Joachim Löw’s Germany side will go up against the Netherlands, Northern Ireland, Estonia and Belarus on their quest to qualify for the 2020 UEFA European Championships.
Germany will be hoping to qualify for a tournament they have won three times in the past, in 1972, 1980 and 1996. The German squad know the squad their Dutch counterparts very well having faced them twice in the UEFA Nations League earlier this year.
Löw’s last appearance in the European Championships with Germany saw his side reach the semi-finals for a ninth time in their history, where they lost out in a 2-0 defeat to France.
The exact dates and fixtures are still to be confirmed, however we do know that the first round of qualification matches will begin on 21 March 2019.
EURO 2020 is the first European Championship tournament to be played without a specific host. The tournament will be played across 12 countries, in 12 cities, with the final to be played at Wembley Stadium in London on 12 July 2020.