After UEFA's 55 countries played dozens of games, the final 24 of Euro 2020 is taking shape, with 20 team securing qualification.
Plenty of Europe's top nations are ready to set sail for Euro 2020. Here are those who will take part in next summer's tournament.
Luckily for the rest, there is a second route to Euro 2020, but only four of the remaining 16 teams can make it.
Each of those will be divided into four groups, according to their position and performance in the Nations League.
Iceland, as the only team from League A, will be in Path A with their remaining opponents determined in a draw on Thursday.
Paths B and D are complete, while Path C will also be finalised in the same draw.
Path A: Iceland/ TBD / TBD / TBD
Path B: Bosnia / Slovakia / Ireland / Northern Ireland
Path C: Scotland, Norway, Serbia / TBD
Path D: Georgia / North Macedonia / Kosovo / Belarus
TBD: Bulgaria, Israel, Romania and Hungary can each be drawn in either Path A or C.
The playoff semi-finals will be played on March 26, 2020 with the finals on March 31.