The UEFA Nations League is set to kick-off for the second time in history on Thursday to decide who will be the second winner after Portugal’s win in 2019. A total of 55 nations participate in the tournament and the matches replace all international friendlies between qualification rounds for big tournaments like the European Championship and World Cup.
As the UEFA Nations League presses on, this weekend sees a full slate of 27 matches taking place between Saturday, October 10th and Sunday the 11th as they head into Match Day 3. Nearly every single team is in action this weekend, with a quick turnaround as Match Day 4 will take place the following Tuesday and Wednesday.
The group winners in Leagues B, C, and D will be promoted to the next group up, while the last-place finishers in each group in Leagues A and B will be relegated, while the losers of League C will participate in a play-off to determine which 2 teams will drop down to League D.