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UEFA Nations League draw confirmed [Full groups]

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England have been drawn against Finland, the Republic of Ireland and Greece in their 2024/2025 Nations League campaign.

The Three Lions were relegated from League A in the last edition of the tournament. They finished bottom of a group that had Italy, Hungary and Germany.

The League phase will begin September 5, with the next matchday a few days later.

Matchdays three and four will be played during the October international break, before the league phase concludes in November.

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The quarter-finals are scheduled for March 2025, before the semi-finals and final are played that June.

The full draw for the 2024/2025 Nations League is as follows:

League A

A1: Croatia, Portugal, Poland, Scotland

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A2: Italy, Belgium, France, Israel

A3: Netherlands, Hungary, Germany, Bosnia-Herzegovina

A4: Spain, Denmark, Switzerland, Serbia

League B

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B1: Czechia, Ukraine, Albania, Georgia

B2: England, Finland, Republic of Ireland, Greece

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B3: Austria, Norway, Slovenia, Kazakhstan

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B4: Wales, Iceland, Montenegro, Turkey

League C

C1: Sweden, Azerbaijan, Slovakia, Estonia

C2: Romania, Kosovo, Cyprus, Lithuania/Gibraltar*

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C3: Luxembourg, Bulgaria, Northern Ireland, Belarus

C4: Armenia, Faroe Islands, North Macedonia, Latvia

League D

D1: Lithuania/Gibraltar*, San Marino, Lichtenstein

D2: Moldova, Malta, Andorra

* Gibraltar and Lithuania will have a relegation play-off to see who ends in Leagues C and D in March 2024.

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