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Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Last time out

    England 1-2 Germany

    Watch highlights as England's women open their European Under-19 Championship campaign with a 2-1 loss to Germany at McDiarmid Park in Perth, Scotland.

    Available to UK users only.

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    Video caption: Women's U19 Euros highlights: England 1-2 Germany
  2. How to watch the tournament

    You can watch all of the group stage matches involving England and Scotland across the Red Button, BBC Sport website, app & iPlayer. There will also be full coverage of both semi-finals and the final.

    Friday 19th July

    16:00 - England v Spain

    18:15 - Scotland v Norway

    Monday 22nd July

    16:00 - Belgium v England - Red Button & online

    18:15 - Netherlands v Scotland - Red Button & online

    Thursday 25th July

    16:00 - Semi-final 1- Red Button & online

    19:30 - Semi-final 2 - Red Button & online

    Sunday 28th July

    16:00 - Final - Red Button & online

    All times are BST and subject to late change.

  3. England Squad

    Goalkeepers –Ramsey, Hampton

    Defenders –Smith, Pattinson, Morgan, Eaton-Collins, Rodgers, Fitzgerald, Neville, Cashin, Hartley

    Midfielders –Palmer, Rutherford, Syme, Hazard

    Forwards –Naz, Hemp, Salmon, James, Hutton

    Niamh Cushin
  4. What is the UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship?

    The 2018/19 UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship will showcase some of the top women’s under-19 talent from across Europe and will take place in Scotland from 16-28 July 2019. The tournament will act as a qualifier for the 2020 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup.

    There are eight teams taking part split across two groups.

    Group A consists of the hosts Scotland, Netherlands, Norway and France, while Group B consists of England, Belgium, Germany and current holders Spain.

    After the group stage is complete the tournament will progress straight to semi-finals where the winner of Group A will play the runner-up of Group B and vice-versa.

    UEFA's allocation for the 2020 FIFA U-20 World Cup has not been confirmed but if needed a play-off will be held between the two third-place group finishers to determine a fifth entrant.