Sweden national under-17 football team

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Sweden Under-17
Nickname(s) Blågult (The Blue-Yellow)
Association Svenska Fotbollförbundet
Confederation UEFA (Europe)
Head coachViktor Eriksson (Team 2004)
Roger Franzén (Team 2005)
Christofer Augustsson
(Team 2006)
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First colours
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First international
U16
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 3–1 Sweden  Flag of Sweden.svg
(Tårnby, Denmark; 5 September 1964)
U17
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(Vejle, Denmark; 1 August 2001)
UEFA U-17 Championship
Appearances12 appearances (first in 1985 )
Best resultSemi-finals (2013)
FIFA U-17 World Cup
Appearances1 appearance (first in 2013 )
Best resultThird place (2013)

The Sweden national under-17 football team (Swedish : svenska pojklandslaget i fotboll) is the football team representing Sweden in competitions for under-17-year-old players. The Swedish U17 team came into existence following the realignment of the UEFA European Under-16 Championship, which changed to be an under-17 competition in 2002.

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In the 2013 UEFA European Under-17 Championship, Sweden reached the semi-finals where they were knocked out on penalties by Russia. [1] In the 2013 FIFA U-17 World Cup they finished in third place after beating Argentina with 4–1 in the third-place match. Valmir Berisha scored three goals in the match and thus became the top scorer of the tournament. [2]

Competitive record

  Champions    Runners-up    Third place    Fourth place  0000 Tournament held on home soil  

FIFA World Cup

Under-16 era

FIFA U-16 World Championship record FIFA U-16 World Championship qualification record
YearRoundPositionPldWDLGFGAPldWDLGFGA
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg 1985 Did not qualify12642126
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg 1987 201134
Flag of Scotland.svg 1989 201124
TotalNever qualified0/3000000166641714

Under-17 era

FIFA U-17 World Cup record FIFA U-17 World Cup qualification record
YearRoundPositionPldWDLGFGAPldWDLGFGA
Flag of Italy.svg 1991 Did not qualify531172
Flag of Japan (1870-1999).svg 1993 4004114
Flag of Ecuador.svg 1995 631276
Flag of Egypt.svg 1997 210121
Flag of New Zealand.svg 1999 5302127
Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg 2001 211031
Flag of Finland.svg 2003 3102104
Flag of Peru.svg 2005 311132
Flag of South Korea (1997-2011).svg 2007 6123812
Flag of Nigeria.svg 2009 310244
Flag of Mexico.svg 2011 301204
Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg 2013 Third place3rd7412151110550195
Flag of Chile.svg 2015 Did not qualify6123312
Flag of India.svg 2017 6303148
Flag of Brazil.svg 2019 93151618
Flag of Peru.svg 2021 CancelledCancelled
Flag of Peru.svg 2023 To be determined
TotalBest: Third place1/157412151173271531109100

UEFA European Championship

Under-16 era

UEFA European Under-16 Championship record UEFA European Under-16 Championship qualification record
YearRoundPositionPldWDLGFGAPldWDLGFGA
Flag of Italy.svg 1982 Did not qualify633082
Flag of Germany.svg 1984 631244
Flag of Hungary.svg 1985 Group stage6th320187403137
Flag of Greece.svg 1986 Group stage14th301204211042
Flag of France.svg 1987 Did not qualify201134
Flag of Spain.svg 1988 Group stage5th312032211083
Flag of Denmark.svg 1989 Did not qualify201124
Flag of East Germany.svg 1990 Group stage7th312063220073
Flag of Switzerland.svg 1991 Group stage8th320121211051
Flag of Cyprus (1960-2006).svg 1992 Did not qualify210123
Flag of Turkey.svg 1993 4004114
Flag of Ireland.svg 1994 410345
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg 1995 Quarter-finals8th411236220040
Flag of Austria.svg 1996 Did not qualify210135
Flag of Germany.svg 1997 210121
Flag of Scotland.svg 1998 Group stage13th302124321085
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg 1999 Group stage12th310235220092
Flag of Israel.svg 2000 Did not qualify310234
Flag of England.svg 2001 211031
TotalBest: Quarter-finals8/19258892732542314178370

Under-17 era

UEFA European Under-17 Championship record UEFA European Under-17 Championship qualification record
YearRoundPositionPldWDLGFGAPldWDLGFGA
Flag of Denmark.svg 2002 Did not qualify200203
Flag of Portugal.svg 2003 3102104
Flag of France.svg 2004 301215
Flag of Italy.svg 2005 311132
Flag of Luxembourg.svg 2006 62221210
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg 2007 6123812
Flag of Turkey.svg 2008 6222912
Flag of Germany.svg 2009 310244
Flag of Liechtenstein.svg 2010 632194
Flag of Serbia.svg 2011 301204
Flag of Slovenia.svg 2012 632183
Flag of Slovakia.svg 2013 Semi-finals3rd4130216420174
Flag of Malta.svg 2014 Did not qualify611439
Flag of Bulgaria.svg 2015 6123312
Flag of Azerbaijan.svg 2016 Quarter-finals6th4202336321106
Flag of Croatia.svg 2017 Did not qualify6303148
Flag of England.svg 2018 Quarter-finals8th4202436240122
Flag of Ireland.svg 2019 Group stage15th3003396312139
Flag of Estonia.svg 2020 Cancelled320177
Flag of Cyprus.svg 2021 Cancelled
Flag of Israel.svg 2022 To be determined
TotalBest: Semi-finals4/1815537121692332534143120

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References

  1. "Sverige föll efter straffrysare mot Ryssland" (in Swedish). Svenskfotboll. Retrieved 8 November 2013.
  2. "Svenskt VM-brons – hattrick av Berisha" (in Swedish). Svenskfotboll. Retrieved 8 November 2013.