Facts and figures

Published: Monday 1 March 2010, 12.38CET
The records, statistics and facts from nine seasons of UEFA European Under-17 Championship action.
Facts and figures
A few of the 24,000 people that broke the attendance record at the 2008/09 final in Magdeburg, Germany ©Getty Images
Published: Monday 1 March 2010, 12.38CET

Facts and figures

The records, statistics and facts from nine seasons of UEFA European Under-17 Championship action.

Records apply for the UEFA European Under-17 Championship (2001/02 onwards) only.

Champions (hosts)
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)

Biggest wins
Pre-2002 qualifying round: Czech Republic 7-0 Luxembourg, Switzerland 7-0 Faroe Islands, 2001/02
Post-2002 qualifying round: Belarus 12-0 Liechtenstein, 2010/11
Elite round: France 7-0 Wales, 2002/03
Final tournament: Denmark 6-0 Finland, 2001/02; Luxembourg 1-7 Spain, 2005/06

Individual match goalscoring
Qualifying: Nikola Kalinić (Croatia) 5 v Andorra, 2004/05; Fabian Himcinschi (Romania) 5 v Liechtenstein, 2010/11
Final tournament: Morten Rasmussen (Denmark) 5 v Finland, 2001/02

Season top scorers
2009/10: Paco Alcácer (Spain) 14
2008/09: Muhammet Demir (Turkey) 7
2007/08: Danijel Aleksić (Serbia), Geoffrey Castillion (Netherlands) 9
2006/07: Toni Kroos (Germany), Vitali Rushnitski (Belarus), Kolbein Sigthórsson (Iceland) 7
2005/06: Manuel Fischer (Germany) 13
2004/05: Nikola Kalinić (Croatia) 11
2003/04: Fausto Lourenço (Portugal) 8
2002/03: David Rodríguez (Spain) 9
2001/02: Collins John (Netherlands), Simon Vukčević (Yugoslavia) 8

Finals top scorers
2009/10: Paco Alcácer (Spain) 6
2008/09: Luc Castaignos (Netherlands), Lennart Thy (Germany) 3
2007/08: Yannis Tafer (France) 4
2006/07: Toni Kroos (Germany), Victor Moses (England) 3
2005/06: Manuel Fischer (Germany), Bojan Krkić (Spain), Tomáš Necid (Czech Republic) 5
2004/05: Tevfik Köse (Turkey) 6
2003/04: Hatem Ben Arfa (France), Bruno Gama (Portugal), Shane Paul (England), Marc Pedraza (Spain) 3
2002/03: David Rodríguez (Spain) 6
2001/02: Jonathan Soriano (Spain) 7

All time (final tournaments)
Bojan Krkić (Spain) 7
David Rodríguez (Spain) 7
Jonathan Soriano (Spain) 7

All time (including qualifying)
Paco Alcácer (Spain) 14
Manuel Fischer (Germany) 13
Vaclav Kadlec (Czech Republic) 11
Nikola Kalinić (Croatia) 11
Toni Kroos (Germany) 11
Krisztián Németh (Hungary) 11

2009/10 qualifying top scorers
Qualifying round: Suso (Spain) 5
Elite round: Paco Alcácer (Spain), Dimitrios Diamantakos (Greece) 4
Overall: Paco Alcácer (Spain) 8

Highest attendances
Qualifying round: Belarus v Portugal, Minsk 2004/05, 12,500
Elite round: England v Northern Ireland, Wolverhampton, 2004/05, 8,261
Final tournament: Netherlands v Germany, Magdeburg, 2008/09 final, 24,000

2009/10 Highest attendances
Qualifying round: Czech Republic v Switzerland, Molodechno (Belarus), 3,100
Elite round: Switzerland v Serbia, Zofingen, 1,500
Final tournament: Spain v England, Vaduz, 3,990

Final tournament appearances (max 9)
8 Spain*
7 England*
6 France*
5 Netherlands, Switzerland*, Turkey*
4 Germany, Portugal*
3 Czech Republic*, Hungary, Italy, Serbia (inc Yugoslavia/Serbia and Montenegro), Ukraine
2 Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Israel
1 Belarus, Croatia, Finland, Georgia, Greece*, Iceland, Luxembourg, Moldova, Northern Ireland, Poland, Republic of Ireland, Russia, Scotland

*Competed in 2010 finals

Last updated: 23/09/10 16.58CET