The draw for the UEFA EURO 2020 finals took place in Bucharest on Saturday night.

Conducted by eleven legends from across Europe, including Iker Casillas and Philipp Lahm, the draw determined the six groups at next summers tournament. 

As one of the host stadiums, Hampden Park's opening game of the tournament will take place on 15 June. 

England, Croatia and Czech Republic make up Group D so far and the final spot will be taken by the winner of March's League C play-off. 

England will play all of their group games at Wembley Stadium, meaning the following three group stage games will take place in Glasgow:

15 June, 2020: Play-off winner C v Czech Republic 
19 June, 2020: Croatia v Czech Republic
23 June, 2020: Croatia v Play-off winner C

Glasgow will also host one Last 16 fixture.

Following Saturday's draw, the stage is now set should Scotland qualify for the tournament next summer. 

Scotland face Israel at Hampden Park in the play-off semi-final on 26 March, 2020 and should Steve Clarke's side emerge victorious they will face a trip to either Norway or Serbia in the final hurdle of the bid for qualification. 

If the Scots succeed in these crunch matches, they will face Czech Republic in the opening game at EURO 2020. 

Following that match would be a tantalising trip to Wembley Stadium to take on Gareth Southgate's England on 19 June. 

The final group stage match would be a clash against Croatia in Glasgow. 

The stage is set and the anticipation for next summer's tournament is building across Europe.