UEFA U19 European Championship - Women
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Italy down England with Dimarco double - UEFA.com
The set-piece expertise of Federico Dimarco proved the difference in the first UEFA European Under-19 Championship as Italy produced a clinical display to beat England in Mannheim. England won all three Group B games and accordingly began full of ...and more »
How brilliant is 2016 top scorer Ada Hegerberg? - UEFA.com
At only 15, helped Norway to the 2011 UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship final. • Her senior debut came the same year and Hegerberg captured headlines at UEFA Women's EURO 2013, where she scored in the quarter-final defeat of Spain ...and more »
Under-19 final preview: France v Italy - UEFA.com
We've had three targets for this tournament and we've already met two of them [getting out of the group and qualifying for the 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup]. Our third objective is to get this cup. This is an extraordinary chance for this generation ...and more »
Ada Hegerberg voted Best Women's Player in Europe - UEFA.com
Lyon and Norway forward Hegerberg, 21, topped the poll of a jury composed of 20 journalists each committed to supporting women's football, and selected by the European Sports Media Group (ESM). She is the first non-German winner, after Celia Šašić ...and more »
US forward Alex Morgan realises Lyon dream - UEFA.com
OL have won the last ten French titles and are aiming to retain the UEFA Women's Champions League crown as they face Wolfsburg in March's quarter-finals. Capped 120 times by the US, scoring 73 goals, Morgan follows in the footsteps of her victorious ...
About UEFA U19 European Championship - Women
The UEFA Women's Under 19 Championship is a tournament, which takes place every year, and it has two functions. Firstly, it is a football tournament for women, which includes European national teams with players whose ages are below 19. Secondly, it is a competition that enables teams to qualify to the FIFA Under 20 Women's World Cup. The competition is also known as UEFA U-19 Women's Championship. The current champion is Italy.