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|Association||Federação Portuguesa de Futebol (FPF)|
|Head coach||Rui Bento|
| Portugal 9–1 Faroe Islands |
(Póvoa de Varzim, Portugal; 4 November 2011)
| Portugal 0–5 Croatia |
(Bayeux, France; 24 July 2010)
|U-19 European Championship|
|Appearances||9 (first in 2003)|
|Best result||Champions (2018)|
The Portugal national under-19 football team represents Portugal in international football at this age level and is controlled by Federação Portuguesa de Futebol, the governing body for Portuguese football.
|2002||Did not qualify|
|2004||Did not qualify|
|2005||Did not qualify|
|2008||Did not qualify|
|2009||Did not qualify|
|2011||Did not qualify|
|2015||Did not qualify|
|10 October 2013||Budapest||Spain||1–1 (0–0)||Friendly||Mina 51', Ponde 90' (pen.)|
|12 October 2013||Budapest||Hungary||3–3 (2–1)||Friendly||Bobál 18', Martins 30', Helinho 43', Lopes 52' (pen.), Németh 56', Varga 90'|
|14 October 2013||Budapest||Slovakia||3–1 (2–0)||Friendly||Lopes 18' (pen.), Leško 39', Marcos Lopes 73', Silva 79'|
|14 November 2013||Tondela||Luxembourg||3–0 (2–0)||EC-Qualification||Silva (2) 7', 45', Rodrigues 70' (pen.)|
|16 November 2013||Viseu||San Marino||6–0 (3–0)||EC-Qualification||Ponde (3) 17', 35', 76', Martins 32', Santos 63', Rafa 81'|
|19 November 2013||Viseu||Norway||3:2 (2:0)||EC-Qualification||Guzzo (2) 41', 52', Rodrigues 45', Sörloth 47', Vajebah Sakor 90'|
|6 February 2014||La Manga Club||Denmark||3–0 (0–0)||Friendly||Andersen 46' (o.g.), Martins 79', Palhinha 79'|
|8 February 2014||La Manga Club||Poland||1–1 (0–0)||Friendly||Ponde 72', Formella 85'|
|10 February 2014||La Manga Club||Norway||1–0 (0–0)||Friendly||Ponde 87' (pen.)|
|19 March 2014||Rio Maior||Qatar||1–0 (1–0)||Friendly||Silva 23'|
|16 April 2014||Maia||Georgia||4–1 (3–0)||Friendly||Martins 33', Ramos 35', Rodrigues 40', Silva 70', Kikabidze 72'|
|18 April 2014||Matosinhos||Czech Republic||3–0 (1–0)||Friendly||Martins 37', Baldé 77', Intima 83'|
|20 April 2014||Póvoa Varzim||Russia||4–0 (3–0)||Friendly||Duarte 14', Intima 35', Baldé 40', Braima Candé 62'|
|23 May 2014||Matosinhos||China PR||7–1 (3–0)||Friendly||Rodrigues (2) 2', 68', Martins 4', Ramos 8', Silva (2) 48', 58', Liyu 69', Intima 75'|
|28 May 2014||Barcelos||Greece||3–0 (0–0)||EC-Qualification - Elite Round||Rodrigues 78', Santos 86', Silva 90' (pen.)|
|30 May 2014||Matosinhos||Wales||3–2 (2–0)||EC-Qualification - Elite Round||Silva 20', Lopes 33', Hedges 76', O'Sullivan 80', Rafa 89'|
|2 June 2014||Barcelos||Belgium||3–2 (0–2)||EC-Qualification - Elite Round||Gerkens 34', Schrijvers 36', Silva (2) 46', 56', Santos 86'|
|19 July 2014||Felcsút||Israel||3–0 (1–0)||European Championship - Group Stage||Lopes (2) 39', 78', Silva 64'|
|22 July 2014||Felcsút||Hungary||6–1 (2–0)||European Championship - Group Stage||Rodrigues 32' (pen.), Silva (4) 45', 66', 89', 90+2', Mervó 73', Martins 75'|
|25 July 2014||Felcsút||Austria||2–1 (1–0)||European Championship - Group Stage||Podstawski 41', Grillitsch 46', Baldé 86'|
|28 July 2014||Felcsút||Serbia||0–0 a.e.t., 4–3 pen.||European Championship - Semi-final|
|31 July 2014||Budapest||Germany||0–1 (0–1)||European Championship - Final||Hany Mukhtar 39'|
The following players have been called up to participate in the 2018 UEFA European Under-19 Championship.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Club|
|1||GK||Diogo Costa||19 September 1999 (aged 18)||Porto|
|12||GK||João Virginia||10 October 1999 (aged 18)||Everton|
|21||GK||Ricardo Benjamim||11 August 1999 (aged 18)||Deportivo de La Coruña|
|15||DF||Francisco Moura||16 August 1999 (aged 18)||Braga|
|2||DF||David Carmo||19 July 1999 (aged 18)||Braga|
|3||DF||Diogo Queirós||5 January 1999 (aged 19)||Porto|
|4||DF||Romain Correia||6 September 1999 (aged 18)||Vitória|
|5||DF||Rúben Vinagre||9 April 1999 (aged 19)||Wolves|
|14||DF||Thierry Correia||9 March 1999 (aged 19)||Sporting CP|
|13||MF||Nuno Pina||31 March 1999 (aged 19)||Sion|
|6||MF||Florentino Luís||19 August 1999 (aged 18)||Benfica|
|20||MF||Nuno Santos||2 March 1999 (aged 19)||Benfica|
|16||MF||Diogo Teixeira||20 January 1999 (aged 19)||Rio Ave|
|8||MF||Miguel Luís||27 February 1999 (aged 19)||Sporting CP|
|10||MF||Domingos Quina||18 November 1999 (aged 18)||West Ham United|
|19||FW||Elves Baldé||2 October 1999 (aged 18)||Sporting CP|
|11||FW||Mesaque Djú||18 March 1999 (aged 19)||Benfica|
|7||FW||João Filipe||30 March 1999 (aged 19)||Benfica|
|9||FW||José Gomes||8 April 1999 (aged 19)||Benfica|
|17||FW||Francisco Trincão||29 December 1999 (aged 18)||Braga|
|18||FW||Pedro Correia||12 October 1999 (aged 18)||Deportivo de La Coruña|
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