The WU19 EURO elite round gets under way this week with 24 teams competing for seven places in this August's final tournament in Northern Ireland.
Each group is decided in a round-robin format over the space of six days, with the first section kicking off on 4 April and the last one ending on 12 June.
Elite round groups (*Hosts)
Group 1 (26–31 May): Spain, Belgium, Hungary*, Russia
Group 2 (5–10 April): England, Czech Republic, Denmark, Turkey*
Group 3 (6–11 April): France (holders), Netherlands*, Slovenia, Portugal
Group 4 (4–9 April): Finland, Republic of Ireland*, Scotland, Ukraine
Group 5 (5–10 April): Serbia, Sweden, Norway*, Italy
Group 6 (7–12 June): Germany*, Poland, Switzerland, Iceland
What happens next?
The six group winners and the runner-up with the best record against the teams first and third in their pool qualify to join hosts Northern Ireland in the finals from 8 to 20 August. The draw is in Belfast on 22 June.
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