The final phase of the second edition of UEFA’s newest national-team competition is about to commence, Milan and Turin will be the host of the game between 6 and 10 October 2021.
Ahead of the big kick-off, here are is all you need to know.
All you need to know UEFA Nations League finals
Who is involved?
The four group winners of the top-ranked League A:
What are the fixtures?*
- The finals draw took place on Thursday 3 December 2020:
- Wednesday 6 October: Italy vs Spain (San Siro, Milan, 20:45 CET)
- Thursday 7 October: Belgium vs France (Juventus Stadium, Turin, 20:45 CET)
- Match for third place (Juventus Stadium, 10 October, 15:00 CET)
- Loser semi-final 1 vs loser semi-final 2
Final (San Siro, 10 October)
- Winner semi-final 1 vs winner semi-final 2
Where are the finals?
The four finals games will take place at two of Italy’s most famous venues, the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan and Turin’s Juventus Stadium.
What does the winner get?
A 71cm-tall sterling silver trophy.
Is this linked to the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying?
In order to free up space in October 2021, the four UEFA Nations League finalists were drawn into five-team groups for qualifying (rather than six-team groups).