Thanks for the NFF U15 link, I already had seven matches (from the Four Nations Tournament in
August 2008 in Germany on) and will now add the two matches against Sweden (in 2006 and 2007);
on 24-06-2010 it will the 10th match for an U15 Norwegian squad.
To compare with the German U15 squad, it will be their 30th (starting in 2004).
Maybe interesting: from 60 German players, born in 1989, 1990 or 1991, playing in the German U15 in
2004, 2005 and 2006 in 2010 29 are in the German U19, U20, U23 or A (that is nearly 50%).
Bianca Schmidt (*1990), Kim Kulig (*1990) and Alexandra Popp (*1991) are now Germany A-players.
In the German U23 squad 2010 are 7 players born in 1988 and 3 players born in 1987, but they were
born too early
, because in 2003 and 2002 the German U15 didnot exist (international).
The Dutch U15 squad has 11 matches (also starting in 2004).
Not many countries do have an U15 squad
Finland, France, Iceland, Italy, Spain, Switzerland don't have an U15 squad
Belgium, Denmark, England, Germany, Irland, Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Scotland, Sweden, Wales do have an U15 squad (and of course Canada and USA).
Is it correct that I think that you are more satisfied with the older version of the NFF website?
Link to the French statistics (not on the official FA website): http://www.statsfootofeminin.fr/selection/liste.php?selection=3
If you click on the name of the player, you will get photo and identity, click on "voir la fiche en
championnat" and you will get not only info on youth teams appearances, but also the complete football
career, I am not sure if the Danish have this!