The draw for the qualifying stage of Euro 2024 took place on Sunday with Netherlands being drawn against France, the Republic of Ireland, Greece and Gibraltar.

Due to the successful Nations League campaign, Netherlands were seeded first for the draw and that means they would be in a group with only four other nations instead of five.

Netherlands were drawn into Group B and the next nation put into the group was France. The Republic of Ireland was next into the group, followed by Greece, and finally Gibraltar.

The top two teams from each group automatically qualify for the tournament which will be held in Germany. If Netherlands do not finish top two then they would go into the playoffs thanks to reaching the last four of the Nations League.

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