Wales are among the countries to have declared an interest in hosting the 2022-23 Nations League finals.
UEFA confirmed on Wednesday that the football associations of Wales, Belgium, Poland and Netherlands have all declared their interest in making a bid, with the deadline to submit final bid dossiers not until October 5.
The league phase begins in June 2022, and will run until September, with a break between then and June to allow for the remainder of the domestic season and the 2022 World Cup.
The hosts will be confirmed in January 2023, with the finals due to be held from June 14-18.
The draw for the competition took place in December, with 2018 World Cup finalists France and Croatia together in Group A1, Spain and Portugal among those in Group A2, and the trio of Italy, England and Germany featuring in Group A3.
Interestingly, the four nations to have declared an interest in hosting the finals have all been pitted against one another in Group A4.
Portugal staged the first edition of the tournament in 2019, while Italy hosted in 2021.