Austria have completed the lineup for the UEFA European Under-19 Championship finals in Hungary next month.
As well as the hosts, Andreas Heraf's squad join fellow elite round group winners Ukraine, Bulgaria, Israel, Germany, Portugal and holders Serbia in the draw, streamed live on UEFA.com on 19 June at the Ferenc Puskás Football Academy in Felcsut.
The elite round has run over the last three weeks, concluding with a direct decider as Austria held Russia 0-0 in Buftea to top Group 6 on goal difference. Neither side were at last year's finals in Lithuania and indeed the only nations returning are Serbia, who beat France in the decider, and Portugal, defeated by the eventual winners on penalties in the last four.
Other previous U19 champions in the draw are Germany (2008) and Ukraine (2009), while Portugal won the former U18 competition in 1994 and 1999. By contrast, Israel have qualified for their first U19 finals, though they did play at the U18 finals in 1997.
In the draw, the teams will be separated into two groups of four, with matches played on 19, 22 and 25 July. The semi-finals are three days later with the showpiece on 31 July. The top three in each section also qualify for the FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand from 30 May to 20 June 2015.
Under-19 finals qualifiers
Group 1: Ukraine
Group 2: Bulgaria
Group 3: Israel
Group 4: Serbia (holders)
Group 5: Germany
Group 6: Austria
Group 7: Portugal
Four stadiums will be used for the final tournament:
Szusza Ferenc Stadium, Budapest
Puskás Akadémia Pancho Aréna, Felcsut
ETO Park Stadion, Gyor
Perutz Stadium, Papa
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