Paulo Sousa's side will take to the field on June 14 for the first of Poland's Euro 2020 fixtures.
As the name suggests, Euro 2020 was supposed to take place last year, but the coronavirus pandemic forced UEFA to postpone the tournament by 12 months.
Robert Lewandowski and co. accumulated 25 points out of a possible 30, winning eight games, drawing one and losing one.
Their performances in the qualification campaign earned Poland a spot in Pot 2 for the group stage draw.
Their first game against Slovakia will take place in Saint Petersburg on June 14.
If Sousa's side finish top of Group E, they will face one of the third-placed finishers from Group A, Group B, Group C or Group D in the round of 16 on June 29.
Poland are competing at the European Championship for the fourth time, having also taken part in 2008, 2012 and 2016.
Poland co-hosted Euro 2012 with Ukraine. They reached the quarter-finals in France five years ago, but were eliminated by eventual champions Portugal on penalties.
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