Spain is already classified for the Final Four of the UEFA Nations League, a tournament barely two years old and that has Portugal as the only winner in its record at the moment.
Selection of Luis Enrique got the pass with a historic 6-0 win over Germany that allowed him to complete the leadership of Group 4 of League A, the first division of the tournament. In addition to Spain, on the same day, France also achieved their qualification to the final phase of the tournament thanks to their win over Sweden 4-2Thus, in addition to qualifying, they did so without having lost any of the six games played in Group 3.
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Dates and venues
The Final Four of the UEFA Nations League will be disputed between October 6 and 10, 2021. The semifinals will be played on the 6th and 7th and the final and the match for third and fourth place on the 10th.
The headquarters will be announced soon, the day of the same draw that will be on December 3, but it must meet a number of requirements. “The UEFA Executive Committee will select the host country from one of the participants in the Final Four, which will be held in two stadiums, each with a capacity of at least 30,000 spectators. Ideally, the stadiums should be located in the same city host or with a distance of up to 150 km approximately “, explain from UEFA.
Although Spain is not ruled out, as the champion of its group, the most likely options are Italy, Poland or the Netherlands, who will play the pass against each other as Group 1 champions.
Ranked and Released Teams
Spain and France, group 4 and 3 winners respectively, are the first to have their Final Four tickets confirmed.
This Wednesday the other two classifieds are decided. In Group 1, Italy, the Netherlands and Poland have options. Those of Roberto Mancini They start with an advantage, since they play against the relegated Bosnia-Herzegovina, while the other two teams will play each other. The ‘azurra’ leads the group with 9 points, followed by the ‘oranje’ and the Poles, with 8 and 7 respectively. Any of the three can pass, although a draw at the Silesian Stadium in Chorzów would be the best possible result for the Italians, for whom it would suffice to equalize as well.
The other ticket is pending in Group 2, which will be played between them Belgium and Denmark.
The teams already relegated to League B are Bosnia-Herzegovina, Iceland, Sweden and Estonia, the latter pending a ‘playoff’.