The UEFA EURO 2024 qualifying draw occurred at 11:00 WAT on Sunday, 9 October 2022, at the Festhalle exhibition centre in Frankfurt.
All Russian teams were suspended following the decision of the UEFA Executive Committee on 28 February 2022, which was further confirmed by the Court of Arbitration for Sport on 15 July 2022. Russia was, therefore, not included in the UEFA European Football Championship 2022–24 qualifying draw.
Germany, as the hosts of the UEFA EURO 2024 final tournament, was automatically qualified and therefore did not participate in the draw.
The 53 teams that participated in the qualifying draw were seeded based on the overall rankings of the UEFA Nations League 2022/23 and were allocated to ten qualification groups (seven groups of five teams and three groups of six teams).
The four finalists of the UEFA Nations League were drawn into groups of five teams to allow them to participate in the finals in June 2023.
There are ten groups: seven groups of five teams (Groups A–G) and three groups of six teams (Groups H–J). Teams play each other home and away in a round-robin system. Group matches are played according to the European Qualifiers match calendar from March to November 2023.
The ten group winners and the ten group runners-up qualify for the final tournament. The three remaining spots will be completed with the teams that qualify through the playoffs in March 2024.