U19 EURO facts and figures

UEFA.com rounds up the crucial statistics for the Under-19 competition, including past winners and hosts, biggest wins and top scorers.

Ramil Sheydaev scored a record 12 goals in the 2014/15 season
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Records apply only for UEFA European Under-19 Championship (from 2001/02)

Champions (hosts)
2019: Spain (Armenia)
2018
: Portugal (Finland)
2017:
England (Georgia)
2016:
France (Germany)
2015:
Spain (Greece)
2014:
Germany (Hungary)
2013:
Serbia (Lithuania)
2012: Spain (Estonia)
2011: Spain (Romania)
2010: France (France)
2009: Ukraine (Ukraine)
2008: Germany (Czech Republic)
2007: Spain (Austria)
2006: Spain (Poland)
2005: France (Northern Ireland)
2004: Spain (Switzerland)
2003: Italy (Liechtenstein)
2002:
Spain (Norway)

Biggest wins
Qualifying round: Gibraltar 1-16 Switzerland, 2019/20
Elite round: Spain 8-1 Cyprus, 2005/06; Portugal 7-0 Bulgaria, 2012/13
Final tournament: Slovenia 1-7 England, 2008/09 group stage

Individual match goalscoring
Qualifying
8
Lorent Tolaj (Switzerland) v Gibraltar 2019/20
Final tournament
4
André Silva (Portugal) v Hungary 2013/14

Season top scorers
2018/19: Ferran Torres (Spain) 7
2017/18:
Erling Braut Håland (Norway) 10
2016/17:
Etienne Amenyido (France), Nathan Broadhead (Wales), Viktor Gyökeres (Sweden), Lassi Lappalainen (Finland), Birk Risa (Norway), Daniel Turyna (Czech Republic) 5
2015/16: Jean-Kévin Augustin (France) 11
2014/15:
Ramil Sheydaev (Russia) 12
2013/14:
André Silva (Portugal), Davie Selke (Germany) 11
2012/13:
Anass Achahbar (Netherlands) 9
2011/12:
Betinho (Portugal) 10
2010/11:
Álvaro Morata (Spain) 10
2009/10:
Mattia Destro (Italy) 8
2008/09:
Nathan Delfouneso (England), Yacin Brahimi (France) 7
2007/08:
Michail Pavlis (Greece) 7
2006/07:
Kostas Mitroglou (Greece), Krisztián Németh (Hungary), Adam Rooney (Republic of Ireland) 8
2005/06:
İlhan Parlak (Turkey) 10
2004/05:
Borko Veselinović (Serbia and Montenegro) 11
2003/04:
Olexandr Aliyev (Ukraine), Ali Oztürk (Turkey), Lukasz Piszczek (Poland) 8
2002/03:
Sébastien Grax (France) 9
2001/02:
Kevin Vandenbergh (Belgium) 10

Finals top scorers
2018/19: 
Gonçalo Ramos (Portugal) 4
2017/18:
João Filipe (Portugal), Francisco Trincão (Portugal) 5
2016/17:
Benjamin Brereton (England), Viktor Gyökeres (Sweden), Joel Mohammed Ramzan Piroe (Netherlands), Kouassi Sessegnon (England) 3
2015/16: Jean-Kevin Augustin (France) 6
2014/15:
Borja Mayoral (Spain) 3
2013/14: Davie Selke (Germany) 6
2012/13: Anass Achahbar (Netherlands), Alexandre Guedes (Portugal), Gratas Sirgėdas (Lithuania) 3
2011/12: Jesé Rodríguez (Spain) 5
2010/11: Álvaro Morata (Spain) 6
2009/10: Daniel Pacheco (Spain) 4
2008/09: Nathan Delfouneso (England) 4
2007/08: Tomáš Necid (Czech Republic) 4
2006/07: Anis Ben-Hatira (Germany), Kévin Monnet-Paquet (France), Kostantinos Mitroglou (Greece) 3
2005/06: Alberto Bueno (Spain), İlhan Parlak (Turkey) 5
2004/05: Borko Veselinović (Serbia and Montenegro) 5
2003/04: Ali Oztürk (Turkey), Lukasz Piszczek (Poland) 4
2002/03: Paulo Sérgio (Portugal) 5
2001/02: Fernando Torres (Spain) 4

All-time top scorers
All matches
Krisztián Németh (Hungary) 14
Kostas Mitroglou (Greece) 12
Ramil Sheydaev (Russia) 12

Final tournaments only
Jean-Kévin Augustin (France), Jota (Portugal), Álvaro Morata (Spain), Davie Selke (Germany) 6
Paco Alcácer (Spain), Alberto Bueno (Spain), Francisco Trincão (Portugal), Kylian Mbappé (France), İlhan Parlak (Turkey), Jesé Rodríguez (Spain), Paulo Sérgio (Portugal), André Silva (Portugal), Borko Veselinović (Serbia) 5

All-time most appearances
All matches
Nathan Delfouneso (England) 21
Giorgos Katidis (Greece) 20
Tomás Podstawski (Portugal) 20 

Final tournaments only
Gerard Deulofeu (Spain) 10
João Filipe (Portugal) 10
Domingos Quina (Portugal) 10

Highest attendances
Qualifying round: Poland v Belarus, Chrorzow, 2017/18, 29,316
Elite round: Belarus v England, Minsk, 2007/08, 11,000
Final tournament: Germany v Italy, Stuttgart, 2015/16, 54,689

Final tournament appearances (max 18)
12 Spain
11 France, Portugal
10 England
9 Germany
7 Austria, Czech Republic, Italy, Serbia (inc Serbia and Montenegro)
6 Greece, Turkey
5 Netherlands, Norway, Ukraine
4 Belgium
3 Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Ireland
2 Armenia, Georgia, Hungary, Poland, Russia, Switzerland
1 Estonia, Finland, Israel, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Northern Ireland, Romania, Scotland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden

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