Who is in the final?
The host Portugal take on the Netherlands in inaugural UEFA Nations League final on Sunday. Portugal booked their place by a 3-1 win against Switzerland in the first semi-final on Wednesday. The Netherlands followed on Thursday after defeating England 3-1.
When does it take place?
The final match will take place on Sunday 9 June, starting at 20:45CET (19:45 local time).
Where is it being played?
It is being played at the Estádio do Dragão (Dragon Stadium), that is home of Porto, 28-time Portuguese champions. It opened with a friendly against Barcelona at the end of 2003, when the 16-year-old Argentinian boy Lionel Messi made his debut for the visitors. That year it also hosted the opening game of UEFA EURO 2004 as well as Porto’s advance to the Champions League glory under José Mourinho.
How about tickets sellling?
Tickets selling is based on a first-come, first-served rule.
How can I watch the final?
Here is the full list of global UEFA Nations League broadcast partners.
What kits will the teams wear?
According to rule, the home team Portugal is entitled to wear their first-choice kit.
What if the scores of the final are level after the normal time?
If the final ends in a draw at the end of normal time, there is extra time when two teams are allowed for a fourth substitution. After the additional time, if the scores are still level, there is a penalty shoot-out and goal-line technology will be utilized.
What about the Match for the third place?
Losing semi-finalists England and Switzerland will meet in Guimaraes on Sunday 9 June. The match will be starting at 15:00CET.
What does the winner get?
The winner will get a fetching 71cm-tall sterling silver trophy. The money on offer is:
€10.5m for Winners
€9.0m for Runners-up
€8.0m for Third place
€7.0m for Fourth place