2006 UEFA European Under-17 Championship

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2006 UEFA Under-17 Championship
Championnat d'Europe de football des moins de 17 ans 2006
U-17-Fußball-Europameisterschaft 2006
Tournament details
Host country Luxembourg
Dates 3 May – 14 May
Teams 8
Venue(s) 6 (in 6 host cities)
Final positions
Champions  Russia (2nd title)
Runners-up  Czech Republic
Third place  Spain
Fourth place  Germany
Tournament statistics
Matches played 16
Goals scored 46 (2.88 per match)
Top scorer(s) Germany Manuel Fischer
Spain Bojan
Czech Republic Tomáš Necid
(5 goals each)
Best player Germany Toni Kroos[1]
2005
2007

The 2006 UEFA European Under-17 Championship was the fifth edition of UEFA's European Under-17 Football Championship. Luxembourg hosted the championship, during May 3–14. Russia defeated the Czech Republic in the final to win the competition for the second time. Players born after 1 January 1989 could participate in this competition.

Squads[edit]

Is for 17 and younger normally Between late May to early June

Qualifying[edit]

There were two qualifying rounds.

Teams[edit]

 Belgium
 Czech Republic
 Germany
 Hungary
 Luxembourg (host)
 Russia
 Serbia and Montenegro
 Spain

Group stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Teams GP W D L GF GA GD Pts Status
 Spain 3 3 0 0 12 1 +11 9 Advanced to the semifinals
 Russia 3 2 0 1 3 3 0 6
 Hungary 3 1 0 2 4 3 +1 3
 Luxembourg 3 0 0 3 1 13 -12 0
Hungary 0 – 1 Russia
Report Morozov Goal 78'
Luxembourg 1 – 7 Spain
Pjanić Goal 73' Report Aarón Goal 6'18'
Ramos Goal 13'
Bojan Goal 48'69'76'
Hermosa Goal 55'

Spain 3 – 0 Russia
Aarón Goal 59'
Vergara Goal 64'
Gullón Goal 74'
Report
Luxembourg 0 – 4 Hungary
Report Németh Goal 42'28'
Koman Goal 64' (pen.)
Nikházi Goal 76'

Russia 2 – 0 Luxembourg
Gorbatenko Goal 32'
Korotayev Goal 75'
Report
Spain 2 – 0 Hungary
Ramos Goal 18'
Bojan Goal 76' (pen.)
Report

Group B[edit]

Teams GP W D L GF GA GD Pts Status
 Germany 3 2 1 0 8 0 +8 7 Advanced to the semifinals
 Czech Republic 3 2 1 0 5 2 +3 7
 Serbia and Montenegro 3 0 1 2 2 7 -5 1
 Belgium 3 0 1 2 2 8 -6 1
Belgium 0 – 4 Germany
Report Gillis Goal 2' (o.g.)
Fischer Goal 35'
Kroos Goal 51' (pen.)
Lorenz Goal 80'
Serbia and Montenegro 1 – 2 Czech Republic
Vuković Goal 72' Report Necid Goal 49'67'

Belgium 1 – 1 Serbia and Montenegro
Aquino Goal 71' Report Karadžić Goal 83'
Germany 0 – 0 Czech Republic
Report

Germany 4 – 0 Serbia and Montenegro
Fischer Goal 5'22'37'
Reinartz Goal 65'
Report
Czech Republic 3 – 1 Belgium
Wojnar Goal 11'
Necid Goal 42'72'
Report Carcela-González Goal 75'

Knockout stage[edit]

Semifinals[edit]

Germany 0 – 1 Russia
Report Prudnikov Goal 72'

Spain 0 – 2 Czech Republic
Report Pekhart Goal 31'
Vošahlík Goal 58'

Third Place Playoff[edit]

Spain 1 – 1 Germany
Bojan Goal 53' Report Fischer Goal 68'
Penalties
Savall Penalty scored
Baena Penalty scored
Ortiz Penalty missed
Bojan Penalty scored
3 - 2 Penalty scored Marin
Penalty scored Vrančić
Penalty missed Fischer
Penalty missed Schorch
Penalty missed Kroos

Final[edit]

Czech Republic 2 – 2 Russia
Pekhart Goal 80+3'
Necid Goal 88'
Report Prudnikov Goal 46'
Marenich Goal 86'
Penalties
Vácha Penalty scored
Wojnar Penalty missed
Holek Penalty scored
Necid Penalty scored
3 – 5 Penalty scored Shcherbak
Penalty scored Gagloyev
Penalty scored Prudnikov
Penalty scored Amirkhanov
Penalty scored Korotayev

Goalscorers[edit]

Team # Players Goals
Spain 20 Bojan 5
Germany 9 Manuel Fischer 5
Czech Republic 10 Tomáš Necid 5
Spain 10 Aarón 3
Hungary 9 Krisztián Németh 2
Spain 14 Rubén Ramos 2
Russia 9 Aleksandr Prudnikov 2
Czech Republic 11 Tomáš Pekhart 2
Russia 2 Sergei Morozov 1
Spain 18 José Hermosa 1
Luxembourg 9 Miralem Pjanić 1
Germany 10 Toni Kroos 1
Germany 18 Raphael Lorenz 1
Serbia and Montenegro 11 Veljko Vuković 1
Spain 11 Cristian Vergara 1
Spain 8 Marcos Gullón 1
Hungary 7 Vladimir Koman 1
Hungary 10 Márk Nikházi 1
Belgium 17 Maurizio Aquino 1
Serbia and Montenegro 17 Darko Karadžić 1
Russia 10 Igor Gorbatenko 1
Russia 7 Yevgeni Korotayev 1
Germany 13 Stefan Reinartz 1
Czech Republic 17 Petr Wojnar 1
Belgium 16 Mehdi Carcela-González 1
Czech Republic 7 Jan Vošahlík 1
Russia 18 Aleksandr Marenich 1
Total Goals: 46 ( 1 own goals ) ; Match Played: 16

Golden Player[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2006: Toni Kroos in UEFA.com
  2. ^ 2007: Toni Kroos, uefa.com, accessed 16 June 2009.

External links[edit]