The Finals draw, featuring the four League A group winners, was conducted on Monday 3 December.
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The UEFA Nations League Finals draw decided the semi-final fixtures as well as determining which semi-final provides the administrative 'home' team for the final. It took place at Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin, on Monday 3 December.
UEFA Nations League Finals draw
Wednesday 5 June: Portugal v Switzerland (Estádio do Dragão, Porto)
Thursday 6 June: Netherlands v England (Estádio D. Afonso Henriques, Guimaraes)
Match for third place
Sunday 9 June: Estádio D. Afonso Henriques, Guimaraes, 15:00CET
Sunday 9 June: Final Estádio do Dragão, Porto
Kick-off 20:45CET unless stated.
Who was involved?
The 2019 UEFA Nations League Finals features the winners of the four groups in League A:
Group 1: Netherlands
Group 2: Switzerland
Group 3: Portugal (hosts)
Group 4: England
How did the draw work?
The draw decided the two pairings for the semi-finals, with no seeding or restrictions. The tie involving the hosts will take place on Wednesday 5 June, with the other last-four fixture the following day.
The final and match for third place are scheduled for Sunday 9 June. One of the semi-final ties was drawn out to determine which provides the 'home' team for either match (i.e. final and third-place); this was done for administrative purposes.