The draw for the Euro 2023 U21 was held at 12:30 pm at UEFA headquarters in Neon, Switzerland.
Belgium were in the top 2 to avoid rivals such as Austria, Poland, Switzerland or Russia.
Group A: Croatia, Austria, Norway, Finland, Azerbaijan, Estonia
Group B: Germany, Poland, Israel, Hungary, Latvia, San Marino
Group C: Spain, Russia, Slovakia, Northern Ireland, Lithuania, Malta
Group D: Portugal, Greece, Iceland, Belarus, Cyprus, Liechtenstein
Group E: Netherlands, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Wales, Moldova, Gibraltar
Group F: Italy, Sweden, Ireland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Luxembourg
Group G: England, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Albania, Kosovo, Andorra
Group H: France, Serbia, Ukraine, Northern Macedonia, Faroe Islands, Armenia
Group I: Denmark, Belgium, Turkey, Scotland, Kazakhstan
Along with co-organizers Georgia and Romania for the final tournament, 53 competing teams will compete in 20 venues from 20 locations until March 2022.
Imps failed to qualify for Euro 2021 jointly organized by Hungary and Slovenia, which will have a new format: the group stage will take place from March 24 to 31, 2021, and the competition stage from May 31 to June 6, 2021.