Gibraltar has been moved after it was selected to be in a group with Spain during the Euro 2016 football tournament draw.
The blind draw in Nice, France, briefly saw the British overseas territory paired up with the current European and world champions in Group C.
But European football's governing body UEFA had already announced in December that Gibraltar and Spain would be kept apart amid continuing political tensions over the territory's sovereignty.
Gibraltar was switched to Group D, where they will face Scotland and the Republic of Ireland among others.
See more on the draw from ITV Sport