UEFA Nations League TV listings

Sunday, 10 October 2021
14:00
UEFA Nations League
Italy
Belgium
Sky Sports Football
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Spain
France
Sky Sports Ultra HD
Sky Sports Main Event
Sky Sports Football
Thursday, 07 October 2021
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Belgium
France
Sky Sports Main Event
Sky Sports Football
Wednesday, 06 October 2021
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Italy
Spain
Sky Sports Ultra HD
Sky Sports Football
Wednesday, 18 November 2020
15:00
UEFA Nations League
kazakhstan
Lithuania
Sky Sports Red Button
15:00
UEFA Nations League
Albania
Belarus
Sky Sports Football
17:00
UEFA Nations League
Georgia
Estonia
Sky Sports Red Button
17:00
UEFA Nations League
Armenia
North Macedonia
Sky Sports Football
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Belgium
Denmark
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Bosnia
Italy
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
England
Iceland
Sky Sports Main Event
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Israel
Scotland
Sky Sports Football
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Northern Ireland
Romania
Sky Sports Mix
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Serbia
Russia
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Greece
Slovenia
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Czech Republic
Slovakia
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Austria
Norway
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Republic of Ireland
Bulgaria
Sky Sports Arena
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Hungary
Turkey
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Poland
Netherlands
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Wales
Finland
Sky Sports Premier League
S4C
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Kosovo
Moldova
Sky Sports Red Button
Tuesday, 17 November 2020
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Spain
Germany
Sky Sports Football
19:45
UEFA Nations League
France
Sweden
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Croatia
Portugal
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Malta
Faroe Islands
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Montenegro
Cyprus
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Switzerland
Ukraine
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Luxembourg
Azerbaijan
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Andorra
Latvia
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Gibraltar
Liechtenstein
Sky Sports Red Button
Sunday, 15 November 2020
14:00
UEFA Nations League
Slovakia
Scotland
Sky Sports Football
14:00
UEFA Nations League
North Macedonia
Estonia
Sky Sports Premier League
17:00
UEFA Nations League
Netherlands
Bosnia
Sky Sports Premier League
17:00
UEFA Nations League
Georgia
Armenia
Sky Sports Red Button
17:00
UEFA Nations League
Turkey
Russia
Sky Sports Red Button
17:00
UEFA Nations League
Bulgaria
Finland
Sky Sports Red Button
17:00
UEFA Nations League
Albania
kazakhstan
Sky Sports Red Button
17:00
UEFA Nations League
Belarus
Lithuania
Sky Sports Red Button
17:00
UEFA Nations League
Wales
Republic of Ireland
Sky Sports Football
S4C
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Italy
Poland
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Belgium
England
Sky Sports Main Event
Sky Sports Premier League
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Slovenia
Kosovo
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Denmark
Iceland
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Czech Republic
Israel
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Austria
Northern Ireland
Sky Sports Football
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Hungary
Serbia
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Moldova
Greece
Sky Sports Red Button
Saturday, 14 November 2020
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Germany
Ukraine
Sky Sports Red Button
19:45
UEFA Nations League
Sweden
Croatia
Sky Sports Red Button

At this time, there are no live televised UEFA Nations League events but we show you a history with the TV guide of the last broadcast seen on television.

We will update this UEFA Nations League agenda on TV when we receive confirmation from official media of the next live televised events of UEFA Nations League.

Since the beginning of this website, 309 live televised events have been published.

The first event published was on 06 September 2018 and the channel that broadcast UEFA Nations League matches the most times was Sky Sports Red Button with a total of 197.

The UEFA Nations League is a European national team competition that takes place every two years. It was played for the first time in 2018 and replaces the friendly matches in the international match calendar established by FIFA.

The first information about its creation appeared in 2013, when the president of the Norwegian Football Federation stated that a third tournament was being considered for the European national teams. In 2014, Gianni Infantino stated that one of the great benefits of the proposal was helping smaller federations find matches. Finally, on March 27 of the same year, its foundation was approved unanimously.

The initial format established that the 55 participants were divided into four leagues: 12 teams in A and B, 15 in C, and 16 in D. The teams move up and down the ranks according to their results. This distribution was modified for the 2020-21 edition, going to be located 16 teams in leagues A, B and C and only seven in D. This allowed some important teams that had descended in the first tournament, like Germany or Croatia, stay in the highest category.

The winners of each of the four groups in League A qualify for the Final Four of the UEFA Nations League, in which the champion is decided. The four matches are played in one of the four countries that make up the semifinals. The choice of the venue is made by UEFA.

Furthermore, the competition has an influence on qualifying for the Eurocup, giving teams a second way to access it. Play-offs are held for each of the leagues. Each group winner gets a place in the semifinals. If the champion is one of the 20 qualified teams, the place is awarded to another from that league. If there are less than four teams that have not obtained the classification, the places go to correspond to other of the lower leagues. This defines the last four participants of the Eurocup.

Portugal was the champion of the UEFA Nations League in its first edition. The Portuguese team advanced to the Final Four after winning the group with Italy and Poland. It was the one selected among the four to host the final phase. The venues for the matches were the Estádio do Dragão de Oporto and the Estádio D. Afonso Henriques de Guimarães. In the semifinals they defeated Switzerland 3-1. In the grand final they beat the Netherlands 1-0 with a goal from Guedes.