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UEFA U19 ( 2015-16)
« on: October 23, 2014, 02:23:45 PM »
The 2015/16 qualifying round draw is streamed live from 10.15CET on 19 November with 44 of the 47 entrants beginning their bids to join hosts Slovakia in the finals.


The 2015/16 UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship qualifying round draw in Nyon will be streamed live on UEFA.com from 10.15CET on Wednesday 19 November, with 44 of the 47 entrants involved.

While hosts Slovakia qualify directly for the final tournament, provisionally in July 2016, the two nations with the highest rating on the coefficient ranking list (based on results from 2011/12 to 2013/14) receive a bye to the elite round that April: England and Spain the holders. The remaining 44 entrants will be in the qualifying round where they will be split into 11 groups of four.

There are four seeding pots according to the coefficient ranking list, with the 11 countries with the highest rating in Pot A, the next 11 in Pot B, and so on. Each group will include one team from each pot, with hosts then appointed to stage the mini-tournaments, provisionally scheduled between 15 and 20 September 2015.

The top two teams in each group will join England and Spain in the elite round. Seven teams will eventually qualify for the finals to join Slovakia.

DRAW PROCEDURE

Seeding pots

Pot A: Sweden, France, Germany, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Scotland, Republic of Ireland, Netherlands, Switzerland

Pot B: Portugal, Czech Republic, Serbia, Romania, Italy, Austria, Iceland, Russia*, Northern Ireland, Wales, Poland

Pot C: Turkey, Ukraine*, Hungary, Greece, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, FYR Macedonia, Cyprus, Belarus, Estonia

Pot D: Faroe Islands, Bulgaria, Azerbaijan, Moldova, Latvia, Lithuania, Israel, Kazakhstan, Montenegro, Georgia, Albania

* Based on previous decisions of the UEFA Executive Committee and UEFA Emergency Panel, Russia and Ukraine cannot be drawn in the same group.

Bye to elite round: England, Spain

Bye to final tournament: Slovakia (hosts)


http://www.uefa.com/womensunder19/news/newsid=2170966.html

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Slovakia the target following qualifying draw
« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2014, 01:27:23 PM »
Winners in 2013 and 2014 respectively, France and the Netherlands will strive to join England and Spain in the elite round following the draw for the 2015/16 UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship, with the finals to be staged in Slovakia.

The mini-tournaments are provisionally scheduled for between 15 and 20 September 2015. The top two in each group advance to the elite round, provisionally 5-10 April 2016. Seven teams will eventually qualify for the finals to join Slovakia.

Qualifying round draw
Group 1: Switzerland, Iceland, Greece, Georgia

Group 2: France, Czech Republic, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Faroe Islands

Group 3: Belgium, Wales, Croatia, Azerbaijan

Group 4: Finland, Poland, Turkey, Lithuania

Group 5: Germany, Serbia, Hungary, Kazakhstan

Group 6: Sweden, Northern Ireland, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro

Group 7: Netherlands, Italy, Cyprus, Moldova

Group 8: Norway, Portugal, Estonia, Israel

Group 9: Denmark, Romania, Belarus, Latvia

Group 10: Republic of Ireland, Russia, Slovenia, Bulgaria

Group 11: Scotland, Austria, Ukraine, Albania

(hosts and dates tbc)

Bye to elite round: England, Spain

Bye to finals: Slovakia (hosts)

Provisional season calendar
Qualifying round: 15-20 September 2015
Elite round draw: 10 December 2015
Elite round: 5-10 April 2016
Finals: 19-31 July 2016

http://www.uefa.com/womensunder19/news/newsid=2181110.html

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Re: UEFA U19 ( 2015-16)
« Reply #2 on: August 26, 2015, 11:25:42 AM »
Just 50 days after clinching their second title, Sweden will begin their defence in the qualifying round as the road to Slovakia gets under way.

Calle Barrling's side will travel to FYR Macedonia in seven weeks' time for matches with the hosts, Northern Ireland and Montenegro in Group 6. Ten of the squad of 18 that helped see off Spain in Netanya will still be eligible.

The holders are one of six of this summer's finalists that will return to to action for the mini-tournaments that take place between 15 and 20 September. Two of them will meet in Group 8, with Israel given a tough task to maintain their momentum after a breakthrough tournament as they take on Norway, Portugal and Estonia.

The top two in each group advance to the elite round, provisionally dated 5-10 April 2016, where top seeds Spain, runners-up for the third time in four years this season, and England await having been given a bye through the qualifying round. Seven teams will eventually qualify for the finals to join Slovakia at the end of next July.




Qualifying round lineup
Group 1: Switzerland*, Iceland, Greece, Georgia

Group 2: France, Czech Republic, Bosnia and Herzegovina*, Faroe Islands

Group 3: Belgium, Wales*, Croatia, Azerbaijan

Group 4: Finland*, Poland, Turkey, Lithuania

Group 5: Germany, Serbia, Hungary*, Kazakhstan

Group 6: Sweden, Northern Ireland, FYR Macedonia*, Montenegro

Group 7: Netherlands*, Italy, Cyprus, Moldova

Group 8: Norway, Portugal*, Estonia, Israel

Group 9: Denmark, Romania, Belarus*, Latvia

Group 10: Republic of Ireland, Russia, Slovenia*, Bulgaria

Group 11: Scotland, Austria*, Ukraine, Albania

*Hosts / Played in 2015 finals

Bye to elite round: England, Spain
Bye to finals: Slovakia (hosts)

Provisional season calendar

Qualifying round: 15-20 September 2015
Elite round draw: 10 December 2015
Elite round: 5-10 April 2016
Finals: 19-31 July 2016

http://www.uefa.com/womensunder19/news/newsid=2267387.html

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Swiss lead way as qualifying round concludes
« Reply #3 on: September 21, 2015, 09:39:27 AM »
Switzerland scored 32 goals across their three Group 1 games as they led 22 teams – including France, Germany and Sweden – into the elite round as the qualifying round concluded on Sunday.  

• Group winners: Switzerland, France, Azerbaijan, Finland, Germany, Sweden, Netherlands, Norway, Denmark, Russia, Scotland
• Runners-up: Greece, Czech Republic, Belgium, Poland, Hungary, Northern Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Belarus, Republic of Ireland, Austria
• Bye to elite round: England, Spain

Facts and figures

• Switzerland beat Georgia 23-0 on matchday two, breaking the previous qualifying record of 21-0.
• Switzerland hit the woodwork six times in their 7-0 win v Greece on matchday one.
• Top scorer: Julia Glaser (SUI), Marina Fedorova (RUS), Heidi Kollanen (FIN) – 7
• Twelve teams sealed progress on matchday two: Czech Republic, France, Poland, Finland, Sweden, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Austria, Scotland.

Elite round draw

The draw will be held at UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland on Friday 13 November. The WU19 EURO qualifying round draw for 2016/17 will also be made, together with the corresponding draws for the WU17 EURO. Timings will be confirmed soon.

http://www.uefa.com/womensunder19/news/newsid=2283766.html

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Stage set for WU19 EURO elite round draw
« Reply #4 on: September 21, 2015, 09:40:44 AM »
The lineup for the WU19 EURO elite round draw has been confirmed, with 22 teams joining top seeds England and Spain in the pots on Friday 13 November.

Who is in it?
• Over the past six days, 22 teams have advanced from the qualifying round.
Group winners: Switzerland, France, Azerbaijan, Finland, Germany, Sweden, Netherlands, Norway, Denmark, Russia, Scotland
Runners-up: Greece, Czech Republic, Belgium, Poland, Hungary, Northern Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Belarus, Republic of Ireland, Austria


• England and Spain received a bye to elite round as the two nations with the highest rating on the coefficient ranking list (based on results from 2011/12 to 2013/14)

When does the draw take place?

• The draw will be held at UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland on Friday 13 November. The WU19 EURO qualifying round draw for 2016/17 will also be made, together with the corresponding draws for the WU17 EURO. Timings will be confirmed soon.


Draw procedure

• Teams are split into four seeding pots based on qualifying round results, with England and Spain in Pot 1.

• The sides are drawn into six groups of four teams. No country can meet a nation they played in the qualifying round.

• Games take place on 5, 7, 10 April. The six group winners and the runner-up with the best record against the teams first and third in their pool qualify to join hosts Slovakia in the finals from 19 to 31 July 2016.

http://www.uefa.com/womensunder19/news/newsid=2283101.html

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Re: UEFA U19 ( 2015-16)
« Reply #5 on: April 14, 2016, 09:20:42 PM »
WU19 EURO lineup complete as elite round ends
Published: Monday 11 April 2016, 9.27CET

Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Spain, France, Switzerland and Norway will all join hosts Slovakia in the UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship finals in July after qualifying drew to a close on Sunday.

Seven spots were up for grabs for the six qualifying group winners and the best runners-up, with Norway going through despite finishing second behind Switzerland in Group 6.

The best runners-up were determined by each second-placed side's record against the teams that finished first and third in their section – which meant that holders Sweden, runners-up in Group 2, missed out on a finals berth.

Finals lineup
Slovakia (hosts)
Germany (Group 1 winners)
Austria (Group 2 winners)
Netherlands (Group 3 winners)
Spain (Group 4 winners)
France (Group 5 winners)
Switzerland (Group 6 winners)
Norway (best runners-up)

Final standings - http://www.uefa.com/womensunder19/season=2016/standings/index.html

Competition records and statistics - http://www.uefa.com/womensunder19/season=2016/finals/factsfigures/index.html

Final tournament draw
The final tournament draw takes place at 10.00CET on Tuesday 24 May in Bratislava. The teams will be drawn into two groups of four, playing matches on 19, 22 and 25 July. The top two progress to the semi-finals on 28 July, with the final scheduled three days later.

Facts
• Germany have qualified for ther 13th time in 15 U19 final tournaments.
• Slovakia are competing in their first women's final tournament at any level. Austria have also qualified for their first Women's U19 finals.