Cymru U21 have learned their 2025 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying opponents following the draw at UEFA HQ in Nyon, Switzerland.
Cymru, who were placed in Pot 4, were drawn out second in Group I and will face Lithuania, Iceland, Czech Republic and Denmark in a five-team group.
The qualifying campaign will be Cymru head coach Matty Jones’ first in charge of the side following his appointment in September last year.
The dates, venues and kick-off times for the qualifiers will be confirmed in due course.
The Road to UEFA Under-21 Championships
The 52 nations involved in qualifying will compete between March 2023 and November 2024 for 15 places alongside final tournament hosts Slovakia.
The nine group winners and the three best runners-up (not counting results against sixth-placed teams) will qualify directly for the final tournament.
The other six runners-up will play off over two legs for the remaining three finals berths in November 2024.
The finals tournament will take place in Slovakia and the matches will be played in eight venues in eight different cities across the country in the summer of 2025.
UEFA Euro Under-21 Qualifying Groups
Group A: Italy, Republic of Ireland, Norway, Turkey, Latvia, San Marino.
Group B: Spain, Belgium, Scotland, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Malta.
Group C: Netherlands, Sweden, Georgia, North Macedonia, Moldova, Gibraltar.
Group D: Germany, Poland, Israel, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Estonia.
Group E: Romania, Switzerland, Finland, Albania, Montenegro, Armenia.
Group F: England, Ukraine, Serbia, Northern Ireland, Azerbaijan, Luxembourg.
Group G: Portugal, Croatia, Greece, Belarus, Faroe Islands, Andorra.
Group H: France, Austria, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus.
Group I: Denmark, Czech Republic, Iceland, Cymru, Lithuania.