2021/22 EURO Under-19 elite final round: Romania qualify
The elite round of the UEFA European Under-19 Championship is underway, with the section winners joining Slovakia in the final from June 18 to July 1.
In the elite round, the teams from the qualifying round join the top seeds from Portugal, who enter at this stage. The final tournament, whose draw will take place on Thursday April 28 at the X-Bionic Sphere in Šamorín-Čilistov, will serve as the European qualifier for the FIFA U-20 World Cup 2023 in Indonesia.
Qualified for the final tournament
Romania (Group 4 winners)
- Spain won the last edition finished in 2018/19.
- Bosnia and Herzegovina, who have won their first two games in Group 2, are aiming for their first U19 finals.
Elite Tour Groups
Group 1 (March 23-29): Turkey, Hungary (host), Israel, Scotland
Group 2 (March 23-29): France (host), Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Sweden
Group 3 (March 23-29): Portugal, England (host), Republic of Ireland, Armenia
Group 4 (March 23-29)
Qualified group winners: Romania
Also in the group: Iceland, Georgia, Croatia (hosts)
Group 5 (March 23-29): Italy, Belgium, Finland (host), Germany
Group 6 (June 1-7): Netherlands (host), Ukraine, Norway, Serbia
Group 7* (March 23–29): Denmark, Spain (host), Austria
*Moved to Group 7 due to Russia suspension