How the #WU19EURO was won: knockout highlights

France claimed the 2016 title after following up their semi-final win against Switzerland by beating Spain. Watch the 14 goals from the three knockout games in Senec.

France captain Théa Greboval and Clara Mateo show off the trophy


  • Champions: France (first team to appear in 8 WU19 finals)
  • Runners-up: Spain
  • First qualifications: Austria, Slovakia (hosts)
  • Top scorer (finals): Marie-Antoinette Katoto (France) 6
  • Top scorer (season): Sippie Folkertsma (Netherlands) 11
  • New record for most UEFA youth final appearances: Nuria Garrote, Nahikari García, Andrea Sánchez Falcón (Spain) 4
  • New record of most UEFA youth semi-final appearances: Nuria Garrote, Nahikari García (Spain) 5
  • New UEFA youth final tournament appearance record: Nahikari García (Spain) 22
  • New UEFA youth national-team appearance record inc qualifying: Andrea Sánchez Falcón (Spain) 40
  • New WU19 finals appearance record: Nahikari García (Spain) 15


Highlights: France v Switzerland
Highlights: France v Switzerland
Highlights: Spain v Netherlands
Highlights: Spain v Netherlands
Final highlights: France 2-1 Spain
Final highlights: France 2-1 Spain


Tuesday 19 July
Group A
Slovakia 0-6 Netherlands (Senec)
France 0-1 Norway (Zlate Moravce)
Group B
Spain 1-0 Germany (Senica)
Austria 0-4 Switzerland (Myjava)

Friday 22 July
Group A
Netherlands 1-0 Norway (Zlate Moravce)
Slovakia 0-6 France (Senec)
Group B
Germany 2-4 Switzerland (Senica)
Spain 4-0 Austria (Myjava)

Monday 25 July
Group A
Netherlands 1-2 France (Senec)
Norway 0-0 Slovakia* (Zlate Moravce)
Group B
Germany 3-1 Austria (Senica)
Switzerland 0-5 Spain (Myjava)

Thursday 28 July

France 3-1 Switzerland (Senec)
Spain 4-3 Netherlands (Senec)

Sunday 31 July

France 2-1 Spain (Senec)

*Match abandoned on 50 minutes after heavy rain made the pitch unplayable. With both teams out, it was agreed that the 0-0 scoreline would stand.