Holders England, France, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Turkey and Ukraine have qualified to join hosts Finland in the finals.
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Holders England are among the seven UEFA European Under-19 Championship elite round group winners joining Finland in July's finals.
- Finals draw: 30 May, Vaasa
- The finals run from 16–29 July and also act as a qualifier for the 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Poland.
Group 1: Norway
Group 2: England (holders)
Group 3: Italy
Group 4: Ukraine
Group 5: Portugal
Group 6: France
Group 7: Turkey
- England continue their title defence, both of the U19 EURO crown and technically also the U-20 World Cup, which they won in 2017. Their elite round side included six of the squad that won last year's U19 title.
- Three-time champions France knocked out Spain, who have not qualified since winning their record seventh title in 2015.
- Italy and Ukraine are the other past winners to qualify, Germany were pipped on head to head by Norway, who defeated Scotland 5-4 to top Group 1.
- Portugal continue their bid to become the first nation to win the U17 and U19 titles with the same year group (having lifted the more junior trophy in 2016).
- Finland are making their U19 finals debut.