2017 WU19 EURO: The stadiums

The 15 matches will be spread among four stadiums in Northern Ireland.

2017 WU19 EURO: The stadiums
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  • Windsor Park, Belfast

Matches: 4 group games, 2 semi-finals, final
Capacity: 18,416
Home teams: Linfield, Northern Ireland

Did you know? The stadium was completely redeveloped between 2014 and 2016, but was originally designed by Archibald Leitch, a Scot also behind Anfield, Ibrox, Hampden Park, Goodison Park, Villa Park and Old Trafford among many others.

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  • Mourneview Park, Lurgan

Matches: 3 group games
Capacity: 3,306
Home team: Glenavon

Did you know? Jimmy Jones was Glenavon's top scorer for ten consecutive seasons in the 1950s and 60s, bagging 517 goals including a remarkable 74 in 1956/57.

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  • Shamrock Park, Portadown

Matches: 2 group games
Capacity: 2,434
Home team: Portadown

Did you know? Shamrock Park used to be well-known for stock-car racing, with an oval track once encircling the pitch.

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  • Ballymena Showgrounds, Ballymena

Matches: 3 group games, U-20 World Cup play-off (if France reach semis)
Capacity: 3,686
Home clubs: Ballymena United, Ballymena United Allstars

Did you know? Stock cars run at Ballymena on select Friday evenings throughout the summer, and the Showgrounds are also home to a hockey club.

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