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2023 UEFA Nations League Finals

June 14, 2023 June 18, 2023

The 2023 UEFA Nations League Finals is the final tournament of the 2022-2023 UEFA Nations League, contested by the four group winners of the top league (League A). This will be the third Finals to be held, the first took place in Portugal in June 2019, won by the hosts and the second in October 2021 in Italy won by France.

What is the UEFA Nations League?

The UEFA Nations League is an international men’s football competition, contested by members of the European football governing body, UEFA and first held in 2018. The tournament was created in order to replace uncompetitive international friendlies with competitive matches between equally ranked teams.

The UEFA Nations League is a biennial tournament, held between the FIFA World Cup and UEFA European Championships. All 55 UEFA members compete in the UEFA Nations League, divided into four divisions (leagues) with promotion and relegation between them.

Who is competing in the 2023 UEFA Nations League Finals?

In the top league (League A) of the UEFA Nations League, the four group winners qualify for the UEFA Nations League Finals, hosted by one of those four teams.

The four group winners of League A from the 2022-2023 UEFA Nations League were:

A1 – Croatia
A2 – Spain
A3 – Italy
A4 – Netherlands

Where is the 2023 UEFA Nations League Finals?

Only the participants of the Finals are eligible to host the tournament, with two stadiums each of a capacity of more than to 30,000 to be used and ideally within the same city or up to 150 kilometres apart.

The Netherlands were chosen to the 2023 Finals and have chosen Stadion Feijenoord (De Kuip) in Rotterdam and De Grolsch Veste in Enschede.

2023 UEFA Nations League Finals Match Schedule


14th June 2023 – Netherlands v TBC (TBC)

15th June 2023 – TBC v TBC (TBC)

Third place play-off

18th June 2023 – TBC v TBC (TBC)


18th June 2023 – TBC v TBC (TBC)

How do I get to the 2023 UEFA Nations League Finals?

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is the main international airport of the Netherlands and the third busiest airport in Europe. The airport is the hub for KLM, as well as several low-cost carriers. Therefore Schiphol is extremely well connected with flights across much of Europe as well as many destinations across Asia, North America and South America. Schiphol Airport has a major railway station underneath the passenger terminal, with trains running frequently to Rotterdam in about 25 minutes or Enschede in 2 hours.

Alternatively Rotterdam The Hague Airport is located approximately 6 kilometres north of Rotterdam, mainly offering low-cost carrier flights across Europe.

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There are no direct services between Rotterdam railway station and Enschede railway station, usually requiring a change at another station with a journey time of just over 2 and a half hours. There may possibly be additional direct services laid on during the tournament.

Further travel information for each venue is available on the stadium guide for Stadion Feijenoord (De Kuip) and De Grolsch Veste.

Hotels for the 2023 UEFA Nations League Finals

Use TripAdvisor to find some great places to stay in Rotterdam or Enschede by clicking on each link.


How do I get tickets to the 2023 UEFA Nations League Finals?

Ticket information for the 2023 Finals will be available on the official UEFA website, you can subscribe to updates on the official website here.

Further Information

UEFA Nations League Official Website

Sports Tourist Blog at 2019 UEFA Nations League Finals – June 2019

The Netherlands

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