WU-19: today the youth women's national team of Ukraine starts playing in League A Euro-2022

Today, October 20, in the Dutch cities of Harken and Assen, the tournament in Group 1 of League A of Euro-2022 will start with the participation of youth women's national team of Ukraine WU-19, where its rivals will be the Netherlands, Scotland and Austria.

October 13 team gathered in Pushcha-Vodytsya and trained at the stadium in the town of Vorzel, and on the 19th she went to Amsterdam, from where she took a bus to the town of Spir.

Match fixtures in group A1


Austria - Scotland (17.00)

Netherlands - Ukraine (20.00)


Scotland - Ukraine (17.00)

Netherlands - Austria (20.00)


Ukraine - Austria (20.00)

Scotland - Netherlands (20.00)

The match start time for Kiev is indicated.

Squad youth women's national team of Ukraine WU-19

Goalkeepers: Marina Dudnik (EMS-Podillya, Vinnytsia), Daria Kelyushyk (Kryvbas, Kryvyi Rih), Kateryna Boklach (Ladomyr, Volodymyr-Volynskyi).

Defenders: Tetyana Kotovets (Veres Rivne), Daria Borysiuk (EMS-Podillya Vinnytsia), Yana Kotyk (Zhytlobud-2 Kharkiv), Ruslana Levchenko, Violeta Tyan (both Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih), Lesya Olkhova , Olesya Naumych (both - "Ladomir" Volodymyr-Volynsky), Olga Voitenko ("First Capital" Kharkiv).

Midfielders: Vita Rozlutska, Diana Muschenska (both - "Veres" Rivne), Daria Kruk, Diana Belyakova (both - "Kryvbas" Kryvyi Rih), Anastasia Dovhanyk, Dayana Semkiv (both - "Ladomir" Volodymyr-Volynsky), Yulia Khrystyuk ( Old Dominion University, USA).

Forwards: Natalia Kornatska (Voskhod Stara Mayachka), Inna Glushchenko, Maria Taleb (both Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih), Nadiya Ivanchenko (Southeastern University of Missouri, USA), Liana Mostryanska (Syracuse Academy, USA).

It will be recalled that the draw for the first round of the European Under-19 Championship took place in March, in which a record number of teams took part - 52. The tournament will be held in a new format, reminiscent of the UEFA League of Nations.

The new two-year cycle format replaces the old qualifying format with qualifying and elite rounds. It includes rounds of group mini-tournaments with ups and downs in the class. The final stage will take place in 2022 in the Czech Republic. The Czech national team automatically received a ticket to the final tournament, but will take part in the first two rounds. The tournament returns after a break due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which prevented the championship from being held in the 2019/2020 and 2020/2021 seasons.

The first round

League A

Group A1: The Netherlands, Scotland, Austria, Ukraine.

Group A2: France, Sweden, Iceland, Serbia.

Group A3: Germany, Belgium, Russia, Slovenia.

Group A4: Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Turkey.

Group A5: Switzerland, England, Ireland, Northern Ireland.

Group A6: Spain, Czech Republic, Portugal, Slovakia.

Group A7: Norway, Italy, Poland, Azerbaijan.

League B.

Group B1: Belarus, Faroe Islands, Northern Macedonia, Cyprus.

Group B2: Greece, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Kazakhstan.

Group B3: Wales, Albania, Moldova, Andorra.

Group B4: Israel, Romania, Georgia, Malta.

Group B5: Croatia, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein.

Group B6: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Estonia, Armenia.

Tournament format

The first round will determine which teams will rise higher in the league and which will fall lower in the league before the second round, which will take place in the spring of 2022. The seeding of participants before the draw of the second round will depend on which places in their teams the teams will take in the first round.

Reaching the top league

From League B to League A: six group winners and the best second team.

Relegation to league lower league

From League A to League B: seven fourth teams in their groups.

The draw for the second round will take place at the end of 2021. Following the results of the spring matches, seven winners of League A groups will join the Czech national team in the final stage, which will take place from June 27 to July 9, 2022. There will also be a transition of teams between leagues, which will be relevant for the first round of the European Championship-2022/2023.

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