Scotland Under-19s and Scotland Under-17s have both learned their fate for the first rounds of their respective UEFA EURO 2025 qualifiers, at this morning's draws at UEFA HQ in Nyon. 

The Under-19 tournament will take place in Romania next summer, with the Under-17 competition being hosted by Albania.

Scotland Men's Under-19s were drawn into Group 5 for the 2024-25 Under-19 EURO qualifying round, alongside France, Wales and Liechenstein.

Scotland Men's Under-17s were drawn into Group 8 alongside Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and Lithuania.

Both group stages will take place in the autumn, with the top two sides progressing to the Elite Rounds in early 2025. The final eight teams then progress through to the finals. 

Scotland Men's Under-19s reached the Elite Round this year but were unable to reach the finals, while Scotland Under-17s were also unable to qualify this year, despite reaching the finals in 2022 and 2023. 

The venues and hosts for the two qualifying rounds will be confirmed in due course. 

Scotland Men's Under-17s: Group 8

Republic of Ireland
Northern Ireland

Scotland Men's Under-19s: Group 5