The 2021 UEFA Nations League finals draw took place on Thursday 3 December.
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The 2021 UEFA Nations League finals draw, which was streamed live on Thursday 3 December from UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland, decided the semi-final fixtures set to take place next October.
Wednesday 6 October: Italy vs Spain (San Siro, Milan)
Thursday 7 October: Belgium vs France (Juventus Stadium, Turin)
Match for third place
Sunday 10 October: Juventus Stadium, Turin
Sunday 10 October: San Siro, Milan
Who was involved in the draw?
The 2021 UEFA Nations League finals draw involved the winners of the four groups in League A:
Group 1: Italy
Group 2: Belgium
Group 3: France
Group 4: Spain
Where will the matches take place?
Three associations with teams in Group A1 declared an interest in hosting the finals: Italy, Netherlands and Poland. The winner of this group (Italy) was confirmed as finals hosts at the UEFA Executive Committee meeting on Thursday 3 December.
How did the draw work?
The draw decided the two pairings for the semi-finals, with no seeding or restrictions; these fixtures will take place on 6 and 7 October 2021.
The team drawn first was the home team of match pairing A, and the team drawn second the away team of match pairing A. The third team drawn was the home team of match pairing B. Pot 1 was emptied and the draw finished with the fourth team drawn to be the away team of match pairing B.
If the second or fourth team drawn was the host team, the relevant semi-final pairing would be switched around so that the host team was declared the home team. The match pairing which includes the host team was considered to be semi-final 1 on Wednesday 6 October; the other match pairing is semi-final 2 on Thursday 7 October.
The final and the match for third place will be on Sunday 10 October.