WALES will face Northern Ireland, Norway, Belarus and the Faroe Islands in their Women’s Euro 2021 qualifying group.

Jayne Ludlow’s side, who just missed out on reaching this year’s World Cup finals in France, start their Euro campaign in the Faroes on August 29.

They host the Irish five days later and then have trips to Belarus and Northern Ireland in October and November respectively.

A home double-header against the Faroes and Norway follows next April, before Belarus come to Wales on June 19.

Wales end their Group C fixtures in Norway, who beat them twice in qualifying for Euro 2017, on September 22.