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UEFA Nations League finals: broadcasters, fixtures

UEFA Nations League finals: broadcasters, fixtures, time, date, rules

April 9, 2019 By Ali M.
With the finals fast approaching, here's everything you need to know about the remaining games in the UEFA Nations League's inaugural season.

Football fans, get excited! The UEFA Nations League Finals are fast approaching. After entertaining the masses in the first stage, this competition has everyone wondering who will lift the inaugural title in the summer of 2019.

The four League A group winners will fight it out for the trophy, but a few more games remain before one nation can get their hands on this prize. Here's everything you need to know about the UEFA Nations League Finals.

Who have made the finals?

  1. England

  2. Portugal

  3. Switzerland

  4. Netherlands

Recap: how the final four was decided

Before the much anticipated clash between Germany and the Netherlands on November 19, 2018, three teams had already booked their spot in the UEFA Nations League finals; they were Portugal, England, and Switzerland. The last spot would go to either France or Netherlands, with the latter needing a draw at the very least to progress. Les Bleus were moments away from reaching their second senior tournament final within four months until the Oranje completed a stunning 2-2 comeback against Die Mannschaft. 


Just as it is with all last-four games, the two winners will move on to the ultimate game. This will be a one-off tie, not a two-legged affair similar to the Champions League. The losers will face off in a third-place playoff on June 8.

Semi-Final Dates

June 5, 2019: Portugal v Switzerland at 14:45 ET

June 6, 2019: Netherlands v England at 14:45 ET

When is the UEFA Nations League final?

Mark your calendar and clear your schedule on Sunday, June 9, 2019 to witness the champion of the inaugural UEFA Nations League tournament.

Locations for the semis and the final

UEFA has announced that the finals will be held in Portugal, with Porto's Estádio do Dragão set to stage Portugal vs Switzerland and the final while Guimaraes' Estádio D. Afonso Henriques will hold Netherlands vs England and the third-place playoff.

What is at stake?

Each of the four group winners have earned a spot in the European Championship playoffs in case they fail to qualify for Euro 2020 through the standard qualification round. However, the biggest thing at stake is the chance of winning the inaugural UEFA Nations League season.

The financial ramifications to winning the UEFA Nations League will also be great. On top of the $5.1M the four finalists have already received in solidarity fee and bonus for winning their groups, the champion will earn an additional $11.8M for winning the trophy. Here is how the prize money will be split:

  1. €10.5M ($11.8M) to the champion

  2. €9.0M ($10.1M) to the runner-up

  3. €8.0M ($9M) to the third-placed team

  4. €7.0M ($7.9M) to the fourth-placed team

Wondering how you can watch the finals? Here are the broadcasters

  • In the USA: ESPN holds English broadcasting rights in the United States. They will air the tournament throughout their many platforms, including their TV channels and streaming services.

  • In the UK: Sky Sports will air the finals in the United Kingdom due to their TV, Internet, and mobile broadcasting rights. This means you can follow the tournament on Sky UK's channel and streaming options. 

  • In Portugal: Want to watch the finals on TV, Internet, or mobile? Then SporTV will be your go-to broadcasters for the remaining games. Addtionally, RTP will air Portugal's game. 

  • In the Netherlands: NPO will air the national team's game in the Netherlands across TV, Internet, and mobile while Ziggo Sport has the rights to air all the remaining games.

  • In Switzerland: Want to watch all the remaining games? Then tune in to DAZN and their streaming service to catch the tournament on Internet or mobile. SRF offers that and TV coverage but only for Switzerland's games.

Unfortunately for Canadian fans, no broadcaster has picked up the UEFA Nations League rights in Canada yet. If a broadcaster does pick up the transmission rights, we'll make sure to update that news here. For more geo-localized listings, please check our dedicated UEFA Nations League competition page.

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