What You Need to Know About the UEFA Nations League


Not long after the ending of the gruelling 2018 World Cup, FIFA decided to organize the UEFA Nations League; giving fans of European national teams a new reason to stay glued to the screen.

The teams are divided into ‘Leagues’ from A to D, and each division is classified into groups that has four teams. The teams in each group will play against each other both home and away.

The four group winners from League A will qualify for the finals, which are set to be played in June 2019. Four nations, one from each League, will also qualify for the UEFA Euro 2020 finals.

The championship will replace the friendly matches between teams and is set to take place on a biannual basis from September to November.

The first match will take place on September 6 between Germany and France in Munich.

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