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UEFA Under-19 Finals draw
 Women's Football Euros News - 19 Apr 2019
This week's draw for the UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship saw Pauline Hamill's Scotland drawn alongside Netherlands, Norway and France, whilst England, under the guidance of Rehanne Skinner, will be up against Belgium, Spain and Germany.
Scotland will play host to the tournament for the first time, which will take place between 16-28 July 2019.
Hosted by sports broadcaster Connie McLaughlin, Scotland Women's National Team players Joanne Love and Erin Cuthbert conducted the draw in their role as ambassadors for the Championship.
With Hamill's young squad having qualified as hosts, they were joined in the draw by current holders Spain who emerged as one of seven Elite Round group winners along with Belgium, England, France, Germany, Netherlands and Norway.
The full draw for the Finals is as follows:
Group A:
Scotland, Netherlands, Norway, France
Group B:
England, Belgium, Spain, Germany
Scotland will start their campaign against France on Tuesday 16th July with England v Germany being another mouthwatering tie on the opening day of the Championship.
Reigning champions Spain, who are aiming for a third title in a row, open their account against Belgium whilst the Netherlands take on Norway in the other opening match.
The top two sides from each group will progress to the semi finals, due to be played on Thursday 25th July at Firhill Stadium, Glasgow and St Mirren Park, Paisley. The Final will be played on Sunday 28th July at St Mirren Park.
Pauline Hamill, Scotland's Under-19s Head Coach, told www.scottishfa.co.uk: "We can't wait to take on the best in Europe this summer.
"To compete against Netherlands, Norway and France will be a tough test but the squad will be ready, it's exciting.
"Having the home crowd will give the girls that extra edge. We'll prepare in the right way, control what we can control and see where it can take us."
Speaking at the draw, Glasgow City midfielder Joanne Love showed her support for the future heroes of the Scotland Women's National team: "Both Erin and I progressed through the ranks, having represented Scotland at youth level. We never played in front of a home crowd at a major tournament, so this is a huge opportunity for the girls.
"All games are tough at any tournament, Pauline has the squad playing well and on their day can compete with the best in Europe. I'm looking forward to seeing Scotland play, particularly captain Amy Muir who will be a future star of the women's game."
The matches will be played at McDiarmid Park (Perth) Forthbank Stadium (Stirling), Firhill (Glasgow), with the final taking place at St Mirren Park (Paisley).

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