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Women's Under-19 elite round draw

The elite round draw splits 24 teams into six groups of four to produce seven sides to join hosts Northern Ireland in the 2017 final tournament.
 

Women's Under-19 elite round draw

The elite round draw splits 24 teams into six groups of four to produce seven sides to join hosts Northern Ireland in the 2017 final tournament.

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

*Hosts

Bye to finals: Northern Ireland (hosts)

11:00CET, 11 November, Nyon

Draw procedure
• Teams are split into four seeding pots based on qualifying round results, with France, England and Germany in Pot 1 as top seeds having received a bye.

The pots
Pot A: France (holders), England. Germany, Spain, Finland, Serbia

Pot B: Republic of Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden, Poland, Czech Republic

Pot C: Switzerland, Hungary, Slovenia, Scotland, Denmark, Norway

Pot D: Iceland, Italy, Portugal, Turkey, Ukraine, Russia

• The sides are drawn into six groups of four teams, with one then appointed as hosts. No country can meet a nation they played in the qualifying round.

Qualifying round (group winners listed first):
Group 1:
Poland, Norway
Group 2
:
Republic of Ireland, Italy
Group 3
:
Belgium
Group 4
:
Serbia, Scotland
Group 5
:
Slovenia, Russia
Group 6
:
Finland, Iceland
Group 7
:
Sweden, Portugal
Group 8
:
Spain, Ukraine
Group 9
:
Czech Republic, Switzerland
Group 10
:
Netherlands, Turkey
Group 11
:
Hungary, Denmark
Bye: France (holders), England, Germany

Road to Northern Ireland
• Games take place between 3 and 11 April, or 5 and 13 June. 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 competition will act as a qualifier for the 2018 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup, with France already in those finals as hosts.

2016 final highlights: France 2-1 Spain

http://www.uefa.com/womensunder19/draws/index.html#womens+under+elite+round+draw

Calendar

Qualifying

Elite round