The first round of matches for the 2018-19 season will start in September. The format sees four leagues of A, B, C and D, split into four groups of three or four teams, and will hopefully replace the meaningless international friendlies which dot the calendar.
The Nations League, which has promotion and relegation, is designed to allow teams to play against those who are similarly ranked and will offer some who do not qualify for Euro 2020 via the normal route a path to the play-offs.
The Nations League competition will see semi-finals, the final and a third-placed game, held between June 5-9, 2019.
Elsewhere, England have been drawn against Spain and Croatia, while in a mouthwatering Group B4, Wales and Republic of Ireland were paired together — meaning former Manchester United team-mates Ryan Giggs and Roy Keane will face each other on the touchline.
Northern Ireland are in Group B3, and will play Austria and Bosnia-Herzegovina while Scotland, in League Three, will face Israel and Albania.
UEFA Nations League Groups
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Republic of Ireland