Gibraltar national under-19 football team
|Association||Gibraltar Football Association|
|Head coach||Steven Cummings|
|Most caps||Andrew Hernandez (9)|
|Top scorer||Scott Ballantine, Anthony Hernandez, Leon Clinton, Jayce Consigliero, Jamie Coombes (1)|
| Croatia 7–0 Gibraltar|
(Ostrava, Czech Republic; 17 October 2013)
| Netherlands 9–0 Gibraltar|
(Mont-de-Marsan, France; 7 October 2015)
France 9–0 Gibraltar
(Dax, France; 9 October 2015)
The Gibraltar national under-19 football team represents Gibraltar in football competitions at under-19 level and is controlled by the Gibraltar Football Association. It is a full member of FIFA and is therefore eligible to enter any FIFA-sanctioned tournaments. Gibraltar applied for full UEFA membership and was accepted by the UEFA Congress in May 2013 and can therefore compete in the UEFA European Under-19 Championship beginning with the 2014 edition of the tournament.
Since being accepted into UEFA in May 2013, they have played three competitive matches for the qualifying round of the 2014 UEFA European Under-19 Championship. They were drawn into Group 1 with Czech Republic, Cyprus and Croatia. Czech Republic were the hosts of the group and all three games were played in the Městský stadion in Ostrava.
They played their first competitive match on 17 October 2013 against Croatia which ended in a thumping 7-0 victory for the Croats. Two days later they played the Czech Republic which resulted in a 3-0 defeat for the Gibraltarians before being thumped 7-0 yet again although this time by Cyprus.
- The following players were called up for the 2019 UEFA European Under-19 Championship qualification group stage in November 2018.
Caps and goals correct as of 20 November 2018.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|1||GK||Christian Lopez||10 February 2001||3||0||Gibraltar United|
|13||GK||Mikey Borge||17 December 2001||0||0||Manchester 62|
|5||DF||Ethan Thorne-Llambias||23 November 2000||6||0||Lincoln Red Imps|
|4||DF||Niall Serra (vice-captain)||3 May 2001||3||0||Glacis United|
|18||DF||Leeroy Marquez||5 July 2003||3||0||Lincoln Red Imps|
|19||DF||Ethan Moya||9 October 2000||3||0||Manchester 62|
|2||DF||Nicholas Perera||17 August 2001||2||0||Glacis United|
|3||MF||Isaac Vinet||20 April 2001||3||0||Mons Calpe|
|6||MF||Jordan Carnegie||24 September 2001||3||0||Lions Gibraltar|
|8||MF||Jamie Muir||8 April 2001||3||0||Glacis United|
|12||MF||Ayoub El Hmidi||30 September 2000||3||0||Mons Calpe|
|14||MF||Hatim Smith||25 December 2000||3||0||Glacis United|
|16||MF||Jesse Peralta||19 August 2001||3||0||Europa|
|17||MF||Shay Jones||24 February 2002||3||0||Lincoln Red Imps|
|7||MF||Haitham Tarrack||20 May 2001||2||0||Boca Gibraltar|
|15||MF||Luke Bautista||9 November 2001||2||0||Mons Calpe|
|10||FW||Dylan Peacock (captain)||24 August 2001||6||0||Lincoln Red Imps|
|9||FW||Adam Gracia||28 May 2001||2||0||Lincoln Red Imps|
|11||FW||Chris Fortuna||5 April 2000||0||0||Europa|
|Head Coach||Steven Cummings|
|Assistant Coach||David Ochello|
|Team Doctor||Freddy Arana|
As of 20 November 2018
Players with an equal number of goals are ranked in order of average.