League of Nations-2018/2019. The Ukrainian national team will play with teams from the Czech Republic and Slovakia

Today was the draw of the League of Nations, which identified the opponents of the national team of Ukraine in a new tournament.

The ceremony took place at the Lausanne Center Swiss Tech Convention. It was hosted by UEFA Secretary General Giorgio Marquette and UEFA Press Service Director Pedro Pinto. Also known in the past were famous national football players - Portuguese Deco, Czech Vladimir Schmicer, Finn Yari Litmanen and Belarusian Alexander Gleb. It was Schmicer who identified the opponents of the Ukrainian national team in League V.

Our team was in the second basket before the draw. Accordingly, she could get into the competition one team of first and third baskets.

The 55 European teams were split into four leagues (A, B, C and D) in October last year by odds. It consists of national teams in the 2014 World Cup (20%), Euro 2016 (40%) and 2018 World Cup (40%).

There are 12 top teams in League A. The next 12 went to League B, the next 15 to League C, the rest 16 to League D.

Leagues A and B consist of four groups of three teams. In League C, there is one group with three teams and three groups with four. League D consists of four groups of four teams.

League A

Group A1

Germany

France

Holland

Group A2

Belgium

Switzerland

Iceland

Group A3

Portugal

Italy

Польща

Group A4

Spain

England

Croatia

League В

Group B1

Slovakia

Ukraine

Czech Republic

Group B2

Russia

Sweden

Turkey

Group B3

Austria

Bosnіya і Herzegovina

Northern Ireland

Group B4

Wales

Ireland

Denmark

League С

Group C1

Scotland

Albania

Israel

Group C2

Угорщина

Greece

Finland

Estonia

Group C3

Slovenia

Norway

Bulgaria

Kіpr

Group C4

Romania

Serbia

Montenegro

Lithuania

League D

Group D1

Грузія

Latvia

Kazakhstan

Andorra

Group D2

Білорусь

Luxembourg

Молдова

San Marino

Group D3

Azerbaijan

Faroes

Malta

Kosovo

Group D4

Macedonia

Вірменія

Liechtenstein

Gibartar

The strongest teams of Division A teams in June 2019 will find out in the Playoffs (semifinals and finals) the first Nations League winner. The semi-finals will be drawn by lot and will be chosen by the UEFA Executive Committee in December 2018.

The leaders of the B, C and D divisions will be eligible for promotion in the class and will reach the final pool (will be held in March 2020), where each will play one Euro 2020 license, and the four worst A, B and C league teams in the next draw will be in the division below.

There are six match windows (6-8 and 9-11 September, 11-13 and 14-16 October, 15-17 and 18-20 November 2018).

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