U17 EURO qualifying round latest

The qualifying round is in progress: see who has sealed their elite round places so far.

Brian Brobbey scores for the Netherlands in the 2018 final: he is eligible again this season
Brian Brobbey scores for the Netherlands in the 2018 final: he is eligible again this season ©Getty Images

The UEFA European Under-17 Championship qualifying round is in progress as the road to May's finals in the Republic of Ireland – and the 2019 FIFA U-17 World Cup in Peru – begins.

In all, 52 of the entrants will compete in mini-tournaments held before 2 November, with top seeds England and Germany given byes to the elite round and hosts the Republic of Ireland already in May's finals. Among those now through are the Netherlands, who beat Italy in last May's finals in England.

Through to elite round: England (bye), Germany (bye), Netherlands (holders), Ukraine, Iceland, Sweden, Hungary, Romania, Portugal, Belarus.

2018 U17 finals in review
2018 U17 finals in review

Qualifying round groups
Group 1 (complete)

Qualified: Netherlands (holders), Sweden
Could go through from third place: Montenegro

Group 2 (complete)
Qualified:
Ukraine, Iceland
Could go through from third place:
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Group 3 (24–30 October): Austria, Slovenia*, Bulgaria, Malta

Group 4 (20–26 October): Spain, Israel, Faroe Islands, FYR Macedonia*

Group 5 (26 October–1 November): Scotland, Switzerland, Cyprus*, Kosovo

Froup 6 (24–30 October): Russia, Denmark*, Georgia, Estonia

Group 7 (25–31 October): France, Poland*, Finland, Luxembourg

Group 8 (23–29 October): Czech Republic, Norway, Azerbaijan, Albania*

Group 9 (complete)
Qualified:
Hungary, Romania
Could go through from third place: Serbia

Group 10 (24–30 October): Turkey*, Slovakia, Northern Ireland, San Marino

Group 11 (complete)
Qualified:
Portugal, Belarus
Could go through from third place: Kazakhstan

Group 12 (25–31 October): Belgium, Greece, Latvia, Moldova*

Group 13 (27 October–2 November): Italy, Croatia*, Armenia, Andorra

*Hosts

  • The top two in each group plus the four third-placed teams with the best records against the leading pair in their section advance to join top seeds England and Germany in the elite round next March, from which 15 teams will qualify to line up alongside hosts Ireland in the finals.
  • The finals will also act as Europe's qualifier for the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Peru from 5 to 27 October 2019.

Season calendar
Qualifying round: 27 September–2 November
Elite round draw: 6 December, Nyon
Elite round: tbc March
Finals draw: tbc, Republic of Ireland
Finals: 3–19 May, Republic of Ireland

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