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2022 Under-19 EURO final: Israel vs England – meet the teams

Israel and England are the last two teams left standing at the Under-19 EURO in Slovakia.

Israel will play England in this year's U19 EURO final
Israel will play England in this year's U19 EURO final UEFA via Sportsfile

Israel will take on England in the UEFA European Under-19 Championship final in Trnava on Friday 1 July.

Both the finalists, as well as beaten semi-finalists France and Italy, and play-off victors Slovakia, have also qualified for the 2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Indonesia.

We introduce the final two contenders: Israel, who are in uncharted territory, and former winners England.

Where to watch: TV, streams

Fixtures

Final
Israel vs England (20:00, Trnava Stadium, Trnava)

Highlights: France 1-2 Israel

Semi-finals
Semi-final 1: France 1-2 Israel (DAC Arena, Dunajská Streda)
Semi-final 2: England 2-1 Italy (NTC Senec, Senec)

2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup play-off
Slovakia 1-0 Austria
(Trnava Stadium, Trnava)

Israel

Qualifying round: Group 4 runners-up (W1-0 vs Cyprus, W6-0 vs Moldova, L1-4 vs Netherlands)
Elite round: Group 1 winners (D0-0 vs Hungary, W3-1 vs Türkiye, W1-0 vs Scotland)
Group stage: Group B runners-up (D2-2 vs Serbia, W4-2 vs Austria, L0-1 vs England)
Semi-finals: W2-1 vs France

Finals top scorer: Oscar Gloukh 2
Top scorer including qualifying: Oscar Gloukh, Dor Turgeman 3
Previous best: Group stage (2014)

England

Highlights: England 2-1 Italy

Qualifying round: Group 1 winners (W4-0 vs Andorra, D0-0 vs Switzerland, W2-0 vs Sweden)
Elite round: Group 3 winners (W3-1 vs Republic of Ireland, W4-0 vs Armenia, W2-0 vs Portugal)
Group stage
: Group B winners (W2-0 vs Austria, W4-0 vs Serbia, W1-0 vs Israel)
Semi-finals: W2-1 vs Italy

Finals top scorer: Carney Chukwuemeka, Dane Scarlett 2
Top scorer including qualifying: Dane Scarlett 8
Final record: W1 L2
Previous best: Winners (2017)

Previous finals: 
2005: L1-3 vs France
2009: L0-2 vs Ukraine
2017: W1-2 Portugal