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2022 Women's U17 EURO finals in Bosnia and Herzegovina: tournament information

Bosnia and Herzegovina staged their first UEFA final tournament.

Fedja Krvavac via Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Federation

The 2022 UEFA European Women's Under-17 Championship finals was staged by Bosnia and Herzegovina from 3 to 15 May. It was the first time Bosnia and Herzegovina had hosted a UEFA final tournament. The tournament returned after being cancelled for the last two seasons due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The hosts were the first team from Bosnia and Herzegovina to play in a UEFA women's final tournament. They were joined by seven teams progressing from Round 2 of the new format for the finals, which acted as UEFA's qualifier for the 2022 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup in India from 11 to 30 October, with the top three finishers in the tournament to represent Europe: winners Germany, runners-up Spain and play-off victors France.

The draw was in Sarajevo on 5 April. The top two teams from each group progressed to the semi-finals. The two teams beaten in the semi-finals played off for the third World Cup slot.

Match dates

Group stage: 3, 6 and 9 May
Semi-finals: 12 May
Final & World Cup play-off: 15 May

Tournament ambassador

Milena Nikolić: Bayer Leverkusen and Bosnia & Herzegovina forward – holds record for most goals scored in single UEFA Women's Champions League game, eight for ŽFK Spartak vs Goliador-Real (2014/15 qualifying round)


Stadium Grbavica, Sarajevo (Group A, semi-final, final)
Stadium TC FFBIH, Zenica (Group A, semi-final, World Cup play-off)
Stadium Pecara, Široki Brijeg (Group B)
Gradski Stadium Mostar, Mostar (Group B)


Group stage:

Tuesday 3 May
Group A: Denmark 0-2 Germany (Zenica)
Group B: France 2-0 Finland (Široki Brijeg)
Group A: Bosnia and Herzegovina 0-8 Netherlands (Sarajevo)
Group B: Norway 0-4 Spain (Mostar)

Friday 6 May
Group A: Bosnia and Herzegovina 0-6 Denmark (Zenica)
Group B: Spain 4-0 Finland (Široki Brijeg)
Group A: Germany 2-0 Netherlands (Sarajevo)
Group B: France 1-0 Norway (Mostar)

Monday 9 May
Group A: Germany 2-0 Bosnia and Herzegovina (Sarajevo)
Group A: Netherlands 1-1 Denmark (Zenica)
Group B: Spain 3-0 France (Široki Brijeg)
Group B: Finland 2-1 Norway (Mostar)


Thursday 12 May
Germany 1-0 France (Zenica)
Spain 3-0 Netherlands (Sarajevo)

FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup play-off:

Sunday 15 May
France 2-0 Netherlands (Zenica)


Sunday 15 May
Germany 2-2 Spain (3-2 pens) (Sarajevo)