The Spanish national football team was drawn in Group F of the Euro 2020 qualifying alongside Sweden, Norway, Romania, the Faroe Islands and Malta, according to the draw conducted in Dublin on Sunday.
"It's about taking this very seriously. Now is the time to start studying our rivals deeply," Enrique said in Dublin.
"We're in a transition phase, but now the real competition starts," he added.
The winner and the runner-up of each of the ten groups will qualify automatically for the 2020 Euro, which will be played in 12 European countries between June 12 and July 12.
Four other teams will book their places in the tourney through playoffs.
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