France’s return to the top of Euro 17: in a nutshell

Contest Summary

Winners: France
Second place: Holland
The semi-finalists: Portugal, Serbia

scorers

Watch France win the European Under-17 Cup

Joan Milosevic (Serbia) 5
Khurdel Ganga (Sweden) 4
Afonso Moreira (Portugal) 4
Jason Van Doan (Netherlands) 3
Joao Veloso (Portugal) 3
Matisse Tal (France) 3
Nelson Weber (Germany) 3

Including eligibility

Dejan Bejnovic (Germany) 12
Joan Milosevic (Serbia) 10
Mateja Bobang (Serbia) 8
Jose Rodriguez (Portugal) 8

Posts

  • The Netherlands reached the U-17 European Championship final for the eighth time, having shared the U-17 record (seven since 2002) with Spain in seven finals.
  • Soyal Compete’s two goals made him the ninth different French player to score in the final, one more than the previous record set by Germany in 2017 and equaled by the Netherlands in 2019.
  • The Netherlands equaled the Spanish record with ten matches after the semi-finals of the 2002 European Under-17 Championship.
  • The Netherlands and Spain equaled England’s record of 14 after qualifying for the 2002 European Under-17 Championship.
  • Spain qualified for the 29th time, notably losing the previous U-16 Championship (1982-2001).

All results/highlights

Team Status

Match day 1

HIGHLIGHTS: Scotland 1-5 Portugal

Monday May 16
Group A: Italy 2-3 Germany (Nice-Siona)
Group B: France 6-1 Poland (Ramat Khan)
Group A: Israel 3-0 Luxembourg (Rishon LeZion)
Group B: Bulgaria 1-3 Netherlands (Load)

Tuesday 17 May
Group C: Serbia 1-1 Belgium (Rishon LeZion).
Group D: Denmark 1-2 Sweden (Ramat Khan)
Group C: Turkey 0-2 Spain (Nice-Siona)
Group D: Scotland 1-5 Portugal (Download)

Match day 2

Summary: Portugal 4-2 Sweden

Thursday 19 May
Group A: Germany 3-0 Luxembourg (Rishon LeZion).
Group B: Netherlands 2-1 Poland (Charger)
Group A: Israel 0-1 Italy (Nice-Siona)
Group B: France 4-0 Bulgaria (Ramat Khan)

Friday 20 May
Group C: Serbia 2-1 Turkey (Rishon LeZion)
Group D: Denmark 3-1 Scotland (Ramat Khan)
Group C: Spain 2-0 Belgium (Nice Siona)
Group D: Portugal 4-2 Sweden (Charger)

Match Day 3

Summary: Netherlands 3-1 France

Sunday May 22
Group B: Netherlands 3-1 France (Richon LeZion)
Group B: Poland 1-1 Bulgaria (Nice-Siona)
Group A: Luxembourg 0-1 Italy (Ramat Khan)
Group A: Germany 3-0 Israel (Load)

Monday 23 May
Group C: Spain 1-1 Serbia (Rishon LeZion)
Group C: Belgium 3-1 Turkey (Nice-Siona)
Group D: Portugal 1-3 Denmark (Ramat Khan)
Group D: Sweden 1-0 Scotland (Charger)

Knockout Theater

Quarter-finals

Highlights: Spain 1-2 Portugal

Wednesday 25 May
Germany 1-1, 3-4 Benz France (Richon LeZion)
Netherlands 2-1 Italy (Netanya)

Thursday 26 May
Denmark 1-2 Serbia (Nice Siona)
Spain 1-2 Portugal (Netanya)

semi-finals

Sunday May 29
France 2-2, 6-5 Benz Portugal (Netanya)
Netherlands 2-2, 5-3 Benz Serbia (Netanya)

ultimate

Finals: France 2-1 Netherlands

Wednesday 1 June
France 2-1 Netherlands (Netanya)

respect roll

Under 17 years old

2022: France (host country: Israel)
2019: Netherlands (Republic of Ireland)
2018: Netherlands (England)
2017: Spain (Croatia)
2016: Portugal (Azerbaijan)
2015: France (Bulgaria)
2014: England (Malta)
2013: Russia (Slovakia)
2012: Netherlands (Slovenia)
2011: Netherlands (Serbia)
2010: England (Liechtenstein)
2009: Germany (Germany)
2008: Spain (Turkey)
2007: Spain (Belgium)
2006: Russia (Luxembourg)
2005: Turkey (Italy)
2004: France (France)
2003: Portugal (Portugal)
2002: Switzerland (Denmark)

Under 16 years old

2001: Spain (hosts: England)
2000: Portugal (Israel)
1999: Spain (Czech Republic)
1998: Republic of Ireland (Scotland)
1997: Spain (Germany)
1996: Portugal (Austria)
1995: Portugal (Belgium)
1994: Turkey (Republic of Ireland)
1993: Poland (Turkey)
1992: Germany (Cyprus)
1991: Spain (Switzerland)
1990: Czechoslovakia (East Germany)
1989: Portugal (Denmark)
1988: Spain (Spain)
1987: No Prize (France) – Italy ineligible for disqualification
1986: Spain (Greece)
1985: Soviet Union (Hungary)
1984: West Germany (West Germany)
1982: Italy (Italy)

Subtitles (under 17 years old only)

Check out the top 5 goals of the UEFA European Under-17 Championship 2019

Netherlands 4
France 3
Spain 3
England 2
Portugal 2
Russia 2
Germany 1
Switzerland 1
Turkey 1

Subtitles (U17 & U16)

Spain 9
Portugal 6
Netherlands 4
France 3
Germany 3 (including West Germany)
Russia 3 (including the Soviet Union)
England 2
Turkey 2
CZ 1
Italy 1
Poland 1
Republic of Ireland 1
Switzerland 1

Final Entries (under 17 years old only)

Holland 8
Spain 7
France 5
England 4
Germany 4
Italy 3
Portugal 2
Russia 2
Czech Republic 1
Switzerland 1
Turkey 1

Final Entries (Under 17 and Under 16)

Spain 15
Germany 8 (including West Germany)
Holland 8
France Seven
Italy 7
Portugal 7
Russia 5 (including the Soviet Union)
England 4
Czech Republic 3 (including Czechoslovakia)
Poland 2
Turkey 2
Austria 1
Denmark 1
East Germany 1
Greece 1
Republic of Ireland 1
Switzerland 1
Yugoslavia 1

Semi-finalists (U17 only)

HIGHLIGHTS: France 2-2 Portugal (6-5 tabs)

Holland 11
Spain 10
England 9
France 8
Germany 7
Italy 5
Portugal 5
Turkey 4
Belgium 3
Russia 3
Switzerland 2
Austria 1
Croatia 1
Czech Republic 1
Denmark 1
Georgia 1
Poland 1
Scotland 1
Serbia 1
Slovakia 1
Sweden 1

Semi-final appearances (U-17 and U-16)

HIGHLIGHTS: Netherlands 2-2 Serbia (5-3 tabs)

Spain 21
France 15th
Germany 15 (including West Germany)
Portugal 13
England 11
Holland 11
Italy 10
Russia 7 (including the Soviet Union)
Turkey 6
Czech Republic 5 (including Czechoslovakia)
East Germany 4
Greece 4
Poland 4
Serbia 4 (including Yugoslavia)
Austria 3
Belgium 3
Switzerland 3
Croatia 2
Denmark 2
Finland 1
Georgia 1
Israel 1
Republic of Ireland 1
Scotland 1
Slovakia 1
Sweden 1
Ukraine 1

thick Includes the 2022 Class Finals. Does not include Italy’s 1987 numbers. No matches were played in 1983, 2020 and 2021.

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