|Association||Football Association of Finland|
|Head coach||Erkka V. Lehtola|
|Appearances||1 (first in 2003 )|
|Best result||Group Stage, 2003|
|Appearances||1 (first in 2002 )|
|Best result||Group Stage, 2002|
The Finland national under-17 football team represents Finland in international football competitions in the FIFA U-17 World Cup and the UEFA European Under-17 Championship, as well as any other under-17 international football tournaments. It is governed by the Football Association of Finland.
|1985||Did Not Qualify|
|2005||Did Not Qualify|
|2021||To be determined|
|2003||Did Not Qualify|
|2018||To Be Determined|
Selections for the 2020 UEFA European Under-17 Championship qualification matches during 25 September 2019 – 1 October 2019.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|GK||Mathias Ahlblad||18 February 2003||Espoo|
|GK||Hemmo Riihimäki||3 June 2003||KuPS|
|DF||Otto Kemppainen||27 October 2003||RoPS|
|DF||Matias Kivikko||15 December 2003||Honka|
|DF||Miika Koskela||12 July 2003||OLS|
|DF||Joose Mäkinen||11 February 2003||Jazz|
|DF||Jesse Nikki||28 June 2003||Honka|
|DF||Nikolas Talo||24 March 2003||Groningen|
|DF||Kalle Wallius||2 January 2003||HJK|
|MF||Lasse Ikonen||19 January 2003||OLS|
|MF||Otso Koskinen||1 January 2003||Honka|
|MF||Niklas Pyyhtiä||25 September 2003||TPS|
|MF||Niilo Saarikivi||6 June 2003||Honka|
|MF||Henri Salomaa||14 February 2003||Lecce|
|MF||Maksim Stjopin||8 April 2003||Nordsjælland|
|MF||Casper Terho||24 June 2003||HJK|
|FW||Jesse Kilo||15 January 2004||Hamburger SV|
|FW||Kai Meriluoto||2 January 2003||HJK|
|FW||Kasper Paananen||16 March 2003||Bologna|
|FW||Leo Walta||24 June 2003||Nordsjælland|
The following players have also been called up to the Finland under-17 squad and remain eligible:
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club||Latest call-up|
|GK||Eetu Huuhtanen||31 January 2003||Ilves||v. Norway, 10 September 2019|
|DF||Noa Lehtonen||26 August 2003||KPV||v. Norway, 10 September 2019|
|DF||Elias Salminen||10 April 2003||KuPS||v. Norway, 10 September 2019|
|MF||Emmanuel Patut||19 June 2003||VfL Wolfsburg||v. Moldova, 1 October 2019|
|MF||Marius Könkkölä||31 October 2003||HJK||v. Norway, 10 September 2019|
|MF||Denis Cukici||10 February 2003||HJK||v. Northern Ireland, 10 August 2019|
|MF||Niklas Leinonen||14 February 2003||KTP||v. Northern Ireland, 10 August 2019|
|FW||Onnipekka Pajula||23 June 2003||TPS||v. Northern Ireland, 10 August 2019|
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