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2023 UEFA Under-19 EURO final tournament: All the results

Check out all the scorelines from the Under-19 EURO in Malta.

Italy celebrate Michael Kayode's winner against Portugal in the final
Italy celebrate Michael Kayode's winner against Portugal in the final UEFA via Getty Images

Italy were crowned winners at the 2023 UEFA European Under-19 Championship in Malta on Sunday 16 July after defeating Portugal 1-0 in the final.

The Azzurrini had previously lost 5-1 to Portugal during the group stage, but it was a different story at the National Stadium in Ta' Qali as Michael Kayode headed in the only goal of the game on 19 minutes. Italy had earned their spot in the showpiece by edging Spain 3-2 in the last four, while Portugal cruised past Norway 5-0.


Sunday 16 July
Portugal 0-1 Italy (National Stadium, Ta'Qali)

Highlights: Portugal 0-1 Italy


Thursday 13 July
Portugal 5-0 Norway (Tony Bezzina Stadium, Paola)
Spain 2-3 Italy (National Stadium, Ta'Qali) 

Highlights: Spain 2-3 Italy


Sunday 9 July
Group A

Italy 1-1 Poland (National Stadium, Ta'Qali)

Igor Strzałek's long-range strike gave Marcin Brosz's side an early advantage, but Luis Hasa was alert to turn in from Samuele Vignato's unstoppable run and secure the point Italy required to finish Group A runners-up.

Portugal 2-1 Malta (Gozo Stadium, Xewkija)

Section winners Portugal rounded off their Group A campaign with a third win, beating the already-eliminated hosts.

Highlights: Italy 1-1 Poland

Monday 10 July
Group B

Spain 0-0 Norway (National Stadium, Ta'Qali)

With Spain's qualification already confirmed on Matchday 2, Norway only needed to avoid defeat to secure the Group B runners-up spot. José Lana's side created the best chances, but an ultimately evenly-balanced encounter at the National Stadium ended all square. Norway claimed an U19 EURO last-four berth for the first time ever.

Greece 0-0 Iceland
(Tony Bezzina Stadium, Paola)

Over at Tony Bezzina Stadium, Iceland's must-win clash against Greece also finished level as Olafur Ingi Skulason's side became the final team to bow out of the competition.

Highlights: Spain 0-0 Norway
Highlights: Portugal 2-1 Malta
Meet the teams

Group stage


Monday 3 July
Group A

Poland 0-2 Portugal (Tony Bezzina Stadium, Paola)
Malta 0-4 Italy (National Stadium, Ta'Qali)

An exquisite Hugo Félix solo goal followed Gabriel Brás' early header as Portugal eased to three points against Poland, while Italy converted three of their four penalties in a comfortable victory over ten-man hosts Malta.

Highlights: Malta 0-4 Italy

Tuesday 4 July
Group B

Norway 5-4 Greece (Centenary Stadium, Ta'Qali)
Iceland 1-2 Spain (Centenary Stadium, Ta'Qali)

Norway edged Greece in a dramatic nine-goal thriller, before Spain saw off Iceland at the Centenary Stadium in Ta'Qali to get Group B under way.

Highlights: Norway 5-4 Greece


Thursday 6 July
Group A

Portugal 5-1 Italy (Centenary Stadium, Ta'Qali)

Portugal beat ten-man Italy at Centenary Stadium in Ta'Qali to win Group A and guarantee their semi-finals spot. After an even first half, Joaquim Milheiro's side went up a gear after the break, taking advantage of their extra man to clinically dispatch the Azzurrini.

Highlights: Portugal 5-1 Italy

Malta 0-2 Poland (Centenary Stadium, Ta'Qali)

Poland eliminated hosts Malta in a dramatic contest, which ended with both sides reduced to ten men, and with the hosts confirmed bottom of the group.

Highlights: Malta 0-2 Poland
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Friday 7July
Group B

Greece 0-5 Spain (Gozo Stadium, Xewkija)

Spain dispatched Greece in a ruthless display to guarantee to their ticket to the semi-finals.Three early first-half goals in quick succession set the tone as José Lana’s Spain controlled their contest at Gozo Stadium.

Highlights: Greece 0-5 Spain

Iceland 1-1 Norway (Tony Bezzina Stadium, Paola)

Eggert Aron Guðmundsson's magnificent solo goal cancelled out Alwande Roaldsøy's penalty as Norway and Iceland's exciting encounter ended all square, leaving both sides still in the running for a last-four berth.

Highlights: Iceland 1-1 Norway

When and where are the matches?

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Four venues have hosted the tournament: Gozo Stadium in Xewkija, Tony Bezzina Stadium in Paola, and Centenary Stadium and the National Stadium in Ta'Qali. The National Stadium will host the final at 21:00 CET on Sunday 16 July.

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