Scotland’s U21s have been drawn against Denmark, Belgium, Turkey and Kazakhstan in Euro 2023 qualification.
Scot Gemmill’s side are in Group I and that is the only group in qualifying that has five teams in comparison to the usual six.
England will face the Czech Republic, Kosovo, Andorra, Albania and Slovenia as they look to reach the tournament in Georgia and Romania.
Northern Ireland were also handed a tough task against Spain and Russia along with Slovakia, Lithuania and Malta in Group C, while Wales are in Group E against Holland, Switzerland, Bulgaria, Moldova and Gibraltar.
The Republic of Ireland will take on Italy, Sweden, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Luxembourg in Group F.