Hosts Finland meet Portugal, Norway and Italy while holders England face Turkey, Ukraine and France.
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- The draw
Group A: Finland (hosts), Portugal, Norway, Italy
Group B: Turkey, Ukraine, France, England (holders)
The seven elite round winners joined hosts Finland in the draw on 30 May at Vaasa City Hall and were split into two groups of four. The top two in each group progress to the semi-finals.
- Calendar (match schedule tbc)
Group A: 16, 19, 22 July
Group B: 17. 20, 23 July
Semi-finals & FIFA U-20 World Cup play-off: 26 July
Final: 29 July
The tournament will act as Europe's qualifier for the 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Poland: the four semi-finals and the winner of a play-off between the two third-placed group finishers will join the hosts as UEFA's six representatives from 25 May to 16 June next year.
In all knockout games, teams are allowed a fourth substitution in extra time.
Seinäjoki Stadium - home of SJK Seinäjoki
5 group games, FIFA U-20 World Cup play-off, final
Vaasa Stadium - home of VPS Vaasa
7 group games, 2 semi-finals
All matches will be played on artificial turf.
On sale now (kick-off times and final schedule tbc)
Category 1: adults €10, concessions €5
Category 2: adults €7, concessions €4
On the door
Category 1: adults €15, concessions €8
Category 2: adults €10, concessions €5
Concessions: Children (6–19years), students, pensioners, unemployed, soldiers
Children under 6 admitted free
City and family packages available
Tim Sparv: Finland midfielder, played at 2003 FIFA U-17 World Cup on home soil
Maija Saari: Finland women's captain, played at UEFA Women's EURO 2009 on home soil
Ilari Äijälä: sustainablilty ambassador