(The Little Eagle-Owls)
|Association||Football Association of Finland|
|Head coach||Juha Malinen|
| Finland 1–3 Sweden |
(Vaasa, Finland; 11 August 1976)
|UEFA U-21 Championship|
|Appearances||1 (first in 2009 )|
|Best result||Group stage|
The Finnish national under-21 football team is the national under-21 football team of Finland. The team qualified for the UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship final tournament in 2009.
The following players have been called-up for the 2021 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification against Malta on 17 November 2020.
Caps and goals as of 17 November 2020 after the match against Malta.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|1||GK||Viljami Sinisalo||11 October 2001||1||0||Ayr United|
|12||GK||Hugo Keto||9 February 1998||14||0||HJK|
|2||DF||Aapo Halme (captain)||22 May 1998||18||0||Barnsley|
|3||DF||Martti Haukioja||6 March 1999||6||0||Inter Turku|
|4||DF||Mikael Almén||8 March 2000||2||0||Ilves|
|5||DF||Juho Hyvärinen||27 March 2000||10||0||RoPS|
|14||DF||Robin Tihi||16 March 2002||5||0||AIK|
|15||DF||Matias Vainionpää||2 October 2001||4||0||SJK|
|19||DF||Aapo Mäenpää||14 January 1998||7||0||IFK Mariehamn|
|6||MF||Miko Virtanen||29 January 1999||6||0||Arbroath|
|7||MF||Kevin Kouassivi-Benissan||25 January 1999||3||0||Inter Turku|
|10||MF||Naatan Skyttä||7 May 2002||3||1||Ilves|
|16||MF||Lucas Lingman||25 January 1998||14||0||HJK|
|18||MF||Jasin-Amin Assehnoun||26 December 1998||13||2||FC Lahti|
|21||MF||Niilo Mäenpää||14 January 1998||6||0||IFK Mariehamn|
|9||FW||Benjamin Källman||17 June 1998||21||13||Inter Turku|
|13||FW||Eetu Vertainen||11 May 1999||14||1||HJK|
|17||FW||Timo Stavitski||17 July 1999||5||1||Maastricht|
|20||FW||Tobias Fagerström||12 July 2000||3||0||Hamburger SV II|
|22||FW||Enoch Banza||4 February 2000||6||0||RoPS|
The following players have also been called up to the Finland under-21 squad and remain eligible:
|Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club||Latest call-up|
|GK||Will Jääskeläinen||9 February 1998||8||0||Crewe Alexandra||v. Denmark, 13 October 2020|
|GK||Rasmus Leislahti||June 16, 2000||1||0||VPS||v. Denmark, 13 October 2020|
|DF||Jonas Häkkinen||21 March 1999||4||0||FC Haka||v. Denmark, 13 October 2020|
|DF||Juhani Pikkarainen||30 July 1998||8||1||TPS||v. Ukraine, 8 September 2020|
|DF||Joonas Sundman||20 January 1998||10||0||SJK||v. Romania, 14 November 2019|
|DF||Tuukka Andberg||1 May 1998||0||0||HIFK||v. Northern Ireland, 10 September 2019|
|DF||Kalle Katz INJ||4 January 2000||3||0||RoPS||v. Northern Ireland, 10 September 2019|
|DF||Ville Tikkanen||8 August 1999||0||0||SJK||v. Sweden, 11 June 2019|
|DF||Valtteri Vesiaho||10 February 1999||0||0||KTP||v. Bulgaria, 25 March 2019|
|MF||Onni Valakari||18 August 1999||13||4||Pafos||v. Malta, 17 November 2020|
|MF||Jaakko Oksanen INJ||7 November 2000||11||0||Wimbledon||v. Malta, 17 November 2020|
|MF||Kaan Kairinen||22 December 1998||19||4||Lillestrøm||v. Denmark, 13 October 2020|
|MF||Joel Mattsson||17 March 1999||2||0||HIFK||v. Denmark, 14 October 2019|
|MF||Abukar Mohamed||1 January 1999||2||0||Karpaty Lviv||v. Northern Ireland, 10 September 2019|
|MF||Teemu Jäntti||2 March 2000||2||0||FC Lahti||v. Sweden, 11 June 2019|
|MF||Eemeli Virta||28 September 2000||0||0||FC Lahti||v. Sweden, 11 June 2019|
|FW||Mikael Soisalo||24 April 1998||20||2||Zulte Waregem||v. Malta, 17 November 2020|
|FW||Saku Ylätupa||4 August 1999||12||1||IFK Mariehamn||v. Malta, 17 November 2020|
|FW||Serge Atakayi||30 January 1999||2||0||SJK||v. Malta, 17 November 2020|
|FW||Marcus Forss||18 June 1999||5||2||Brentford||v. Denmark, 13 October 2020|
|FW||Nikolas Saira||11 February 1999||0||0||HIFK||v. Sweden, 11 June 2019|
|FW||Lassi Lappalainen||24 August 1998||7||3||CF Montreal||v. Lithuania, 16 October 2018|
|Head coach||Juha Malinen|
|Assistant coach||Martin Foyston|
|Assistant coach||Joaquin Gomez|
|Goalkeeping coach||Mikko Kavén|
|Video analyst||Jouko Kylmäoja|
|Kit manager||Timo Naukkarinen|
|Team manager||Joonas Vilkki|
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