Home » Sport » Croatia U-17 Draw Slovakia, Austria, Sweden And Switzerland At EURO

Croatia U-17 Draw Slovakia, Austria, Sweden And Switzerland At EURO

Croatia has been drawn in the same group as hosts Slovakia, Austria, Sweden and Switzerland for the European U-17 Championships after the draw was made yesterday in Slovakia.

Ivan Gudelj’s side, which includes Alen Halilovic (above) and Marko Dabro, two players on the radar of some of the biggest clubs in Europe, will play their group matches on 5,8 and 11 May.

The Euros will also act as a qualifier for the U-17 FIFA World Cup which will be held in the United Arab Emirates from 17 October to 8 November this year, with the top three teams from each group qualifying. The U-17 Euro final will be played in Slovakia on 17 May.

Share on:
0 / 5 (0 votes)

Sign up to receive the Croatia Week Newsletter

Related Posts

Croatian Museum of Illusions Opens in Vienna

The popular Croatian Museum of Illusions has expanded into Austria with the opening of a museum in Vienna. The Museum of Illusions, which first opened in Zagreb in 2015 and since has opened in Zadar on the Dalmatian coast and in the Slovenian city of Ljubljana, has now opened in Vienna. More than 70 different...

19 Years Ago Today Croatia Wins Bronze at 1998 FIFA World Cup

11 July will forever be etched in Croatian football history as it is the date which the nation achieved its biggest ever success – bronze at the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France. 19 years ago, on the night of 11 July 1998, Croatia lifted themselves from a heart-breaking 2-1 semi-final loss against France to...

Croatia Airlines Starts Connecting 4 New Destinations Today

The first Croatia Airlines service between the Swedish and Croatian capitals touched down in Zagreb today. Croatia Airlines began its new Zagreb – Stockholm service on Friday 19 May 2017, a route which will operate three times weekly (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays) until 13 October 2017. Photos from the first flight from Stockholm landing at Zagreb...

Croatian Island of Lošinj to Host Mountain Bike World Cup

Croatia will host its biggest mountain bike event ever next year. Union Cycliste Internationale have announced that the island of Lošinj will host a World Cup in 2018. Lošinj will play host to the first rond fo the 2018 World Cup in April next year. Around 300 mountain bikers from all over the world will...