Following the 2015/16 qualifying draw in Nyon, 2014 winners the Netherlands must get through a group featuring Italy, Cyprus and Moldova to reach the elite round.
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Winners in 2013 and 2014 respectively, France and the Netherlands will strive to join England and Spain in the elite round following the draw for the 2015/16 UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship, with the finals to be staged in Slovakia.
The mini-tournaments will take place between 15 and 20 September 2015. The top two in each group advance to the elite round, provisionally 5-10 April 2016. Seven teams will eventually qualify for the finals to join Slovakia.
Qualifying round draw
Group 1: Switzerland, Iceland, Greece*, Georgia
Group 2: France, Czech Republic, Bosnia and Herzegovina*, Faroe Islands
Group 3: Belgium, Wales*, Croatia, Azerbaijan
Group 4: Finland*, Poland, Turkey, Lithuania
Group 5: Germany, Serbia, Hungary*, Kazakhstan
Group 6: Sweden, Northern Ireland, FYR Macedonia*, Montenegro
Group 7: Netherlands*, Italy, Cyprus, Moldova
Group 8: Norway, Portugal*, Estonia, Israel
Group 9: Denmark, Romania, Belarus*, Latvia
Group 10: Republic of Ireland, Russia, Slovenia*, Bulgaria
Group 11: Scotland, Austria*, Ukraine, Albania
Bye to elite round: England, Spain
Bye to finals: Slovakia (hosts)
Provisional season calendar
Qualifying round: 15-20 September 2015
Elite round draw: 10 December 2015
Elite round: 5-10 April 2016
Finals: 19-31 July 2016