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The Women’s Nations League features a total of 51 national teams, divided into four divisions based on their UEFA coefficient ranking. The top divisions, League A and B, consist of 16 teams, while League C will consist of the remaining teams. Each team plays four to six group stage matches, with the group winners of Leagues B, C, and D being promoted to the next higher division for the next edition of the tournament, while the bottom-placed teams in Leagues A, B, and C are relegated.
The top four teams in League A qualify for the Nations League Finals, a single-elimination knockout tournament held in a single location, which determines the overall winner of the tournament. The finals consist of two semi-finals, a third-place match, and a final. The winner of the final is crowned the Women’s Nations League champion and earns a spot in the following year’s UEFA Women’s Euro tournament.