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UEFA Nations League Betting

Welcome to the home of UEFA Nations League betting! This is the place to bet on football during the Nations League, wager on in-play odds, and take advantage of special markets to boost your potential payouts.

Betting on Nations League games is different to placing wagers on club football or other international tournaments because these fixtures are designed to be competitive. The Nations League is a European tournament where countries of similar rank play each other. Promotion and relegation mean nations are split into groups, which results in there being fewer uneven games.

This is ideal for football betting fans who want to bet on Nations League games at good odds, because there are rarely heavy favourites.

Here at Bet UK, we offer extensive Nations League odds on every match of the tournament. This ranges from small games in League D all the way through to the final. And you can now bet on the likes of England, Germany, France and Italy across the whole 90 minutes via our live betting markets!

Get the latest UEFA Nations League odds and betting markets direct to your phone or computer right here at Bet UK. If you’re looking to place wagers on UEFA Nations League betting odds then you’re in the right place. Here at Bet UK we feature thousands of football odds from the Nations League during every match round – so you can keep on top of all the action.

Whether you’re a live football betting fan, love to place accumulators or keep an eye out for special bets, our Nations League odds page is the place for you. Take a tour of upcoming games, see the latest UEFA Nations League winner odds, and back the players and teams you love with Bet UK!

UEFA Nations League Bets

The current Nations League kicked off in June 2022, with the final scheduled for 18 June 2023. Only teams in the League A groups can compete for a chance to play in the final.

For this reason, UEFA Nations League bets on who will win the tournament focus on the big boys in the competition: France, Spain, Belgium and England. Nations League group betting is a great way to get closer to the action and wager on genuinely competitive games. There may have only been two previous installments of the Nations League but already we’ve witnessed more average shots per game than in the Premier League, and more goals per game than La Liga.

Many punters, therefore, wager on goals markets in these games, such as total goals, team totals and handicaps. Betting on group winners is also a popular choice due to the long-term nature of the wagers, and the likelihood that the football odds will rise and fall during the competition.

Yet the group stage isn’t the only time to wager on Nations League games. The Nations League Finals is a mini summer tournament where the four best teams battle it out for the championship – and these games are as intense as any World Cup or European Championship clash.

France and Portugal were the first two teams to win the Nations League. Whether we see them successfully defend their titles this season remains to be seen!

How to bet on UEFA Nations League

Placing a Nations League bet couldn’t be simpler. First, create a Bet UK account or log into your profile. Be sure to trigger any sports betting promo offers, and charge your account by making a deposit. Then, head over to the Nations League betting page, where you’ll find scores of markets available to wager on.

Simply click your chosen game or outright market, select the odds you want to back and enter your stake in the pop-up bet slip. Check your risk and potential reward, and hit ‘Place Bet’ to complete the process!

Remember, many of our UEFA Nations League odds react to real-time events. This means you can bet in-play and place your football bets at the perfect time to suit you.

UEFA Nations League odds

You can access scores of UEFA Nations League betting odds right here in the Bet UK sportsbook. Our odds rise and fall depending on what happens on the field and during the tournament.

The Nations League is an ideal competition to place sports bets because the games are played at the highest international quality over a long time period. Sometimes teams can play three games in a fortnight, which means you can build momentum backing the big boys like England, Spain and Germany, and roll over your profits.

We offer the best UEFA Nations League odds to our players and are constantly striving to improve our prices. You can cash out on numerous bets, reinvest your winnings, and trigger bet boosts throughout the season!

UEFA Nations League Winner Betting Odds

Most punters when betting on Nations League winners odds are seeking markets for the overall tournament. And Bet UK has an extensive range of odds that accurately reflect the progress of the biggest teams, so you can be sure to get the best prices.

However, you can also bet on group winners in the Nations League. This means you can back the likes of Scotland to top Group B1, or Northern Ireland to be promoted out of Group C2.

The beauty of these long-form wagers is you have to chance to change your mind midway through the season, bet against your chosen teams, or even exploit the odds to further your potential profits.

Of course, when it comes to in-play football betting there is no difference between the Nations League than any competition, such as the Bundesliga or Premier League. You can wager on straightforward bet types such as match winner (1X2), correct score, HT/FT bets and even player specials. Get into the detail even further with wagers on total corners, next goalscorer markets and card betting.

And remember, you can always check back at the odds throughout the campaign, and place your wagers at a moment that suits you!

Best UEFA Nations League Teams to bet on

There are scores of great teams across Europe but only the very best make it to League A. It’s in this top tier that teams are able to battle it our for a place in the Finals every two years. Winners of the four Nations League groups progress to the semi-finals every other summer – and the usual suspects are always floating top of the Nations League winner odds.

Here are some of the biggest hitters…

Betting on England in the UEFA Nations League

England are yet to win the Nations League but they’ve come close. They came third in 2019, beating Switzerland on penalties in the third-place playoff game. You can bet on every England Nations League game here at Bet UK and trigger some great player specials and bet boosts. We make sure to bring our punters the very best England football odds – and you can wager before kick-off and in-play during games.

You can also check up on the latest England Nations League fixtures and upcoming games from across the tournament right here in our sportsbook.

Betting on France in the UEFA Nations League

France won the 2021 Nations League, beating Spain in the final 2-1. They are almost guaranteed to be in League A every year, and are usually a good bet to make the Finals. With some of the world’s best players in their squad, Les Bleus are usually well priced in the football betting odds.

Betting on Spain in the UEFA Nations League

Having failed to make the 2019 Finals and lost the 2021 final against France, Spain are still waiting to taste glory in this tournament. But they are a fairly reliable team to finish first or second in their group. Spanish football is feared across the continent – and for punters, La Roja are always worth keeping an eye on.

Betting on Germany in the UEFA Nations League

Live Nations League betting doesn’t get much bigger than following Germany. The team usually dominates opponents but in recent years they’ve laboured up front. It means Germany games are where you can bet on goals with confidence. If it looks like they’ll struggle up top, backing few goals is the way to go.

UEFA Nations League Betting FAQs

Want to know more about the Nations League? Check out these frequently asked questions about one of European football’s most prestigious tournaments…

Who Has Won The Nations League the most?

Only two countries have won the Nations League: Portugal and France. Portugal won the first Nations League in 2019 when beating Netherlands in the final. Two years later France beat Spain 2-1 in the Nations League final in Milan.

Where can I Watch the UEFA Nations League in the UK?

You can watch Nations League on TV and online in the UK via Sky Sports. The broadcaster is showing all 162 group games, the semi-finals, third-place game and final of the 2022/23 Nations League. It is also possible to live stream Nations League via Sky Sports too.

Who are the worst teams to bet on in the UEFA Nations League?

The worst team in the UEFA Nations League is without a doubt San Marino, a team who would likely finish bottom of any of the many leagues in the world. They might get a draw in the odd game but many would expect them to lose every fixture, bookmakers odds will show this so wagering on a San Marino loss isn't always the most profitable bet of the day but it is the closest that anyone can call to a 'banker' across all competitions.

North Macedonia are another team that are hard to bet on, this is due to the fact that they can beat teams such as Germany and Italy but are also prone to losses against the likes of Georgia and Bulgaria, we recommend steering clear of North Macedonia when looking at UEFA Nations League betting in 2023.

When Did The Nations League Start?

The 2022/23 Nations League started in the first week of June 2022. The Nations League dates are as follows:

Group Stage: 4x games in June 2022, 2x games in September 2022

Semi-finals: 14/15 June 2023

Final: 18 June 2023

Relegation play-offs: March 2024

When Is The Nations League Final?

The Nations League final is scheduled for 18 June 2023. The host country will be selected from the four semi-finalists in January 2023.

How do I find UEFA Nations League betting tips and Nations League predictions?

Here at BetUK, we have a wide range of options for players, part of this includes our football betting tips hub, which includes Nations League predictions for each round of fixtures. Our UEFA Nations League predictions will always contain the odds and an option to place a bet on the Nations League's fixtures.

What happened to Russia in the UEFA Nations League?

Due to the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, they have been removed from the UEFA Nations League and immediately relegated to the third tier. They are barred from all sport matches until the situation in Ukraine has been rectified, meaning that Russia can not qualify for any finals and no wagering can be made at any bookmakers regarding the country.

How Does The UEFA Nations League Work?

The Nations League is a European football tournament that covers two seasons, which aims to pitch countries of similar standards against each other. You might understandably be asking how does the Nations League work? Well, here’s a quick overview…

The Nations League is for European countries and is split into four League tiers: A, B, C and D. The highest-ranked teams are in League A, and the lowest-ranked in League D. The top three Leagues have four Groups (1, 2, 3 and 4) each consisting of four teams. Countries compete home and away against those in their Group, and whoever wins the Group is promoted to the above League, while Group losers are relegated to the League below.

At the end of the group stage, the four winners of the League A groups compete in a knockout to determine the Nations League champions.

England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland all compete in the Nations League. The Home Nations groupings for 2022 were as follows:

England – Group A3 with Italy, Germany and Hungary

Wales – Group A4 with Belgium, Netherlands and Poland

Scotland – Group B1 with Ukraine, Republic of Ireland and Armenia

Northern Ireland – Group C2 with Greece, Kosovo and Cyprus

Securing Nations League promotion isn’t the only benefit to winning your group. That’s because the Nations League acts as an alternative qualification route for the World Cup and European Championships. This means countries such as Scotland, Wales and the Republic of Ireland get a second chance to reach World Cups and Euros, should they fail in direct qualification. Therefore games can often take on even more significance!

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