Scotland Men's Under-19s have been drawn into Group 5 for the next stage of qualifying for UEFA EURO 2024, as the draw took place this morning in Nyon.
The Elite Round will take place in March, with the group winners qualifying for the finals in Northern Ireland next summer.
Scotland have been drawn alongside Czech Republic, Georgia and Italy in Group 5. The matches will take place in Italy.
Billy Stark's young side impressed in the qualifying round in November, finishing top of a group that included Bulgaria, Andorra and Serbia.
Scotland began with a 0-0 draw against hosts Bulgaria, before defeating Andorra 3-1. Goals from Magnus Mackenzie and Malachi Sharpe then secured a hard-fought 2-1 win over Serbia.
Scotland will begin with a match against Italy on Wednesday, March 20. Stark's side will then take on Georgia three days later and finish with a game against Czech Republic on Tuesday, March 26.