England and Norway completed the lineup for the UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship after their elite round Group 4 match concluded on Thursday.
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England and Norway completed the lineup for this summer's UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship final tournament in Israel after their elite round Group 4 match concluded on Thursday evening.
The UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body decided the game – which originally took place on 4 April – should be replayed from when England were awarded a penalty in added time.
Leah Williamson converted that spot kick at Seaview Stadium in Belfast – her second penalty of the day, having also struck against Switzerland – to earn Mo Marley's team a 2-2 draw and top spot in the section. Norway go through to the finals as best runners-up, determined by each second-placed side's record against the teams that finished first and third in their group.
Spain (Group 1 winners)
Sweden (Group 2 winners)
France (Group 3 winners)
England (Group 4 winners)
Germany (Group 5 winners)
Denmark (Group 6 winners)
Norway (best runners-up)
Final tournament draw
The final tournament draw takes place on 20 May in Israel. The teams will be drawn into two groups of four, playing matches on 15, 18 and 21 July. The top two progress to the semi-finals on 24 July, with the final scheduled three days later.
Matchday three results
Group 1: Turkey 0-1 Portugal
Group 1: Finland 0-6 Spain
Group 2: Serbia 1-5 Austria
Group 2: Italy 1-2 Sweden
Group 3: Romania 0-3 Iceland
Group 3: Russia 0-1 France
Group 4: Switzerland 1-3 England
Group 4: Northern Ireland 1-8 Norway
Group 5: Belgium 1-3 Germany
Group 5: Ukraine 0-3 Scotland
Group 6: Denmark 1-0 Netherlands
Group 6: Slovenia 0-2 Czech Republic