young team secured two impressive wins earlier in the year to ensure promotion to the top tier.

League A

Group A1: France, Italy, Hungary, Northern Ireland

Group A2: Czechia, England, Greece, Wales

Group A3: Austria, Denmark, Poland, Montenegro

Group A4: Germany, Finland, Norway, Israel

Group A5: Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Türkiye

Group A6: Netherlands, Republic of Ireland, Belgium, Faroe Islands

Group A7: Iceland, Serbia, Belarus, Scotland (hosts)

Matches to be played on 25, 28 & 31 October