The road to the Russian World Cup in 2018 begins on Saturday.
The draw for the tournament's qualification campaign takes place in St Petersburg on July 25. The BBC will show live coverage from 4pm on the Red Button, it will also appear on Sky Sports News. The actual draw is expected to begin at 5pm.
The 52 European countries will be split into seven groups of six teams and two groups of five teams.
England, along with France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Holland, will be in a group of six teams at the request of Uefa in order to maximise television income.
Hosts Russia will qualify automatically.
The winners of each group will qualify for Russia 2018, while the eight best group runners-up will take part in a play-off in November 2017.
Pot 1: Germany, Belgium, Holland, Portugal, Romania, England, Wales, Spain, Croatia
Pot 2: Slovakia, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Czech Republic, France, Iceland, Denmark, Bosnia-Herzegovina
Pot 3: Ukraine, Scotland, Poland, Hungary, Sweden, Albania, Northern Ireland, Serbia, Greece
Pot 4: Turkey, Slovenia, Israel, Republic of Ireland, Norway, Bulgaria, Faroe Islands, Montenegro, Estonia
Pot 5: Cyprus, Latvia, Armenia, Finland, Belarus, Macedonia, Azerbaijan, Lithuania, Moldova
Pot 6: Kazakhstan, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Georgia, Malta, San Marino, Andorra
England, Iceland, Albania, Faroe Islands, Moldova, Andorra
England, Italy, Sweden, Turkey, Finland, Kazakhstan
Wales, Bosnia & Hercegovina, Albania, Faroe Islands, Moldova
Wales, France, Ukraine, Turkey, Cyprus, Georgia
Scotland, Wales, Iceland, Estonia, Lithuania
Scotland, Germany, Italy, Turkey, Macedonia, Kazakhstan
Northern Ireland, Romania, Iceland, Faroe Islands, Moldova
Northern Ireland, Spain, France, Republic of Ireland, Belarus, MaltaReuse content