Tomorrow morning Scotland Under-19s begin their Euro 2017 Elite Round group against Austria as they eye qualification for the finals for the first time since 2006.

Over five days Ricky Sbragia’s side will play three games, also taking on Czech Republic and Hungary with the group winners advancing to the eight-team finals which takes place in July in Georgia.

Fraser Hornby, Regan Hendry and Greg Morrison have withdrawn from the original squad with Celtic’s Michael Johnston and Falkirk’s Kevin O’Hara called up.

The last time Scotland played at the finals, they finished second losing out to Spain in the final.

Czech Republic are hosting the Elite Round tournament and are streaming all of the matches online.

Click here to access the stream which will be available for Scotland’s first match tomorrow at 10am

Fixtures schedule

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Austria v Scotland – kick-off 10am

Zlin, Letna

Hungary v Czech Republic – kick-off 4pm

Uherske Hradiste City Stadium

Friday, 24 March 2017

Austria v Hungary – kick-off 10am

Uherske Hradiste City Stadium

Czech Republic v Scotland – kick-off 4pm

Zlin, Letna

Monday, 27 March 2017

Czech Republic v Austria – kick-off 6pm

Uherske Hradiste City Stadium

Scotland v Hungary – kick-off 6pm

Zlin, Letna

* All kick-offs UK time

Scotland Under-19 squad


Robby McCrorie (Rangers)

Ross Doohan (Celtic)


Anthony Ralston (Celtic)

Harry Souttar (Stoke City)

Ross McCrorie (Rangers - on loan to Dumbarton)

Tony Gallacher (Falkirk)

Ryan Porteous (Hibernian - on loan to Edinburgh City)

Daniel Harvie (Aberdeen - on loan to Dumbarton)


Liam Burt (Rangers)

Ethan Hamilton (Manchester United)

Mark Hill (Celtic)

Michael Johnston (Celtic)

Kevin O'Hara (Falkirk)

Scott Allardice (Dundee United)

Iain Wilson (Kilmarnock)


Oliver Shaw (Hibernian - on loan to Stenhousemuir)

Theo Archibald (Celtic - on loan to Albion Rovers)

Fraser Preston (Sheffield Wednesday)