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2015 UEFA tournaments: Winners and highlights

Sweden's Women's U19 triumph brought to an end another busy summer of UEFA tournaments in which Spain's sides starred: see who won what and watch highlights of each final.

Watch Stina Blackstenius' two first-half goals propel Sweden towards their second title in Israel in the final against Spain.

NATIONAL TEAMS

22 May: UEFA European Under-17 Championship
France 4-1 Germany; Burgas, Bulgaria

Odsonne Edouard's final hat-trick
Odsonne Edouard's final hat-trick

30 June: UEFA European Under-21 Championship
Sweden 0-0 Portugal (4-3 pens); Prague, Czech Republic

Sweden's penalty glory
Sweden's penalty glory

4 July: UEFA European Women's Under-17 Championship
Spain 5-2 Switzerland; Reykjavik, Iceland

Spain cruise to title
Spain cruise to title

19 July: UEFA European Under-19 Championship
Spain 2-0 Russia; Katerini, Greece

Spain secure another success
Spain secure another success

27 July: UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship
Sweden 3-1 Spain; Netanya, Israel

Stina Blackstenius inspires Sweden
Stina Blackstenius inspires Sweden

Titles not contested in 2015:
UEFA European Championship (next final: 2016, France)
Holders: Spain (2012)

UEFA European Women's Championship (next final: 2017, Netherlands)
Holders: Germany (2013)

UEFA European Futsal Championship (next final: 2016, Serbia)
Holders: Italy (2014)

World titles won/to be contested in 2015:
FIFA Women's World Cup (Canada): United States
FIFA U-20 World Cup (New Zealand): Serbia
FIFA U-17 World Cup (Chile): 17 October–8 November

CLUBS/REGIONAL TEAMS

13 April: UEFA Youth League
Chelsea 3-2 Shakhtar Donetsk; Nyon, Switzerland

Chelsea take the title
Chelsea take the title

28 April: UEFA Futsal Cup
Kairat Almaty 3-2 Barcelona; Lisbon, Portugal

Kairat dethrone Barcelona
Kairat dethrone Barcelona

14 May: UEFA Women's Champions League
FFC Frankfurt 2-1 Paris Saint-Germain; Berlin, Germany

Frankfurt make it four
Frankfurt make it four


27 May: UEFA Europa League
Sevilla 3-2 Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk; Warsaw, Poland

Sevilla triumph again
Sevilla triumph again

6 June: UEFA Champions League
Barcelona 3-1 Juventus; Berlin, Germany

Barcelona star in Berlin
Barcelona star in Berlin

4 July: UEFA Regions' Cup
Eastern Region IRL 1-0 Zagreb; Dublin, Republic of Ireland

Ireland's representatives lifted the trophy in Dublin
Ireland's representatives lifted the trophy in Dublin©Sportsfile


Barcelona play Sevilla for the UEFA Super Cup on 11 August in Tbilisi, Georgia
Barcelona will represent UEFA at the FIFA Club World Cup in Japan (10–20 December)

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