Euro U19 Teams 2024

European U19 Team Champs 2024 : FINAL

England, champions in the last 12 editions, face France in the final for the third year in a row …

[1] England 1-2 [2] France

Amelia Haworth 2-3 Lauren Baltayan  6-11, 6-11, 13-11, 11-8, 7-11 (42m)
Jonah Bryant 3-0 Melvil Scianimanico  11-5, 11-8, 11-1 (29m)
Abdallah Eissa 0-3 Amir Khaled-Jousselin  9-11, 10-12, 5-11 (36m)

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Day Three : Semi-Finals :

[1] England 3-0 [4] Switzerland
Jonah Bryant 3-0 Fabian Seitz  11-2, 11-0, 11-4
Mariam Eissa 3-1 Norina Malbasic  9-11, 11-9, 11-0, 11-1
Abdallah Eissa 2-0 Nero Harms  11-6, 11-3

[2] France 3-0 [3] Czechia
Melvil Scianimanico 3-0 Vojtek Martinovsky 11-5, 11-7, 11-2
Lauren Baltayan 3-1 Karolina Sramkova   9-11, 11-6, 11-3, 11-8
Antonin Romieu 2-0 David Linhart  11-5, 11-0

Quarter-Finals :

[1] England 2-0 [7] Netherlands
[4] Switzerland 2-1 [6] Wales
[3] Czechia 2-0 [5] Germany
[2] France 3-0 [8] Scotland

Pool Stage :

Pool A Pool B Pool C Pool D
[1] England 4/0 [2] France 4/0 [3] Czechia 3/1 [4] Switzerland 3/0
[8] Scotland 3/1 [7] Netherlands 3/1 [6] Wales 3/1 [5] Germany 1/2
[9] Spain 2/2 [10] Belgium 2/2 [11] Poland 3/1 [12] Ireland 1/2
[16] Italy 1/3 [15] Sweden 1/3 [14] Norway 1/3 [13] Hungary 1/2
[16] Finland 0/4 [18] Romania 0/4 [19] Greece 0/4

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Day TWO : Pool positions decided

The group leaders have been decided at the European Teams Mixed Championship! Now we are off with the title battle!

England have successfully continued their campaign, without losing a game, while France only conceded two games, both finishing their groups with the maximum of points.

In group A, Scotland bested Spain for the second place in the group, while in group B, Netherlands qualifies second, in front their Belgium neighbours.

Group C and D saw more close battles, with three teams finishing with the same number of points.

In group C, the top three teams achieved the same number of group points. While the Czech Republic finished in first, the second place was decided by only a few games between Wales and Poland, with the former progressing through.

In group D, Switzerland was on top with three wins, while Ireland, Hungary and Germany each winning just one duel. In the end, Germany managed to seize the second place, with a difference in just a few games against Hungary.

Starting noon on Saturday local time, we will have Wales playing Switzerland and Germany playing the Czech Republic, while England will play the Netherlands and, France, a strong title competitor will take on Scotland.

Day One : Strong start for the top seeds

In group A, England recorded two  without dropping a game, with Scotland edging Spain to also finish on two wins, setting up a group decider tomorrow between the two.

In group B, France matched England’s results, winning against Sweden and the hosting team, Romania. With Netherlands getting the better of Belgium to finish the day in second place in the group.

In group C, with a more balanced score, Czech Republic and Poland lead with two wins, with the latter managing to beat 2-1 Wales. The top two teams will battle it out tomorrow at 2 PM, local time.

In group D, we saw close matches, with Hungary being bested 2-1 by Germany and Switzerland, with the Swiss getting the first place in the group with 4 points, while Germany and Ireland are tied with 2 points for the second place.