#WU19EURO 2019 in Scotland: all you need to know

Scotland are hosting the finals with eight contenders also aiming for a 2020 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup spot.

Scotland v France
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The 2018/19 UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship finals are being played in Scotland until 28 July, with the draw made in Glasgow on 16 April. The finals will act as UEFA's qualifier for the 2020 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup.

Group A: Scotland (hosts), Netherlands, Norway, France

Group B: England, Belgium, Spain (holders), Germany

Group stage

Tuesday 16 July:
Group A
Norway 0-5 Netherlands: Firhill Stadium, Glasgow – highlights
Scotland 1-2 France: Saint Mirren Park, Paisley – highlights
Group B
Spain 2-0 Belgium: Forthbank, Stirling – highlights
England 1-2 Germany: McDiarmid Park, Perth – highlights

Friday 19 July:
Group A
Netherlands v France: 17:00, Saint Mirren Park, Paisley
Scotland v Norway: 19:15, Firhill Stadium, Glasgow
Group B
England v Spain: 17:00, Forthbank, Stirling
Belgium v Germany: 20:30, McDiarmid Park, Perth

Monday 22 July:
Group A
Netherlands v Scotland: 19:15, Saint Mirren Park, Paisley
France v Norway: 19:15, Firhill Stadium, Glasgow
Group B
Germany v Spain: 17:00, Forthbank, Stirling
Belgium v England: 17:00, McDiarmid Park, Perth

Knockout phase

Thursday 25 July:
Semi-finals
17:00, Firhill Stadium, Glasgow
20:30, Saint Mirren Park, Paisley

Sunday 28 July:
Final
17:00, Saint Mirren Park, Paisley

  • In the semi-finals, the winner of Group A plays the runner-up of Group B and vice versa; match allocation made after the group stage
  • UEFA's allocation for the 2020 FIFA U-20 World Cup has not been confirmed but this tournament will act as qualifier.

Ticket sales

Tickets are on sale now from the official Scottish FA website.

Prices:
Group games
Adults £2 (around €2.27)
Concessions £1 (around €1.13)

Knockouts
Adults £5 (around €5.67)
Concessions £2 (around €2.27)

Venues

Saint Mirren Park, Paisley (Group A, semi-final, final) – home of St Mirren
Firhill Stadium, Glasgow (Group A, semi-final) – home of Partick Thistle
McDiarmid Park, Perth (Group B) – home of St Johnstone
Forthbank Stadium, Stirling (Group B) – home of Stirling Albion

Ambassadors

Erin Cuthbert (Scotland & Chelsea)
Jo Love (Scotland & Glasgow City)

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