The four leagues for the 2020/21 UEFA Nations League have been confirmed after promotion and relegation were settled in the inaugural league phase. Seedings and restrictions will be confirmed for the eventual draw, expected to take place in January/February 2020.
Switzerland, Portugal, Netherlands, England, Belgium, France, Spain, Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina (promoted), Ukraine (promoted), Denmark (promoted), Sweden (promoted)
- Teams will be split into four groups of three, with the group winners then contesting the UEFA Nations League Finals (semi-finals, third-place match and final) in June 2021 to become the second UEFA Nations League winners. One host country will be appointed from among the finalist teams.
Croatia (relegated), Poland (relegated), Germany (relegated), Iceland (relegated), Russia, Austria, Wales, Czech Republic, Scotland (promoted), Norway (promoted), Serbia (promoted), Finland (promoted)
- Teams will be split into four groups of three.
Slovakia (relegated), Turkey (relegated), Republic of Ireland (relegated), Northern Ireland (relegated), Bulgaria, Israel, Hungary, Romania, Greece, Albania, Montenegro, Georgia (promoted), FYR Macedonia (promoted), Kosovo (promoted), Belarus (promoted)
- Teams will be split into one group of three and three groups of four.
Cyprus (relegated), Estonia (relegated), Slovenia (relegated), Lithuania (relegated), Luxembourg, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Gibraltar, Faroe Islands, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Andorra, Malta, San Marino
- Teams will be split into four groups of four.
2020/21 UEFA Nations League calendar
League Phase draw: tbc January/February 2020
Matchday 1: 3–5 September 2020
Matchday 2: 6–8 September 2020
Matchday 3: 8–10 October 2020
Matchday 4: 11–13 October 2020
Matchday 5: 12–14 November 2020
Matchday 6: 15–17 November 2020
Finals draw: tbc
Finals: tbc June 2021
UEFA EURO 2020 play-off draw: 22 November 2019
UEFA EURO 2020 play-offs: 26–31 March 2020
Teams in three-sided groups will play on four of the six matchdays.