2018–19 UEFA Nations League all the fixtures

The 55 teams will be drawn into 10 groups after the completion of the UEFA Nations League.

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UEFA, concerned that international football is losing popularity to the club game, so UEFA National league founded in 2018 contested by the senior men’s national teams of the member associations of UEFA. In this tournament, 55 UEFA’s member associations will be participating.

UEFA added this league to football calendar and argues that the league will provide the top nations with more competitive matches against each other. In the tournament format 55 UEFA national teams divided into 4 groups where 12 teams in League A, 12 teams in League B, 15 teams in League C, and 16 teams in League D 2018–19 UEFA Nations League all the fixtures and 55 member associations to improve the quality.

2018–19 UEFA Nations League all the fixtures

UEFA Nations League 2018-19 League Phase draw
UEFA Nations League 2018-19 League Phase draw

Four group winners play-off for the UEFA Nations League trophy in June 2019. Four sides that finish bottom of groups relegated to League B for 2020 edition. 2018 FIFA World Cup will be playing in Russia. World cup tournaments total of 32 teams countries participating. UEFA is different and more teams playing tournament. 

World champions Germany will face France and the Netherlands, while Italy and Poland await EURO holders Portugal following the inaugural 2018–19 UEFA Nations League all the fixtures. Group A first match, France facing the Netherlands on 9 September.

UEFA Nations League all the fixtures, Groups and Qualification

  • Total Number of Teams- 55
  • Date of Foundation- 2018
  • Instances- 2018–19 UEFA Nations League
  • Region- Europe
  • Live Streamed–  sky sports
qualifying formats for the European Qualifiers
qualifying formats for the European Qualifiers
League A
Group 1Germany, France, Netherlands
Group 2Belgium, Switzerland, Iceland
Group 3Portugal, Italy, Poland
Group 4Spain, England, Croatia

 

League B
Group 1Slovakia, Ukraine, Czech Republic
Group 2Russia, Sweden, Turkey
Group 3Austria, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Northern Ireland
Group 4Wales, Republic of Ireland, Denmark

The competition will feature promotion and relegation. 2018–19 UEFA Nations League will see a winning team every odd year and will replace most international friendlies.

The UEFA Nations League and the EURO Qualifiers
The UEFA Nations League and the EURO Qualifiers
League C
Group 1Scotland, Albania, Israel
Group 2Hungary, Greece, Finland, Estonia
Group 3Slovenia, Norway, Bulgaria, Cyprus
Group 4Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, Lithuania

 

League D
Group 1Georgia, Latvia, Kazakhstan, Andorra
Group 2Belarus, Luxembourg, Moldova, San Marino
Group 3Azerbaijan, Faroe Islands, Malta, Kosovo
Group 4Macedonia, Armenia, Liechtenstein, Gibraltar

The League Phase has drawn to a close. Semifinal match and Final match will be played in 2019. First Semifinal match playing between Portugal and Switzerland on Wednesday 5 June 2019. Second semifinal match of UEFA Nations League will be playing Netherlands and England on Thursday 6 June 2019.

UEFA Nations League 2019 Semifinal
DateLocation/ TimeTeams
Wednesday 5 June 2019Porto, 20:45CETPortugal v Switzerland
Thursday 6 June 2019Guimaraes, 20:45CETNetherlands v England
UEFA Nations League 2019 Third-place play-off
DateLocation/ TimeTeams
Sunday 9 June 2019Guimaraes, 15:00CETSemi 1 loss vs Semi 2 loss
UEFA Nations League Final 2019
DateLocation/ TimeTeams
Sunday 9 June 2019Porto, 20:45CETWinner Semi 1 vs Winner Semi 2

Prize money of 2018–19 UEFA Nations League

  • League A: €2.25 million
  • League B: €1.5 million
  • League C: €1.125 million
  • League D: €750,000

group winners of each league

  • League A group winners: €2.25 million
  • League B group winners: €1.5 million
  • League C group winners: €1.125 million
  • League D group winners: €750,000

Nations League Finals to 4 groups

  • Winners: €6 million
  • Runnersup: €4.5 million
  • Third place: €3.5 million
  • Fourth place: €2.5 million
1 Comment
  1. michael griffin says

    what a complicated,,confusing competition this is.
    I haven’t met anybody yet who understands what its all about.
    the players and clubs moan about too much football,,makes you laugh.
    lets get back to our own league football matches.
    scrap it now.

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