The draw was made this evening in Paris
The draw for the Euro 2016 group stages took place this evening in Paris and it looks like Ireland are going to do alright out of the group stage (collective praying, we know we have a tough group, we don't have to play Germany)
Ireland drew Group E and will face Belgium, Sweden and Italy and they will play in Paris, Bordeaux and Lille.
Applications for tickets will be open on Monday morning. You can get all those details here.
Ireland will begin their campaign against Sweden on the 13th of June in the Stade de France.
Their next game will take place in Bordeaux where they will face Belgium on the 18th of June and they will finish their campaign in Lille on the 22nd June against Italy.
Of course, it had to be Italy.