Ireland will play Spain at Euro 2020 if both teams qualify after Dublin and Bilbao paired as host city partners
Ireland will play two group games in Dublin and one in Bilbao if they qualify for Euro 2020 - but could end up in the same group as Spain.
UEFA today made a random draw to pair the 12 group stage host cities, with Dublin getting Bilbao.
Each qualified host country will play a minimum of two group games at home, with Ireland set to play twice at the Aviva Stadium in the group stage, should they qualify.
Dublin will host four games in total, including a last 16 encounter.
The draw to pair the host cities went as follows:
Group A: Rome and Baku
Group B: Amsterdam and Bucharest
Group C: Saint Petersburg and Copenhagen
Group D: London and Glasgow
Group E: Bilbao and Dublin
Group F: Munich and Budapest
Since each qualified host country is guaranteed to play at home, if Ireland and Spain both qualify, the Boys in Green would be in the same group as the European heavyweights.