🏆 Nations League 2020-21: Teams Qualified, Schedule & Discussions

After the recent conclusion of Group stage matches, the second edition of UEFA’s Nations League 2020-21 finals is all set to take place in October 2021. Portugal had clinched the first title on home turf in 2019.

6 October 2021: Semi-final 1
7 October 2021: Semi-final 2
10 October 2021: Match for 3rd place
10 October 2021: Final

The Nations League finals in October 2021 mean that the games occur after the beginning of the World Cup 2022 qualifying (March 2021) and the European Championship (June/July 2021).

Which teams have qualified for the Nations League 2020-21 finals?

The winners of the four League A groups qualified for the Nations League finals - France, Belgium, Italy and Spain.

An open draw will be held on December 3 to determine the semifinal pairings.

Where will the Nations League 2020-21 finals be played?

The Nations League finals are played in a single host country. In principle, Italy, the winners of Group A1 will be the host nation, with the Netherlands and Poland also having expressed an interest.

UEFA will officially confirm the host venues for the Nations League 2020-21 finals on December 3 2020 - the same date of the finals draw.

  • Group A3: France were the first team to qualify for the 2020-21 finals after they finished top of their group ahead of Sweden, Croatia and defending champions Portugal.

  • Group A4: France were then joined in the finals bracket by Spain after La Roja topped a group containing Germany, Ukraine and Switzerland. Spain clinched their place in the finals with a resounding 6-0 win over Germany. The loss was Germany’s worst ever defeat in competitive fixtures.

  • In Group A1, Italy finished in first place ahead of last season’s finalists the Netherlands.

  • In Group A2, Belgium went through ahead of Denmark, with England having missed their chance. Romelu Lukaku scored twice in Belgium’s 4-2 victory over Denmark to book a spot in the Nations League’s finals.


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Spanish football club
Belgium football club
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Your winner???


Spain National Team. Waiting for Ansu Fati to score another hat trick


I think Spain will win, they have technical players, they use the standing balls well and they fight well as a team, their rivals are also very strong but my favorite is Spain.


Spain to prove themselves again after the international treble success of 2008-2012.

Belgium must prove they are an international football super power.

France may have nothing to prove but would want to keep the narrative.

Italy want the glory days back.


The UEFA Nations League semi-final draw:

Italy vs. Spain
Belgium vs. France


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France’s #NationsLeague Group by numbers:

6 games
5 wins
1 draw
0 defeats
12 goals scored
5 goals conceded

Looking for their first Nations League title. :fr:

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