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Facts and figures

UEFA.com picks out the key statistics from the 2013 qualifying campaign as well as over the course of the competition's history.
 
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Facts and figures

UEFA.com picks out the key statistics from the 2013 qualifying campaign as well as over the course of the competition's history.

2013 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying statistics

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Germany were prolific in qualification

Most goals scored (average per game)
43: Germany (3.58)
35: Spain (3.5)
31: Italy (3.1)

Fewest goals conceded (average per game)
3: Spain, Netherlands, England (0.3)
6: Serbia (0.6)
5: Armenia (0.62)

Goal attempts (on and off target)
176: Germany
159: Ukraine
153: Sweden

Biggest win
Czech Republic 8-0 Andorra, 10/08/2011
San Marino 0-8 Germany, 10/10/2011

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Rodrigo was in sparkling form for Spain

Leading scorers
11: Rodrigo (Spain)
9: Jan Chramosta (Czech Republic)
8: Genero Zeefuik (Netherlands), Jordan Rhodes (Scotland), Peniel Mlapa (Germany)

Most assists
8: Miroslav Stevanović (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
7: Pablo Sarabia (Spain)

Most goals in a game
5: Jan Chramosta (Andorra 1-5 Czech Republic, 05/06/2012)

Highest attendance
22,647 – England 4-0 Belgium, Riverside, Middlesbrough, 29/02/2012

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Fans flocked to see England play Belgium

Youngest player
Aleksandar Boljević (Montenegro) – Born: 12/12/1995
16 years, 8 months, 27 days; Montenegro v Czech Republic, 07/09/2012

UEFA European Under-21 Championship historical statistics

Biggest win:
All-time
14-0: Spain v San Marino, 08/02/2005
2006 qualifying group stage, Santo Domingo, El Ejido
Final tournament
6-0: England v Turkey, 29/05/2000
2000 final tournament group stage, Tehelné Pole Stadium, Bratislava
Final
4-0: Germany v England, 29/06/2009
2009, Malmö New Stadium, Malmo, Sweden

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Germany were big winners in 2009

Most goals in a game:
14: Spain 14-0 San Marino, 08/02/2005
2006 qualifying group stage, Santo Domingo, El Ejido
Final tournament
7: Czech Republic 4-3 Croatia, 01/06/2000
2000 group stage, Mestský Stadium, Trencin, Slovakia
Final
8: Yugoslavia 4-4 German Democratic Republic 31/05/1978
(second leg, Yugoslavia won 5-4 on agg), Mostar, Yugoslavia

Record attendance:
42,000: Turkey 1-1 Germany, 18/11/2003
2004 qualifying play-off, Sükrü Saraçoglu Stadium, Istanbul
Final tournament
35,500: Italy 1-1 Spain (Italy win 5-4 on pens), 31/05/1996
1996 final, Olímpico de Montjuïc, Barcelona

All-time leading scorers:
15 Lampros Choutos (Greece), Tomáš Pekhart (Czech Republic)
14 Roy Makaay (Netherlands), Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Netherlands)
In a final tournament since 2000
7 Marcus Berg (Sweden, 2009)
5 Adrián López (Spain, 2011)
4 Andrea Pirlo (Italy, 2000), Alberto Gilardino (Italy, 2004),
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Netherlands, 2006), Maceo Rigters (Netherlands, 2007), Johan Elmander (Sweden, 2004)

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