How much money does the Nations League winner get?
The winning side in the Nations League final will receive €10.5 million in total, which includes the money they made during the earlier stages of the competition. Second place will receive a total of €9 million, with €8 million going to third and €7 million going to fourth.
How does the UEFA Nations League work?
In the top league, League A, the winners of the four groups go on to play in the Nations League Finals, with two semi-finals, one third and fourth place decider, and one final to decide which team becomes the UEFA Nations League champion. Teams can also be promoted and relegated to a higher or lower league.
Who won the UEFA Nations League 2018?
France have succeeded Portugal as UEFA Nations League champions after beating Spain 2-1 in the final, with Italy taking third place following a 2-1 victory against Belgium. Nations League finals in depth FRANCE Group A3 winners: W5 D1 L0 F12 A5Semi-final: won 3-2 against BelgiumFinal: won 2-1 against Spain Top scorer: Kylian Mbappé (4)
When do League a teams qualify for the Nations League finals?
The four group winners of the top-ranked League A qualify for the UEFA Nations League Finals in June 2021. For the remaining sides, there is promotion and relegation to play for.