|Nickname(s)||Tricolorii (The Tricolours)|
|Association||Federația Română de Fotbal|
|Head coach||Daniel Oprescu (U-19)|
Adrian Văsâi (U-18)
The Romania national under-19 football team represents Romania in international football at this age level and is controlled by Federația Română de Fotbal, the governing body for football in Romania.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Club|
|1||GK||Răzvan Sava||29 June 2002|
|12||GK||Otto Hindrich||5 August 2002|
|2||DF||Darius Grosu||7 June 2002|
|13||DF||Andrei Iana||31 January 2002|
|15||DF||David Tălmaciu||28 June 2002|
|-||DF||Mădălin Pascu||13 January 2002|
|5||DF||Ionuț Mitran||9 March 2002|
|16||DF||Alexandru Chilili||1 August 2002|
|11||DF||Alexandru Sima||15 February 2002|
|4||MF||Ștefan Stefanovici||20 February 2002|
|6||MF||Ovidiu Perianu||16 April 2002|
|-||MF||Octavian Popescu||27 December 2002|
|-||MF||Ștefan Pănoiu||23 September 2002|
|19||MF||Botond Szondi||26 June 2002|
|19||MF||Marian Danciu||24 April 2002|
|21||MF||Ioan Borcea||6 July 2002|
|22||MF||Ahmed Bani||22 August 2002|
|17||MF||Ștefan Baiaram||31 December 2002|
|10||MF||Alexi Pitu||5 June 2002|
|-||FW||Andrei Istrate||15 March 2002|
|7||FW||Ianis Stoica||8 December 2002|
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Win Draw Loss
|7 February 2020La Manga Tournament|| Norway ||3–2||La Manga, Spain|
|9 February 2020La Manga Tournament|| Portugal ||2–1||La Manga, Spain|
|11 February 2020La Manga Tournament|| Turkey ||2–3||La Manga, Spain|
|5 September 2020 Unofficial friendly|| Romania ||3–2||Buftea, Romania|
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