U21 European Championships in Hungary and Slovenia: participants, venues, Germany’s opponents

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Participants, venues & Co.

“We have been working towards the European Championship with our team for the past one and a half years and are now looking forward to the start,” said German U21 national coach Stefan Kuntz during his squad announcement last Monday. The U21 European Championship 2021 starts in Hungary in a few days – on Wednesday, the teams in Group B will play against each other at 6 p.m., with one host Slovenia playing against Spain and the Czech Republic against Italy. The DFB selection starts on Wednesday evening against the second host Hungary in the tournament.

For the first time in history, 16 teams will take part in the finals of the U21 European Championship this year. In addition to the two hosts Slovenia and Hungary, the winners and runners-up of the respective qualification groups qualified. The two best teams in each of the four groups of four make it to the quarter-finals. “Our clear goal is to qualify for the final round in summer, even if we know that it will be a big challenge,” said Kuntz.

The most valuable players of the U21 European Championship 2021

31 Ridle Baku (Germany / Wolfsburg): € 17 million

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30 Teun Koopmeiners (Niederlande / Alkmaar): 17.5 Mio. €

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27 Riqui Puig (Spanien / Barcelona): € 18 million

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27 Eddie Nketiah (England / Arsenal): 18 Mio. €

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27 Justin Kluivert (Netherlands / Leipzig): € 18 million

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21 Marc Cucurella (Spain / Getafe): 20 Mio. €

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21 Eberechi Eze (England / Palace): 20 Mio. €

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21 Noa Lang (Netherlands / Bruges): € 20 million

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21 Max Aarons (England/Norwich): 20 Mio. €

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21 Amine Gouiri (France / Nice): € 20 million

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21 Ryan Sessegnon (England / Hoffenheim): € 20 million

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20 Dwight McNeil (England/Burnley): 22 Mio. €

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19 Boubakary Soumaré (Frankreich / Lille): 23 Mio. €

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14 Ben Godfrey (England/Everton): 25 Mio. €

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14 Sven Botman (Netherlands / Lille): 25 million. €

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14 Mattéo Guendouzi (France / Hertha): € 25 million

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14 Trincão (Portugal / Barcelona): 25 Mio. €

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14 Benoît Badiashile (France / Monaco): € 25 million

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12 Jonathan Ikoné (France / Lille): € 28 million

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12 Rafael Leão (Portugal / Milan): 28 Mio. €

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10 Wesley Fofana (France / Leicester): € 30 million

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10 Curtis Jones (England/Liverpool): 30 Mio. €

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8 Boubacar Kamara (France / Marseille): € 32 million

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8 Sandro Tonali (Italy / Milan): € 32 million

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7 Ibrahima Konaté (France / Leipzig): € 35 million

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6 Callum Hudson-Odoi (England/Chelsea): 35 Mio. €

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5 Moussa Diaby (France / Leverkusen): € 38 million

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3 Houssem Aouar (Frankreich / Lyon): 50 Mio. €

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3 Mason Greenwood (England/Man United): 50 Mio. €

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1 Jules Koundé (France / Seville): € 60 million

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1 Eduardo Camavinga (France / Rennes): € 60 million

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The following field of participants results, divided into four groups:

Group a: Hungary, Germany, Romania, the Netherlands

Group B: Slovenia, Spain, Czech Republic, Italy

Group C: Russia, Iceland, France, Denmark

Group D: Portugal, Croatia, England, Switzerland

The venues for the U21 European Championship in Hungary and Slovenia

The game is played in eight different stadiums, four in each country.

In Slovenia, games take place in these arenas:

  • Stadium Ljudski Vrt, Maribor (3 x Group B, quarter-finals, semi-finals)
  • Celje Stadium, Celje (3 x Group B)
  • Stožice Stadium, Ljubljana (2 x Group D, 1 x Group B, quarter-finals, final)
  • Bonifika Stadium, Koper (4 x Group D)

In Hungary the following stadiums are played:

  • Sóstó Arena, Székesfehérvár (3 x Gruppe A, Viertelfinale, Halbfinale)
  • Bozsik Arena, Budapest (3 x Group A, Viertelfinale)
  • Progress Stadium, Szombathely (3 x Gruppe C)
  • Gyirmóti Stadium, Győr (3 x Gruppe C)

With Moukoko, without Wirtz: The DFB squad for the U21 European Championship

GOAL: Markus Schubert (Eintracht Frankfurt)

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Market value: 1.8 million euros

Lennart Grill (Bayer Leverkusen)

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Market value: 1.5 million euros

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Market value: 700,000 euros

DEFENSE: Ridle Baku (VfL Wolfsburg)

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Market value: 17 million euros

Ismail Jakobs (1. FC Cologne)

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Market value: 5 million euros

Amos Pieper (Arminia Bielefeld)

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Market value: 4.5 million euros

Josha Vagnoman (Hamburger SV)

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Market value: 4 million euros

Nico Schlotterbeck (Union Berlin)

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Market value: 4 million euros

David Room (Greuther Fürth)

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Market value: 3 million euros

Malick Thiaw (Schalke 04)

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Market value: 2 million euros

Maxim Leitsch (VfL Bochum)

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Market value: 2 million euros

Stephan Ambrosius (Hamburger SV)

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Market value: 1.5 million euros

MIDDLE FIELD / ATTACK: Youssoufa Moukoko (Borussia Dortmund)

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Market value: 10 million euros

Mërgim Berisha (RB Salzburg)

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Market value: 10 million euros

Lukas Nmecha (RSC Anderlecht)

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Market value: 8 million euros

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Market value: 7 million euros

Arne Maier (Arminia Bielefeld)

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Market value: 5 million euros

Mateo Klimowicz (VfB Stuttgart)

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Market value: 5 million euros

Florian Krüger (Ore Mountains Aue)

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Market value: 4 million euros

Jonathan Burkardt (Mainz 05)

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Market value: 3.5 million euros

Vitaly Janelt (FC Brentford)

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Market value: 3.5 million euros

Salih Özcan (1. FC Köln)

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Market value: 2.7 million euros

Anton Stach (Greuther Fürth)

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Market value: 500,000 euros

Substitution in case of concussions: special features of the U21 European Championship

In addition to the larger field of participants, this U21 European Championship has some special features. The tournament will not be played in one piece as usual: The group phase will take place first in the coming week, from March 24th to 31st. The knockout round follows around two months later from May 31 to June 6. The preliminary round games take place without spectators, nothing has yet been decided on the knockout phase.

In addition, the UEFA Executive Committee has approved the introduction of a concussion substitution test procedure for the 2021 finals. In accordance with Protocol A drawn up by the International Football Association Board (IFAB), both teams are allowed to make one concussion substitution per game, “regardless of the number of substitutes already used”, as stated on the UEFA website.

The association continued: “Changes due to concussions are added to the number of normal substitutions; It does not matter whether or not the normal substitution quota has already been used up at the time of substitution due to a concussion. However, in the event of a substitution due to a concussion, players who have already been substituted may not be substituted on. “

The best players of the U21 European Championships

1978: Vahid Halilhodzic (Yugoslavia, photo from 1976)

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1980: Anatoliy Demyanenko (Soviet Union, photo from 1982)

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1982: Rudi Völler (FRG, photo from 1983)

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1984: Mark Hateley (England)

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1986: Manolo Sanchís (Spain, photo from 1988)

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1988: Laurent Blanc (France, photo from 1992)

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1990: Davor Suker (Yugoslavia, photo from 1992)

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1992: Renato Buso (Italien)

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1994: Luís Figo (Portugal, Foto von 1996)

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1996: Fabio Cannavaro (Italien, Photo von 1997)

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1998: Francesc Arnau (Spain, Photo of 1999)

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2000: Andrea Pirlo (Italy, photo from 1999)

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2002: Petr Cech (Czech Republic)

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2004: Alberto Gilardino (Italien)

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2006: Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Netherlands)

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2007: Royston Drenthe (Netherlands)

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2009: Marcus Berg (Sweden)

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2011: Juan Mata (Spain)

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2015: William Carvalho (Portugal)

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2017: Dani Ceballos (Spanien)

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2019: Fabián Ruiz (Spain)

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