UEFA Nations League Live Streaming and Schedule

UEFA Nations League Live Stream, Match, Preview, Schedule and Video.

Latest UEFA Nations League Highlights

Sep 27 2022
Portugal 0 - 1 Spain UEFA Nations League
Switzerland 2 - 1 Czech Republic UEFA Nations League
Ireland Republic 3 - 2 Armenia UEFA Nations League
Ukraine 0 - 0 Scotland UEFA Nations League
Albania 1 - 1 Iceland UEFA Nations League
Norway 0 - 2 Serbia UEFA Nations League
Sweden 1 - 1 Slovenia UEFA Nations League
Greece 3 - 1 Northern Ireland UEFA Nations League
Kosovo 5 - 1 Cyprus UEFA Nations League
Sep 26 2022
England 3 - 3 Germany UEFA Nations League
Hungary 0 - 2 Italy UEFA Nations League
Montenegro 0 - 2 Finland UEFA Nations League
Romania 4 - 1 Bosnia and Herzegovina UEFA Nations League
Gibraltar 1 - 2 Georgia UEFA Nations League
North Macedonia 0 - 1 Bulgaria UEFA Nations League
San Marino 0 - 4 Estonia UEFA Nations League
Sep 25 2022
Netherlands 1 - 0 Belgium UEFA Nations League
Denmark 2 - 0 France UEFA Nations League
Austria 1 - 3 Croatia UEFA Nations League
Wales 0 - 1 Poland UEFA Nations League
Sep 27 2022
Portugal 0 - 1 Spain
Switzerland 2 - 1 Czech Republic
Ireland Republic 3 - 2 Armenia
Ukraine 0 - 0 Scotland
Albania 1 - 1 Iceland
Norway 0 - 2 Serbia
Sweden 1 - 1 Slovenia
Greece 3 - 1 Northern Ireland
Kosovo 5 - 1 Cyprus
Sep 26 2022
England 3 - 3 Germany
Hungary 0 - 2 Italy
Montenegro 0 - 2 Finland
Romania 4 - 1 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Gibraltar 1 - 2 Georgia
North Macedonia 0 - 1 Bulgaria
San Marino 0 - 4 Estonia
Sep 25 2022
Netherlands 1 - 0 Belgium
Denmark 2 - 0 France
Austria 1 - 3 Croatia
Wales 0 - 1 Poland

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About UEFA Nations League

The UEFA Nations League is a biennial international football competition contested by the senior men's national teams of the member associations of UEFA, the sport's European governing body. The first tournament began in September 2018, following the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The four group winners from League A qualified for the finals, played in Portugal in June 2019. Four nations, one from each League, also qualified for the UEFA Euro 2020 finals. The competition largely replaces the international friendly matches previously played on the FIFA International Match Calendar to more competitive matches. The competition is regarded by UEFA as a major tournament.