2021/22 Women's Under-19 round 2: Germany, England France, Italy, Norway, Spain, Sweden join finals hosts Czech Republic
Friday, May 20, 2022
Germany, England, holders France, Italy, Spain and Sweden join four-time runners-up Norway and hosts Czech Republic in the finals.
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Round 2 of the new UEFA Nations League-style UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship decided the seven teams joining hosts Czech Republic in the finals, as well as promotion and relegation between the leagues.
Qualified for final tournament
Czech Republic (hosts)
England (Group A3 winners)
France (holders, Group A7 winners)
Germany (Group A2 winners)
Italy (Group A5 winners)
Norway (Group A4 winners)
Spain (Group A6 winners)
Sweden (Group A1 winners)
League A consisted of 28 teams, including the seven promoted from League B during round 1 in the autumn. Czech Republic took part in round 2, though they were assured of a finals place as hosts. The seven group winners qualify for the finals from 27 June to 9 July, drawn on 18 May in Ostrava.
Promotions and relegations between Leagues A and B have also been decided ahead of the 2022/23 round 1 draw on 31 May.
- France won the last completed edition in 2018/19.
- Record six-time champions Germany beat Finland on penalties to top Group A2.
- Other former winners to qualify are England, Italy, Spain and Sweden.
- Norway are four-time runners-up.
- Hosts Czech Republic are making their finals debut.
Also in group: Denmark, Poland
Transfer to League B: Croatia
Also in group: Finland
Did not play, transfer to League B: Russia, Belarus
Russia suspended, will compete in Leagye B in next edition in which they participate
Also in group: Belgium, Wales
Transfer to League B: Iceland
Also in group: Austria*, Ukraine,
Transfer to League B: Bulgaria
Also in group: Hungary, Switzerland
Transfer to League B: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Also in group: Netherlands, Portugal*
Transfer to League B: Romania
Also in group: Republic of Ireland, Greece
Transfer to League B: Czech Republic* (finals hosts)
Promoted as group winners: Northern Ireland*
Promoted as one of two best runners-up: Malta
Also in group: Azerbaijan, Faroe Islands
Promoted as group winners: Slovenia*
Also in group: North Macedonia, Moldova, Liechtenstein
Promoted as group winners: Serbia
Also in group: Lithuania, Latvia*, Montenegro
Promoted as group winners: Scotland*
Also in group: Kosovo, Kazakhstan, Estonia
Promoted as group winners: Slovakia
Also in group: Andorra*, Georgia, Armenia
Promoted as group winners: Israel
Promoted as one of two best runners-up: Turkey*
Also in group: Albania, Cyprus
How the leagues were formed by round 1
Round 1 group winners: Austria (Group A1), France (holders, A2), Germany (A3), Denmark (A4), England (A5), Spain (A6), Italy (A7)
Round 1 group runners-up: Netherlands (A1), Sweden (A2), Belgium (A3), Finland (A4), Switzerland (A5), Czech Republic (finals hosts, A6), Norway (A7)
Round 1 group third place: Ukraine (A1), Iceland (A2), Russia (A3), Hungary (A4), Republic of Ireland (A5), Portugal (A6), Poland (A7)
Promoted from League B: Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece (best runners-up), Romania, Wales
Relegated from League A: Azerbaijan, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey
Round 1 group runners-up: North Macedonia (B1), Albania (B3), Georgia (B4), Kosovo (B5), Montenegro (B6)
Round 1 group third place: Faroe Islands (B1), Lithuania (B2), Andorra (B3), Israel (B4), Liechtenstein (B5), Estonia (B6)
Round 1 group fourth place: Cyprus (B1), Kazakhstan (B2), Moldova (B3), Malta (B4), Latvia (B5), Armenia (B6)