International football First edition of this new competition is closed
We’ve now come to the conclusion of a more than interesting first edition of the UEFA Nations League, a competition that has brought surprises in each of the four leagues.
The most resounding are the relegations of Germany and Croatia to League B.
After the promotion and relegation places were finalised on Tuesday night, the respective nations competing in the 2020/21 season can be found in their leagues below.
Final Four: Holland, Switzerland, Portugal, England.
Relegated: Germany, Iceland, Poland, Croatia
2020/21 Edition: Belgium, Bosnia, Denmark, England, France, Italy, Holland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Ukraine.
Promoted: Ukraine, Sweden, Bosnia, Denmark
Relegated: Slovakia, Turkey, Northern Ireland, Ireland
2020/21 Edition: Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Norway, Polond, Russia, Scotland, Serbia and Wales.
Promoted: Scotland, Finland, Norway, Serbia
Relegated: Estonia, Cyprus, Slovenia, Lithuania
2020/21 Edition: Albania, Belarus, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Northern Ireland, Ireland, Romania, Slovakia and Turkey.
Promoted: Georgia, Belarus, Kosovo, Macedonia.
2020-21 Edition: Andorra, Armenia, Azerbajan, Cyprus, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Gibraltar, Kazakstan, Letonia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, Moldova, San Marino and Slovenia.