2005 UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship

The 2005 UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship was the holding of the UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship in Hungary from July 20–31, 2005. Russia won this edition of the competition in the final against France.[1]

2005 UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship
Tournament details
Host countryHungary
Dates20–31 July
Teams8
Final positions
Champions Russia (1st title)
Runners-up France
Tournament statistics
Matches played16
Goals scored60 (3.75 per match)
Attendance12,740 (796 per match)
Top scorer(s)Russia Elena Danilova
(9 goals)
Best player(s)Russia Elena Danilova
2004
2006

Participating teamsEdit

Eight national teams participated—seven which qualified from earlier stages, plus Hungary, which received an automatic berth as the host nation. They were split into two groups of four: Group A and Group B. Each team in a group played each other once, with the top two teams in each group progressing to the semi-finals. The winner faced the runner-up of the other group in a play-off, with the winner of each semi-final advancing to the final to determine the champion.

A fifth-place playoff had to be made because Russia, host of the 2006 FIFA U-20 Women's World Championship, progressed to the semi-final. All semi-finalists of the UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship qualified to the FIFA U-20 Women's World Championship.

Group AEdit

Group BEdit

Stadia used for tournamentEdit

ResultsEdit

Group stageEdit

Group AEdit

Team GP W D L GF GA Pts
  Germany 3 3 0 0 10 3 9
  Finland 3 2 0 1 7 5 6
  Switzerland 3 1 0 2 8 10 3
  Hungary 3 0 0 3 1 8 0
Finland  4–2  Switzerland
Sainio   33'
Sällström   63', 68', 89'
(Report) Abbé   76'
Thalmann   87'
Moser   92'
Referee: Maaren Olander (Estonia)

Hungary  0–2  Germany
(Report) Okoyino da Mbabi   50'
Hanebeck   58'
Referee: Silvia Tea Spinelli (Italy)

Hungary  0–2  Finland
(Report) Laihanen   21'
Puranen   70'
Referee: Anelia Sinabova (Bulgaria)

Germany  5–2  Switzerland
Okoyino da Mbabi   10'
Blässe   35', 76'
Laudehr   61'
Niemeier   85'
(Report) Bürki   37'
Bernauer   50'
Referee: Lena Arwedahl (Sweden)

Germany  3–1  Finland
Banecki   20'
Okoyino da Mbabi   22'
I. Kerschowski   43'
(Report) Sällström   57'
Referee: Martina Blahova (Czech Republic)

Switzerland  4–1  Hungary
Bürki   1', 16', 74' (pen.)
Moser   54'
(Report) Jakab   48'
Stoiber   72'
Referee: Mihaela Gurdon Basimamovic (Croatia)

Group BEdit

Team GP W D L GF GA Pts
  France 3 2 1 0 8 2 7
  Russia 3 2 0 1 7 5 6
  England 3 1 1 1 5 4 4
  Scotland 3 0 0 3 2 11 0
France  4–0  Russia
Peruzzetto   24'
Necib   33'
Thomis   42'
Castera   95'
(Report)
Referee: Lena Arwedahl (Sweden)

Scotland  1–3  England
Hughes   90' (Report) Aluko   28', 69'
Sanderson   93'
Referee: Martina Blahova (Czech Republic)

France  3–1  Scotland
Thomson   40' (o.g.)
Castera   50'
Courteille   78'
(Report) Liddell   14'
Referee: Maaren Olander (Estonia)

Russia  2–1  England
Danilova   17', 87' (pen.) (Report) Aluko   65'
Referee: Mihaela Gurdon Basimamovic (Croatia)

Russia  5–0  Scotland
Terekhova   1'
Morozova   12'
Danilova   57', 81', 86'
(Report)[permanent dead link]
Referee: Silvia Tea Spinelli (Italy)

England  1–1  France
Aluko   6' (Report) Thomis   67'
Referee: Anelia Sinabova (Bulgaria)

Knockout stageEdit

Semi-finals Final
      
  Germany 1
  Russia 3
  Russia 2 (6)
  France 2 (5)
  France 1
  Finland 0 Fifth Place Playoff
  Switzerland 2
  England 1

Fifth Place PlayoffEdit

Switzerland  2–1  England
Eggenberger   29'
Bürki   50'
(Report) Carney   40'
Referee: Lena Arwedahl (Sweden)

Semi-finalsEdit

Germany  1–3  Russia
Okoyino da Mbabi   44' (Report) Danilova   43', 65', 91'
Referee: Silvia Tea Spinelli (Italy)

France  1–0  Finland
Delie   75' (Report)[permanent dead link]
Referee: Mihaela Gurdon Basimamovic (Croatia)

FinalEdit

Russia  2–2 (a.e.t.)  France
Terekhova   47'
Danilova   77'
(Report) Thomis   67'
Courteille   86'
Penalties
Morozova  
Titova  
Afanasova  
Petrova  
Danilova  
Todua  
Tsybutovich  
6–5   Peruzzetto
  Necib
  Dahou
  Mula
  Bouhaddi
  Ducher
  Boulleau
Referee: Lena Arwedahl (Sweden)

AwardsEdit

 2005 UEFA Women's Under-19 Champions 
 
Russia
First title

GoalscorersEdit

9 goals
5 goals
4 goals
3 goals
2 goals
1 goal
own goal

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Russia rise to the top | Women's Under-19". UEFA.com. January 2, 2006.