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2021/22 Under-19 EURO qualifying round report

The 28-team elite round line-up is decided after the conclusion of the 13 mini-tournaments.

Finland progressed from Group 5
Finland progressed from Group 5 NurPhoto via Getty Images

The 2021/22 UEFA European Under-19 Championship qualifying round has started the road to Slovakia.

The round finished on Tuesday as the competition resumed, having been abandoned in 2019/20 and cancelled last season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Through to elite round

Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal (bye), Republic of Ireland, Romania, Russia, Scotland (best third-placed team), Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine

• The top two in each group plus the third-placed team with the best record against the leading pair in their section progress to join top seeds Portugal in the elite round, played in spring 2022.

• Hosts Slovakia qualify directly for the final tournament from 18 June to 1 July.


Qualifying round groups

Group 1
Through to elite round: England, Sweden (hosts)
Also in group: Switzerland, Andorra

Group 2
Through to elite round: Russia, Germany
Also in group: Greece (hosts), Faroe Islands

Group 3
Through to elite round: Hungary (hosts), Austria
Also in group: Belarus, Estonia

Group 4
Through to elite round: Netherlands, Israel (hosts)
Also in group: Cyprus, Moldova

Group 5
Through to elite round: Ukraine, Finland
Also in group: Poland (hosts), Malta

Group 6
Through to elite round: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republic of Ireland
Also in group: Montenegro, Bulgaria (hosts)

Group 7
Through to elite round: France, Serbia
Also in group: Albania (hosts), North Macedonia

Group 8
Through to elite round: Belgium, Spain
Also in group: Azerbaijan, Luxembourg (hosts)

Group 9
Through to elite round: Turkey (hosts), Romania
Also in group: Latvia, San Marino

Group 10
Through to elite round: Georgia, Norway (hosts)
Also in group: Wales, Kosovo

Group 11
Through to elite round: Croatia (hosts), Armenia, Scotland (best third-placed)
Also in group: Gibraltar

Group 12 
Through to elite round: Italy, Iceland
Also in group: Lithuania, Slovenia (hosts)

Group 13
Through to elite round: Denmark, Czech Republic (hosts)
Also in group: Northern Ireland, Kazakhstan