By S. Gebara
The UEFA Nations League is an European tournament that divides itself into 4 major groups consisting of the best European nations in one group, the second best European countries in another group and the least best countries in another group. The UEFA Nations League exists to give more enthusiasm to the Euro Cup 2020 qualifiers and to give another chance to teams that didn’t manage to qualify. Each group is divided to even smaller groups, consisting up to 3 teams in each group. These teams play each other twice, one match at home and another away. The best one in each of these “mini groups” will then play with the best of the other groups. So the top 4 best teams from the “mini group” will have to play the semi-finals with the best of each “mini group” in their table resulting in the UEFA Nations league semifinals. But what about the other Tables? So then comes the complex part. The top 4 best teams in each group, will divide into a table where there will be 4 teams per group resulting in 16 teams in total. These teams will try and find a spot in the Euro 2020, but only the best ones in each group will manage to accomplish it. But what if one of the number one team qualified in there has already been qualified by the usual method? Then one of the lower ranked group team will join depending on their rank. The best ranked in the table will find a spot in the Euro 2020, making it easier and helpful for those teams who are in need.