England has been drawn into League B for the 2024-25 Nations League, alongside the Republic of Ireland, Finland, and Greece.
Scotland, in League A, is set to face Croatia, Poland, and Portugal, while Wales, also in League B, will compete with Iceland, Montenegro, and Turkey.
Northern Ireland finds themselves in League C, slated to play against Belarus, Bulgaria, and Luxembourg.
Each league comprises four groups of four teams, except for League D, which has two groups of three.England, relegated to League B after finishing bottom in the previous edition, last encountered the Republic of Ireland in a competitive match in 1991.
The upcoming Nations League follows England’s participation in Euro 2024 in Germany, with manager Southgate acknowledging the importance of their performance.
Scotland, having earned promotion to League A, and Wales, seeking a rebound after finishing bottom in the top tier, face diverse challenges.
The Republic of Ireland maintains its place in League B, while Northern Ireland competes in League C again.
The schedule includes two group games in September, October, and November 2024 for Leagues A, B, and C.
The League A quarter-finals and promotion/relegation playoffs are scheduled for March 2025, leading to single-leg semi-finals and a final in June 2025.
Spain, the current trophy holders, secured victory against Croatia last June via penalties.