The second edition of the UEFA Nations League is into the last four following the completion of the Group stages on Wednesday night.
The competition kicked off in September following delays occasioned by the Coronavirus pandemic, with the trophy set to have a new name on it after defending champions Portugal failed to make it into the last four.
In fact, all of last season's semi-finalists; England, Switzerland, Portugal, and the Netherlands were eliminated in the group stages.
So, who are the finalists this year?
- Italy 🇮🇹
- France 🇫🇷
- Belgium 🇧🇪
- Spain 🇪🇸
📅 Key Dates
The competition's draw was done on Tuesday 3 March in Amsterdam, with the Group stages kicking off on3 September 2020.
Final dates - The dates were confirmed at a meeting of the UEFA Executive Committee in September 2020.
The semi-finals will be played on 6 and 7 October 2021, with the final and third-place play-off to follow on 10 October.
🏟️ Where will the finals be played?
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.
Italy have expressed interest in hosting the final tournament, same as Netherlands and Poland.