Previous Spain-England U17 EURO finals

Spain and England will meet in a UEFA European Under-17 Championship final on Friday for the third time – UEFA.com looks back at what happened in 2007 and 2010.

Spain's Bojan Krkić celebrates after scoring against England in the 2007 final in Belgium
Spain's Bojan Krkić celebrates after scoring against England in the 2007 final in Belgium ©Sportsfile

13 May 2007: Spain 1-0 England (Bojan 48)
Six-time winners of the UEFA European Under-16 Championship, Spain claimed their first U17 title in Belgium ten years ago. Bojan Krkić, UEFA.com's 2007 Golden Player, decided a tight contest with a low shot from the edge of the penalty area. A fine fingertip save from David de Gea just after the hour preserved Spain's lead.

30 May 2010: Spain 1-2 England (Deulofeu 22; Wisdom 30, Wickham 42)
A powerful finish from our Golden Player Connor Wickham completed the comeback as England recovered from a goal down to capture their first U17 crown. Victory at the Rheinpark Stadion in Vaduz rounded off a perfect campaign of 11 successive wins for John Peacock's side.

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