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2017 WU19 EURO final tournament: Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland will host the WU19 EURO between 8 and 20 August 2017, the country's first women's final tournament having staged the men's U19s in 2005.
2017 WU19 EURO final tournament: Northern Ireland
UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship trophy ©Sportsfile

2017 WU19 EURO final tournament: Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland will host the WU19 EURO between 8 and 20 August 2017, the country's first women's final tournament having staged the men's U19s in 2005.

Northern Ireland will host the UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship final tournament between 8 and 20 August 2017. This will be the first women's final tournament in Northern Ireland, where the 2005 U19 finals were played.

Forty-four of the 48 entrants begin their campaigns in the qualifying round, with the group winners plus the ten runners-up with the best record against the teams first and third in their section advancing to the elite round. There they will join seeds France, England and Germany, with matches provisionally in spring 2017. Seven teams will eventually qualify for the finals to join Northern Ireland.

Group 1 (15–20 September): Norway, Romania, Poland*, Armenia

Group 2 (18–23 October): Republic of Ireland, Italy, Wales, FYR Macedonia*

Group 3 (20–25 October): Belgium, Austria, Belarus*, Lithuania

Group 4 (14–19 September): Scotland, Serbia, Cyprus, Albania*

Group 5 (8–13 September): Russia, Slovenia*, Greece, Israel

Group 6 (15–20 September): Finland*, Iceland, Faroe Islands, Kazakhstan

Group 7 (18–23 October): Sweden, Portugal, Bosnia and Herzegovina*, Georgia

Group 8 (15–20 September): Spain, Ukraine, Azerbaijan*, Latvia

Group 9 (18–23 October): Switzerland, Czech Republic, Croatia, Estonia*

Group 10 (19–24 October): Netherlands, Turkey, Moldova, Bulgaria*

Group 11 (20–25 October): Denmark, Hungary, Slovakia, Montenegro*

*Hosts

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