Spain have been drawn with England and Croatia in Group 4 of Nations League A, which will begin in September.
The new competition which will see all UEFA nations play in a competitive format, consists of 12 top nations in League A, B, C and D.
Each league is divided into four groups of three teams, with the top team qualifying for a four team tournament.
The group games will take place between September and November and will see each team play a home and away fixture.
The finals are then set to be played in June 2019, before the playoff draw for the Euro 2020 competition.
Below is the full draw for all four leagues and their respective groups.
Group 1 – Germany, France, Netherlands
Group 2 – Belgium, Switzerland, Iceland
Group 3 – Portugal, Italy, Poland
Group 4 – Spain, England, Croatia
Group 1 – Slovakia, Ukraine, Czech Republic
Group 2 – Russia, Sweden, Turkey
Group 3 – Austria, Bosnia, Northern Ireland
Group 4 – Wales, Republic of Ireland, Denmark
Group 1 – Scotland, Albania, Israel
Group 2 – Hungary, Greece, Finland, Estonia
Group 3 – Slovenia, Norway, Bulgaria, Cyprus
Group 4 – Romania, Serbia, Montenegro, Lithuania
Group 1 – Georgia, Latvia, Kazakhstan, Andorra
Group 2 – Belarus, Luxembough, San Marino, Moldova
Group 3 – Azerbaijan, Faroe Islands, Malta, Kosovo
Group 4 – Gilbraltar, Armenia, Macedonia, Liechenstein