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The Nations League: explained | LG

By 12.11.2018

UEFA’s new international competition, the Nations League, is sure to shake things up on the world footballing stage. Some of the world’s finest players are battling it out for supremacy – and qualification for the upcoming Euro 2020 competition.

As the English FA’s official digital screen partner, LG is proud to support the Three Lions on their quest for Nations League glory this season

Our guide explains everything you need to know.

What is the Nations League?

The UEFA Nations League is a new biennial international football competition for the 2018 - 2019 season. It includes all 55 UEFA national football teams and replaces the traditional international friendly format, to ensure all games are fiercely completed - with all teams having something to play for.

How does the Nations League work?

The 55 teams are split into four leagues A, B, C and D, and then divided into four groups within these leagues. There are three or four teams in each group, with nations playing each other home and away. Group winner in Leagues B, C and D are automatically promoted to the division above, with those finishing last in A, B and C, relegated.

The winners of the four groups in League A qualify for the much-anticipated Final Four competition – taking place in June 2019.


Who are England facing?

England face an incredibly tough task to top their group. Facing former World and European champions Spain, and 2018 runners-up Croatia – who have a point to prove after coming so close in Russia.

It’s a big ask, but with a young crop of players fresh from a best-in-a-generation performance in this summer’s international action, England have every chance of advancing to the Final Four.

Why watch football in 4K?

4K captures the all-encompassing matchday experience – the anguish, the joy, the noise, the views – and transmits it directly to your sofa. See the  action unfold as though you’re in the stadium. The pitch appears as lush and as green as the groundsman intended. See the perspiration form on the players’ faces as they strive for a last-minute equaliser or winner.

Where to watch football in 4K?

There’s now more places to watch football in 4K than ever before. Watch the best clubs in Europe pit themselves against one another as they bid to become the best team on the continent on BT Sport 4K UHD. 


For domestic top-flight action, it has to be Sky Sports with Sky Q. Witness lightning-fast action from the best league in the world as the giants of English football battle to claim bragging rights over the rest of the country for the summer. You can also catch all of England’s home fixtures in the Nations League this season on Sky Sports in crystal-clear 4K*.

*Only England’s home Nations League fixtures are available to view in 4K

Kick-off the action in style with an LG 4K Ultra HD TV

England's upcoming fixtures

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Sky Sports