Scotland will fly out to Bulgaria this weekend hoping to emulate their historic semi-final finish at last year’s U17 UEFA European Championships.

Here’s you’re A-Z guide to the 2015 finals in Bulgaria:

Ambassador…the 2015 U17 Euro ambassador is former Celtic star Stiliyan Petrov

Beroe Stadium…Scotland will kick off their campaign at the 12,000 capacity stadium on May 7th

Calvin Miller…the Scotland striker took part in last year’s tournament and is likely to lead the line again in Bulgaria

Defending champions…England won last year’s tournament after beating the Netherlands in the final

Elite Round…Scotland finished 2nd in their Elite Round Group, which qualified them for the finals

France…Scotland’s first Group C opponents won the competition in 2004

Greece…will meet Scotland in Sozopol on Sunday 10 May

Hosts…Bulgaria are featuring for the first time ever

Industrious…Scotland conceded just once in their 6 qualifying games

January 1st 1998…players at the finals must have been born after this date

Kilmarnock…have two players in the Scotland squad. Ian Wilson and Lewis Morrison

Lazur Stadium…in Burgas will host the final on May 22nd

McCrorie twins…Ross and Robby could become first twins to play at a major tournament for Scotland

Nearly…Scotland reached the semi-final of last year’s tournament

Over 3 goals a game…there were plenty of goals scored at last year’s tournament. 46 in total or 3.07 per game.

Prokopsija…the players will be hearing a lot of this during the tournament. It’s the Bulgarian word for Good Luck!

Qualification for World Cup…the top 6 sides from this year’s finals will qualify for the 2015 FIFA U17 World Cup in Chile

Russia…Scotland’s third Group C opponents have won the competition twice

Scot Gemmill…the Scotland Under-17 coach was capped 26 times for the national team

Third appearance…Scotland have appeared twice before in 2008 and 2014

Uncovering stars…the likes of Toni Kroos and Cesc Fabregas have starred in previous Under-17 finals

Various winners…9 countries have won the tournament since the first one in 2002

Wayne Rooney…has won the tournament’s Golden Player award

eXciting finals…the last three finals have ended in a penalty shoot-out

Youth…players of 16 and 17 years of age will be competing in Bulgaria

Zidane, Luca…Zinedine’s son is goalkeeper for the French Under-17 team