The draw has formed seven groups of four to decide Slovakia's finals opponents.
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The UEFA European Under-19 Championship elite round draw has produced seven groups for the mini-tournaments to be completed by 29 March, with the section winners to join hosts Slovakia in the finals from 18 June to 1 July.
In the elite round, the 27 teams emerging from the qualifying round will join top seeds Portugal, who enter at this stage. The final tournament will act as Europe's qualifier for the 2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Indonesia.
Elite round draw
Group 1: Turkey, Hungary, Israel, Scotland
Group 2: France, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Sweden
Group 3: Portugal, England, Republic of Ireland, Armenia
Group 4: Croatia, Georgia, Romania, Iceland
Group 5: Italy, Belgium, Finland, Germany
Group 6: Netherlands, Ukraine, Norway, Serbia
Group 7: Russia, Denmark, Spain, Austria
• There were four seeding pots in accordance with the coefficient rankings list (based on qualifying round positions, then results). The seven countries with the highest coefficients (including Portugal) were placed in Pot A, the next seven in Pot B, and so on.
• Qualifying round group winners could not be drawn to face the runners-up from the same group.
• On the basis of previous decisions taken by the UEFA Executive Committee and the UEFA Emergency Panel, the following countries could not be drawn into the same group: Russia and Ukraine.
• Each group comprises one side from each pot, with the hosts to be appointed to hold the mini-tournaments in the spring.
• The group winners qualify to join hosts Slovakia in the finals.
Pot A: Portugal, Netherlands, Russia, France, Italy, Turkey, Croatia
Pot B: Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, England, Denmark, Ukraine, Hungary, Georgia
Pot C: Spain, Czech Republic, Republic of Ireland, Norway, Israel, Romania, Finland
Pot D: Sweden, Iceland, Armenia, Austria, Germany, Serbia, Scotland