|Nickname(s)||Yeritasardakan (youth team)|
|Association||Football Federation of Armenia|
|Head coach||Rafael Nazaryan|
|Most caps||Gevorg Ghazaryan (18)|
|Top scorer||Henrik Mkhitaryan (9)|
| Belgium 7-0 Armenia |
(Ghent; September 6, 1994)
| Armenia 4-0 San Marino |
(Yerevan; June 9, 2006)
| Sweden 10-0 Armenia |
(Lublin, Poland; October 13, 2020)
|UEFA U-21 Championship|
|Appearances||none (first in n/a)|
|Best result||2nd in qual. group, 2007|
The Armenia national under-21 football team is the youth football team of Armenia. The team is based mostly on the young players from the league and competes every two years in order to qualify for the European Under-21 Football Championship. The team played its first match in 1994, Armenia having until 1992 been part of the USSR.
The following players were called up for 2023 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification match against Faroe Islands on 3 June 2021.
Caps and goals correct as of 8 June 2021 after the match with Faroe Islands.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|GK||Harutyun Melkonyan||28 June 2001||0||0||BKMA Yerevan|
|GK||Sergey Mikaelyan||21 July 2002||0||0||BKMA Yerevan|
|GK||Arman Nersesyan||19 October 2001||2||0||BKMA Yerevan|
|DF||Erjanik Ghubasaryan||21 February 2001||4||0||Lüneburger SK Hansa|
|DF||Sergey Kochkanyan||5 May 2003||1||0||Rostov|
|DF||Karen Muradyan||1 April 2001||0||0||BKMA Yerevan|
|DF||Arman Ghazaryan||24 July 2001||1||0||BKMA Yerevan|
|DF||Petros Manukyan||8 May 2001||1||0||BKMA Yerevan|
|DF||Arsen Galstyan||1 May 2002||0||0||BKMA Yerevan|
|DF||Erik Piloyan||29 January 2001||2||0||Urartu|
|DF||Erik Simonyan||12 June 2003||0||0||Urartu|
|DF||Styopa Mkrtchyan||17 February 2003||1||0||Ararat-Armenia|
|MF||Narek Aghasaryan||15 July 2001||4||0||BKMA Yerevan|
|MF||Sergey Mkrtchyan||26 June 2001||4||0||BKMA Yerevan|
|MF||Mikayel Mirzoyan||6 February 2001||2||0||BKMA Yerevan|
|MF||Aram Khamoyan||10 January 2000||7||0||BKMA Yerevan|
|MF||Zhirayr Shaghoyan||10 April 2001||3||0||BKMA Yerevan|
|MF||Narek Alaverdyan||19 February 2002||1||0||BKMA Yerevan|
|MF||Narek Grigoryan||17 June 2001||4||0||BKMA Yerevan|
|MF||Seroj Titizian||1 February 2000||2||1||BKMA Yerevan|
|MF||Serob Galstyan||23 September 2002||1||0||Ararat|
|MF||Artur Serobyan||2 July 2003||0||0||Ararat Armenia|
|FW||German Kurbashyan||15 July 2000||4||0||TuS Rot-Weiß Koblenz|
|FW||Grenik Petrosyan||5 December 2001||2||0||BKMA Yerevan|
|FW||Levon Vardanyan||2 November 2003||2||0||BKMA Yerevan|
Players that have been called up within the past 12 months and are eligible for the 2021 European U21 Football Championship Qualifiers.
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club||Latest call-up|
|DF||Abov Avetisyan||3 October 2001||1||0||Kisvárda||v. Belarus, 26 March 2021|
|DF||Radik Sargsyan||8 June 2001||0||0||BKMA Yerevan||v. Belarus, 26 March 2021|
|MF||David Paremuzyan||2 March 2000||0||0||Lori||v. Belarus, 26 March 2021|
|MF||Gevorg Tarakhchyan||15 March 2002||2||0||Urartu||v. Belarus, 26 March 2021|
|3||Republic of Ireland||10||6||1||3||15||8||+7||19||0–0||1–2||—||4–1||1–0||3–0|
|1||Faroe Islands||1||1||0||0||2||0||+2||3||Final tournament||—||6 Sep||7 Jun '22||2 Jun '22||7 Oct||2–0|
|2||France||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||Play-offs||24 Mar '22||—||3 Jun '22||8 Oct||2 Sep||11 Nov|
|3||Serbia||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||12 Nov||12 Oct||—||3 Sep||24 Mar '22||29 Mar '22|
|4||Ukraine||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||12 Oct||29 Mar '22||16 Nov||—||7 Jun '22||7 Sep|
|5||North Macedonia||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||29 Mar '22||16 Nov||7 Sep||11 Nov||—||2 Jun '22|
|6||Armenia||1||0||0||1||0||2||−2||0||2 Sep||7 Jun '22||7 Oct||24 Mar '22||12 Oct||—|
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