Malta to take part in both Women’s U-19, U-17 EURO

Malta will be taking part in both the 2024/25 Women’s Under-19 and Women’s Under-17 EURO – the draws for which were held on Friday. 

In fact, Malta will be making a return to the Women’s Under-19 EURO after an absence of one year.

In the 2024/25 Women’s Under-19 EURO round 1, Malta was drawn in Group B4 along with Slovenia, Croatia, Luxembourg. The mini-tournament will be played in Croatia between November 27 and December 3.

League A consists of 28 teams, including the seven promoted from League B after round 2 of the 2023/24 edition this spring. The teams have been drawn into seven groups; from these single-venue mini-tournaments, the teams finishing fourth will be relegated to League B for 2024/25 round 2, with the other positions deciding seeding for League A in that round. Poland will take part even though their finals place is assured as hosts. 

The 23 teams in League B include the sides relegated from League A in round 2 of the 2023/24 edition and Malta, returning after a one-season absence. They will compete for promotion to League A in six groups. The group winners and the best runners-up will be promoted.

2024/25 WU19 EURO round 1 draw: League A

Group A1: Germany, Denmark, Greece, Kosovo
Group A2: France, Portugal, Slovakia, North Macedonia
Group A3: Republic of Ireland, Norway, Finland, Bulgaria
Group A4: England, Poland (finals hosts), Italy, Türkiye
Group A5: Serbia, Austria, Czechia, Faroe Islands
Group A6: Spain, Belgium, Iceland, Northern Ireland
Group A7: Netherlands, Sweden, Hungary, Scotland

2024/25 WU19 EURO round 1 draw: League B

Group B1: Belarus, Albania, Montenegro, Moldova
Group B2: Romania, Latvia, Kazakhstan, Liechtenstein
Group B3: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Wales, Lithuania, Georgia
Group B4: Slovenia, Croatia, Luxembourg, Malta
Group B5: Switzerland, Estonia, Cyprus, Azerbaijan
Group B6: Ukraine, Israel, Armenia

In the 2024/25 UEFA European Women’s Under-17 Championship round 1, Malta was drawn in Group B2 along with Ukraine, Romania and Moldova. Malta will be hosting the mini-tournament between November 13 and 19.

League A includes 28 teams, including defending champions Spain and the seven nations promoted from League B after round 2 of the 2023/24 edition this spring.

They have been drawn into seven groups; from these single-venue mini-tournaments, the teams finishing fourth will be relegated to League B for 2024/25 round 2, with the other positions deciding seeding for League A in that round. The Faroe Islands will take part even though their finals place is assured as hosts.

The 21 teams in League B (including the sides relegated from League A in 2023/24 round 2) will play for promotion to League A in six groups. The group winners and the best runners-up will be promoted.

2024/25 Women’s U17 EURO round 1 draw: League A

Group A1: Portugal, Switzerland, Wales, Slovenia
Group A2: Belgium, Germany, Türkiye, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Group A3: England, Netherlands, Czechia, Faroe Islands (finals hosts)
Group A4: Poland, Scotland, Iceland, Northern Ireland
Group A5: France, Italy, Croatia, Bulgaria
Group A6: Spain (holders), Austria, Denmark, Republic of Ireland
Group A7: Norway, Finland, Greece, Belarus

2024/25 Women’s U17 EURO round 1 draw: League B

Group B1: Slovakia, Montenegro, Latvia, Georgia
Group B2: Ukraine, Romania, Malta, Moldova
Group B3: Hungary, North Macedonia, Lithuania, Andorra
Group B4: Kosovo, Israel, Albania
Group B5: Serbia, Luxembourg, Azerbaijan
Group B6: Sweden, Estonia, Kazakhstan

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