[Mis à jour le 22 septembre 2022 à 22h52] It was necessary to change your tone after four failures, including two defeats, at the start of the competition. The League of Nations resumed under better auspices for the French football team, which won (2-0) at the Stade de France this Thursday, September 22, against Austria. In a match controlled from start to finish or almost, the Blues showed a completely different face than last June, animating the game and creating many chances which could have increased the score. Yet another ride from Kylian Mbappé and a whim from Olivier Giroud therefore allowed Didier Deschamps and his group to reassure themselves, despite the avalanche of injuries which overwhelmed the locker room before this meeting.
The adventure of the League of Nations should therefore continue in group A for the men of Didier Deschamps, even if it is still necessary to confirm against Denmark, for the last day on Sunday. If they already know that they will not play in the final phase of the 2022 edition, their chances of being in a favorable position for the Euro 2024 draw also remain intact.
In the other matches of this 6th day of the League of Nations, Croatia won against Denmark (2-1), thus taking the lead in group A, that of France. Belgium overcame Wales (2-1) in Group D and the Netherlands beat Poland (2-0). Tomorrow, the League of Nations continues with, on the program in particular, a shock Italy – England in group C.
What are the Nations League standings?
The Football Nations League is made up of four leagues, League A, B, C and D. The group winners of Leagues B, C and D will be promoted and the last of Leagues A and B will be relegated to the lower league. Find the rankings of the different leagues:
League A standings
League B standings
League C standings
League D standings
The League of Nations matches were linked from June 2, 2022 with bursts of results in each group. Discover the results of the League A matches below and click to discover the results of all the matches on the official website :
What are the 2022-2023 Nations League groups?
- A1: Austria, Croatia, Denmark, France
- A2: Czech Republic, Switzerland, Portugal, Spain
- A3: Hungary, England, Germany, Italy
- A4: Wales, Poland, Netherlands, Belgium
- B1: Armenia, Republic of Ireland, Scotland, Ukraine.
- B2: Albania, Israel, Russia, Iceland.
- B3: Montenegro, Romania, Finland, Bosnia and Herzegovina
- B4: Slovenia, Serbia, Norway, Sweden.
- C1: Faroe Islands, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Turkey.
- C2: Cyprus, Kosovo, Greece, Northern Ireland.
- C3: Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Slovakia.
- C4: Gibraltar, Georgia, North Macedonia, Bulgaria.
- D1: Latvia, Andorra, Moldova, Liechtenstein
- D2: San Marino, Estonia, Malta
What is the 2022-2023 Nations League schedule?
The 2022-2023 Nations League calendar is divided into several days from June 2, 2022 to June 18, 2023, the date of the final of the competition. Discover below the matches of the next day (the table is limited to the next 15 matches, it is possible to unroll it).
Here is the full 2022-2023 Nations League schedule:
- Days 1 and 2: June 2-8, 2022;
- Days 3 and 4: June 8-14, 2022;
- Days 5 and 6: September 22-27, 2022;
- Draw for the final phase: to be determined;
- Semi-finals: June 14 and 15, 2023;
- Final and match for third place: June 18, 2023
What is the schedule of matches for the France team?
Here is the schedule of matches for the French football team for the Nations League, a competition in which France are defending champions after their victory against Spain in 2021.
- D1 : France – Denmark (Friday June 3, 8:45 p.m.)
- D2 : Croatia – France (Monday June 6, 8:45 p.m.)
- D3 : Austria – France (Friday June 10, 8:45 p.m.)
- D4 : France – Croatia (Monday June 13, 8:45 p.m.)
- D5 : France – Austria (Thursday September 22, 8:45 p.m.)
- D6 : Denmark – France (Sunday September 25, 8:45 p.m.)
What are the rules of the League of Nations?
The Football Nations League is organized into four leagues. The four winners of the groups of League A are qualified for the Final Four (semi-finals + final), the winners of the groups of Leagues B, C and D will be promoted and the last of Leagues A and B will be relegated to the lower league . It should also be remembered that, as in the first edition of the competition, won last year by Portugal, the challenge of this League of Nations is twofold: beyond the trophy awarded to the final winner (necessarily from the League A), two possibly qualifying places for the World Cup 2022 are granted since the two best winners of Nations League groups (in all leagues) who are not directly qualified via the classic play-offs (which remain in force) will be able to participate in play-offs. This year it is France and Belgium, who will therefore have a lifeline in the event of poor performance during the qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.