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Facts and figures

UEFA.com rounds up the crucial statistics for the Under-19 competition, including past winners and hosts, biggest wins and top scorers.
Facts and figures
Ramil Sheydaev scored a record 12 goals in the 2014/15 season ©Sportsfile

Facts and figures

UEFA.com rounds up the crucial statistics for the Under-19 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)
2015: Spain (Greece)
2014:
Germany (Hungary)
2013:
Serbia (Lithuania)
2012: Spain (Estonia)
2011: Spain (Romania)
2010: France (France)
2009: Ukraine (Ukraine)
2008: Germany (Czech Republic)
2007: Spain (Austria)
2006: Spain (Poland)
2005: France (Northern Ireland)
2004: Spain (Switzerland)
2003: Italy (Liechtenstein)
2002:
Spain (Norway)

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, Nicolas Hunzik (Switzerland) v Malta 2014/15
Final tournament
4
André Silva (Portugal) v Hungary 2013/14
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
2014/15: Ramil Sheydaev (Russia) 12
2013/14:
André Silva (Portugal), Davie Selke (Germany) 11
2012/13:
Anass Achahbar (Netherlands) 9
2011/12:
Betinho (Portugal) 10
2010/11:
Álvaro Morata (Spain) 10
2009/10:
Mattia Destro (Italy) 8
2008/09:
Nathan Delfouneso (England), Yacin Brahimi (France) 7
2007/08:
Michail Pavlis (Greece) 7
2006/07:
Kostas Mitroglou (Greece), Krisztián Németh (Hungary), Adam Rooney (Republic of Ireland) 8
2005/06:
İlhan Parlak (Turkey) 10
2004/05:
Borko Veselinović (Serbia and Montenegro) 11
2003/04:
Olexandr Aliyev (Ukraine), Ali Oztürk (Turkey), Lukasz Piszczek (Poland) 8
2002/03:
Sébastien Grax (France) 9
2001/02:
Kevin Vandenbergh (Belgium) 10

Finals top scorers
2014/15:
Borja Mayoral (Spain) 3
2013/14: Davie Selke (Germany) 6
2012/13: Anass Achahbar (Netherlands), Alexandre Guedes (Portugal), Gratas Sirgėdas (Lithuania) 3
2011/12: Jesé Rodríguez (Spain) 5
2010/11: Álvaro Morata (Spain) 6
2009/10: Daniel Pacheco (Spain) 4
2008/09: Nathan Delfouneso (England) 4
2007/08: Tomáš Necid (Czech Republic) 4
2006/07: Anis Ben-Hatira (Germany), Kévin Monnet-Paquet (France), Kostantinos Mitroglou (Greece) 3
2005/06: Alberto Bueno (Spain), İlhan Parlak (Turkey) 5
2004/05: Borko Veselinović (Serbia and Montenegro) 5
2003/04: Ali Oztürk (Turkey), Lukasz Piszczek (Poland) 4
2002/03: Paulo Sérgio (Portugal) 5
2001/02: Fernando Torres (Spain) 4

All-time top scorers
All matches
Krisztián Németh (Hungary) 14
Kostas Mitroglou (Greece) 12
Ramil Sheydaev (Russia) 12

Final tournaments only
Álvaro Morata (Spain) 6
Davie Selke (Germany) 6

2015/16 qualifying top scorers
Qualifying round: Jean-Kévin Augustin (France), Nany Dimata (Belgium), Anas Mahamid (Israel), Ivan Šaponjić (Serbia) 5
Elite round:
Dominik Prokop (AUstria), Kristian Veber (Denmark) 4
Overall qualifying: Ivan Šaponjić (Serbia) 6

Highest attendances
Qualifying round: Belarus v Wales, Minsk, 2003/04, 7,500
Elite round: Belarus v England, Minsk, 2007/08, 11,000
Final tournament: Germany v Italy, Stuttgart, 2015/16, 54,689

2015/16 highest attendances
Qualifying round: Georgia v Austria, Tbilisi, 1,650
Elite round: Serbia v France, Kragujevac, 6,500
Final tournament: Germany v Italy, Stuttgart, 54,689

Final tournament appearances (max 15)
11 Spain
9 France*
8 England*, Germany*, Portugal*
7 Austria*, Serbia and Montenegro/Serbia
6 Greece
5 Czech Republic, Italy*, Turkey
4 Belgium, Netherlands*, Ukraine
3 Croatia*, Norway
2 Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Republic of Ireland, Russia, Switzerland
1 Armenia, Estonia, Georgia, Israel, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Northern Ireland, Romania, Scotland, Slovakia, Slovenia
* Competing at 2016 finals

Last updated: 11/07/16 13.56CET

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