Croatia will face England, Czech Republic and the winner of the Path C play-off group between Scotland, Israel, Norway and Serbia in the Euro 2020 group stage.
“We are satisfied with the draw, as I said there are no easy groups. We have England again I think it is realistic that we can advance out of this group. Our opening match will be important. It will be nice to start at Wembley against England. Our first goal is to advance from the group. We have time to analyse all and we believe in ourselves and we are ready. The most important thing is that all players are fit,” coach Zlatko Dalic said, before adding.
“I think the England coach wanted to avoid us, that is what we spoke about before the draw. England are a powerful side, especially at Wembley, but we will have our support there in what will be a repeat of the Nations League and World Cup semi-final.”
Path C play-off group winner (Scotland/Israel/Serbia/Norway)
14 June 2020 – 3 pm – England vs Croatia (Wembley, London)
19 June 2020 – 6 pm Croatia vs Czech Republic (Hampden Park, Glasgow)
23 June 2020 – 9 pm Croatia vs Norway, Scotland, Serbia or Israel (Hampden Park, Glasgow)
Round of 16 – Croatia’s group
30 June 2020 – Winner of Group D vs Group F runners-up (match 41) – Dublin
29 June 2020 – Group D runners-up vs Group E runners-up (match 43) – Copenhagen
July 3 – Winner match 41 vs Winner match 42 (match 45) – St Petersburg
July 3 – Winner match 39 vs Winner match 37 (match 46) – Munich
July 4 – Winner match 40 vs Winner match 38 (match 47) – Baku
July 4 – Winner of match 43 v Winner of match (match 48) – Rome
July 7 – Winner match 45 vs Winner match 46 – London
July 8 – Winner match 48 vs Winner match 47 – London
July 12 – London
How to get tickets
Croatian fans can apply for tickets when they go on sale at 2pm (CET) on Wednesday 4 December via EURO2020.com.