2003 UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship

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2003 UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship
Tournament details
Host country Germany Germany
Dates 25 July – 3 August
Teams 8
Final positions
Champions  France (1st title)
Runners-up  Norway
Tournament statistics
Top scorer(s) Germany Shelley Thompson
(4 goals)
Best player France Sarah Bouhaddi
2002
2004

The UEFA Women's U-19 Championship 2003 Final Tournament was held in Germany between 25 July – 3 August 2003. Players born after 1 January 1984 were eligible to participate in this competition.

The tournament is notable for featuring a penalty kick shootout in the final group game in Group A between Italy and Sweden to determine the second semifinal qualifier. This is one of the only two times that a penalty-kick shootout has been used in the group stage of a tournament since the rule was introduced.

Qualifying[edit]

36 teams played for seven free places in the final. Two qualifying rounds were played.[1]

Final tournament[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 England 3 2 0 1 5 8 −3 6
 Sweden 3 1 1 1 6 6 0 4
 Italy 3 1 1 1 6 6 0 4
 Germany 3 1 0 2 7 4 +3 3

25 July 2003
Germany  0 – 2  Italy
(Report) Tona Goal 20'
Ricco Goal 39'
Sportzentrum, Taucha
Referee: Antonia Kokotou (Greece)

25 July 2003
Sweden  1 – 2  England
Odenyo Goal 58' (Report) Scott Goal 40'
Williams Goal 89'
Am Stadtbad, Markranstädt
Referee: Snjezana Focic (Croatia)

27 July 2003
Germany  1 – 2  Sweden
Krahn Goal 50' (Report) S. Andersson Goal 33'
Seger Goal 90+3'
Bruno-Plache-Stadion, Leipzig
Referee: Carla De Boeck (Belgium)

27 July 2003
Italy  1 – 3  England
Ricco Goal 46' (Report) McDougall Goal 20'
Aluko Goal 26'
Williams Goal 85'
Zentralsportpark, Markkleeberg
Referee: Gyöngyi Gaál (Hungary)

29 July 2003
England  0 – 6  Germany
(Report) Thompson Goal 12'40'80'90+1'
Goessling Goal 23'
Laudehr Goal 41'
Torgau
Referee: Ilonka Milanova Djaleva (Bulgaria)

29 July 2003
Italy  3 – 3  Sweden
Ricco Goal 41'
Coppolino Goal 63'
Domenichetti Goal 90+2'
(Report) Fischer Goal 55'
Odenyo Goal 62'
Siid-Ahmed Goal 82'
  Penalties  
Manieri Penalty missed
Coppolino Penalty scored
Cortesi Penalty missed
2–4 Penalty scored Fischer
Penalty scored Odenyo
Penalty scored Almgren
Penalty scored Siid-ahmed
Sportpark, Borna
Referee: Tatjana Pavlovic (Serbia)

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Norway 3 2 1 0 6 4 +2 7
 France 3 1 1 1 6 6 0 4
 Netherlands 3 1 0 2 4 5 −1 3
 Spain 3 1 0 2 5 6 −1 3

25 July 2003
Norway  2 – 2  France
Nilsen Goal 47'
Heimlund Goal 66'
(Report) Josserand Goal 34'
Bussaglia Goal 75'
Stadion der Freundschaft, Grimma
Referee: Gyöngyi Gaál (Hungary)

25 July 2003
Netherlands  2 – 1  Spain
Kant Goal 71'
Brouwer Goal 90'
(Report) S. García Goal 18'
Dr. Fritz Fröhlich-Stadion, Regis-Breitingen
Referee: Ilonka Milanova Djaleva (Bulgaria)

27 July 2003
Norway  2 – 1  Netherlands
Frantzen Goal 14'
Wiik Goal 85'
(Report) Vermeulen Goal 9'
Eintracht Schkeuditz, Schkeuditz
Referee: Tatjana Pavlovic (Serbia)

27 July 2003
France  2 – 3  Spain
Guine Goal 57'
Bussaglia Goal 81'
(Report) Martín Goal 3'26'
Casseleux Goal 71' (o.g.)
Frischaufstadion, Wurzen
Referee: Snjezana Focic (Croatia)

29 July 2003
Spain  1 – 2  Norway
Pérez Goal 16' (Report) Frantzen Goal 57'
Knutsen Goal 85'
Sportpark Tresenwald, Machern
Referee: Carla De Boeck (Belgium)

29 July 2003
France  2 – 1  Netherlands
Bussaglia Goal 47'
Thiney Goal 76'
(Report) Melis Goal 41'
Am Eichholz, Zwenkau
Referee: Antonia Kokotou (Greece)

Semifinals[edit]

1 August 2003
Norway  2 – 2  Sweden
Frantzen Goal 72'
Heimlund Goal 90+1'
(Report) Fischer Goal 5'40'
  Penalties  
Woods Penalty scored
Vikestad Penalty scored
Nilsen Penalty scored
Frantzen Penalty missed
Henriksen Penalty scored
4 – 2 Penalty scored Fischer
Penalty scored Odenyo
Penalty missed Almgren
Penalty missed Siid-Ahmed
Stadion der Freundschaft, Grimma
Referee: Ilonka Milanova Djaleva (Bulgaria)

1 August 2003
England  0 – 2  France
(Report) Josserand Goal 12'
Debonne Goal 88'
Am Stadtbad, Markranstädt
Referee: Carla De Boeck (Belgium)

Final[edit]

3 August 2003
France  2 – 0  Norway
Coquet Goal 18'
Traikia Goal 46'
(Report)[permanent dead link]
Alfred-Kunze-Sportpark, Leipzig
Attendance: 1,212
Referee: Snjezana Focic (Croatia)

Awards[edit]

 2004 UEFA Women's Under-19 Champions 

France
First title

References[edit]

External links[edit]