#WU19EURO 2019 in Scotland: all you need to know

Scotland will host the 2019 finals from 16 to 28 July with eight contenders also aiming for a 2020 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup spot.

Wimen's Under-19 EURO media launch
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The 2018/19 UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship finals will be played in Scotland from 16 to 28 July, with the draw made in Glasgow on 16 April. The finals will act as UEFA's qualifier for the 2020 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup.

Group A: Scotland (hosts), Netherlands, Norway, France

Group B: England, Belgium, Spain (holders), Germany

Group stage

Tuesday 16 July:
Group A
Norway v Netherlands: 17:00, Firhill Stadium, Glasgow
Scotland v France: 20:30, Saint Mirren Park, Paisley
Group B
Spain v Belgium: 17:00, Forthbank, Stirling
England v Germany: 20:30, McDiarmid Park, Perth

Friday 19 July:
Group A
Netherlands v France: 17:00, Saint Mirren Park, Paisley
Scotland v Norway: 19:15, Firhill Stadium, Glasgow
Group B
England v Spain: 17:00, Forthbank, Stirling
Belgium v Germany: 20:30, McDiarmid Park, Perth

Monday 22 July:
Group A
Netherlands v Scotland: 19:15, Saint Mirren Park, Paisley
France v Norway: 19:15, Firhill Stadium, Glasgow
Group B
Germany v Spain: 17:00, Forthbank, Stirling
Belgium v England: 17:00, McDiarmid Park, Perth

Knockout phase

Thursday 25 July:
Semi-finals
17:00, Firhill Stadium, Glasgow
20:30, Saint Mirren Park, Paisley

Sunday 28 July:
Final
17:00, Saint Mirren Park, Paisley

  • In the semi-finals, the winner of Group A plays the runner-up of Group B and vice versa; match allocation made after the group stage
  • UEFA's allocation for the 2020 FIFA U-20 World Cup has not been confirmed but this tournament will act as qualifier.

Ticket sales

Tickets are on sale now from the official Scottish FA website.

Prices:
Group games
Adults £2 (around €2.27)
Concessions £1 (around €1.13)

Knockouts
Adults £5 (around €5.67)
Concessions £2 (around €2.27)

Venues

Saint Mirren Park, Paisley (Group A, semi-final, final) – home of St Mirren
Firhill Stadium, Glasgow (Group A, semi-final) – home of Partick Thistle
McDiarmid Park, Perth (Group B) – home of St Johnstone
Forthbank Stadium, Stirling (Group B) – home of Stirling Albion

Ambassadors

Erin Cuthbert (Scotland & Chelsea)
Jo Love (Scotland & Glasgow City)

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