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    Posted: 26 Nov 2018 at 4:51pm
The hosts will be appointed at the UEFA Executive Committee meeting in Dublin, Republic of Ireland on 2–3 December 2018. 

All 55 UEFA nations are eligible to enter the competition, and with the hosts (or co-hosts) qualifying automatically, a maximum of 54 (or 53 if co-hosts) teams will compete in the qualifying competition to determine the remaining 11 (or 10 if co-hosts) spots in the final tournament. The qualifying competition consists of two rounds:

Qualifying group stage: The teams are drawn into nine groups of five or six teams. Each group is played in home-and-away round-robin format. The nine group winners qualify directly for the final tournament, while the four (or two if co-hosts) best runners-up (not counting results against the sixth-placed team) advance to the play-offs.


Play-offs: The four (or two if co-hosts) teams are drawn into two (or one if co-hosts) ties to play home-and-away two-legged matches to determine the last two (or one if co-hosts) qualified teams.


The UEFA administration seeds the teams for the qualifying group stage draw and for the final draw in accordance with the UEFA Under-21 national team coefficient rankings. The draw for the qualifying group stage will be held on 11 December 2018 in Nyon, Switzerland. All qualifying matches are played on the following dates, as listed in the 2018–24 FIFA International Match Calendar. 

Qualifying group stage 
  • 18–26 March 2019 
  • 3–11 June 2019 
  • 2–10 September 2019 
  • 7–15 October 2019 
  • 11–19 November 2019 
  • 23–31 March 2020 
  • 31 August – 8 September 2020 
  • 5–13 October 2020 

 Play-offs 
  • 9–17 November 2020
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Nice one.
 
Don't suppose you know where we are seeded?
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Players born after January 1st 1998 are eligible for this campaign.

Goalkeepers
1998
Caoimhin Kelleher (Liverpool)
Conor Kearns (UCD)
Ross Treacy (Dundalk)
1999
Mark Travers (Bournemouth) 
2000
Brian Maher (St Patrick's Athletic)

Defenders
1998
Conor Masterson (Liverpool) 
Corey O'Keeffe (Birmingham City)
Barry Cotter (Ipswich Town) 
Darragh Leahy (Bohemians)
Trevor Clarke (Shamrock Rovers)
Conor McCarthy (Cork City)
Liam Scales (UCD)
Sam Todd (Finn Harps)
1999
Dara O'Shea (West Bromwich Albion) *on loan to Exeter City
Ryan Nolan (Inter Milan) 
Warren O'Hora (Brighton & Hove Albion)
Tyreke Wilson (Manchester City)
Aaron O'Driscoll (Southampton)
Corrie Ndaba (Ipswich Town)
Canice Carroll (Brentford) *on loan to Swindon Town
John Mahon (Sligo Rovers) 
James Finnerty (Bohemians)
2000
Lee O'Connor (Manchester United) 
Jordan Doherty (Sheffield United) *on loan to Tampa Bay Rowdies
James Clarke (Burnley)
Jack James (Luton Town)
Kevin Healy (West Bromwich Albion)
Andrew Lyons (Bohemians)

Midfielders
1998
Jake Doyle-Hayes (Aston Villa) *on loan to Cambridge United
Connor Ronan (Wolverhampton Wanderers) *on loan to DAC Dunajska Streda
Simon Power (Norwich City) *on loan to FC Dordrecht
Josh Barrett (Reading) 
Conor Levingston (Bohemians)
Daniel Mandroiu (Bohemians)
Robert McCourt (Bohemians)
Jamie Lennon (St. Patrick's Athletic)
JJ Lunney (Waterford) 
Zach Elbouzedi (Waterford)
1999
Jayson Molumby (Brighton & Hove Albion)
Thomas O'Connor (Southampton)
Callum Nicell (Leeds United)
Jack Clarke (Aston Villa)
Anthony Scully (West Ham United)
Neil Farrugia (UCD) 
Jack Keaney (Sligo Rovers)
Will Fitzgerald (Limerick)
Karl O'Sullivan (Limerick)
John Martin (Waterford) 
2000
Conor Coventry (West Ham United)
Will Smallbone (Southampton)
Conor Tee (Leicester City)
Jack Connolly (Sunderland)
Aaron Bolger (Shamrock Rovers) *on loan to Cardiff City
Brandon Kavanagh (Shamrock Rovers)

Forwards 
1998
Ronan Hale (Crusaders) 
Michael O'Connor (Linfield)
Aaron Drinan (Ipswich Town) *on loan to Waterford
Conor Davis (UCD) 
1999
Aidan Keena (Hearts) 
Aaron Dobbs (Longford Town)
2000
Michael Obafemi (Southampton)
Aaron Connolly (Brighton & Hove Albion) *on loan to Luton Town
Glen McAuley (Liverpool)
Jonathan Afolabi (Southampton)
Ali Regbha (Bohemians)

Players born in 2000 are available for selection for the Under-19s squad until the conclusion of that campaign. (Elite round in March 2019 or Final tournament in July 2019)


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Originally posted by Lenny82 Lenny82 wrote:

Nice one.
 
Don't suppose you know where we are seeded?

We will be 4th seeds.

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Promising squad to work with.
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Both also qualified as hosts meaning we'd most likely do the same when/if 2023 is confirmed for the United Counties of Ireland
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The draw takes place in Nyon at 8am Irish time tomorrow.

Draw pots

Pot A: Germany, England, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, France, Italy, Serbia, Croatia

Pot B: Austria, Sweden, Belgium, Slovakia, Poland, Romania, Czech Republic, Netherlands, Israel

Pot C: Greece, Ukraine, Norway, Russia, Turkey, Iceland, Wales, Switzerland, Montenegro

Pot D: Bulgaria, Finland, Republic of Ireland, Georgia, Kosovo, Scotland, FYR Macedonia, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Pot E: Northern Ireland, Albania, Moldova, Lithuania, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Cyprus

Pot F: Luxembourg, Malta, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Gibraltar, Andorra, San Marino, Liechtenstein


The draw will split the teams into eight groups of six and one of five.
The nine group winners qualify automatically for the finals.
The two runners-up with the best records against the teams first, third, fourth and fifth in their group will go into a play-off to determine the last finals berth.
Tournament co-hosts Hungary and Slovenia have both been given a bye to the finals.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote smart man Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Dec 2018 at 1:44pm
England Wales and N Ireland are different seeds than us. We could end up getting one or more of them. 
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You've displayed an excellent grasp of how the draw works; you are indeed a 'smart man'.
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A tough draw for Kenny

Italy 
Sweden
Iceland
Ireland
Armenia
Luxembourg
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Originally posted by colemanY2K colemanY2K wrote:

A tough draw for Kenny

Italy 
Sweden
Iceland
Ireland
Armenia
Luxembourg
As fourth seeds, i don't think its too bad. We should be looking to jump ahead of Iceland at the very least and challenge for second spot. 
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Originally posted by giveittochristie giveittochristie wrote:

Originally posted by colemanY2K colemanY2K wrote:

A tough draw for Kenny

Italy 
Sweden
Iceland
Ireland
Armenia
Luxembourg
As fourth seeds, i don't think its too bad. We should be looking to jump ahead of Iceland at the very least and challenge for second spot. 

Doesn't matter if we're 1st or 4th, that is a tough draw. Would be doing exceptionally well to finish second and even that's no guarantee of qualifying.
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Originally posted by colemanY2K colemanY2K wrote:

A tough draw for Kenny

Italy 
Sweden
Iceland
Ireland
Armenia
Luxembourg

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Originally posted by colemanY2K colemanY2K wrote:

Originally posted by giveittochristie giveittochristie wrote:

Originally posted by colemanY2K colemanY2K wrote:

A tough draw for Kenny

Italy 
Sweden
Iceland
Ireland
Armenia
Luxembourg
As fourth seeds, i don't think its too bad. We should be looking to jump ahead of Iceland at the very least and challenge for second spot. 

Doesn't matter if we're 1st or 4th, that is a tough draw. Would be doing exceptionally well to finish second and even that's no guarantee of qualifying.
We have pretty much zero chance of qualifying.   If Kenny gets the team playing decent football and looking like they are a better side than Iceland and Sweden then thats big progress - we should be looking to gradually move up the seeding pots so that the talented u17s/u19s groups can benefit in future.
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That u21 team beat their Italian equivalents when they were at u19 level.

Who knows how strong any of these other squads are really? I'd imagine most don't have a notion, myself included.
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