The UEFA Nations League title will be decided in a match between Spain and France on Sunday, October 10 at the San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy. Before you watch, here’s everything you should know.
On Sunday, Spain will face France in the UEFA Nations League final at Milan’s San Siro Stadium.
The Nations League final also features two teams who have something in common: both Spain and France failed to qualify for the Euros this summer.
Following their failings at the 2018 World Cup, Spain now has a chance to capture a big title. La Roja dominated the game by winning back-to-back European Championships in 2008 and 2012, and their first and only World Cup in 2010.
Spain has rebuilt under manager Luis Enrique in the previous year and reached the Nations League final after defeating Italy 2-1 in the semifinals on Wednesday, ending the Azzurri’s world-record 37-game unbeaten streak.
In the second semifinal, defending World Cup champions France defeated Belgium 3-2 in a stunning come-from-behind victory after Les Blues were behind 2-0 at halftime.
UEFA Nations League final: Where to watch Spain vs. France
Date: Sunday, Oct. 10
Start time: 2:45 p.m. ET
Location: Milan, Italy
Stadium: Stadio San Siro
TV Info: ESPN
Live Stream: ESPN+ | Fubo.TV
The UEFA Nations League, which takes place every two years, was established in 2018 to replace pointless friendlies with meaningful matches. Portugal won the inaugural event in 2019.