The Euro 2020 Playoff Finals will decide the last four teams to play at the rescheduled tournament in 2021, here's everything you need to know
Path A: Hungary v Iceland (20:45 CET)
Path B: Northern Ireland v Slovakia (20:45)
Path C: Serbia v Scotland (20:45)
Path D: Georgia v North Macedonia (18:00)
Where: The team on the left has home advantage.
24 teams will play across 12 European cities in 12 different countries from 11 June to 11 July 2021, celebrating the 60th 'birthday' of the European Championships.
The tournament was delayed by a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Wembley Stadium in London is scheduled to host the semi-finals and final of the tournament.
And with 20 of 24 teams already decided, four more sets of fans will get to join the party next summer.
The 20 teams that have already booked safe passage to Euro 2020 are:
Group A: Turkey, Italy, Wales, Switzerland
Group B: Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Russia
Group C: Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria, play-off winner D or A
Group D: England, Croatia, play-off winner C, Czech Republic
Group E: Spain, Sweden, Poland, play-off winner B
Group F: play-off winner A or D, Portugal, France, Germany
Who will join them?
The Puskas Arena in Budapest will host this playoff final, the home side beat Bulgaria for the first time in 63 years in the semi final to make it this far, and now face Iceland.
An extra incentive for Hungary is that should they win, they will play their first two tournament matches at home in the Puskas Arena.
But Iceland have outperformed at recent international tournaments, famously defeating England in the Round of 16 at Euro 2016 to make the quarter-finals, then qualifying for their first World Cup at Russia 2018.
The winner of this playoff gets to play in a fearful group with defending champions Portugal, World Cup winners France, and Germany.
Players to watch:
Hungary have a strong defensive lynchpin in Willi Orban, an RB Leipzing centre back who scored a couple of goals in their qualifying campaign, and midfielder Mate Patkai also bagged a brace on their way to the playoffs, including one of two when Hungary beat World Cup finalists Croatia 2-1 in March 2019.
For Iceland Gylfi Sigurdsson was the hero when he scored both goals against Romania in the playoff semi-final, no doubt he's the man to watch.
Both Northern Ireland and Slovakia made this final on penalties at Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republic of Ireland's expense.
It suggests that we're in for another tight game that could potentially go the distance to extra time and penalties again.
Players to watch:
Slovakia have a strong team with former Napoli playmaker Marek Hamšík, who now plays in China, probably the visiting side’s best known player - but Lazio’s Denis Vavro, Napoli's Stanislav Lobotka and Parma’s Juraj Kucka are all accomplished footballers.
Northern Ireland managed to knock out a team that included Edin Dzeko and Miralem Pjanic in the semi final, and have every chance of making a dream second Euros in-a-row.
Ex Manchester United and current Leicester City man Jonny Evans marshalls the defence, captain Steven Davis brings plenty of experience to the midfield and Niall McGinn is the man for the big occasion.
Get ready for a nail-biter at Windsor Park in Belfast.
Serbia defeated Haaland and Odegaard's Norway 2-1 to make this final, while Scotland needed penalties to dispose of Israel in their semi-final.
The exciting thing about a one game playoff is that anything can happen and all four of these finals will be difficult to call.
Scotland's hopes of qualifying for their first tournament since 1998 are high, they made it eight games unbeaten with a 1-0 win over the Czech Republic on 14 October, this is their best run in 32 years.
Players to watch:
But Serbia will be confident that they have enough to seize the place at the big table at home in Belgrade, and with names like Maksimovic, Tadic, Kolarov, Mitrovic, Jovic, and Lazio's Sergej Milinkovic-Savic who scored two to down Norway in the semi-final, you can see why.
Scotland boast some recognisable names of their own including Liverpool's Andy Robertson and Manchester United's Scott McTominay, but the collective unity forged under manager Steve Clarke is definitely their greatest strength.
Georgia outed Belarus 1-0 in their semi final and North Macedonia KOed Kosovo's chance of a first major tournament, also by a single goal, 2-1.
One goal could decide this final too, Georgia scored seven goals in eight games in their group games while the Macedonians managed 12 in 10.
Neither team concedes many either, which points to another nervy affair that will be decided on tight margins.
Players to watch:
The North Macedonia captain Goran Pandev will be a familiar face to Italian football watchers, he's played at Lazio and Inter Milan, now at Genoa, the 37-year-old is the country's all-time top scorer with 35 goals.
With no real standout stars, Georgia is a team that relies on the collective, this is their best shot at qualifying for a first Euros, and they can do it at home in the Dinamo Arena, Tblisi.
Armenia: Armenia TV/Shant TV
Austria: ORF/Perform DACH
Azerbaijan: CBC Sport/Saran Sport
Belarus: Belarus TV/Saran Sport
Belgium: RTBF/VTM/Eleven Sports/RTL (friendly matches)*
Bosnia and Herzegovina: SportKlub/Nova BH
Croatia: SportKlub/Nova TV
Czech Republic: Česká televize/AMC Networks
England: Sky /ITV*
Estonia: ERR/TV 3 Sport
*Faroe Islands: Discovery/Faroese Broadcasting Corp.*
Finland: NENT Group
*Georgia: GPB/Saran - Silknet
Germany: RTL/Perform DACH
Greece: Open TV/COSMOTE
Hungary: MTVA/AMC Networks
Iceland: Stod 2 Sport
Israel: Charlton/The Sports Channel*
*Kazakhstan: Saran - Kazakhstan TV/Saran Sports*
*Latvia: TV 3 Sport
Lithuania: LRT/TV 3 Sport
Moldova: GMG/Saran Sports
*Montenegro: SportKlub/Nova M
Northern Ireland: Sky
North Macedonia: SportKlub*
Portugal: RTP/Sport TV
Republic of Ireland: RTE/Sky/Virgin Media
Russia: Channel One/Match TV
*San Marino: Mediaset/Rtv/Rai
Slovakia: RTV/AMC Networks
*Switzerland: SRG/AZ Medien/Perform DACH
Ukraine: Media Group Ukraine
Algeria: beIN Sports
American Samoa: ESPN/TUDN*
Antigua & Barbuda: ESPN
Argentina: Direct TV
Bahrain: beIN Sports
Bolivia: Direct TV
Brazil: Esporte Interativo
Burkina Faso: SuperSport
Canada: Bell Media/UEFA.tv
Cape Verde: SuperSport
Cayman Islands: ESPN
Central African Republic: SuperSport
Chad: beIN Sports/SuperSport
Chile: Direct TV
PR China: CCTV/Super Sports Shankai/Tencent
Colombia: Direct TV
Congo Republic: SuperSport
Costa Rica: Sky Mexico
Curacao: NOS/ESPN/Direct TV
Democratic Republic of Congo: SuperSport
Djibouti: beIN Sports/SuperSport
Dominican Republic: Sky Mexico
Ecuador: Direct TV
Egypt: beIN Sports
Equatorial Guinea: SuperSport
El Salvador: Sky Mexico
Falkland Islands: ESPN
French Guyana: Tf1/M6/ESPN/Direct TV
French Polynesia: Tf1/M6/L'Équipe
French Southern and Antarctic lands: Tf1/M6
Guadeloupe: Tf1/M6/ESPN/Direct TV
Guatemala: Sky Mexico
Guyana: NOS/ESPN/Direct TV
Honduras: Sky Mexico
Hong Kong SAR: i-Cable
Indonesia: IMG-Super Soccer
Iran: beIN Sports
Iraq: beIN Sports
Ivory Coast: SuperSport
Jamaica: ESPN *Japan: WOWOW/UEFA.tv*
Jordan: beIN Sports
Kuwait: beIN Sports
Kyrgyzstan: Saran Sports *Laos: UEFA.tv*
Lebanon: beIN Sports
Libya: beIN Sports
Macau SAR: TDM
Malaysia and Brunei Darussalam: Astro
Mariana Islands: ESPN/TUDN
Martinique: Tf1/M6/ESPN/Direct TV
Mauritania: beIN Sports/SuperSport
Mexico: Sky Mexico
Morocco: beIN Sports
New Caledonia: Tf1/M6/L'Équipe
New Zealand: Sky New Zealand
Nicaragua: Sky Mexico
Nigeria: SuperSport *North Korea: UEFA.tv*
Oman: beIN Sports
Palestine (Gaza strip & West Bank): beIN Sports
Panama: Sky Mexico
Paraguay: Direct TV
Peru: Direct TV *Philippines: UEFA.tv*
Puerto Rico: ESPN/TUDN
Qatar: beIN Sports
Saba: NOS/ESPN/Direct TV
Sao Tome and Principe: SuperSport
Saudi Arabia: beIN Sports
Sierra Leone: SuperSport *Singapore: UEFA.tv*
Somalia: beIN Sports/SuperSport
South Africa: SuperSport
South Korea: Eclat
South Sudan: beIN Sports
Sri Lanka: SonySix
St. Barts: Tf1/M6/ESPN/Direct TV
St. Christopher: ESPN
St. Eustatius: NOS/ESPN/Direct TV
St. Helena and Ascension: SuperSport
St. Kitts: ESPN
St. Lucia: ESPN
St. Martin: Tf1/M6/ESPN/Direct TV
St. Maarten: NOS
St. Pierre & Miquelon: Tf1/M6/ESPN/Direct TV
St. Vincent & the Grenadines: ESPN
Sudan: beIN Sports/SuperSport
Syria: beIN Sports
Taiwan/Chinese Taipei: Eleven Sports
Tajikistan: Saran Sports
Tanzania: SuperSport *Thailand: UEFA.tv*
Trinidad & Tobago: ESPN
Tunisia: beIN Sports
Turkmenistan: Saran Sports
Turks & Caicos Islands: ESPN
United Arab Emirates: beIN Sports
United States of America: ESPN/TUDN
Uruguay: Direct TV
U.S. Virgin Islands: ESPN/TUDN
Uzbekistan: Saran Sports/UZ Report
Venezuela: Direct TV
Vietnam: VTV Cab
Wallis & Futuna: Tf1/M6/L'Équipe
Yemen: beIN Sports
Three of the four teams qualified for Euro 2020 have already qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics in 2021:
France, Germany, Spain.
Romania, who didn't make it to Euro 2020 - losing to Iceland in their playoff semi final, will also feature at the Japan Olympics.
All four teams qualified at the 2019 UEFA European Under-21 Championship, where Spain emerged victorious, Germany the beaten finalists.
Romania fell to Germany and France to Spain at the semi final stage, but making it that far secured them a qualification spot in Tokyo.
The men's football competition will include 16 teams, 14 of which have already been decided apart from hosts Japan:
Two places at the Olympics still up for grabs, to be decided at the 2020 CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Championship.