The draw for 2022/23 Nations League will happen later as we speak.
The event would be the third version of the Uefa Nations League, after the primary two had been gained by Portugal and France. The 55 nations shall be break up into Leagues A, B, C and D, which themselves shall be break up into small teams.
The draw takes place at Uefa’s headquarters in Nyon.
Right here is every little thing it’s good to know.
When is the Nations League draw?
The Nations League draw takes place as we speak, Thursday 16 December, at 5pm GMT.
How you can watch
The Nations League draw shall be broadcast on Uefa’s YouTube channel, so viewers can stream the draw on-line at no cost, or watch through the YouTube app on their good TV.
How does the draw work?
Leagues A, B and C will all have 16 groups, which can every be drawn into 4 teams of 4 for the league part. The remaining seven groups, in League D, shall be break up into two teams, considered one of 4 and the opposite of three.
France (2021 Finals) Spain (2021 Finals) Italy (2021 Finals) Belgium (2021 Finals) Portugal Netherlands Denmark Germany England Poland Switzerland Croatia Wales (promoted) Austria (promoted) Czech Republic (promoted) Hungary (promoted)
Ukraine (relegated) Sweden (relegated) Bosnia and Herzegovina (relegated) Iceland (relegated) Finland Norway Scotland Russia Israel Romania Serbia Republic of Eire Slovenia (promoted) Montenegro (promoted) Albania (promoted) Armenia (promoted)
Turkey (relegated) Slovakia (relegated) Bulgaria (relegated) Northern Eire (relegated) Greece Belarus Luxembourg North Macedonia Lithuania Georgia Azerbaijan Kosovo (2 play-out winners tbc in March 2022) Gibraltar (promoted) Faroe Islands (promoted)
League C or D (2020/21 play-outs)
Kazakstan Cyprus Estonia Moldova
(2 play-out losers tbc in March 2022) Liechtenstein Malta Latvia San Marino Andorra
When are the matches?
In all instances groups will play all their group opponents dwelling and away in June and September 2022. 4 of the six matchdays shall be in June because of the winter scheduling of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The 4 group winners in League A will advance to the knockout Finals in June 2023. The group winners within the different three leagues will all be promoted for the 2024/25 version.
The groups ending fourth within the teams in Leagues A and B shall be relegated. The groups ending fourth within the League C teams will enter the play-outs in March 2024, with the 2 groups defeated in these ties transferring to League D.
Matchdays 1 & 2: 2–8 June 2022
Matchdays 3 & 4: 8–14 June 2022
Matchdays 5 & 6: 22–27 September 2022
Finals draw: tbc
Semi-finals: 14 & 15 June 2023
Closing & third-place match: 18 June 2023
Play-outs: 21–23 & 24–26 March 2024