It's Thursday, which means the weekend is almost upon us. The football world reacts to the incredible news of Man City being knocked out of the League Cup as well as Ronald Koeman being relieved of his duties after a disappointing start to the season.
Stick with us throughout the day as we bring you the latest news from around the footballing world...
Group B: Germany, Denmark, Spain and Finland.
Group C: Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland and Russia.
Group D: France, Italy, Belgium and Iceland.
In Group B, joining Germany and Spain, are Denmark.
Added to Group C alongside Netherlands and Sweden are Switzerland.
And Belgium head into Group D with France and Italy.
England end their group phase at Southampton on July 15 against...
Northern Ireland. Of course they do!
That will be the opening game of the tournament: England v Austria at Old Trafford on July 6.
Spain join Germany in Group B, Sweden are in Group C with Netherlands, and France will face Italy in Group D.
Norway! So England play Norway at Brighton on July 11.
Which means that France are in Group D.
In position B1 is...
When Giorgio Marchetti is on stage, you know you're truly in big draw territory.
The draw assistants, including Kelly Smith, Juan Mata, Katrine Pedersen and Lotta Schelin, are on hand. The real action is about to start.
There will be games played at 10 different venues across England, starting with the opening game at Old Trafford and leading up to the final at Wembley.
The other eight venues are Amex Stadium, St Mary's, Brentford Community Stadium, Stadium:MK, Bramall Lane, New York Stadium, City Academy Stadium and Leigh Sports Village.
England head coach Sarina Wiegman has told the BBC she can't wait for the finals to start, but has warned that "winning is very, very hard". She should know, she led the Netherlands to the Euro 2017 title.
Beyond Pot 1, the other 12 teams are seeded as follows...
Pot 2: Sweden, Spain, Norway, Italy
Pot 3: Denmark, Belgium, Switzerland, Austria
Pot 4: Iceland, Russia, Finland, Northern Ireland
England are in Pot 1, but will be automatically assigned to Group A as tournament hosts. Netherlands, Germany and France will be draw into the remaining groups.
We're under an hour away now from the start of the draw for the Women's Euro 2022 finals. They will be held in England, which is great news, but who will the Lionesses be up against in Group A?
Turkish media mogul, Acun Ilıcalı is reportedly interested in taking over Hull City and trying to build up the profile of Turkish football in England.
Other candidates for Barça job also know Xavi is the favourite, as things stand.