Written by Oluwaseun Oyediji
Ahead of this week’s opening set of games in the maiden UEFA Women’s Nations League, we take a look at the groups with titanic and some less-fancied matches expected to take place.
The teams have been separated into three leagues (League A, B, and C respectively) with each league having four groups aside from League C.
League A has four groups of four teams each with European champions, England, The Netherlands, Belgium, and Scotland in Group 1.
Group 2 of League A houses France, Norway, Austria, and Portugal with Germany, Denmark, Iceland, and Wales in Group 3.
Ground 4 comprises Sweden, World Champions, Spain, Italy, and Switzerland.
League B Group 1 has The Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Hungary, and Albania as Finland, Romania, Slovakia, and Croatia in Group 2.
In Group 3 of League B, Poland, Serbia, Ukraine, and Greece hold way while the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Belarus are in Group 4.
The last league (League C) which comprises teams in the lower runs of the FIFA rankings has five groups.
Malta, Moldova, Latvia, and Andorra are in Group 1 and Turkey, Luxembourg, Lithuania, and Georgia are in Group 2.
Group 3 occupies Azerbaijan, Montenegro, Cyprus, and Faroe Island with Israel, Estonia, Kazakhstan, and Estonia in Group 4.
Group 5 finally has three teams; North Macedonia, Kosovo, and Bulgaria.
Maiden UEFA Women’s Nations League Groups
Republic of Ireland
Bosnia and Herzegovina
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