2022/23 UEFA Nations League: All you need to know
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2022/23 UEFA Nations League: All you need to know

The second edition of the UEFA Nations League came to a conclusion on Sunday with France coming from behind to beat Spain 2-1 to lift the crown. 

Attention is now shifting to the third edition, which is set to start next year in June, with the final set for the same month a year later. 

The 2022/23 competition will consist of three leagues of 16 teams each and a fourth of seven, the make-up decided by promotions and relegations from that second running.

What league is each team in?

Currently, 51 of the 55 UEFA nations know which of the four leagues they will take part in following the conclusion of the league phase last autumn. 

League A

  • Belgium (2021 Finals)
  • France (2021 Finals)
  • Italy (2021 Finals)
  • Spain (2021 Finals)
  • Portugal
  • Netherlands
  • Denmark
  • Germany
  • England
  • Poland
  • Switzerland
  • Croatia
  • ales (promoted)
  • Austria (promoted)
  • Czech Republic (promoted)
  • Hungary (promoted)

League B

  • Ukraine (relegated)
  • Sweden (relegated)
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina (relegated)
  • Iceland (relegated)
  • Finland
  • Norway
  • Scotland
  • Russia
  • Israel
  • Romania
  • Serbia
  • Republic of Ireland
  • Slovenia (promoted)
  • Montenegro (promoted)
  • Albania (promoted)
  • Armenia (promoted)

League C

  • Turkey (relegated)
  • Slovakia (relegated)
  • Bulgaria (relegated)
  • Northern Ireland (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