How the #WU19EURO was won: knockout highlights

France claimed the 2016 title after following up their semi-final win against Switzerland by beating Spain. Watch the 14 goals from the three knockout games in Senec.

France captain Théa Greboval and Clara Mateo show off the trophy
France captain Théa Greboval and Clara Mateo show off the trophy ©Sportsfile

ROLL OF HONOUR

  • Champions: France (first team to appear in 8 WU19 finals)
  • Runners-up: Spain
  • First qualifications: Austria, Slovakia (hosts)
  • Top scorer (finals): Marie-Antoinette Katoto (France) 6
  • Top scorer (season): Sippie Folkertsma (Netherlands) 11
  • New record for most UEFA youth final appearances: Nuria Garrote, Nahikari García, Andrea Sánchez Falcón (Spain) 4
  • New record of most UEFA youth semi-final appearances: Nuria Garrote, Nahikari García (Spain) 5
  • New UEFA youth final tournament appearance record: Nahikari García (Spain) 22
  • New UEFA youth national-team appearance record inc qualifying: Andrea Sánchez Falcón (Spain) 40
  • New WU19 finals appearance record: Nahikari García (Spain) 15

WATCH HIGHLIGHTS

ALL THE RESULTS

Tuesday 19 July
Group A
Slovakia 0-6 Netherlands (Senec)
France 0-1 Norway (Zlate Moravce)
Group B
Spain 1-0 Germany (Senica)
Austria 0-4 Switzerland (Myjava)

Friday 22 July
Group A
Netherlands 1-0 Norway (Zlate Moravce)
Slovakia 0-6 France (Senec)
Group B
Germany 2-4 Switzerland (Senica)
Spain 4-0 Austria (Myjava)

Monday 25 July
Group A
Netherlands 1-2 France (Senec)
Norway 0-0 Slovakia* (Zlate Moravce)
Group B
Germany 3-1 Austria (Senica)
Switzerland 0-5 Spain (Myjava)

Thursday 28 July
Semi-finals

France 3-1 Switzerland (Senec)
Spain 4-3 Netherlands (Senec)

Sunday 31 July
Final

France 2-1 Spain (Senec)

*Match abandoned on 50 minutes after heavy rain made the pitch unplayable. With both teams out, it was agreed that the 0-0 scoreline would stand.