England and France will meet in the 2019 European Under-17 championship at City Calling Stadium on May third.
The draw for the 2019 European under-17 championship took place in the Aviva Stadium, renamed the Dublin arena this evening.
Four matches in total will take place in Longford’s City Calling Stadium including the Group B meeting of England and France on May 3.
On May sixth Belgium will meet Greece in group A, the following day heavyweights Spain and Germany will meet in Group D and on May 10th Portugal will face Iceland.
The Republic of Ireland were drawn in Group A with Belgium, Greece and the Czech Republic. Ireland’s games will be played in Tallaght Stadium and Waterford’s RSC.
#U17EURO Draw is complete
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⚽️ Finals kick off from May 3-19
— FAIreland ⚽️🇮🇪 (@FAIreland) April 4, 2019
The Euro Under-17 final will take place in Tallaght Stadium on May 19th.