The draw for Euro 2024 takes place in the port city of Hamburg on Saturday, when France, England and the other leading contenders will learn the path to potential continental glory that awaits them next summer.

The Elbe Philharmonic Hall, overlooking the river that runs through Germany's second-largest city, will be the venue for the draw, just over six months before the start of the tournament, which runs from June 14 to July 14.

Not everyone's minds will be on next year's finals just yet as the draw takes place in a city plunged into sub-zero winter temperatures and with top-flight club soccer the center of attention across the continent.