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The Nations League is made up of 4 leagues (A-D).

League B:
Pot 1: Austria, WALES, Russia, Slovakia
Pot 2: Sweden, Ukraine, Republic of Ireland, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Pot 3: Northern Ireland, Denmark, Czech Republic, Turkey

The teams will be split into four mini groups of three when the draw is made on 24 January 2018.
Wales will play one team from Pot 2 and Pot 3 in their mini group.
The four mini group winners are promoted to League A, with the four sides that finish bottom relegated to League C for the next competition, to be played in 2020.

NL Matchday 1: 6–8 September 2018
NL Matchday 2: 9–11 September 2018
NL Matchday 3: 11–13 October 2018
NL Matchday 4: 14–16 October 2018
NL Matchday 5: 15–17 November 2018 but likely to be friendly
NL Matchday 6: 18–20 November 2018 but likely to be friendly

Euro 2020 qualifiers are separate to the Nations League but the latter comes into play at the play-off stage.

Euro 2020 qualifiers draw: 22 December 2018
EQ Matchday 1: 21-26 March 2019
EQ Matchday 2: 7-11 June 2019
EQ Matchday 3: 5-10 September 2019
EQ Matchday 4: 10–15 October 2019
EQ Matchday 5: 14–19 November 2019

The top two teams from each Euro qualifiers group will qualify for the Euro 2020 finals. The last four places will be won through the  play-offs.

Euro 2020 play-off draw: 22 November 2019
Euro 2020 play-offs: 26–31 March 2020

The play-offs will be contested by the 16 Nations League group winners. (The four mini group winners in each of the four leagues, A-D).

However, if  any of those NL group winners have qualified for Euro 2020 through the standard Euro qualifiers, their place will go to the next highest ranked team in that mini league.

Each of the four leagues will have two single-leg semi-finals and then one single-leg final with the winner going to the Euros.

Euro 2020 finals draw: December 2019 (despite play-offs)
Euro 2020 additional final draw if needed: 1 April 2020



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– A refundable security bond may sometimes required.

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