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2023 UEFA Women's Under-17 EURO final tournament results

See all the results as France claim their first title.

France won their first WU17 EURO title
France won their first WU17 EURO title UEFA via Sportsfile

France beat Spain in the UEFA European Women's Under-17 Championship final in Tallinn.

Having gone 3-0 up, France had to withstand a swift Spain comeback before clinging on to win their first European Women's U17 title.

Final highlights: Spain 2-3 France

France had produced a sensational display to defeat Switzerland 10-2 to make the decider. Then Spain produced two late goals in beating England 3-1, reaching a record tenth final.

Switzerland had knocked out holders Germany in Group A with a 2-1 win to finish behind Spain, who got nine points, but ahead of the defending champions as well as the hosts Estonia, making their debut in a women's final tournament. France topped Group B on goal difference ahead of England, the pair drawing after both beat Poland and 2024 finals hosts Sweden.

Final (Friday 26 May)

Spain 2-3 France (Lilleküla Stadium, Tallinn)

Semi-final highlights: Spain 3-1 England

Semi-finals (Tuesday 23 May)

France 10-2 Switzerland (Kadriorg Stadium, Tallinn)
Spain 3-1 England (Lilleküla Stadium, Tallinn)

Semi-final highlights: France 10-2 Switzerland

Group stage

Matchday 3 (Saturday 20 May)

Group A
Switzerland 2-1 Germany (Kadriorg Stadium, Tallinn)
Spain 6-0 Estonia (Lilleküla Stadium, Tallinn)

Highlights: Spain 6-0 Estonia

Group B
France 1-1 England (Võru Stadium, Võru)
Poland 6-0 Sweden (Tartu Tamme Stadium, Tartu)

Highlights: France 1-1 England

Matchday 2 (Wednesday 17 May)

Group A
Estonia 0-5 Germany (Kadriorg Stadium, Tallinn)
Spain 3-0 Switzerland (Lilleküla Stadium, Tallinn)

Highlights: Poland 6-0 Sweden

Group B
Poland 0-3 France (Võru Stadium, Võru)
Sweden 1-3 England (Tartu Tamme Stadium, Tartu)

Highlights: Sweden 1-3 England

Matchday 1 (Sunday 14 May)

Group A
Germany 0-2 Spain (Kadriorg Stadium, Tallinn)
Estonia 0-4 Switzerland (Lilleküla Stadium, Tallinn)

Highlights: Germany 0-2 Spain

Group B
England 2-1 Poland (Võru Stadium, Võru)
Sweden 0-3 France (Tartu Tamme Stadium, Tartu)

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