Group 1: France, Sweden, Slovakia, FYR Macedonia
Group 2: Poland, Czech Republic, Faroe Islands, Lithuania
Group 3: Germany, Portugal, Azerbaijan, Albania
Group 4: Scotland, Poland, Croatia, Bulgaria
Group 5: Norway, Northern Ireland, Wales, Moldova
Group 6: Switzerland, Austria, Israel, Latvia
Group 7: Spain, Iceland, Greece, Kazakhstan
Group 8: Italy, Russia, Slovenia, Estonia
Group 9: Netherlands, Republic of Ireland, Ukraine, Montenegro
Group 10: Sweden, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Armenia
Group 11: England, Serbia, Belarus, Cyprus
Group 12: Denmark, Hungary, Turkey, Kosovo
The top two teams from each group, as well as the four best third-placed teams, will qualify for the Elite Round, with seven teams eventually qualifying for the finals in Georgia in 2020.
Scotland will host the 2019 finals in July.