UEFA have created a new tournament called the UEFA Nations League, which will take place every two years between the 55 member nations of UEFA.
The aim of the new tournament is to improve and rejuvenate national team football, it stems from fans wanting more competition from the international friendlies and to offer the smaller nations the chance to grow in international tournaments.
All 55 teams have been broken down into four leagues A, B, C and D, where they will compete against similarly ranked teams. Within each league teams have been divided into groups, and the winner of each group will gain promotion and the bottom will face relegation into the lower league. Within each group, the teams will play one another both home and away towards the end of 2018.
At the end of the tournament, the four group winners in the top of league A will face each other in Semi-Finals with the two winners going into a Final which will be played in June 2019 to determine the first ever winner of the UEFA Nations League.
England sits in group four of league A alongside Spain and Croatia, you can see their two home games as they play at Wembley Stadium:
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