The draw for Euro 2020 qualifying will take place in Dublin
140 million people will watch it live from the Convention Centre on December 2nd, 2018.
The Aviva Stadium has been awarded the right to host three group games and a last-16 fixture at 2020 Championships.
The tournament is expected to bring an economic benefit of between €40-€50million to the country.
650 guests, including almost 300 delegates from the participating countries, are expected to attend the draw.
350 media representatives will be accredited to cover the event and more than 70 broadcasters will show it live.
Welcoming the news, FAI CEO, John Delaney, said: "I am delighted that Dublin has been selected to host the UEFA EURO 2020 qualifying draw.
“Along with Dublin being one of the host cities for the tournament, the hosting of the draw in our capital city demonstrates the high regard in which Ireland is held as a tournament host.
"I would like to thank our bid team for their tremendous work in securing this prestigious event, and recognise the partnership and collaborative efforts of all parties working together through the FAI, Dublin City Council and Government, through the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport, as well as the Dublin Convention Bureau.