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U19 Futsal EURO main round: Croatia, France, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Romania join Spain in finals

Six of the seven main round groups have been decided as September's finals in Spain take shape.

Italy qualified after missing out in 2019
Italy qualified after missing out in 2019 TFF

The UEFA European Under-19 Futsal Championship main round is in progress, with the seven group winners to join hosts and holders Spain in the finals in Jaén scheduled from 4–10 September.

Qualified so far

Croatia, France, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain (hosts/holders)

Andorra and Montenegro came through November's preliminary round to join the nations entering at this stage. All the seven groups are played as one-venue mini-tournaments, with 2019 runners-up Croatia and the other semi-finalists Poland and Portugal through so far, plus three teams who did not qualify for that inaugural edition in Riga: France, Italy and Romania. The remaining group is played between 7 and 10 July.

Main round fixtures/results

Main round groups

2019 final: Croatia 1-6 Spain
2019 final: Croatia 1-6 Spain

Group 1 (complete)
Qualified: Italy
Also in group: Turkey (hosts), Montenegro, Netherlands

Group 2 (complete)
Qualified: Portugal (hosts)
Also in group: Czech Republic, Greece, Cyprus

Group 3 (complete)
Qualified: France
Also in group: Serbia (hosts), Slovenia, Hungary

Group 4 (complete)
Qualified: Poland
Also in group: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Finland (hosts), Kazakhstan

Group 5* (complete)
Qualified: Romania (hosts)
Also in group: Slovakia, Georgia

*Change to group due to Russia's suspension

Group 6 (7–10 July): Ukraine (hosts), Belgium, Moldova, Andorra

2019 runners-up Croatia will aim to go one better in Spain
2019 runners-up Croatia will aim to go one better in SpainUEFA

Group 7* (complete)
Qualified: Croatia (hosts)
Also in group: Latvia, Azerbaijan

*Change to group due to Belarus's withdrawal

  • The seven group winners join holders and hosts Spain in the finals.
  • Andorra and Montenegro progressed from the preliminary round: the first time an Andorra side had come through a stage of any UEFA or FIFA national-team futsal or football championship at any level.

Age limit

Players are eligible to play in the competition if they were born on or after 1 January 2002, the date which was originally set when the competition was scheduled to conclude with a final tournament in September 2021. The biennial competition will return to odd-numbered years from the next edition, with the final tournament in 2023.