UEFA U19 European Championship - Women
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Vilda in as Quereda ends 27-year Spain reign - News - UEFA.com
... women's team in 1988. • After starting with a 1-0 loss to Belgium, Quereda needed nine matches and more than three years to register a first win, 1-0 in the Republic of Ireland in March 1992. • Spain's 17-0 thrashing of Slovenia in 1995 UEFA ...
Spain v Sweden final: All you need to know - News - UEFA.com
I had Spain as pre-tournament favourites so I'm not surprised they are here with us. My team are similar in many ways to the side in 2012. This side show even more passion for the game, they want to get involved; three years ago we were a bit better at ...
Sweden through to semis after beating Denmark - News - UEFA.com
It was the game's first shot on target and there was only one after as Sweden booked a last-four spot and with it a place at the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup; Denmark are out. The first half was especially taut, with Denmark in particular defending ...
Under-19 final preview: Spain v Russia - News - UEFA.com
Georgi Melkadze was in the Russia side that drew 1-1 with Spain in the 2013/14 UEFA European Under-17 Championship elite round, Jorge Meré playing for Spain with Aaron Caricol an unused substitute. Neither side reached the finals, however, Russia ...
France through after winning 'Netanya derby' - News - UEFA.com
Les Bleuettes are through to the semi-finals after a comfortable win in front of a strangely bipartisan crowd in Netanya. by Laure James. from Netanya Stadium. Email. Print .... France eased through to the WU19 EURO semi-finals with a game to spare ...
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.