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2024 U17 EURO finals in Cyprus: Tournament information

Cyprus staged the 16-team finals in 2024.

More than 5,000 fans came to the opening match between Cyprus and Czechia at AEK Arena, Larnaca
More than 5,000 fans came to the opening match between Cyprus and Czechia at AEK Arena, Larnaca Cyprus Football Association

Cyprus staged the 2024 UEFA European Under-17 Championship finals from 20 May to 5 June.

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The final tournament draw was on Wednesday 3 April in Ayia Napa.

Press information

Press kit: Updated 3 June

The Cyprus Football Association (CFA) was to host the U17 final tournament in 2021 but the season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Cyprus previously hosted the 1992 edition of the U16 EURO, the predecessor to the current U17 classification, and the 1998 U18 EURO.

All the matches

Tournament ambassadors

Pavlos Kontides: Laser class sailing world champion, first Cypriot to win an Olympic medal by taking silver in 2012

Karolina Pelendritou: Three-time gold medal-winning Paralympics swimmer


Matches were played at six stadiums, with the final at Limassol Stadium in Limassol.

Dasaki Achnas Stadium, Dasaki
Ammochostos Epistrofi Stadium, Larnaca
Antonis Papadopoullos Stadium, Larnaca
AEK Arena, Larnaca
Limassol Stadium, Limassol

Paralimni Municipal Stadium Tasos Markou, Paralimni

Hosts Cyprus were joined by the 15 teams that emerged from the elite round in March. They were split into four groups of four for the final tournament, with the top two in each section progressing to the knockout phase.

Knockout system

QF1: Winners Group A (Czechia) vs Runners-up Group B (Denmark)
QF2: Winners Group B (Austria) vs Runners-up Group A (Serbia)
QF3: Winners Group C (Italy) vs Runners-up Group D (England)
QF4: Winners Group D (Portugal) vs Runners-up Group C (Poland)

SF1: Winners QF1 (Denmark) vs Winners QF3 (Italy)
SF2: Winners QF2 (Serbia) vs Winners QF4 (Portugal)

Winners SF1 (Italy) vs Winners SF2 (Portugal)