England v Iceland is the final match in the UEFA Nations League A, Group and will be played at Wembley on Sunday 15th November 2020.
Returning for the second time in 2020/21, UEFA hopes the tournament can continue to capture the imagination of fans.
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England v Iceland, to be played at Wembley on Sunday 15th November 2020, is the final match in the UEFA Nations League A, Group 2.
The UEFA Nations League returns for the second time in 2020/21 and the European governing body will hope that the tournament can continue to capture the imagination of fans.
Three Lions manager Gareth Southgate was at the draw, which took place at the Beurs van Berlage Conference Centre in Amsterdam in March, and saw his side lined-up in group two of League A with former Portugal star Luis Figo making the draw.
It also sees England v Iceland, for the first time since their meeting in the knock-out stages of UEFA EURO 2016, when Roy Hodgson’s side slipped to defeat in Nice.
League A features the top 16 teams ranked by their UEFA team coefficient.
It makes for some of the most exciting match-ups, with England, Denmark and Belgium in Group A2, Portugal and France in Group A3 and Spain and Germany in Group A4.
The Nations League does not offer any guaranteed 2022 World Cup places, whereas the previous version from 2018-2019 provided four EURO 2020 spots. Two teams could still qualify for Qatar via the Nations League as two of the 12 World Cup play-off places are available via the Nations League.
England finished third in the inaugural Nations League last June, when they beat Switzerland in Portugal after previously losing to the Netherlands in extra time of their semi-final.
Enjoy an unrivalled experience with Engage ICON at Wembley. Soak up all the pre-match atmosphere from our Suite within Wembley’s premier pitch viewing restaurant. Enjoy a welcome champagne reception, complimentary bar 3 hours prior to the match, during and 1 hour post-match. A superb 3 course grazing pre-match buffet will be available, along with half time drinks and food. Engage Guests will relish appearances by football legends who in the past have included John Motson, Andrew Cole, Quentin Fortune, Michael Duberry.