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The European adventure for the Under 19 national team begins. The Azzurrini have reached Samorin, a town 25 km from Bratislava, where they will stay for the duration of the tournament. Italy, included in group A, will start on 18 June against Romania; second match on 21 against the hosts of Slovakia and, at the endFrance on June 24. Group B is made up of England, Israel, Austria and Serbia: the first two places in the two groups will guarantee access to the semi-finals that will be played on Tuesday 28 June. This edition of the European Championship also qualifies for the Fifa Under 20 World Cup, scheduled for next year in Indonesia: 5 places are allocated to Uefa, therefore the 4 semifinalists plus the fifth team from the playoffs (played on the same day as the semifinals) among the third classified in the two groups, will win the right to participate in the next Under 20 World Cup.

The coach of the Under 19 national team Carmine Nunziata today made official the list of 20 players who will participate in the Final Phase of the European category. The squad does not include Wilfried Gnonto and Giorgio Scalvini, veterans of the commitment to the senior national team in the Nations League: despite the appreciated availability expressed by the players, in fact, the clubs to which they belong (Zurich and Atalanta) have highlighted some critical issues with respect to the call-up of the players for the competition, which takes place on a date outside those indicated by FIFA for the release of players from clubs to national teams. The FIGC, therefore, respecting what the clubs represented, decided not to include them in the squad list. There will be, instead, Fabio Miretti, who in the two qualifying stages scored 3 goals and provided 4 decisive assists. After having been part of Nicolato’s Under 21 group, Miretti was given the opportunity to join the Under 19 team on June 18, the day of his debut in the tournament with Romania (live RaiSport), a match that the Juventus midfielder will see from the stands because he was forced to serve a disqualification deriving from the elite phase.

The list of those called up

Goalkeepers: Sebastiano Desplanches (Milan), Gioele Zacchi (Sassuolo);

Defenders: Diego Coppola (Hellas Verona), Alessandro Fontanarosa (Inter), Daniele Ghilardi (Hellas Verona), Gabriele Mulazzi (Juventus), Riccardo Stivanello (Bologna), Filippo Terracciano (Hellas Verona), Riccardo Turicchia (Juventus);

Midfielders: Cesare Casadei (Inter), Duccio Degli Innocenti (Empoli), Giovanni Fabbian (Inter), Giacomo Faticanti (Rome), Jacopo Fazzini (Empoli), Samuel Giovane (Atalanta), Fabio Miretti (Juventus);

Forwards: Giuseppe Ambrosino Di Bruttopilo (Naples), Tommaso Baldanzi (Empoli), Marco Nasti (Milan), Cristian Volpato (Rome).

The Groups

Group A. Slovakia, Romania, Italy, France

Group B. England, Israel, Serbia, Austria

Calendar Italy

Saturday 18th June

Slovakia-France, Trnava Stadium at 17.30

Italy-Romania, Dac Arena Dunajskà Streda at 20.00 (live Rai Sport HD)

Tuesday 21st June

Slovakia-Italy, Trnava Stadium at 17.30 (live Rai Sport HD)

Romania-France, Dac Arena Dunajskà Streda at 20.00

Friday 24th June

Romania-Slovakia, Trnava Stadium at 17.30

France-Italy, Dac Arena Dunajskà Streda at 17.30 (live Rai Sport HD)

2023 World Cup semi-finals and play offs

Tuesday 28th June

Group A winner against the second of Group B (17.00 or 20.00, Trnava Stadium or Dac Arena Dunajská Streda)

Group B winner against Group A second (17.00 or 20.00, Trnava Stadium or Dac Arena Dunajská Streda)

Play Off FIFA Under 20 World Cup

Third classified Group A against third classified Group B, NTC Senec at 17.00

Final Friday 1 July, Trnava Stadium at 20.00


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