Teams that win their group in League A advance to compete for the Nations League title. The nations that win their group in League B, League C and League D move up a division to the next highest tier. In a similar fashion, the bottom teams in League A and League B are relegated to a lower tier, while the last-placed teams in League C participate in a relegation playoff since only two of the four basement teams in League C get relegated to League D (that's because only two League D teams are promoted). The entire 2022-23 UEFA Nations League group stage will conclude by Sept. 2022. The semifinals and final involving the four group winners in League A will take place in 2023.
Spanish-language coverage will be found on Univision streaming platform ViX. Fans streaming fuboTV’s exclusive matches can monitor other scores and player/match stats on the same screen with fubo's FanView live stats feature. Additionally, fans on Apple TV can watch up to four UEFA Nations League matches simultaneously (or up to two matches if also using FanView) thanks to fuboTV’s MultiView feature.
Malta Bulgaria vs. Gibraltar Finland vs. Romania Bosnia & Herz. vs. Montenegro Italy vs. England Germany vs. Hungary Saturday, Sept. 24 9 a. m. Armenia vs. Ukraine Slovenia vs. Norway Northern Ireland vs. Kosovo Cyprus vs. Greece Serbia vs. Sweden Israel vs. Albania Scotland vs. Rep. of Ireland Spain vs. Switzerland Czech Rep. Portugal Sunday, Sept.