Holders England and debutants Kosovo are among the 26 teams that have advanced from the 13 groups to join top seeds Spain and Portugal in the elite round draw.
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Holders England and debutants Kosovo are among the 26 teams that have advanced from the UEFA European Under-19 Championship qualifying round to join top seeds Spain and Portugal in the elite round draw at 11:00CET on 6 December.
The qualifiers (group winners listed first):
Group 1: Denmark, Latvia
Group 2: Germany, Poland
Group 3: Czech Republic, Scotland
Group 4: Netherlands, Hungary
Group 5: FYR Macedonia, Belgium
Group 6: Austria, Kosovo
Group 7: Republic of Ireland, Serbia
Group 8: England (holders), Bulgaria
Group 9: Italy, Sweden
Group 10: Romania, Greece
Group 11: France, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Group 12: Ukraine, Norway
Group 13: Slovakia, Turkey
Bye to elite round: Spain, Portugal
Bye to finals: Finland (hosts)
Qualifying round summary
- Top scorers: Kai Havertz (Germany), Alexandru Măţan (Romania), Eddie Nketiah (England) 5
- The Czech Republic and Austria won their three games without conceding a goal.
- Kosovo, on their U19 debut, have got past a round of UEFA competition for the first time at any level.
Elite round draw (11:00CET, 6 December, Nyon)
- The teams are split into four seeding pots based on qualifying round results, with Spain and Portugal in Pot 1 as top seeds.
- The sides are drawn into seven groups of four. No team can play a nation they met in the qualifying round. Any other restrictions will be confirmed ahead of the draw.
- Games take place in spring with seven one-venue mini-tournaments, hosts for each group appointed after the draw.
- The group winners qualify to join hosts Finland in the finals from 16 to 29 July.
- Earlier on 6 December the draw for the 2018/19 qualifying round will also be made.