Italy, the reigning European champions, qualified for Euro 2024 on Monday night thanks to their 0-0 draw against Ukraine in Leverkusen (Germany) in the last game of the qualifiers, thus avoiding the trap of a play-off at the end of March.
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Luciano Spalletti's men will defend the trophy they won in the summer of 2021, while Ukraine will have to win their play-off at the end of March with Israel, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Finland to play the fourth Euro in their history.
Slovenia also qualified after a 2-1 win over Kazakhstan in Ljubljana on Monday.
Slovenia, independent since 1991, will play in Germany (14 June - 14 July) in only the second Euro in its history after the 2000 edition, when it did not make it out of the group stage.
Finally, the Czech Republic also joined the qualification ranks after a 3-0 win over Moldova in Olomouc on Monday.
The Czech national team will be playing in their eighth Euro since the break-up of Czechoslovakia in 1993. Runners-up in 1996, they were eliminated in the quarter-finals of the previous Euro in the summer of 2021.