The line-up for the UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship finals in Northern Ireland is taking shape, with five of the eight teams now confirmed after the first window for the elite round qualifiers.
Who has qualified so far?
England, Italy, Netherlands, Northern Ireland (hosts), Scotland
What happens next
The last two groups will be played in late May/early June. The group winners will advance along with the runner-up with the best record against the teams first and third in their pool across the six sections. Holders France are currently the best runners-up with four points and a goal difference of +2.
Group 1 (26–31 May): Spain, Belgium, Hungary (hosts), Russia
Group 6 (7–12 June): Germany (hosts), Poland, Switzerland, Iceland
The 2017 WU19 EURO
The draw is in Belfast on 22 June, when the teams will be split into two groups of four for the finals in Northern Ireland from 8 to 20 August. The top two from each section advance to the semi-finals.
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