Qualifying round draw
Group 1: Austria, Croatia, Israel, Azerbaijan
Group 2: Denmark, Republic of Ireland, Greece, Kazakhstan
Group 3: Sweden, Portugal, Estonia, Lithuania
Group 4: Czech Republic, Finland, Faroe Islands, Moldova
Group 5: Russia, Wales, Cyprus, Belarus
Group 6: Netherlands, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Malta
Group 7: Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Albania
Group 8: Scotland, Romania, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Georgia
Group 9: France, Iceland, Slovakia, Bulgaria
Group 10: Belgium, Hungary, Turkey, Montenegro
Group 11: Switzerland, Ukraine, Northern Ireland, Latvia
10.15CET, 20 November 2012, Nyon
A record 48 teams entered the 2013/14 UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship and three newcomers to this stage were among the 44 sides in the qualifying round draw.
Albania, Malta and Montenegro all entered the fray for the first time for this, the 13th edition. It is Albania's debut in any women's event and it is the most nations represented in a female UEFA competition.
Hosts Norway have a bye through qualifying, while top seeds Germany, England and Spain enter at the second stage.
There were four seeding pots according to the coefficient ranking list. The 11 nations with the highest coefficient were in Pot A, the next 11 in Pot B, and so on for Pots C and D. Each group contains one team from each pot, with hosts appointed to stage the mini-tournaments, which will be held between 21 and 26 September 2013.
The 11 group winners and ten best runners-up will advance to the elite round held from 5 to 10 April 2014. Seven teams will eventually qualify for the final tournament in Norway in July 2014.
Pot A: France, Sweden, Italy, Denmark, Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Russia, Scotland, Austria, Czech Republic
Pot B: Iceland, Finland, Serbia, Republic of Ireland, Wales, Romania, Poland, Portugal, Ukraine, Hungary, Croatia
Pot C: Turkey, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Northern Ireland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Greece, Slovenia, Slovakia, Israel, Faroe Islands, Cyprus, Estonia
Pot D: Lithuania, Moldova, Kazakhstan, Bulgaria, Latvia, Belarus, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Albania, Malta, Montenegro
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