The group stage of qualification is over for Euro 2016, and ahead of the playoffs draw on Sunday, we take a look at the teams that have already booked their place in France.
There will be 24 teams competing in the finals, with the French already assured of their place as hosts while 19 other nations have joined them as group qualifiers with four more joining them from the playoffs:
Fatih Terim’s men left it late as Selcuk Inan’s sensational free kick against Iceland on Tuesday night booked an automatic spot in the tournament next year as the best third-placed team.
Given their tradition of bringing drama and excitement to the big tournaments, expect plenty of entertainment from Terim’s men.
The hosts will hope that a lack of competitive football isn’t their undoing next summer, as they have won eight of 13 friendlies since the 2014 World Cup.
Having topped Group A, this organised Czech outfit will hope to cause an upset or two in the latter stages of next summer’s tournament.
Despite the likes of Turkey and the Netherlands being in their group, Iceland came through Group A in second place and booked their place at Euro 2016 with two games to spare.