UEFA European Under-19 Championship
Wednesday, 9 October 2019
12pm - Germany v Andorra (Firhill Stadium, Glasgow)
7pm – Belarus v Scotland (Cappielow Park, Greenock)
Saturday, 12 October 2019
12pm – Scotland v Andorra (Dumbarton Football Stadium)
12pm – Germany v Belarus (Cappielow Park, Greenock)
Tuesday, 15 October 2019
7:05pm – Scotland v Germany (Firhill Stadium, Glasgow)
7:05pm – Andorra v Belarus (Dumbarton Football Stadium, Dumbarton)
The UEFA European Under-19 Championship Qualification round begins across the country this week.
Billy Stark’s Under-19 side begin their campaign with a clash against Belarus on Wednesday at Cappielow Park in Greenock, in what promises to be a competitive group for the youngsters.
On Saturday, Stark’s side then face a tricky fixture against Andorra in Dumbarton before heading in to the final game of the group.
Germany lay in wait for the last game, with Firhill Stadium set to stage the clash between the two sides.
Scotland v Germany on Tuesday, 15 October will be broadcast live on BBC Scotland, as the youngsters bid to qualify for the Under-19 Championships.
The Road to Qualification
The top two teams in every group, along with the third-placed side with the best record against the top two, will join top seeds Portugal in the Elite Round in Spring 2020.
The seven winning sides from the Elite Round Groups will then accompany Northern Ireland in the finals next summer.
Those finals will then act as Europe's Qualifiers for the 2021 FIFA Under-20 World Cup.
Harrison Ashby (West Ham United)
Jack Burroughs (Coventry City)
Dean Campbell (Aberdeen) PS
Ciaran Dickson (Rangers) PS
Lewis Fiorini (Manchester City)
Chris Hamilton (Cowdenbeath)* PS
Jamie Hamilton (Hamilton Academical)
Kyle Joseph (Wigan Athletic)
Kai Kennedy (Rangers)
Marc Leonard (Brighton and Hove Albion) PS
Sonny Blu Lo-Everton (Watford)
Archie Mair (Norwich City) PS
James Maxwell (Rangers)
Connor McAvoy (Fulham)
Josh McPake (Dundee)** PS
Dapo Mebude (Rangers) PS
Nathan Patterson (Rangers) PS
Luke Robinson (Wigan Athletic)
Ethan Ross (Aberdeen) PS
Ross Sinclair (Brechin City)***
* On loan from Heart of Midlothain
** On loan from Rangers
*** On loan from St Johnstone
PS - Scottish FA JD Performance School Graduate