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#WU19EURO facts and figures

The records, statistics and facts from the UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship.
 

#WU19EURO facts and figures

The records, statistics and facts from the UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship.

2015 highlights: Sweden seal second title

Champions (hosts)
2017: Spain (Northern Ireland)
2016: France (Slovakia)
2015: Sweden (Israel)
2014: Netherlands (Norway)
2013: France (Wales)
2012: Sweden (Turkey)
2011: Germany (Italy)
2010: France (FYR 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)

2018: (Switzerland)
2019: (Scotland)
2020: (Georgia)

Biggest wins
Qualifying round: Switzerland 23-0 Georgia, 2015/16
Elite round: Spain 11-0 Serbia, 2006/07; Netherlands 11-0 Lithuania, 2010/11
Final tournament: Germany 9-0 Belarus, 2008/09
Final: Germany 8-1 Norway, 2010/11

Individual match goalscoring
Qualifying: Lidija Kuliš (Bosnia and Herzegovina) 7 v Moldova, 2008/09; Lina Yakupova (Russia) 7 v Moldova, 2008/09 #
Final tournament: Elena Danilova (Russia) 4 v Netherlands, 2005/06

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Stina Blackstenius

Season top scorers
2016/17: Lucía García (Spain) 13
2015/16: Sippie Folkertsma (Netherlands) 11
2014/15: Stina Blackstenius (Sweden) 20
2013/14: Stina Blackstenius (Sweden) 12
2012/13: Jovana Damnjanović (Serbia) 14
2011/12: Elin Rubensson (Sweden) 13
2010/11: Melissa Bjånesøy (Norway) 13
2009/10: Rebecca Dempster (Scotland) 10
2008/09: Lidija Kuliš (Bosnia-Herzegovina), Dzsenifer Marozsán (Germany) 10
2007/08: Kim Kulig (Germany) 12
2006/07: Marie-Laure Delie (France) 12
2005/06: Elena Danilova (Russia) 17
2004/05: Elena Danilova (Russia) 15
2003/04: Anja Mittag (Germany) 12
2002/03: Yulya Korniyevets (Ukraine) 9
2001/02: Nicole Gassmann (Switzerland), Suzanne Grant (Scotland) 8

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Vivianne Miedema

Finals top scorers
2016/17: Patricia Guijarro (Spain) 5
2015/16: Marie-Antoinette Katoto (France) 6
2014/15: Stina Blackstenius (Sweden) 6
2013/14: Vivianne Miedema (Netherlands) 6
2012/13: Pauline Bremer (Germany) 6
2011/12: Elin Rubensson (Sweden) 5
2010/11: Melissa Bjånesøy (Norway) 7
2009/10: Lieke Martens (Netherlands), Turid Knaak (Germany) 4
2008/09: Sofia Jakobsson (Sweden) 5
2007/08: Marie Pollmann (Germany) 4
2006/07: Marie-Laure Delie (France), Fanndis Fridriksdóttir (Iceland), Ellen White (England) 3
2005/06: Elena Danilova (Russia) 7
2004/05: Elena Danilova (Russia) 9
2003/04: Anja Mittag (Germany) 6
2002/03: Shelley Thompson (Germany) 4
2001/02: Claire Morel (France), Barbara Müller (Germany) 4

All time top scorers
Final tournaments:
Elena Danilova (Russia) 17
Marie-Laure Delie (France) 9
Toni Duggan (England) 9
Stina Blackstenius (Sweden) 8

All matches:
Elena Danilova (Russia) 33
Stina Blackstenius (Sweden) 32
Agnese Ricco (Italy) 23
Isabel Kerschowski (Germany) 22
Elin Rubensson (Sweden) 21
Elena Terekhova (Russia) 21

All time most appearances
Final tournaments:
Nahikari García (Spain) 15
Nuria Garrote (Spain) 14
Isabel Kerschowski (Germany) 14

All matches:
Martina Moser (Switzerland) 32
Jordan Nobbs (England) 31
Elena Terekhova (Russia) 31
Ksenia Tsybutovich (Russia) 31
Elena Morozova (Russia) 30

Highest attendances
Qualifying: Germany v Finland, Ludwigshafen, 1999/2000, 6,002
Final tournament: Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia v Spain, Skopje, 2010, 8,000
Final: Spain v Sweden, Netanya, 2015, 7,230

Miscellaneous
Consecutive WU19 EURO wins: 22 – Germany (13/07/2006 to 07/07/2008)

2011: Germany's record-breaking final

Final tournament appearances
14 Germany
12 England, France, Spain
11 Norway
9 Sweden
7 Netherlands, Switzerland
6 Denmark, Italy
5 Scotland
4 Russia
3 Belgium
2 Finland, Iceland
1 Austria, Belarus, Hungary, FYR Macedonia, Israel, Northern Ireland, Portugal, Poland, Republic of Ireland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Turkey, Wales

All statistics are for the UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship only. Four U18 tournaments preceeded it, with the winners (and hosts) as follows:
2001: Germany (Norway)
2000: Germany (France)
1999: Sweden (Sweden)
1998: Denmark (two-legged final v France)

# Slovakia's Marcela Ižová scored eight in a qualifier against Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1998/99.

Last updated: 21/08/17 10.41CET

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