Robert Prosinecki’s side was drawn with Italy, Finland, Greece, Armenia and Liechtenstein in Group J. The Euro 2020 qualifying fixtures will run between March and November next year, with the winner and runner-up of each group going through directly.

UEFA 2020 draw ceremony

Bosnia and Herzegovina will open the qualifying campaign with two home games, against Armenia on Saturday, March 23, and against Greece three days later.

The remaining schedule is as follows:

June 8: Finland vs Bosnia and Herzegovina

June 11: Italy vs Bosnia and Herzegovina

September 5: Bosnia and Herzegovina vs Liechtenstein

September 8: Armenia vs Bosnia and Herzegovina

October 12: Bosnia and Herzegovina vs Finland

October 15: Greece vs Bosnia and Herzegovina

November 15: Bosnia and Herzegovina vs Italy

November 18: Liechtenstein vs Bosnia and Herzegovina.


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