2013 UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship second qualifying round
2013 UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship Second Qualifying Round will be the first round of qualifications for the Final Tournament of 2013 UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship, which will be held in Wales. The first matches will be played on 4 April 2013.
24 team are drawn into six groups of four. The teams then play each other once. After that the group winners and the best runner-up advance to the final tournament.
The draw was held on 20 November 2012 in Nyon. Teams are seeded based on their first round performances. In the draw one team per pot will be drawn together. No team can meet a team they played in the first qualifying round.
|Pot A||Pot B||Pot C||Pot D|
Republic of Ireland
The hosts of the four one-venue mini-tournament groups are indicated below in italics.
Tie-breakers between teams with the same number of points are:
- Higher number of points obtained in the matches played between the teams in question
- Superior goal difference resulting from the matches played between the teams in question
- Higher number of goals scored in the matches played between the teams in question
If now two teams still are tied, reapply tie-breakers 1-3, if this does not break the tie, go on.
- Superior goal difference in all group matches
- Higher number of goals scored in all group matches
- Drawing of lots
Group 1 was played in the Netherlands.
|Republic of Ireland||3||2||0||1||3||3||0||6|
|Republic of Ireland||1 – 0||Italy|
|Sweden||1 – 0||Netherlands|
|Italy||2 – 2||Sweden|
Wahlberg 69' (o.g.)
|Report||Banušić 10', 74' (pen.)|
|Republic of Ireland||2 – 1||Netherlands|
Group 2 was played in Belgium.
|Switzerland||4 – 0||Russia|
Deplazes 90', 90+2'
|France||2 – 0||Belgium|
|Belgium||2 – 0||Switzerland|
|France||6 – 1||Russia|
Levogez 41', 83', 90+3' (pen.)
|Report||Kovalenko 66' (pen.)|
Group 3 was played in the Scotland.
|Denmark||1 – 0||Scotland|
|Denmark||2 - 1||Austria|
|Scotland||4 - 2||Ukraine|
Group 4 was played in Norway. Norway qualified as runners-up with the best record.
|England||4 – 5||Serbia|
|Lawley 24', 25'
Zelem 69', 87' (pen.)
Damnjanović 31', 76'
|Norway||7 – 0||Hungary|
|Eikeland 6', 77'
Skinnes Hansen 22', 69'
Reiten 71' (pen.)
|Serbia||2 - 5||Norway|
|Report||Voltervik 17', 42'
Thun 35', 48'
|England||3 – 0||Hungary|
Group 5 was played in Portugal.
|Northern Ireland||1 – 1||Iceland|
|Magill 64' (pen.)||Report||Thrastardóttir 27'|
|Finland||2 – 1||Portugal|
I. Salmi 86'
|Finland||1 – 0||Iceland|
|Portugal||2 – 0||Northern Ireland|
|Vanessa Malho 61'
Diana Silva 63'
Group 6 was played in Germany.
|Germany||2 – 1||Spain|
|Magull 2', 62'||Report||Pinel 72'|
|Czech Republic||2 – 0||Greece|
|A. Šturmová 37'
|Germany||9 – 0||Greece|
Panfil 9', 17'
Dongus 55', 58', 90+1'
|Spain||2 – 1||Czech Republic|
|Czech Republic||0 – 5||Germany|
Däbritz 30' (pen.)
Ranking of group runners-upEdit
In the ranking of the second-place finishers, only the results against the first and third teams count.
|1||Republic of Ireland||2||1||0||1||2||3||−1||3|