On Thursday 23 November 2023, UEFA held the draw for the EURO2024 play-offs to determine which three teams will fill the remaining places at next year's month-long tournament in Germany that starts on 14 June; Luxembourg are one of the twelve teams in the draw held in Nyon in Switzerland.

These are unprecedented times for Luxembourg: Luc Holtz’s charges picked up five wins in qualifying, which is one more than the team had managed in six previous EURO campaigns combined. Their reward is their first play-offs for a major tournament.

Along with the hosts, Germany, the other teams that have already qualified are the winners and runners-up of the ten groups; these include: Albania, Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, England, France, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Scotland, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland and Turkey.

In a significant change to the play-off draw, the twelve teams contesting the semi-finals and finals next March are not the best-placed third-placed teams from the qualifying groups; instead, they are drawn from the Nations League 2022-23 and include Poland, Wales, Israel, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Finland, Ukraine, Iceland, Georgia, Greece, Kazakhstan, Luxembourg and Estonia.

The draw for the play-off semi-finals (to be played on Thursday 21 March 2024, with the finals to be played on Tuesday 26 March 2024) saw the twelve teams divided into three paths, each containing four teams, with one team from each path qualifying for the final tournament.

The play-off draw saw the following (single-leg) semi-final pairings:

Path A (The winners of the Wales vs Finland semi-final will host the Path B final)
- Poland - Estonia
- Wales - Finland

Path B (The winners of the Bosnia and Herzegovina vs Ukraine semi-final will host the Path B final)
- Israel - Iceland
- Bosnia-Herzegovina - Ukraine

Path C (The winners of the Georgia vs Luxembourg semi-final will host the Path C final)
- Georgia - Luxembourg
- Greece - Kazakhstan