With the Women's Under-17 EURO due to kick off in the Czech Republic on Tuesday, we look at the contenders, the schedule, the television coverage – and much more besides.
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The UEFA European Women's Under-17 Championship kicks off in the Czech Republic on Tuesday and we have the lowdown on the tenth edition of the tournament.
Hosts the Czech Republic are joined in Group A by holders and five-time winners Germany, thrice champions Spain and France, who have reached a trio of finals only to lose to Germany (twice) and Spain. Group B pits 2010 runners-up the Republic of Ireland against both beaten 2016 semi-finalists, England and Norway, plus the Netherlands.
The group stage is played on Tuesday, Friday and next Monday. The top two in each group progress to the semi-finals on 11 May, with the final three days later. In the opening games on Tuesday, three start at 11:00CEST – Czech Republic v France, Republic of Ireland v England, and Norway v Netherlands – while Germany and Spain replay the 2016 final at 16:00CEST.
Pilsen, Prestice, Pribram and Domazlice stage one game each on all three of the group stage matchdays. Domazlice and Pribram will host the semi-finals, with the decider in Pilsen.
Which matches are televised?
Eurosport will show the second semi-final from Pribram at 18:00CEST on 11 May, and the Pilsen final at 18:30CEST on 14 May.
How else can I follow the games?
UEFA.com will have live MatchCentres from all 15 matches and there will also be updates on @UEFAWomensEURO.
Between them, Germany (5) and Spain (3) have won virtually all the previous editions, the exception being Poland in 2012/13.