From next month's FIFA World Cup finals draw all the way to UEFA EURO 2020, UEFA.com plots the key dates in the international window now that the European Qualifiers are over.
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With the European Qualifiers for next summer's FIFA World Cup now over, UEFA.com takes a look at the key dates in the international window over the coming months and years.
1 December 2017: FIFA World Cup finals draw
24 January 2018: UEFA Nations League draw; this will divide the four associate leagues into groups of either three or four.
19–27 March 2018: Next international friendlies window
14 June to 15 July 2018: FIFA World Cup finals
6-8 September 2018: UEFA Nations League matchday one
9-11 September 2018: UEFA Nations League matchday two
11-13 October 2018: UEFA Nations League matchday three
14-16 October 2018: UEFA Nations League matchday four
15-17 November 2018: UEFA Nations League matchday five
18-20 November 2018: UEFA Nations League matchday six
2 December 2018: European Qualifiers group stage draw
21–26 March 2019: Start of UEFA EURO 2020 qualifying. Subsequent qualifying fixtures will take place in the following windows in 2019: 7–8 & 10–11 June, 5–10 September, 10–15 October & 14–19 November.
5/6 and 9 June 2019: UEFA Nations League Finals. This event is for the teams that win the four groups within the top division.
22 November 2019: European Qualifiers play-off draw
Early December 2019: UEFA EURO 2020 final tournament draw
26–31 March 2020: European Qualifiers play-offs
12 June to 12 July 2020 (provisional): UEFA EURO 2020 final tournament