Twenty-eight teams, including holders France and seven-time winners Spain, are in contention for the seven places alongside hosts Georgia in this summer's finals.
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Seven places in this summer's UEFA European Under-19 Championship will be decided over the next week, with 28 teams bidding to join hosts Georgia in the final tournament.
Holders France have home advantage in Group 5 – which also includes Bosnia and Herzegovina, Israel and Bulgaria – while the nation they beat to claim their third U19 title in Germany last year, Italy, take on the Republic of Ireland, Sweden and Belgium in Group 7.
Group 1: Finland, Greece, Netherlands*, Ukraine (23–28 March)
Group 2: Cyprus, Germany*, Serbia, Slovakia (23–28 March)
Group 3: Belarus, England*, Norway, Spain (22–27 March)
Group 4: Croatia, Poland, Portugal*, Turkey (23–28 March)
Group 5: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, France (holders)*, Israel (22–27 March)
Group 6: Austria, Czech Republic*, Hungary, Scotland (22–27 March)
Group 7:Belgium*, Italy, Republic of Ireland, Sweden (23–28 March)
The seven group winners will join hosts Georgia in the finals from 2 to 15 July.