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|Association||Austrian Football Association|
|Head coach||Hermann Stadler|
|Appearances||2 (first in 1997 )|
|Best result||Group stage, 1997, 2013|
|Appearances||5 (first in 2003 )|
|Best result||Third place, 2003|
The Austria national under-17 football team represents Austria in international football at this age level and is controlled by the Austrian Football Association, the governing body for football in Austria.
|1985 to 1995||Did not qualify|
|1999 to 2011||Did not qualify|
|2015 to 2019||Did not qualify|
|2021||To be determined|
|2002||Did not qualify|
|2005 to 2012||Did not qualify|
|2014||Did not qualify|
|2017||Did not qualify|
Head coach: Manfred Zsak
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|1||GK||Fabian Ehmann||August 28, 1998 (aged 20)||AKA STMK - Sturm Graz|
|4||DF||Boris Basara||February 22, 1998 (aged 21)||Admira Wacker|
|5||DF||Raphael Nageler||May 18, 1998 (aged 20)||Barcelona|
|6||DF||Aleksandar Skrbic||October 29, 1998 (aged 20)||Rapid Wien|
|7||MF||Albin Ramadani||January 15, 1998 (aged 21)||SV Ried Amateure/Neuhofen|
|8||MF||Kevin Danso||September 19, 1998 (aged 20)||FC Augsburg|
|9||FW||Arnel Jakupovic||May 29, 1998 (aged 20)||Austria Wien|
|10||MF||Samuel Oppong||May 12, 1998 (aged 20)||Rapid Wien|
|12||FW||Oliver Filip||January 15, 1998 (aged 21)||Red Bull Salzburg|
|13||MF||Anes Omerovic||May 20, 1998 (aged 20)||Aston Villa|
|14||MF||Maximilian Wöber||February 4, 1998 (aged 21)||Rapid Wien|
|15||DF||Paul Sahanek||September 8, 1998 (aged 20)||Rapid Wien|
|16||DF||Jan Heilmann||March 16, 1998 (aged 21)||Rapid Wien|
|17||DF||Niklas Kölbl||April 3, 1998 (aged 21)||SV Ried|
|18||DF||Florian Prirsch||September 11, 1998 (aged 20)||Dornbirn|
|19||FW||Patrick Schmidt||July 22, 1998 (aged 20)||Admira Wacker|
|20||MF||Sandi Lovrić||March 28, 1998 (aged 21)||Sturm Graz|
|21||GK||Dominik Krischke||May 21, 1998 (aged 20)||Austria Wien|
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