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2020/21 UEFA Nations League England v Belgium

In the second season of the UEFA Nations League, England’s first home match is against Belgium.

This is the first time the two sides have met since the 2018 FIFA World Cup, when Roberto Martinez’s side enjoyed two victories over the Three Lions. England finished 3rd 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.

Join Engage in our ICON Club at Wembley, which ensures both unparalleled views, and the VIP treatment that all guests can expect. Avoid the rush with pre- and post-match hospitality. Experience better with Engage ICON Club at England v Belgium 2020.

9th Oct 2020 Wembley

2020/21 UEFA Nations League England v Belgium

9th Oct 2020
Package ICON Club
Price POA. For details, please call 02070 48 48 48
Ticket Multiple
Details
  • Early admission to the glass fronted pitch viewing facility inside Wembley Stadium
  • Premium match seats outside the Suite
  • Complimentary bar of beers, wines and soft drinks served 3 hours pre-match & 1 hour post-match
  • Superb 3 course grazing meal with selected wine
  • Guest appearance by football legends
  • Half time drinks & food
  • Accommodation arrangements by Engage Concierge
  • Please refer to our Terms & Conditions of booking
 

Product Description

England v Belgium, to be played at Wembley on Friday 9th October 2020, is England’s first home match in the 2020/2021 UEFA Nations League. All matches are to be played between September and November 2020.

The way the UEFA Nations League works is the 55 football associations were split into four Leagues according to their position in the UEFA National Team Coefficient Rankings (1–16 in League A, 17–32 in League B, 33-48 in League C, 49–55 in League D). Within each League, teams were subdivided into two pots (League D) or four (for Leagues A, B and C), again according to the rankings.

Teams play each other home and away, with the four group winners of League A qualifying for the UEFA Nations League Finals in June 2021, which feature semi-finals, a third-place match and the final. The group winners in Leagues B, C and D gain promotion and those who finish bottom of the groups in Leagues A and B will be relegated.

This is the first time England v Belgium have met since the 2018 FIFA World Cup, when Roberto Martinez’s side enjoyed two victories over the Three Lions. England finished 3rd 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.

Holders Portugal drew France, Sweden and Croatia, while Spain and Germany have been pooled together.  Denmark and Iceland are also in England’s Pool A, group 2.

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.