Same as previous editions held in odd-numbered years, the tournament acted as the UEFA qualifiers for the FIFA U-17 World Cup. The top five teams of the tournament qualified for the 2019 FIFA U-17 World Cup in Brazil as the UEFA representatives. In the final, defending champions Netherlands defeated Italy 4–2 to win their fourth title.
All times are local, IST (UTC+1). Group A Qualification Knockout stage +2 −5 Group B −6 Group C −2 −3 Group D Knockout stage In the knockout stage, penalty shoot-out is used to decide the winner if necessary (no extra time is played).  Bracket Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal 12 May – Bray Belgium016 May – UCD Netherlands3 Netherlands113 May – UCD Spain0 Hungary1 (4)19 May – Tallaght Spain1 (5) Netherlands412 May – Tallaght Italy2 France616 May – Tallaght Czech Republic1 France113 May – Tolka Italy2 World Cup play-off Italy116 May – Tolka Portugal0 Hungary1 (5) Belgium1 (4) Quarter-finals Winners qualify for 2019 FIFA U-17 World Cup.
The Republic of Ireland, which was selected by UEFA on 9 December 2016, hosted the tournament.  A total of 16 teams played in the tournament, with players born on or after 1 January 2002 eligible to participate. Starting from this season, up to five substitutions were permitted per team in each match.  Moreover, each match has a regular duration of 90 minutes, instead of 80 minutes in previous seasons.
2019 UEFA European Under-17 Championship - Wikipedia2019 UEFA European Under-17 ChampionshipCraobhchomórtais Sacair na hEorpa faoi 17 mbliana 2019Tournament detailsHost countryRepublic of IrelandDates3–19 MayTeams16 (from 1 confederation)Venue(s)7 (in 4 host cities)Final positionsChampions Netherlands (4th title)Runners-up ItalyTournament statisticsMatches played32Goals scored104 (3. 25 per match)Top scorer(s) Adil Aouchiche(9 goals)← 2018 2020 2021 2022 → The 2019 UEFA European Under-17 Championship (also known as UEFA Under-17 Euro 2019) was the 18th edition of the UEFA European Under-17 Championship (37th edition if the Under-16 era is also included), the annual international youth football championship organised by UEFA for the men's under-17 national teams of Europe.
(H) Host Venues The tournament was hosted in seven venues: Dublin Dublin (see below) Longford Waterford Bray Tallaght Stadium City Calling Stadium Capacity: 8, 183 Capacity: 4, 960 4 group matches, 1 quarter-final, 1 semi-final, final 4 group matches Tolka Park UCD Bowl Whitehall Stadium Waterford Regional Sports Centre Carlisle Grounds Capacity: 5, 500 Capacity: 4, 000 2 group matches, 1 quarter-final Capacity: 5, 000 Capacity: 3, 000 Capacity: 2, 500 2 group matches, 1 quarter-final, FIFA Play-Off 4 group matches, 1 quarter-final, 1 semi-final Match officials A total of 8 referees, 12 assistant referees and 4 fourth officials were appointed for the final tournament.  Squads Each national team have to submit a squad of 20 players (Regulations Article 38).  Group stage The final tournament schedule was announced on 11 April 2019.
06): Position in the group stage (i. e., group winners ahead of group runners-up); Results in the group stage (i. e., points, goal difference, goals scored); Results in the quarter-finals (i. e., points, goal difference, goals scored); Disciplinary points in the group stage and quarter-finals combined; C1 FIFA U-17 World Cup play-off A1 C2 A2 FIFA U-17 World Cup play-off Winner qualifies for 2019 FIFA U-17 World Cup. Semi-finals Final Goalscorers There were 104 goals scored in 32 matches, for an average of 3. 25 goals per match.
 The 16 teams were drawn into four groups of four teams. The hosts Republic of Ireland were assigned to position A1 in the draw, while the other teams were seeded according to their results in the qualification elite round. The seven best elite round group winners (counting all elite round results) were placed in Pot 1 and drawn to positions 1 and 2 in the groups, and the remaining eight teams (the eighth-best elite round group winner and the seven elite round group runners-up) were placed in Pot 2 and drawn to positions 3 and 4 in the groups. Pos Grp Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Seeding 1 — Republic of Ireland (H) 0 Host (A1) 2 3 12 +10 9 Pot 1 +8 4 7 8 +6 5 6 +4 Pot 2 10 +3 11 +1 13 14 15 16 −1 Source: UEFARules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) goals scored; 4) disciplinary points; 5) coefficient; 6) drawing of lots.
 Qualification All 55 UEFA nations entered the competition, and with the hosts Republic of Ireland qualifying automatically, the other 54 teams competed in the qualifying competition to determine the remaining 15 spots in the final tournament.  The qualifying competition consisted of two rounds: Qualifying round, which took place in autumn 2018, and Elite round, which took place in spring 2019.  Qualified teams The following teams qualified for the final tournament.  Note: All appearance statistics include only U-17 era (since 2002). Team Method of qualification Appearance Last appearance Previous best performance Republic of Ireland Hosts 5th 2018 (quarter-finals) Quarter-finals (2017, 2018) Italy Elite round Group 1 winners 9th 2018 (runners-up) Runners-up (2013, 2018) Austria Elite round Group 1 runners-up[^] 6th 2016 (quarter-finals) Third place (2003) Netherlands Elite round Group 2 winners 13th 2018 (champions) Champions (2011, 2012, 2018) Czech Republic Elite round Group 2 runners-up[^] 2015 (group stage) Runners-up (2006) England Elite round Group 3 winners 14th 2018 (semi-finals) Champions (2010, 2014) Iceland Elite round Group 4 winners 3rd 2012 (group stage) Group stage (2007, 2012) Germany Elite round Group 4 runners-up[^] 12th 2018 (group stage) Champions (2009) Spain Elite round Group 5 winners Champions (2007, 2008, 2017) Greece Elite round Group 5 runners-up[^] Group stage (2010, 2015) Portugal Elite round Group 6 winners 8th Champions (2003, 2016) Russia Elite round Group 6 runners-up[^] 4th 2015 (semi-finals) Champions (2006, 2013) Belgium Elite round Group 7 winners 7th Semi-finals (2007, 2015, 2018) Hungary Elite round Group 7 runners-up[^] 2017 (quarter-finals) Quarter-finals (2017) France Elite round Group 8 winners Champions (2004, 2015) Sweden Elite round Group 8 runners-up[^] Semi-finals (2013) Notes Final draw The final draw was held on 4 April 2019, 18:30 IST (UTC+1), at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, Republic of Ireland.
The two best losing quarter-finalists enter the FIFA U-17 World Cup play-off. Ranking of losing quarter-finalists To determine the two best losing quarter-finalists which enter the FIFA U-17 World Cup play-off, the losing quarter-finalists are ranked by the following criteria (Regulations Article 16.
Bosnia and Herzegovina Football Federation - NFSBiH The U-17 women's national team did its preparations in Zenica. 17 October 2022. We are preparing in a great atmosphere, expecting a good result in