Sokoli (The Falcons)
|Association||Slovenský futbalový zväz|
|Head coach||Marek Bažík|
|Appearances||1 (first in 2013 )|
|Best result||Semi-finals: 2013|
|FIFA U-17 World Cup|
|Appearances||1 (first in 2013)|
|Best result||Round of 16: 2013|
The Slovakia national under-17 football team, controlled by the Slovak Football Association, is Slovakia's national under-17 football team and is considered to be a feeder team for the Slovakia U18 team.
|FIFA U-17 World Cup record|
|1993||Country part of Czechoslovakia|
|1995||Did not qualify|
|2013||Round of 16||4||1||1||2||7||12|
|2015||Did not qualify|
|2021||To be determined|
|List of FIFA U-17 World Cup matches|
|2013||Round 1||Brazil 6 – 1 Slovakia||Loss||Vavro|
|Round 1||Slovakia 2 – 2 Honduras||Draw||Vestenický (2)|
|Round 1||Slovakia 2 – 0 United Arab Emirates||Win||Vestenický (2)|
|Round of 16||Uruguay 4 – 2 Slovakia||Loss||Vestenický, Siplak|
|2002||Did not qualify||–|
|2003||Did not qualify||–|
|2004||Did not qualify||–|
|2005||Elite qualifying stage||–|
|2006||Elite qualifying stage||–|
|2007||Elite qualifying stage||–|
|2008||Elite qualifying stage||–|
|2009||First qualifying stage||–|
|2010||Elite qualifying stage||–|
|2011||Elite qualifying stage||–|
|2012||First qualifying stage||–|
|2014||First qualifying stage||–|
|2015||Elite qualifying stage||–|
|2016||Elite qualifying stage||–|
|2017||Elite qualifying stage||–|
|2018||Elite qualifying stage||–|
|2019||Elite qualifying stage||–|
|List of UEFA Euro U-17 matches|
|2013||Round 1||Slovakia 1 – 0 Austria||Win||Slaninka|
|Round 1||Slovakia 2 – 2 Switzerland||Draw||Varga, Slaninka|
|Round 1||Sweden 0 – 0 Slovakia||Draw|
|Semi-finals||Slovakia 0 – 2 Italy||Loss|
|Pos||Team||Pld||W||D||L||GF||GA||GD||Pts||Group stage result|
|1||Brazil||3||3||0||0||15||2||+13||9||Advanced to knockout stage|
|4||United Arab Emirates (H)||3||0||0||3||2||10||−8||0|
| Mosquito 17', 30' (pen.), 70'|
Nathan 45+2', 51'
|Vestenický 48', 57'||Report|| Flores 20'|
|1||Germany (H)||3||2||1||0||7||2||+5||7||Final tournament|
The following 21 players have been called up for the 2013 FIFA U-17 World Cup.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|1||GK||Martin Junas||March 9, 1996||5||0||FK Senica|
|12||GK||Juraj Semanko||January 2, 1996||0||0||1. FC Slovácko|
|21||GK||Marek Rodák||December 13, 1996||0||0||Fulham|
|3||DF||Denis Vavro||April 10, 1996||4||1||Žilina|
|6||DF||Michal Vodecký||August 22, 1996||3||0||Banská Bystrica|
|14||DF||Michal Sipľak||February 2, 1996||0||0||Slovan Bratislava|
|15||DF||Šimon Kupec||February 11, 1996||4||0||Banská Bystrica|
|16||DF||Andrej Kadlec||February 2, 1996||4||0||Žilina|
|18||DF||Attila Varga||April 11, 1996||5||1||Juventus|
|19||DF||Juraj Chvátal||July 13, 1996||1||0||Senica|
|2||MF||Marek Rajník||September 22, 1996||0||0||Senica|
|4||MF||Martin Slaninka||March 26, 1996||4||2||Žilina|
|7||MF||Miroslav Káčer||February 2, 1996||5||0||Žilina|
|8||MF||Jakub Grič||July 5, 1996||5||0||Michalovce|
|10||MF||Jakub Hromada||May 25, 1996||1||0||Juventus|
|11||MF||Filip Lesniak||May 14, 1996||5||0||Tottenham Hotspur|
|17||MF||Lukáš Haraslín (captain)||May 26, 1996||5||0||Parma|
|20||MF||Nikolas Špalek||February 12, 1997||5||2||Nitra|
|5||FW||Matej Lovás||January 31, 1996||0||0||Ružomberok|
|9||FW||Tomáš Vestenický||April 6, 1996||5||5||Nitra|
|13||FW||Lukáš Čmelík||April 13, 1996||5||0||Žilina|
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