Csaba Pintér & Balázs Szalai represented Hungary in the 18/19 UEFA U19 Championship in October.

Appointments that we missed at the time! Hungary were the host team for Group 7.

Austria v Kosovo
III. Kerületi TVE – Budapest 10/10/2018
Qualifying – Group 7
Referee: Peter Kjaesgaard (DEN)
Assistant referees: Victor Skytte (DEN); Balázs Szalai (HUN)
Fourth official: Csaba Pintér (HUN)

Austria v Slovenia
Csákvár Városi Stadion – Csákvár 13/10/2018
Qualifying – Group 7
Referee: Jérôme Brisard (FRA)
Assistant referees: Benjamin Pages (FRA); Balázs Szalai (HUN)
Fourth official: Csaba Pintér (HUN)

Kosovo v Slovenia
Csákvár Városi Stadion – Csákvár 16/10/2018
Qualifying – Group 7
Referee: Tomasz Musiał (POL)
Assistant referees: Bartosz Heinig (POL); Balázs Szalai (HUN)
Fourth official: Csaba Pintér (HUN)

Our U19 National team also played 3 matches.

Slovenia 1-2 Hungary
Hidegkúti Nándor – Budapest 10/10/2018
Qualifying – Group 7
Referee: Tomasz Musiał (POL)
Assistant referees: Bartosz Heinig (POL); Benjamin Pages (FRA)
Fourth official: Jérôme Brisard (FRA)

Hungary 0-0 Kosovo
Globall Football Park – Telki 13/10/2018
Qualifying – Group 7
Referee: Peter Kjaesgaard (DEN)
Assistant referees: Victor Skytte (DEN); Bartosz Heinig (POL)
Fourth official: Tomasz Musiał (POL)

Hungary 2-1 Austria
Globall Football Park – Telki 16/10/2018
Qualifying – Group 7
Referee: Jérôme Brisard (FRA)
Assistant referees: Benjamin Pages (FRA); Victor Skytte (DEN)
Fourth official: Peter Kjaesgaard (DEN)

The U19 team are top of the table in group 7 with 7 points and will be in the Elite Round draw, which takes place on 6th December in Nyon.

At that stage 7 groups of 4 teams will be made with the winner of each group progressing to the finals next July.

• There will be four seeding pots in accordance with the coefficient rankings list. The seven countries with the highest coefficients are in Pot A – including top seeds Portugal and Germany, who received a bye through the qualifying round – the next seven in Pot B, and so on.

• No team can play a nation they met in the qualifying round. Any other restrictions will be confirmed ahead of the draw.

• Each group will comprise one side from each pot, with the hosts then appointed to hold the mini-tournaments in March.

• The group winners qualify to join hosts Armenia in the finals from 14 to 27 July.