The UEFA Euro 2024 finals draw is set to take place this weekend where Wales will learn who they could come up against if they make it out of the play-offs. 

Rob Page's men missed out on automatic qualification to the 2024 tournament, which is to be held in Germany, after finishing third in Group D behind Turkey and Croatia.

They must now make their way through two games in the Euro 2024 playoffs to have a chance of playing in the tournament next year. 

Wales' play-off semi-final is against Finland at home on March 21, 2024 and if they win that, they will face either Poland or Estonia on March 26.

If they win both of those games they will make it through to the final draw of the Euro 2024 event, where sides like Germany, England, France and Spain could be waiting (depending on the weekend's draw).

How to watch the Euro 2024 finals draw in Wales?

The Euro 2024 finals draw will take place at 6pm (local time) on Saturday, December 2 at the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg, Germany.

It will be streamed live on UEFA’s official website, YouTube channel and app.

Additionally, BBC Two will be showing the draw from 5.15pm.

Who could Wales get in the Euro 2024 finals draw?

The playoff winners are in Pot 4 along with Italy, Serbia and Switzerland. 

One team from each pot is assigned to a pool group for the tournament.

So Wales, if they are successful in the playoffs, could face anyone from Pots 1, 2 or 3. 

This means they could be drawn to play against any of the following countries:

Pot 1

  • Germany
  • Portugal
  • France
  • Spain
  • Belgium
  • England

Pot 2

  • Hungary
  • Turkey
  • Romania
  • Denmark
  • Albania
  • Austria

Pot 3

  • Netherlands
  • Scotland
  • Croatia
  • Slovenia
  • Slovakia
  • Czech Republic

How does the Euro 2024 finals draw work?

The countries that have qualified for UEFA Euro 2024 plus the three countries that will earn a place through the play-offs have been split into four pots.

Six countries are in each pot and will be drawn into six pool groups with four sides in each.

Hosts Germany are seeded in Pot 1 but are not drawn as they are automatically allocated to Group A, the UEFA website says. 

Teams will then be allocated into positions within their groups, once again determined by drawing out of a (different) pot.