Home Nations Discover 2020-21 UEFA Nations League Opposition

England, Scotland plus the other home nations have discovered their opposition for next season’s UEFA Nations League. 

England face a tough group in League A containing Belgium, Denmark and Iceland, as the Danes make their League A bow. 

Having edged Spain and Croatia in Group A4 en route to a third-placed finish in the inaugural tournament, England will enter this tournament amongst the favourites but face two teams in Belgium and Iceland, who have defeated them in two of last three major tournaments. 

Wales and Republic of Ireland are paired in the same League B group for the second consecutive edition, as they’re joined by Finland and Bulgaria in Group B4 after the latter pair were promoted from League C. 

Scotland and Israel will again meet in their first-ever League B campaign after bettering Albania to qualify from League C, as they are joined by Czech Republic and Slovakia in Group B2. 

Northern Ireland will face a difficult Group B1 containing Austria, Norway and Romania as they look for their first win in this competition, having lost all four games against Austria and Bosnia & Herzegovina in the last edition.  

Defending champions, Portugal face a tough title defence in Group A3 as they face World Cup finalists – France and Croatia plus Sweden. 

Full draw for 2020-21 UEFA Nations League.

League A

A1 A2 A3 A4
Netherlands England Portugal Switzerland
Italy Belgium France Spain
Bosnia & Herzegovina Denmark Sweden Ukraine
Poland Iceland Croatia Germany


League B

B1 B2 B3 B4
Austria Czech Republic Russia Wales
Norway Scotland Serbia Finland
Northern Ireland Slovakia Turkey Republic of Ireland
Romania Israel Hungary Bulgaria


League C

C1 C2 C3 C4
Montenegro Georgia Greece Albania
Cyprus North Macedonia Kosovo Belarus
Luxembourg Estonia Slovenia Lithuania
Azerbaijan Armenia Moldova Kazakhstan


League D


Faroe Islands Latvia
Andorra Malta



Gibraltar Liechtenstein San Marino

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