Wales and England will meet at Euro 2016 after being drawn together in Group B for next summer’s finals in France.
Russia and Slovakia are the other teams in their group.
European Championship debutants Northern Ireland are in Group C with world champions Germany, Poland and Ukraine.
The Republic of Ireland are up against the world’s top-ranked side Belgium, Italy and Sweden in Group E.
The first game of the tournament will be at the Stade de France between France and Romania on Friday, 10 June.
Wales’ match against England is the second game for both countries in their group, in Lens on Thursday, 16 June.
Northern Ireland kick off their group against Poland on Sunday, 12 June and end it against Germany nine days later.
The Republic face Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s Sweden in their 13 June opener and conclude their group games against Italy on 22 June.
This year’s tournament is the largest European Championship ever, with 24 teams.
The top two from each group will go through to the last 16, while the best four third-placed teams also progress – meaning only eight teams are eliminated in the group stages.