Facts and figures about the Women’s European Under-19 Championship

Champions (host countries)
2019: France (Scotland)
2018: Spain (Switzerland)
2017: Spain (Northern Ireland)
2016: France (Slovakia)
2015: Sweden (Israel)
2014: Netherlands (Norway)
2013: France (Wales)
2012: Sweden (Turkey)
2011: Germany (Italy)
2010: France (Macedonia)
2009: England (Belarus)
2008: Italy (France)
2007: Germany (Iceland)
2006: Germany (Switzerland)
2005: Russia (Hungary)
2004: Spain (Finland)
2003: France (Germany)
2002: Germany (Sweden)
UEFA European Women’s Under-18 Championship
2001: Germany (Norway)
2000: Germany (France)
1999: Sweden (Sweden)
1998: Denmark (last round against France)

Biggest wins
Qualification stage / 1Verse Tour: Switzerland 23-0 Georgia, 2015/16
Elite Tower / 2And Tour: Spain 11-0 Serbia, 2006/07; Netherlands 11-0 Lithuania, 2010/11
Finals: Germany 9-0 Belarus, 2008/09
Final: Germany 8-1 Norway, 2010/11

Most goals in a match
Qualifiers: Lydia Kulic (Bosnia and Herzegovina) 7 – Moldova, 2008/09; Lena Yakubova (Russia) 7 – Moldova, 2008/09 #
Play-offs: Elena Danilova (Russia) 4 vs Netherlands, 06/05
Final: 4 times 2 goals

Top scorers of the season
2018/19: Siewki Nosken (Germany) 12
2017/18: We have a word (Netherlands) 13
2016/17: Lucia Garcia (Spain) 13
2015/16: Sippy Folkerstma (Netherlands) 11
2014/15: Stena Plaxtenius (Sweden) 20
2013/14: Stena Plaxtenius (Sweden) 12
2012/13: Jovana Damjanovic (Serbia) 14
2011/12: Ellen Robinson (Sweden) 13
2010/11: Melissa Bjansoy (Norway) 13
2009/10: Rebecca Dempster (Scotland) 10
2008/09: Lydia Kolis (Bosnia-Herzegovina) Dzsenifer Marozan (Germany) 10
2007/2008: Kim Kollig (Germany) 12
2006/07: Marie-Laure Delle (France) 12
2005/2006: Elena Danilova (Russia) 17
2004/2005: Elena Danilova (Russia) 15
2003/2004: Anya Maytag (Germany) 12
2002/03: Yulia Kornevitts (Ukraine) 9
2001/2002: Nicole Jasman (Switzerland) Susan Grant (Scotland) 8

The best scorers in the final stage
2018/19: Melvin Mallard (France).
2017/18: Olga Carmona (Spain), Dagan Hashemi (Denmark), Paulina Krumpigel (Germany), Alicia Lehmann (Switzerland), Andrea Norheim (Norway), Geraldine Rutler (Switzerland), Lynne Willems (Netherlands) 2
2016/17: Patricia Guigaro (Spain) 5
2015/2016: Marie Antoinette Catuto (France) 6
2014/15: Stena Plaxtenius (Sweden) 6
2013/14: Vivian Miedema (Netherlands) 6
2012/13: Pauline Bremer (Germany) 6
2011/12: Ellen Robinson (Sweden) 5
2010/11: Melissa Bjansoy (Norway) 7
2009/10: Lake Martins (Netherlands) and Tadrid Knack (Germany) 4
2008/09: Sofia Jacobson (Sweden) 5
2007/2008: Marie Pullman (Germany) 4
2006/07: Marie-Laure Delle (France), Vandis Fredriksdottir (Iceland), Ellen White (England) 3
2005/2006: Elena Danilova (Russia) 7
2004/2005: Elena Danilova (Russia) 9
2003/2004: Anya Maytag (Germany) 6
2002/03: Shelley Thompson (Germany) 4
2001-2002: Claire Morell (France) Barbara Muller (Germany) 4

Best scorer ever
In the final stage:
Elena Danilova (Russia) 17
Marie-Laure Delle (France) 9
Tony Duggan (England) 9
Stena Plaxtenius (Sweden) 8

Qualifications include:
Elena Danilova (Russia) 33
Stena Plastius (Sweden) 32
Agnese Rico (Italy) 23
Isabel Kirchowski (Germany) 22
Ellen Robinson (Sweden) 21
Elena Terekova (Russia) 21

Played matches (all time)
In the final stage:
Nadjari Garcia (Spain) 15
Nuria Garrot (Spain) 14
Isabel Kirchowski (Germany) 14

Qualifications include:
Martina Moser (Switzerland) 32
Jordan Nobbs (England) 31
Elena Terekova (Russia) 31
Ksenia Tsiputovich (Russia) 31
Elena Morozova (Russia) 30
Elvira Todwa (Russia) 30

Attendance records
Qualifiers: Germany-Finland, Ludwigshafen, 1999/2000, 6,002
Final Tournament: The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia – Spain, Skopje, 2010, 8000
Final: Sweden-England, Borisov 2009, 4500

diverse
Number of consecutive victories in the European Women’s Under-19 Championship: 22 – Germany (07/13/2006 to 07/07/2008).

Women’s appearance at the UEFA European Under-19 Championship
17 Germany *
16 France *
15 Spain*
14 England*, Norway*
10 Sweden *
9 Holland
8 Italy*, Switzerland
7 Denmark
6 Scotland
4 Belgium, Russia
2 Iceland, Finland
1 Austria, Belarus, Czech Republic*, Hungary, Israel, North Macedonia, Northern Ireland, Portugal, Poland, Republic of Ireland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Turkey, Wales

* To be released in 2021/202

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