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Facts and figures rounds up the crucial statistics for the U19 competition, including past winners and hosts, biggest wins and top scorers.
Facts and figures
Spain's Fernando Torres was top scorer at the first U19 finals in 2002 ©Getty Images

Facts and figures rounds up the crucial statistics for the U19 competition, including past winners and hosts, biggest wins and top scorers.

Records apply only for UEFA European Under-19 Championship (from 2001/02)

Champions (hosts)
2002: Spain (Norway)
2003: Italy (Liechtenstein)
2004: Spain (Switzerland)
2005: France (Northern Ireland)
2006: Spain (Poland)
2007: Spain (Austria)
2008: Germany (Czech Republic)
2009: Ukraine (Ukraine)
2010: France (France)
2011: Spain (Romania)
2012: Spain (Estonia)

Biggest wins
Qualifying round: Andorra 0-13 Czech Republic, 2001/02
Elite round: Spain 8-1 Cyprus, 2005/06; Portugal 7-0 Bulgaria, 2012/13
Final tournament: Slovenia 1-7 England, 2008/09 group stage

Individual match goalscoring
Qualifying: 5 Tomislav Kiš (Croatia) v Armenia 2012/13
Final tournament: 3 Ali Oztürk (Turkey) v Poland 2003/04, Matt Fryatt (England) v Serbia and Montenegro 2004/05, Yoann Gourcuff (France) v Norway 2004/05, İlhan Parlak (Turkey) v Portugal 2005/06, Juan Mata (Spain) v Turkey 2005/06, David Janczyk (Poland) v Belgium 2005/06, Zvonko Pamić (Croatia) v Portugal 2009/10, Álvaro Morata (Spain) v Serbia 2010/11, Jesé Rodríguez (Spain) v Portugal 2011/12

Season top scorers
2001/02: Kevin Vandenbergh (Belgium) 10
2002/03: Sébastien Grax (France) 9
2003/04: Olexandr Aliyev (Ukraine), Ali Oztürk (Turkey), Lukasz Piszczek (Poland) 8
2004/05: Borko Veselinović (Serbia and Montenegro) 11
2005/06: İlhan Parlak (Turkey) 10
2006/07: Kostantinos Mitroglou (Greece), Krisztián Németh (Hungary), Adam Rooney (Republic of Ireland) 8
2007/08: Michail Pavlis (Greece) 7
2008/09: Nathan Delfouneso (England), Yacin Brahimi (France) 7
2009/10: Mattia Destro (Italy) 8
2010/11: Álvaro Morata (Spain) 10
2011/12: Betinho (Portugal) 10

Finals top scorers
2001/02: Fernando Torres (Spain) 4
2002/03: Paulo Sérgio (Portugal) 5
2003/04: Ali Oztürk (Turkey), Lukasz Piszczek (Poland) 4
2004/05: Borko Veselinović (Serbia and Montenegro) 5
2005/06: Alberto Bueno (Spain), İlhan Parlak (Turkey) 5
2006/07: Anis Ben-Hatira (Germany), Kévin Monnet-Paquet (France), Kostantinos Mitroglou (Greece) 3
2007/08: Tomáš Necid (Czech Republic) 4
2008/09: Nathan Delfouneso (England) 4
2009/10: Daniel Pacheco (Spain) 4
2010/11: Álvaro Morata (Spain) 6
2011/12: Jesé Rodríguez (Spain) 5

2012/13 qualifying top scorers
Qualifying round: Tomislav Kiš (Croatia) 6
Elite round: Bruma (Portugal) 5
Overall qualifying: Tomislav Kiš (Croatia), Bruma (Portugal) 7

Highest attendances
Qualifying round: Belarus v Wales, Minsk, 2003/04, 7,500
Elite round: Belarus v England, Minsk, 2007/08, 11,000
Final tournament: Ukraine v England, Donetsk, 2008/09 final, 25,100

2012/13 highest attendances
Qualifying round: Germany v Luxembourg, Grevenmacher, 1,250
Elite round: Spain v Poland, Gdynia, 6,625

Final tournament appearances (including 2013 finals)
10 Spain*
7 England, France*
6 Portugal*, Serbia and Montenegro/Serbia*
5 Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Turkey*
4 Austria, Belgium, Italy
3 Norway
2 Croatia, Netherlands*, Poland, Republic of Ireland, Switzerland, Ukraine
1 Armenia, Bulgaria, Estonia, Georgia*, Hungary, Liechtenstein, Lithuania*, Northern Ireland, Romania, Russia, Scotland, Slovakia, Slovenia
* Competing at 2013 finals

Last updated: 12/06/13

Last updated: 12/06/13 19.26CET

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