UEFA took a somewhat peculiar competition out of its sleeve. This is the League of Nations , an international tournament that brings together 55 European teams divided into 4 leagues (A, B, C and D) according to the ranking of UEFA coefficients. The idea is none other than to improve the competitiveness of the national teams, who until now have played friendly matches without much interest.
With this new competition, the teams will have at least one goal to fulfill, which is none other than to win the first title of the League of Nations in the history of UEFA . All matches will be held in the months of September, October and November, and only the top finishers of each league (first and second in the case of League A), will reach the final phase, where four teams will play the semifinals in June of 2019.
Applications to follow the League of Nations UEFA
As you can see, the new competition brings many new features. So if the new calendar of matches does not end up being completely clear, and you want to know in which group Spain plays, what games are left and when will you come back to face other teams, we leave you a series of applications that will help you.
UEFA National Team Competitions
It is the official application of UEFA, and in it you will find not only all the details of the competition, but also the future qualification phase and the tournament itself of the next Eurocopa 2020. Send immediate notifications related to your favorite team and review videos with the summaries of each game.
Nations League – Interactive Fixture
This application will allow you to make your own predictions with the classification of the league. So you can get an idea about the possible pairings that will occur in the final phase held in July 2019. It also has the updated list of results, all the details about the classification rules and allows you to review the calendar with all the parties, venues, dates and times.
League of Nations – MobScores
With a very careful interface, Nations League offers live coverage of all matches of the League of Nations with immediate results and instant notifications. Its creators are also responsible for MobScores, another application of live results that allows to follow the results of more than 700 leagues worldwide.