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Published 30 April 2024 2 min read
Women's U19

England WU19s learn EURO draw

Written by:

Nicholas Veevers

The Young Lionesses head to Lithuania in July for the UEFA Women's U19 EURO Finals

England will face opposition from hosts Lithuania, Serbia and France at this summer’s UEFA Women’s U19 EURO Final, following the draw on Tuesday evening. 

John Griffiths’ squad were pulled out in Group A at the draw in Zalgirio Arena in Kaunas, which saw the eight finalists split into two groups of four.

After an initial three games in the group stage, the top two from each table will progress to the knockout stages in the semi-finals.

The Young Lionesses secured their place in the Finals after progressing through two qualifying rounds this season, most recently in April when they won three games from three in Portugal to reach the last eight.

The WU19 EURO Finals will take place between 14 and 27 July, with venues confirmed as Darius and Girenas Stadium in Kaunas, Jonava Stadium in Jonava, and Marijampolé Stadium in Marijampolé.

England will kick-off the tournament against Lithuania on 14 July at the Daris and Girenas Stadium in Kaunas, before playing Serbia on 17 July and then France on 20 July. 

The Draw

Group A: Lithuania (Hosts), Serbia, France, England

Group B: Netherlands, Republic of Ireland, Spain (holders), Germany