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2009: 'Team' England take maiden honours
The 2009 UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship was a step into the unknown as Belarus hosted its first final tournament – it did not disappoint.
Isaksen recalls Norway's near miss in 2008
Senior Norway international Ingvild Isaksen reflects on her time at the 2008 UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship, the frustrations of falling short but the joy of simply being there.
French staying power prevails
Stand-in skipper Solène Durand was thrilled that France were able to raise their game to seal victory in extra time with beaten captain Sherry McCue telling UEFA.com that the desire and work ethic of her team was "outstanding".
Eyquem ecstatic, Marley reflective
While proud Mo Marley admitted she didn't feel like her England team had lost, victorious France boss Gilles Eyquem hailed his side's team ethic after the final of the 2013 UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship.
2012: Sweden keep cool to end wait in Antalya heat
The 2012 UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship featured four newcomers, a record low for goals and first-time winners in Sweden but, for the first time, no Germany.
2011: Germany return to top in record-breaking style
A precocious Norway side and hosts Italy enjoyed spells in the limelight at the 2011 UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship, but it was Germany that shone brightest.