The 2019/20 UEFA European Women’s Under-19 Championship subordinate turn pull has been made, environment a initial stairs on a highway to Georgia.
The pull was done by UEFA Women’s Football Committee president Anne Rei and Kerstin Casparij, receiving a 2018 Fair Play esteem on interest of a Netherlands.
2019/20 subordinate turn draw
Group 1 (1â€“7 October): France, Sweden, Slovakia, FYR Macedonia (hosts)
Group 2 (2â€“8 October): Finland (hosts), Czech Republic, Faroe Islands, Lithuania
Group 3 (2â€“8 October): Germany, Portugal (hosts), Azerbaijan, Albania
Group 4 (2â€“8 October): Scotland, Poland (hosts), Croatia, Bulgaria
Group 5 (2â€“8 October): Norway, Northern Ireland (hosts), Wales, Moldova
Group 6 (1â€“7 October): Switzerland, Austria (hosts), Israel, Latvia
Group 7 (2â€“8 October): Spain, Iceland (hosts), Greece, Kazakhstan
Group 8 (2â€“8 October): Italy (hosts), Russia, Slovenia, Estonia
Group 9 (2â€“8 October): Netherlands (hosts), Republic of Ireland, Ukraine, Montenegro
Group 10 (2â€“8 October): Sweden, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina (hosts), Armenia
Group 11 (2â€“8 October): England, Serbia, Belarus (hosts), Cyprus
Group 12 (2â€“8 October): Denmark, Hungary, Turkey (hosts), Kosovo
Road to Georgia
â€¢ The tip dual sides in any organisation and a 4 third-placed teams with a best record opposite a tip dual in their territory go into a chosen turn pull on 22 Nov 2019, with a games in open 2020.
â€¢ Seven teams will eventually join Georgia in a finals in Jul 2020.
How a pull worked
Draw procession seeding pots
Pot A: Spain, France, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, Italy, England, Scotland, Finland
Pot B: Belgium, Czech Republic, Austria, Russia*, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Serbia*, Poland, Hungary, Iceland, Northern Ireland, Slovakia
Pot C: Turkey, Slovenia, Ukraine*, Azerbaijan*, Israel, Greece, Romania, Belarus, Wales, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina*, Faroe Islands
Pot D: Moldova, Montenegro, Albania, Latvia, Bulgaria, Estonia, FYR Macedonia, Cyprus, Kosovo*, Lithuania, Kazakhstan, Armenia*
*Based on prior decisions of a UEFA Executive Committee and UEFA Emergency Panel, a following pairs of teams could not be drawn together: Russia Ukraine, Azerbaijan Armenia, Serbia Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina Kosovo
Bye to final tournament: Georgia (hosts)
Who is involved?
â€¢ Hosts Georgia validate directly for a final contest in July/August 2020
â€¢ The 48 entrants start in a subordinate turn where they are separate into 12 groups of four.
â€¢ There were 4 seeding pots in suitability with a fellow rankings list, with a 12 countries with a top ranking in Pot A, a subsequent 12 in Pot B, and so on.
â€¢ Each organisation has one group from any pot, with hosts afterwards allocated to theatre a mini-tournaments, provisionally scheduled between 27 Aug and 3 September, or 1 and 8 Oct 2019.