Germany, France, Spain and the Netherlands in the semi-finals of the FIFA U-17 Women’s Championship 2022

The semi-finals of the European Under-17 Women’s Football Championship will be held in Bosnia and Herzegovina on Thursday. Three of the four teams that reached this stage in the last edition of 2019 are present again, with defending champions Germany, Spain and the Netherlands.

a program

semi final

Thursday 12 May
DF1: Germany – France (2 pm in Zenica or 8 pm in Sarajevo)
DF2: Spain – Netherlands (2 pm in Zenica or 8 pm in Sarajevo)

FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup:

Sunday 15 May
Defeat DF1 – Defeat DF2 (2 pm, Zenica)

ultimate:

Sunday 15 May
DF1 Winners – Winners 2 (8pm, Sarajevo)

All times are CET

We bring you the four teams that will compete for places in Sunday’s final in Sarajevo as well as tickets for the 2022 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup from 11-30 October in India. The European third place in the global competition will determine a play-off between the two teams who lost in the semi-finals on Sunday in Zenica.

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Germany – France

Previous matches in the finals

2016/17 Group Stage: Germany 3-1 France
2013/2014 Group Stage: Germany 4-0 France
2011/12, Final: Germany 1-1 France (4-3 pens)
2010/11, semi-finals: Germany 2-2 France (5-6 pens)
2008/09 semi-finals: Germany 4-1 France
2007/2008 Final: Germany 3-0 France

Germany (holders)


In two minutes, Germany 2-0 Holland

round 1: Group A4, winner (4-0 against Bosnia and Herzegovina, 3-1 against Portugal, 5-0 against Finland).
Round 2: Group A5, winner (4-0 against Kosovo, 2-1 against Slovenia, 3-2 against Austria).
group stage : Group A, winner (2-0 against Denmark, 2-0 against the Netherlands, 2-0 against Bosnia and Herzegovina).
The scorers in the final stage : Mara Alber, Paulina Blattner 2
Top scorer qualifications : Paulina Blattner, Marie Steiner 5
Best result in competition
: Winners x 7 (2007/08, 2008/09, 2011/12, 2013/14, 2015/16, 2016/17, 2018/19)
Advance to the semi-finals : 8 qualifications, 3 eliminations(s)

France

In two minutes, France 1-0 Norway

In two minutes, France 1-0 Norway

round 1Group A3, runner-up (2-2 against Sweden, 4-0 against Wales, 3-0 against Italy).
Round 2: Group A6, winner (2-1 against England, 5-0 against Croatia, 6-1 against Poland).
group stage
: Group B, runner-up (2-0 against Finland, 1-0 against Norway, 0-3 against Spain).
The scorers in the final stage
: Lucy Kalpa, Shanna Chocinot, Lauren Oelek 1
Top scorer qualifications
: Shana Chosinot, Julie Swirot 5
Best result in competition
: Final (2007/08, 2010/11, 2011/12)
Advance to the semi-finals : 3 qualifications, 1 disqualification(s)

Spain – Netherlands

Previous matches in the finals

2018/19 semi-finals: Spain 1-3 Netherlands
2016/17 semi-finals: Spain 2-0 Netherlands
2009/10 semi-finals: Spain 3-0 Netherlands

Spain

In two minutes, Spain 4-0 Finland

In two minutes, Spain 4-0 Finland

round 1: Group G, winner (3-0 against Northern Ireland, 4-0 against Iceland, 2-1 against Serbia).
Round 2: Group A2, winner (6-0 against Hungary, 2-0 against Czech Republic).
group stage
: Group B, winner (4-0 against Norway, 4-0 against Finland, 3-0 against France).
The scorers in the final stage
: John Amizaga, Carla Camacho, Lucia Corrales 2
Top scorer qualifications
:
Carla Camacho 7
Best result in competition
: Winners x 4 (2009/10, 2010/11, 2014/15, 2017/18)
Advance to the semi-finals : 8 qualifications, 2 disqualification(s)

Holland

Bosnia and Herzegovina 0-8 Netherlands

Bosnia and Herzegovina 0-8 Netherlands

round 1: Group A2, winner (3-0 vs Slovenia, 1-1 vs Czech Republic).
Round 2Group A7, winner (11-0 against Montenegro, 3-1 against Italy, 3-0 against Portugal).
group stage Group A, runner-up (8-0 against Bosnia and Herzegovina, 0-2 against Germany, 1-1 against Denmark).
The best scorer in the final stage : Vicki Croese 3
Top scorer qualifications
: Hanna Huizinga 10
Best result in the competition
: Final (2018/19)
Advance to the semi-finals : 1 qualification(s), 2 eliminations

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