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2022 U17 EURO finals: Israel – tournament information, scouting

Israel will stage the 16-team finals from 16 May to 1 June.

Fans before the 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Championship final in Israel
Fans before the 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Championship final in Israel SPORTSFILE

Israel will stage the 2022 UEFA European Under-17 Championship finals from 16 May to 1 June. Here's all you need to know about the tournament.

Final tournament draw

Group A: Israel (hosts), Germany, Italy, Luxembourg

Group B: France, Netherlands (holders), Bulgaria, Poland

Group C: Serbia, Spain, Turkey, Belgium

Group D: Denmark, Portugal, Scotland, Sweden

The Israel Football Association (IFA) welcomed the U16 finals in 2000 and more recently was the venue for the 2013 U21 EURO and 2015 Women's U19 EURO. The tournament is returning after the last two editions were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tournament ambassadors

Tal Ben Haim The former Israel international defender earned almost 100 caps and enjoyed a distinguished career, notably in England.
Liran Strauber A goalkeeper who backstopped some of Israel's biggest clubs, including Maccabi Tel Aviv where he won the domestic title.

Where will the matches take place?

Netanya Municipal Stadium, Netanya (Quarter-finals, semi-finals, final)
Haberfeld Stadium, Rishon Lezion (Group stage, quarter-finals)
Ness Ziona Municipal Stadium, Ness Ziona (Group stage, quarter-finals)
Ramat Gan Municipal Stadium, Ramat Gan (Group stage)
Lod Municipal Stadium, Lod (Group stage)

Where to watch the games: TV/streams

Scouting information

Scouts who wish to apply for tickets to the UEFA European Under-17 Championship will be able to do so online from Tuesday 19 April.

Number of tickets have been reserved for scouts for each match at the 2022 UEFA European Under-17 Championship final tournament in Israel – and can be ordered online from this link before 12:00 CET on Tuesday 10 May. No requests will be considered after the deadline.

A maximum of two tickets per match can be allocated per club or organisation. Due to limited stadium capacities, the number of tickets per club for some matches may be limited to one or may be in the standing sector. Tickets will be complimentary but do not include hospitality or parking.

Ticket collection procedures

Digital tickets will be sent to the email address communicated in the tickets request form. A 'Scout info point' will be located at each stadium’s main entrance on matchday.

Attendance-related documents

Ticketing terms and conditions (scouts) 
Privacy notification (scout tickets)