The Nations League draws to a close this weekend with the final and third place play-off to wrap up the 2022/23 campaign.


Croatia take on Spain in the showpiece match with Luka Modric playing a pivotal role in leading his team to within inches of a trophy once more.

Netherlands and Italy will use the third place play-off as an experimental fixture to test out their squads in a match that may lack the intensity of the final itself.

Reigning champions France failed to reach the finals at the expense of Croatia, while the Netherlands will host the finals, to be played across two stadiums in the country.

Every game will be shown live across a variety of channels and we're on hand to bring you all the key dates for your diary and make sure you never miss a moment. brings you the latest Nations League fixtures schedule including every game you can watch live in the UK, and we'll keep you updated throughout the whole season.

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Nations League finals 2023 on TV

All Nations League matches will be shown live on Viaplay in the UK, aside from England matches.

Viaplay Sports is a monthly or annual subscription service available for brand new customers or it can be added to existing Virgin Media and Sky TV packages.

Channel 4 has picked up the rights to show England games live on its free-to-air TV channel and online service.

Wales games will also be shown live on Welsh-language channel S4C.

Nations League finals 2023 fixtures

All UK time.


Wednesday 14th June

Netherlands v Croatia (7:45pm)

Thursday 15th June

Spain v Italy (7:45pm)

Third-place play-off

Sunday 18th June

TBC v TBC (2pm)


Sunday 18th June

TBC v TBC (7:45pm)

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