The draw for the Final Four of the League of Nations was carried out this Wednesday, January 25, the details of the calendar.
After just over a month of the World Cup, the time for the Nations League Final Four is approaching. Croatia, Spain, Italy and the Netherlands are qualified for the final phase. Recall that defending champion France is not in the game and could even have switched to Ligue B, but ultimately remained in Ligue A. After the draw on Wednesday January 25, the The first semi-final will pit the Dutch against Croatia in Rotterdam on June 14. The second poster will be the occasion of the reunion between Spain and Italy on June 15. The match for third place will be held on June 18, before the grand final, which will take place on the same day.
Qualified for the Final Four
- Croatia (1st in Group A)
- Spain (1st in Group B)
- Italy (1st in Group C)
- Netherlands (1st of group D).
Relegated to League B
- Czech Republic
Promoted to League A
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
Relegated to League C
- Russia (relegation without being able to play due to the conflict with Ukraine)
Promoted to League B
Relegated to League D
- Belarus or Lithuania (dam)
- Cyprus or Gibraltar (dam)
Promoted to League C
What are the Nations League standings?
The Football Nations League is made up of four leagues, League A, B, C and D. The group winners of Leagues B, C and D will be promoted and the last of Leagues A and B will be relegated to the lower league. Find the rankings of the different leagues:
League A standings
League B standings
League C standings
League D standings
The League of Nations matches were linked from June 2, 2022 with bursts of results in each group. Discover the results of the League A matches below and click to discover the results of all the matches on the official site:
What is the 2022-2023 Nations League schedule?
The 2022-2023 Nations League calendar is divided into several days from June 2, 2022 to June 18, 2023, the date of the final of the competition. Discover below the matches of the next day (the table is limited to the next 15 matches, it is possible to unroll it).
Here is the full 2022-2023 Nations League schedule:
- Semi-finals: June 14 and 15, 2023;
- Final and match for third place: June 18, 2023
The Football Nations League is organized into four leagues. The four winners of the groups of League A are qualified for the Final Four (semi-finals + final), the winners of the groups of Leagues B, C and D will be promoted to the higher leagues and the last of the leagues A and B will be relegated in the lower leagues.
It should also be remembered that, as in the first two editions of the competition, won by Portugal and France, the challenge of this League of Nations is twofold: beyond the trophy awarded to the final winner (necessarily from the League A), two possibly qualifying places for the World Cup 2022 are granted since the two best group winners of the League of Nations (in all leagues) who are not directly qualified via the classic play-offs (which remain in force), will be able to participate in the play-offs.