Spain draw France: The European 2014 Fifa World Cup qualification groups in full

The side who triumphed so memorably in South Africa last summer have been given the headline draw against 1998 champions France, while England meet Poland yet again
World Cup 2010 winners Spain have been drawn against 1998 champions France in Group I following the draw in Rio de Janeiro for the 2014 Fifa World Cup qualifiers.

Netherlands, who lost out in last summer's tournament to Spain, have been drawn in Group D against Turkey, while England were handed a group containing familiar foes Poland on the 55th anniversary of their 1966 World Cup triumph. Germany will face Sweden and 2006 winners Italy meet Denmark and the Czech Republic among others.
 
The winners of each group will qualify directly for the 2014 Fifa World Cup. The eight best runners-up will be drawn against each other in a two-legged play-off to determine the other four qualifiers.

GROUP A


  Croatia
  Serbia
  Belgium
  Scotland
  FYR Macedonia
  Wales
GROUP B


  Italy
  Denmark
  Czech Republic
  Bulgaria
  Armenia
  Malta
GROUP C


  Germany
  Sweden
  Ireland
  Austria
  Faroe Islands
  Kazakhstan
GROUP D


  Netherlands
  Turkey
  Hungary
  Romania
  Estonia
  Andorra
GROUP E


  Norway
  Slovenia
  Switzerland
  Albania
  Cyprus
  Iceland
GROUP F


  Portugal
  Russia
  Israel
  Northern Ireland
  Azerbaijan
  Luxembourg
GROUP G


  Greece
  Slovakia
  Bosnia-Herzegovina
  Lithuania
  Latvia
  Liechtenstein
GROUP H


  England
  Montenegro
  Ukraine
  Poland
  Moldova
 
San Marino
GROUP I


  Spain
  France
  Belarus
  Georgia
  Finland