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Editor's pick. The draw has been made for October's finals in Italy. These two old rivals will clash again in the Nations League semi-finals. Recall some of their previous memorable meetings.
Who is involved? How does it work? When and where is the tournament? Two of Europe's top strikers will face each other when Belgium take on France in the Nations League semi-finals.
Watch their goals in qualifying now. Italy meet Spain and Belgium take on France: get the background on the games. The Italian coach gave his reaction to the Nations League semi-final draw.
How the 55 sides ranked. The France coach gave his reaction to the Nations League semi-final draw. The Belgium coach gave his reaction after his side were drawn to face France in the Nations League semi-finals - a repeat of their World Cup last-four encounter.
Check out the two cities that will host games at the finals - Turin and Milan. Total goals. Most goals scored.
Haaland Norway. Formerly the Conference National, the league was renamed the National League from the —16 season. The league was formed as the Alliance Premier League in , coming into force for the —80 season.
It greatly improved the quality of football at this lower level, as well as improving the financial status of the top clubs. This was reflected in —87 , when the Football League began accepting direct promotion and relegation between the Conference and the bottom division of the Football League, which at that time was known as the Football League Fourth Division and is now EFL League Two.
The first team to be promoted by this method was Scarborough , and the first team relegated was Lincoln City , who regained their Football League status a year later as Conference champions.
Since —03 , the league has been granted a second promotion place, with a play-off deciding who joins the champions in League Two. Previously, no promotion from the Conference would occur if the winners did not have adequate stadium facilities.
As of the start of the —03 season, if a club achieves the automatic promotion or the play-off places but does not have an adequate stadium, their place will be re-allocated to the next highest placed club that has the required facilities.
In —05 , the Conference increased its size by adding two lower divisions, the Conference North and Conference South respectively, with the original division being renamed Conference National.
For the —07 season , the Conference National expanded from 22 to 24 teams by promoting four teams while relegating two teams and introduced a "four up and four down" system between itself and the Conference North and Conference South.
The league's first sponsor was Gola , which sponsored it during the —85 and —86 seasons. When Gola's sponsorship ceased, carmaker Vauxhall Motors —then the British subsidiary of General Motors —took over and sponsored the league until the end of the —98 season.
The —99 Conference campaign began without sponsors for the Conference, but just before the end of the season a sponsorship was agreed with Nationwide Building Society.
This lasted until the end of the —07 season , after which Blue Square took over. From the start of the —11 season the divisions were renamed, with the addition of the word "Bet" after "Blue Square".
In July the Conference agreed a sponsorship deal with online payment firm Skrill. In , the Football Conference was renamed the National League.
In January the League signed a three-year deal with Motorama,  Vanarama's sister company. In August Setanta Sports signed a five-year deal with the Conference.
Under the deal, Setanta Sports started showing live matches in the —08 season, with 79 live matches each season.
Included in the deal were the annual play-off matches as well as the Conference League Cup , a cup competition for the three Football Conference divisions.
Setanta Sports suffered financial problems and ceased broadcasting in the United Kingdom on 23 June On 19 August , Premier Sports announced that it bought the live and exclusive UK television rights to 30 matches per season from the Conference Premier for a total of three seasons.
In July , BT Sport announced a two-year deal to broadcast 30 live games per season including all five play-off matches. The following 23 clubs compete in the National League during the —21 season.
Match Report. Tranmere Rovers 2—2 Aldershot Town. Forest Green Rovers 1—1 Dover Athletic. Braintree Town 0—2 Grimsby Town. Bristol Rovers 2—0 Forest Green Rovers.
Grimsby Town 3—0 Eastleigh. Gateshead 3—1 Grimsby Town. Kidderminster Harriers 1—3 Wrexham. Newport County 1—0 Grimsby Town.
Wrexham 2—1 Luton Town. Mansfield Town 0—1 York City. Luton Town 2—1 Wrexham. York City 1—0 Luton Town. Cambridge United 3—0 Stevenage Borough.
Histon 1—0 Torquay United. Cambridge United 2—1 Burton Albion. Torquay United 1—4 Exeter City. Oxford United 1—2 Exeter City 2—2 draw on aggregate.
Morecambe 2—1 York City. Grays Athletic 2—2 Halifax Town. Hereford United 3—2 Morecambe. Carlisle United 2—1 Aldershot Town 2—2 draw on aggregate.
Hereford United 0—1 Stevenage Borough. Hereford United 0—0 Aldershot Town 1—1 draw on aggregate. Shrewsbury Town 1—0 Barnet 2—2 draw on aggregate.
Chester City 1—1 Doncaster Rovers 2—2 draw on aggregate. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. English football division. Aldershot Town. Boreham Wood.
Dover Athletic. FC Halifax Town. Hartlepool United. King's Lynn Town. Maidenhead United. Notts County. Solihull Moors.
Stockport County. Torquay United. Yeovil Town. Sutton United. Chester Live.