UEFA U-17 Championship 2009 (Elite Round) is the second round of qualifications for the final tournament of UEFA U-17 Championship 2009. The winners of each group join hosts 23x Germany at the final tournament. The Elite round has been played during March 1–31, 2009. The 28 teams advancing from the qualifying round has be distributed into seven groups of four teams, with each group being contested in the same format as in the previous round. The seven group-winning teams will qualify for the final tournament in Germany.

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  • La Ronda Élite a la Eurocopa Sub-17 2009 contó con la participación de 28 selecciones infatiles de Europa provenientes de la ronda anterior. Los equipos fueron divididos en 7 grupos de 4 equipos cada uno, donde el vencedor de cada grupo clasifica a la fase final del torneo a celebrarse en Alemania junto al país anfitrión. (es)
  • UEFA U-17 Championship 2009 (Elite Round) is the second round of qualifications for the final tournament of UEFA U-17 Championship 2009. The winners of each group join hosts 23x Germany at the final tournament. The Elite round has been played during March 1–31, 2009. The 28 teams advancing from the qualifying round has be distributed into seven groups of four teams, with each group being contested in the same format as in the previous round. The seven group-winning teams will qualify for the final tournament in Germany. The draw was conducted on December 4, 2008, at UEFA's headquarters, in Nyon, Switzerland. Each team was previously allocated to one of four drawing pots, according to their qualifying round results. The seven sides with the best record were present in Pot A, and so forth until Pot D, which contained the seven teams with the weakest record. During the draw, each group was filled with one team from every pot, meaning that no team from the same pot could be drawn together. In the same way, teams having faced in the previous round could not be drawn together. The hosts of the seven one-venue mini-tournament groups are indicated below in italics. (en)
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  • Borja
  • Chamberlain
  • Lucas
  • Wright
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  • Petković
  • Viana
  • Plum
  • Jensen
  • Afobe
  • Bus
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  • Sarabia
  • Beretta
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  • Karelis
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  • Alaba
  • Janga
  • Bodin
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  • Vervaet
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  • Dawkin
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  • Isoufi
  • Situ
  • Alho
  • Amet
  • Bakenga
  • Brasanac
  • Buloychik
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  • Falk Jensen
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  • Libertazzi
  • Luís Gustavo
  • M'Poku
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  • Satvaldiyev
  • Sheqiladze
  • Trujić
  • Töre
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  • Vlahos
  • Wemberg
  • Đuričin
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  • Milorad Mažić
  • Clayton Pisani
  • Tamás Bognar
  • Hüseyin Göçek
  • Paweł Gil
  • Vladimir Vnuk
  • Matej Jug
  • Vadims Direktorenko
  • Euan Norris
  • Nikola Dabanović
  • Gerhard Grobelnik
  • Stephan Studer
  • Leontios Trattou
  • Arman Amirkhanyan
  • Tom Harald Hagen
  • Ovidiu Alin Hategan
  • Jérôme Efong Nzolo
  • Georgios Daloukas
  • Mattias Gestranius
  • Aleksander Gauzer
  • Damir Batinic
  • Nikola Dabanovic
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  • La Ronda Élite a la Eurocopa Sub-17 2009 contó con la participación de 28 selecciones infatiles de Europa provenientes de la ronda anterior. Los equipos fueron divididos en 7 grupos de 4 equipos cada uno, donde el vencedor de cada grupo clasifica a la fase final del torneo a celebrarse en Alemania junto al país anfitrión. (es)
  • UEFA U-17 Championship 2009 (Elite Round) is the second round of qualifications for the final tournament of UEFA U-17 Championship 2009. The winners of each group join hosts 23x Germany at the final tournament. The Elite round has been played during March 1–31, 2009. The 28 teams advancing from the qualifying round has be distributed into seven groups of four teams, with each group being contested in the same format as in the previous round. The seven group-winning teams will qualify for the final tournament in Germany. (en)
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  • Ronda Élite a la Eurocopa Sub-17 2009 (es)
  • 2009 UEFA European Under-17 Championship elite round (en)
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