World Cup holders France face top ranked Belgium while hosts Italy take on Spain in the last four of the Nations League finals
- Matches to be held in Milan on October 6 and Juventus Stadium a day later
- The winners will meet in the final at the San Siro in Milan on October 10
- Albanian capital Tirana to host final of Europa Conference League in 2022
The matches will be at San Siro in Milan on October 6 and the Juventus Stadium in Turin a day later, respectively, UEFA said after an Executive Committee meeting via video conference.
The final will take place in Milan on October 10, while the third-place play-off will be held the same day in Turin.
Italy and France meet in a repeat of the 2018 World Cup semi-final, which France won 1-0
Italy, who topped Nations League Group A1, will face Spain for the first time in a major tournament since they beat them 2-0 in the last-16 of Euro 2016.
Their most recent meeting in a World Cup qualifier saw Spain win 3-0 in Madrid three years ago and they are in form after thrashing Germany 6-0 in Seville en route to topping Group A4.
Group A3 winners France renew their rivalry with Belgium, having beaten them 1-0 in their last meeting at the 2018 World Cup semi-finals in Russia before going on to win the tournament.
Belgium, who finished above England, will face France in the semi-finals of the Nations League
Meanwhile, UEFA said the Albanian capital Tirana would host the first final of its new third-tier club competition – the Europa Conference League – in 2022 at the National Arena.
The governing body added that Romania and Georgia will co-host the 16-team European Under-21 Championship finals in 2023.
It also said the Executive Committee had decided to remove a ban imposed on October 20 on UEFA competition matches being played in Azerbaijan and Armenia.
Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia said last month they had signed a deal to end the military conflict over the Nagorno-Karabakh region after more than a month of bloodshed.