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  • 2008: Glorious Germany triumph

    The 7th UEFA European Under-19 Championship was full of surprises from the outset and it was Germany who finally emerged triumphant in the Czech Republic to claim the trophy for the first time.
  • 2007: Spain's double delight

    Spain became the first side to win successive U19 titles with victory in the 2006/07 final in Austria, their fourth triumph in the competition's six seasons.
  • 2005: France's first triumph

    France's fine reputation at youth level was further cemented at the 2004/05 European U19 Championship as they claimed the trophy for the first time.
  • 2002: Torres sparkles for Spain

    Fernando Torres was the hero for Spain with four goals in Norway and the final winner against Germany to secure the first U19 title.
  • Gourcuff's U19 memories

    A key part of the France side that tasted glory in the 2005 UEFA European Under-19 Championship in Northern Ireland, Yoann Gourcuff shares his memories of the tournament with UEFA.com.
  • 2003: Azzurrini's Vaduz joy

    Italy overcame a free-scoring Portuguese team to claim the 2002/03 UEFA European Under-19 Championship in Liechtenstein.
  • 2006: Spain reign again

    Spain's stranglehold on the UEFA European Under-19 Championship continued in 2006 as they lifted the trophy for the third time at the fifth edition in Poland.
  • Serbia delight at final win

    Goalscorer Andrija Luković told UEFA.com that winning the UEFA European Under-19 Championship with Serbia was the 'best day' of his life, while Aleksandar Mitrović struggled to put the success into words.
  • 2004: Valero the hero for Spain

    Spain took the UEFA European Under-19 Championship for the second time in three years with a last-gasp win in the 2004 final against Turkey.
  • Bender basks in U19 glory

    A title winner with Borussia Dortmund this season, Sven Bender was also a star performer as Germany lifted the 2008 UEFA European Under-19 Championship, saying: "Nobody will forget that."
  • Ukraine delight in maiden triumph

    The 8th UEFA European Under-19 Championship ended with a new name on the trophy, Ukraine overcoming England in front of more than 25,000 spectators to become the first team to triumph on home soil.
  • France rue missed chance

    After defeat against Serbia in the final of the UEFA European Under-19 Championship, Adrien Rabiot told UEFA.com France lost to a team with 'more desire', while Aymeric Laporte added that his side can still be proud of their achievements.
  • Finalists France praise the gameplan

    Antoine Conte and Yassine Benzia told UEFA.com that Francis Smerecki’s tactics were the key for France after earning a place in the final at the expense of Spain.
  • ‘No more sadness’ for proud Portugal

    Bruno Varela and Bernardo Silva gave their thoughts to UEFA.com after Portugal’s defeat by Serbia on penalties.
  • Mixed feelings for Spain

    After Spain’s elimination, José Rodríguez and Rubén Blanco reflected on “a lot of good memories” and positive experiences despite failing to retain the trophy.

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