Portugal wins the first phase of EuroU19. Portugal and Spain divide the leadership in U17

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On the third day of the European Under-17 and Under-19 Championships, the two Iberian teams are always on the crest of the wave. The big match between Portugal and Italy in the Under 17 review saw the Lusitanian dominator impose herself 7-2 and at the same time, Spain won 30-0 against Andorra. Italy, therefore, leaves the leadership and will play the last chances tomorrow against Spain. France won their first game, bending tough England 4-2. 
The Under 19 has experienced, however, very intense moments in the “clasico” Portugal-Spain, already a final announced. A total balance was unlocked by the impregnable shot of Lucas Honorio Santos who decided the match in favour of the hosts. Leite in the final set the 2-0. Shortly before, Italy won their first game against England 7-2 taking third place. Tomorrow the second phase begins the semi-finals that will decide the two finalists: at 19:00 Spain-Italy and at 21:00 Portugal-England. Best Scorer for the under 17 is Bruno Saavedra (Spain) with 15 goals while for the Under 19 is Luca Honorio Santos (Portugal) with 6 goals

The schedule is below and will always be live on World Skate Europe TV (http://europe.worldskate.tv). Italy’s matches will also be broadcast on the Italian television MS Sport and MS Channel and on the FISRTV platform (hockeypista.fisrtv.it). Portugal’s matches will also be broadcast on FPPTV (hp.fpp.pt). Spain’s matches on the FEPTV platform (www.feptv.es)

UNDER 17 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP – 3rd Matchday – 9th September 2021
ANDORRA – SPAIN = 0-30 (0-13, 0-17)
Andorra: Beal, Y.Hernandez, Bover, Farrero (C), Solanes – B.Hernandez, Sanchez, Buen, Aviles, Torrebadella – Coach: Umbert
Spain: Miro, Cervera E, Escala, Curtiellas, Martin (C) – Moncusi, Saavedra, Jansa, Mir, Vina – Coach: Cortijo
Scorers: 1p: 5’04” Saavedra (S), 5’45” Saavedra (S), 6’25” Moncusi (S), 7’10” Curtiellas (S), 8’10” Moncusi (S), 10’10” Moncusi (S), 10’37” Moncusi (S), 10’34” Saavedra (S), 10’55” Jansa (S), 14’51” Saavedra (S), 16’08” Escala (S), 16’58” Escala (S), 18’50” Cervera (S) – 2p: 0’32” Moncusi (S), 1’44” Saavedra (S), 2’01” Moncusi (S), 3’31” Cervera (S), 3’39” Saavedra (S), 5’58” Martin (S), 6’01” Saavedra (S), 8’08” Jansa (S), 8’22” Martin (S), 10’41” Saavedra (S), 12’04” Saavedra (S), 12’44” Curtiellas (S), 13’35” Saavedra (S), 13’47” Cervera (S), 14’30” Saavedra (S), 16’38” Curtiellas (S), 18’57” Jansa (S)

FRANCE – ENGLAND = 4-2 (2-1, 2-1)
France: Oliviero, Gomes, Avondo, Barois, Teixeira – Husson, Cuvellier, Allanic, Gelebart, Anouar (C) – Coach: F. Savreux
England: Allen, Richards, Swabey, Adams, Osborne – Aaltonen (C), Oakley, Allard, Lawler, Holmes – Coach: Amaral
Scorers: 1p: 4’28” Avondo (F), 6’58” Adams (E), 9’14” Barois (F) – 2p: 1’34” Adams (E), 1’47” Quinlan (F), 17’00” Allanic (F)

PORTUGAL – ITALY = 7-2 (4-0, 3-2)
Portugal: Nogueira, Pereira (C), Felipe, Oliveira, Moreira – Azevedo, Duarte, Costa, Chumbinho, Estarreja – Coach: Ferrao
Italy: Mechini, Uva, Pesavento, Colamaria, Marchetti (C) – Tognacca, Piccoli, Turturro, Bozzetto, Taiti – Coach: Giudice
Scorers: 1p: 2’49” Felipe (P), 3’57” Oliveira (P), 4’29” Oliveira (d.s.) (P), 15’19” Moreira (pen) (P) – 2p: 7’02” Costa (P), 12’13” Uva (I), 14’02” Azevedo (P), 16’49” Duarte (P), 19’07” Tognacca (pen) (I)
Penalties: 1p: 5’13” Tognacca (2′) (I), 9’47” Colamaria (2′) (I), 9’47” Nogueira (2′) (P) – 2p: 3’47” Colamaria (2′) (I), 11’24” Moreira (2′) (P)

UNDER 19 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP – 3rd Matchday – 9th September 2021
ITALY – ENGLAND = 7-2 (4-1, 3-1)
Italy: Fongaro, Agostini, Busani (C), Cardella, Cabiddu – Biasini, Cannato, Maldini Amatulli, Vecchi – Coach: Bertolucci
England: Emery-webber, Dickin P, Owen, Berry, Dickin M – Dugdale (C), Donovan, Lander, Redpath, Simpson – Coach: Amaral
Scorers: 1p: 1’42” Dickin M (E), 3’42” Busani (I), 15’17” Cabiddu (I), 21’23” Cardella (I), 22’22” Cabiddu (d.s.) (I) – 2p: 2’50” Cabiddu (I), 10’16” Cabiddu (I), 15’23” Cannato (pen) (I), 19’37” Owen (pen) (E)
Penalties: 1p: 14’48” Berry (2′) (E), 15’51” Busani (2′) (I), 16’11” Donovan (2′) (E) – 2p: 9’32” Dugdale (2′) (E), 11’42” Agostini (2′) (I) 

PORTUGAL – SPAIN = 2-0 (0-0, 2-0)
Portugal: Seixas, Honorio, Miranda (C), Sanches, Silva -Ramalho, Henriques, Martins, Leite, Vento – Coach: Vaz
Spain: Martinez, Cervera N, Domenech, Autet, Pascual – Oviedo, Aguilera, Canadillas, Verdu’, Sanchez – Coach: Macià
Scorers: 2p: 3’52” Honorio (P), 23’31” Leite (P)
Penalties: 1p: 1’35” Domenech (2′) (S)

Schedule – Pavilhao Municipal de Paredes
Tuesday 7th September 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
Under 17 – 1st matchday

h 11 – France x Spain = 0-9
h 15 – Italy x England = 14-1
h 17 – Portugal x Andorra = 16-0

Under 19 – 1st matchday
h 19 – Spain x Italy = 2-1
h 21 – Portugal x England = 12-0

Wednesday 8th September 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
Under 17 – 2nd matchday

h 11 – Spain x England = 13-0
h 15 – Andorra x Italy = 0-9
h 17 – France x Portugal = 9-2
Under 19 – 2nd matchday
h 19 – England x Spain = 2-5
h 21 – Italy x Portugal = 2-8

Thursday 9th September 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
Under 17 – 3rd matchday

h 11 – Andorra x Spain = 0-30
h 15 – France x England = 4-2
h 17 – Portugal x Italy = 7-2
STANDING: Spain 9 points (+52), Portugal 9 points (+28), Italy 6 points (+17), France 3 points (+14), England and Andorra 0
Under 19 – 3rd matchday
h 19 – Italy x England = 7-2
h 21 – Portugal x Spain = 2-0
STANDING: Portugal 9 points (+20), Spain 6 points (+2), Italy 6 (-2), England 0 (-20)

Friday 10th September 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
Under 17 – 4th matchday

h 11 – France x Andorra
h 15 – Spain x Italy
h 17 – England x Portugal
Under 19 – Semifinals
Semifinal #2 – h 19 – Spain x Italy
Semifinal #1 – h 21 – Portugal x England

Saturday 11th September 2021 (local time: Greenwich time, +1 Central Europe Time)
Under 17 – 5th matchday

h 11 – Italy x France
h 15 – England x Andorra
h 17 – Portugal x Spain
Under 19
Final 3rd-4th place – Looser Semifinal #1 x Looser Semifinal #2
Final 1st-2nd place – Winner Semifinal #1 x Winner Semifinal #2

LIVE COVERAGE
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HISTORY EURO UNDER 17
YEAR    WINNER
1981    PORTUGAL
1982    ITALY
1983    ITALY
1984    ITALY
1985    PORTUGAL
1986    PORTUGAL
1987    PORTUGAL
1988    ITALY
1989    PORTUGAL
1990    SPAIN
1991    SPAIN
1992    ITALY
1993    SPAIN
1994    SPAIN
1995    SPAIN
1996    SPAIN
1997    SPAIN
1998    PORTUGAL
1999    PORTUGAL
2000    PORTUGAL
2001    SPAIN
2002    SPAIN
2003    SPAIN
2004    SPAIN
2005    PORTUGAL
2006    SPAIN
2007    SPAIN
2008    PORTUGAL
2009    PORTUGAL
2010    SPAIN
2011    SPAIN
2012    SPAIN
2013    PORTUGAL
2014    ITALY
2015    PORTUGAL
2016    SPAIN
2017    PORTUGAL
2018    SPAIN
2019    SPAIN

RECORDS
SPAIN: 19 – last: 2019
PORTUGAL: 14 – last: 2017
ITALY: 6 – last: 2014
    
HISTORY EURO UNDER 19
YEAR    WINNER
1953    PORTUGAL
55-56    SPAIN
1957    SPAIN
1960    PORTUGAL
1962    SPAIN
1964    SPAIN
1966    SPAIN
1968    SPAIN
1969    PORTUGAL
1970    PORTUGAL
1971    PORTUGAL
1972    SPAIN
1973    SPAIN
1975    PORTUGAL
1976    PORTUGAL
1977    ITALY
1978    SPAIN
1979    SPAIN
1980    PORTUGAL
1981    SPAIN
1982    ITALY
1983    ITALY
1984    SPAIN
1985    ITALY
1986    ITALY
1987    SPAIN
1988    ITALY
1989    SPAIN
1990    ITALY
1991    ITALY
1992    PORTUGAL
1993    PORTUGAL
1994    PORTUGAL
1995    SPAIN
1996    SPAIN
1997    SPAIN
1998    SPAIN
1999    SPAIN
2000    PORTUGAL
2001    SPAIN
2002    SPAIN
2003    PORTUGAL
2004    SPAIN
2005    PORTUGAL
2006    SPAIN
2008    PORTUGAL
2010    PORTUGAL
2012    PORTUGAL
2014    PORTUGAL
2016    PORTUGAL
2018    SPAIN

RECORDS
SPAIN: 24 – last: 2018
PORTUGAL: 19 – last: 2016
ITALY: 8 – last: 1991