Turkey women's national under-19 football team

The Turkey women's national under-19 football team (Turkish: Türkiye 19 Yaş Altı Kadın Millî Futbol Takımı) is the national under-19 football team of Turkey and is governed by the Turkish Football Federation.

Turkey U19 Türkiye U19
AssociationTurkish Football Federation
ConfederationUEFA (Europe)
Head coach Suat Okyar
Most capsBaşak Ersoy (47)
As of 10 April 2014
Top scorerEbru Topçu (21)
As of 4 April 2015
FIFA codeTUR
First colours
Second colours
First international
Turkey 0–8 Russia 
(Holon, Israel; November 17, 1997)
Biggest win
Turkey 13–0 Georgia 
(Buca, Turkey; September 24, 2009)
Biggest defeat
Turkey 0–11 England 
(Drogheda, Ireland; November 20, 2000)

Current squad

As of 5 April 2017[1][2]

Head coach: Suat Okyar

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals Club
1 1GK Gamze Nur Yaman (1999-04-25)April 25, 1999 (aged 17) 5 0 Beşiktaş J.K.
12 1GK Bedriye Cam (2000-01-23)January 23, 2000 (aged 17) 2 0 Şanlıurfa Gençlik ve Spor

2 2DF Sema Polat (1998-10-06)October 6, 1998 (aged 18) 14 0 Fomget Gençlik ve Spor
5 2DF Şevval Alpavut (Captain) (1998-03-04)March 4, 1998 (aged 19) 16 2 Fomget Gençlik ve Spor
15 2DF İrem Yıldırım (1999-10-16)October 16, 1999 (aged 17) 9 0 FFC Frankfurt II
16 2DF Derya Arhan (1999-10-16)October 16, 1999 (aged 17) 10 0 Kdz. Ereğlispor
17 2DF Demet Kılınç (1998-01-22)January 22, 1998 (aged 19) 13 0 1207 Antalyaspor

6 3MF Bilge Su Koyun (1999-07-03)July 3, 1999 (aged 17) 7 0 Beşiktaş J.K.
8 3MF Damla Bozyel (1998-09-14)September 14, 1998 (aged 18) 16 0 Kdz. Ereğlispor
9 3MF Esra Manya (1999-04-11)April 11, 1999 (aged 17) 6 1 1207 Antalyaspor
10 3MF Selin Ertan (1998-12-01)December 1, 1998 (aged 18) 17 3 VfL Wolfsburg II
11 3MF İlayda Civelek (1998-07-06)July 6, 1998 (aged 18) 18 8 Beşiktaş J.K.
14 3MF Birgül Sadıkoğlu (2000-03-23)March 23, 2000 (aged 17) 1 0 Bozüyük Halk Eğitim G.S.
20 3MF Sedanur İncik (2000-10-06)October 6, 2000 (aged 16) 1 0 1207 Antalyaspor

3 4FW Rabia Civan (1999-01-05)January 5, 1999 (aged 18) 7 0 Kdz. Ereğlispor
7 4FW Kader Hançar (1999-11-12)November 12, 1999 (aged 17) 7 0 Ataşehir Belediyespor
18 4FW Zeynep Gamze Koçer (1998-04-15)April 15, 1998 (aged 18) 11 5 Beşiktaş J.K.
19 4FW Sümeyra Kıvanç (1999-07-30)July 30, 1999 (aged 17) 9 0 Kocaeli Harb-İş Spor

Competitive record

UEFA Women's U19 Championship record

UEFA Women's U19 Championship UEFA Women's U19 Championship Qualification
Year Round Position Pld W D L GF GA Pld W D L GF GA
1998 Did Not Qualify 2002211
1999 Did Not Qualify 2011210
2000 Did Not Qualify 52031614
2001 Did Not Qualify 63031326
2002 Did Not Qualify 6213414
2003 Did Not Qualify 300308
2004 Did Not Qualify 310236
2005 Did Not Participate Did Not Participate
2006 Did Not Participate Did Not Participate
2007 Did Not Qualify 301228
2008 Did Not Qualify 3102710
2009 Did Not Qualify 3012412
2010 Did Not Qualify 61141715
2011 Did Not Qualify 621378
2012 Did Not Qualify 302112
2013 Did Not Qualify 310224
2014 Did Not Qualify 6213711
2015 Did Not Qualify 6123911
2016 Did Not Qualify 310215
2017 Did Not Qualify 6213611
2018 Did Not Qualify 62221011
Total81211446113197

Results at official competitions

Friendly matches are not included.

HostDateOpponentResultScorers
1998 UEFA Championship qualifying round
 IsraelNov 17, 1997 RussiaL 0–8
Nov 19, 1997 IsraelL 2–3Tezcan, Öz
1999 UEFA Championship qualifying round
 NorwaySep 12, 1998 UkraineD 2–2Yüksekoğlu, Demircan
Sep 14, 1998 NorwayL 0–8
2000 UEFA Championship First qualifying round
 TurkeyMay 11, 1999 MoldovaW 7–1Çakmak (4), Su, Tosun (2)
May 15, 1999 SloveniaW 8–0Tosun (3), Turgutlu (2), Kavas, Çakmak
2000 UEFA Championship Second qualifying round
 IrelandOct 19, 1999 Republic of IrelandL 1–4Tosun
Oct 21, 1999 YugoslaviaL 0–5
Oct 23, 1999 PolandL 0–4
2001 UEFA Championship First qualifying round
Sep 9, 2000 AustriaW 4–2Ocaktan (2), Tosun, Üzelakçil
Sep 11, 2000 EstoniaW 3–1Ocaktan, İştüzün (2)
Sep 13, 2000 Bosnia and HerzegovinaW 3–1Özgüvenç (2),

Üzelakçil

2001 UEFA Championship Second qualifying round
 IrelandNov 18, 2000 WalesL 2–5Kösel, Ocaktan
Nov 20, 2000 EnglandL 0–11
Nov 22, 2000 Republic of IrelandL 1–6İştüzün
2002 UEFA Championship First qualifying round
 Bosnia and HerzegovinaSep 11, 2001 LithuaniaW 2–0Özgüvenç, Kuş
Sep 13, 2001 Bosnia and HerzegovinaD 1–1Özgüvenç
Sep 15, 2001 Faroe IslandsW 1–0İştüzün
2002 UEFA Championship Second qualifying round
 Czech RepublicOct 16, 2001 IsraelL 0–5
Oct 18, 2001 Czech RepublicL 0–2
Oct 20, 2001 YugoslaviaL 0–6
2003 UEFA Championship First qualifying round
 FinlandOct 2, 2002 FinlandL 0–1
Oct 4, 2002 WalesL 0–3
Oct 6, 2002 EstoniaL 0–4
International Norte Alentejano Tournament
 PortugalMay 28, 2003 RomaniaL 2–5Gün (2)
May 29, 2003 PortugalL 0–5
2004 UEFA Championship First qualifying round
Sep 23, 2003 SwedenL 0–4
Sep 25, 2003 PolandL 0–2
Sep 27, 2003 SloveniaW 3–0K. Gül (2), Y. Gül
2007 UEFA Championship First qualifying round
 TurkeySep 26, 2006  SwitzerlandL 0–5
Sep 28, 2006 PortugalD 0–0
Oct 1, 2006 HungaryL 2–3
2008 UEFA Championship First qualifying round
 PolandSep 27, 2007 PolandL 1–7Yaren
Sep 29, 2007 AustriaL 2–3Yaren, Elgalp
Oct 2, 2007 BulgariaW 4–0Uraz (2), Yaren, Yağ
2009 UEFA Championship – Group 2
 PolandSep 25, 2008 AustriaL 0–5
Sep 27, 2008 PolandL 1–4Kara
Sep 30, 2008 ArmeniaD 3–3Karabulut (2), Kara
2009 Kuban Spring Tournament
 RussiaMar 14, 2009 UkraineD 1–1Nurlu
Mar 16, 2009 RussiaL 0–2
Mar 18, 2009 United StatesL 1–4Kara
Mar 19, 2009 EstoniaW 2–1Elgalp (2)
Mar 21, 2009 BulgariaW 3–1Nurlu, Kara (2)
Mar 23, 2009 BelarusL 3–4Kara
2010 UEFA Championship First qualifying round – Group 7
 TurkeySep 19, 2009 SerbiaD 1–1Ersoy
Sep 21, 2009 FranceL 1–5Kara
Sep 24, 2009 GeorgiaW 13–0Ersoy (2), Elgalp (5), Aladağ (2), Kara (3), Gönültaş
2010 Kuban Spring Tournament
 RussiaMar 6, 2010Southern RussiaW 7–1Ertürk, Ersoy, Kara, Serdar, Elgalp (2), Karagenç
Mar 8, 2010 China PRL 0–1
Mar 10, 2010UralW 5–0Gönültaş, Kara, Elgalp (3)
Mar 12, 2010 United StatesW (2–2) 7–6Ersoy (2), Ertürk (2), Nurlu, Kara, Demiryol
Mar 14, 2010 China PRL 0–3
Mar 16, 2010 EstoniaW 2–0Kara, Ertürk
2010 UEFA Championship Second qualifying round – Group 1
 SwedenMar 27, 2010 SwedenL 0–3
Mar 29, 2010 Republic of IrelandL 2–3Kara, Ertürk
Apr 1, 2010 EnglandL 0–3
2011 UEFA Championship First qualifying round – Group 9
 Czech RepublicSep 11, 2010 RomaniaL 2–3L. Güngör (2)
Sep 13, 2010 Czech RepublicD 1–1L. Güngör
Sep 16, 2010 Northern IrelandW 1–0L. Güngör
2011 Kuban Spring Tournament
 RussiaMar 6, 2011 UkraineW 4–1Ahlatcı, Çınar (2), B. Güngör
Mar 8, 2011 BelarusW 2–1Ahlatcı, Çınar
Mar 10, 2011 China PRL 0–4
Mar 14, 2011 EstoniaL (2–2) 4–6Duran, Ataş
Mar 16, 2011 RussiaL 0–3
2011 UEFA Championship Second qualifying round – Group 3
 TurkeyMar 31, 2011 IcelandW 3–1L. Güngör (3)
Apr 2, 2011 GermanyL 0–2
Apr 5, 2011 WalesL 0–1
2012 Kuban Spring Tournament
 RussiaMar 7, 2012 SlovakiaW 3–0Deniz, İşikırık, Topçu
Mar 8, 2012 China PRW 2–0Karagenç, Topçu
Mar 12, 2012 UkraineW 3–0Topçu, Çınar, Karataş
Mar 14, 2012 China PRL (1–1) 5–6Topçu
Mar 16, 2012 RomaniaW 3–0İşikırık (3)
2012 UEFA Championship – Group A
 TurkeyJul 2, 2012 PortugalD 0–0
Jul 5, 2012 DenmarkL 0–1
Jul 6, 2012 RomaniaD 1–1Corduneanu (o.g.)
2013 UEFA Championship First qualifying round – Group 5
 TurkeyOct 20, 2012 NorwayL 0–2
Oct 22, 2012 ScotlandL 0–2
Oct 25, 2012 BelarusW 2–0Göksu (2)
2013 Kuban Spring Tournament
 RussiaMar 6, 2013 SlovakiaL 0–2
Mar 8, 2013 United StatesD 2–2Duran, Akbaş
Mar 10, 2013 RussiaW 1–0Göksu
Mar 12, 2013 IranL 1–3Ergen
Mar 16, 2013 SlovakiaW 1–0Özev
2014 UEFA Championship First qualifying round – Group 10
 HungarySep 21, 2013 BelgiumL 0–4
Sep 23, 2013 HungaryW 3–2Başkol (2), Özkan
Sep 26, 2013 MontenegroW 3–1Topçu (2), Goranovic (o.g.)
2014 Kuban Spring Tournament
 RussiaMar 20, 2014 RussiaL 1–2Sivrikaya
Mar 22, 2014 HungaryW 2–0Kınıklıoğlu, Özev
Mar 24, 2014 United StatesL 0–1
Mar 25, 2014 IranW 1–0Topçu
Mar 27, 2014 HungaryD 1–1Topçu
Mar 29, 2014 AzerbaijanW 2–0Özkan, S. Dişli
2014 UEFA Championship Second qualifying round – Group 5
 NetherlandsApr 5, 2014 NetherlandsL 0–2
Apr 7, 2014 AustriaD 1–1Sivrikaya
Apr 10, 2014 Republic of IrelandL 0–1
2014 UEFA Women's Under-19 Development Tournament
 Moldova Jul 29, 2014 MoldovaW 3–1Topçu, Erdoğan, Yavaş[3]
Agu 1, 2014 RomaniaW 7–0Baturay, S. Dişli (2), A. Erdoğan, Sivrikaya, Topçu, Yavaş[4]
Agu 30, 2014 UkraineW 2–1Sivrikaya, Baturay[5]
2015 UEFA Championship First qualifying round – Group 4
 TurkeySep 13, 2014 ItalyL 0–1
Sep 15, 2014 WalesD 1–1Erdoğan
Sep 18, 2014 KazakhstanW 6–1Topçu (3), Sivrikaya, S. Dişli, Baturay
2015 UEFA Championship Elite round – Group 1
 PortugalApr 6, 2015 SpainL 0–5
Apr 9, 2015 PortugalL 0–1
Apr 11, 2015 FinlandD 2–2Topçu, Bakır[6]
2015 UEFA Women's Under-19 Development Tournament
 BulgariaAgu 4, 2015 Bosnia and HerzegovinaW 3–2Demirörs, Çağan, Gün[7]
Agu 5, 2015 BulgariaW 1–0Demirörs[8]
Agu 7, 2015 RussiaL 0–1
2016 UEFA Championship First qualifying round – Group 4
 FinlandSep 15, 2015 FinlandL 0–1
Sep 17, 2015 PolandL 0–4
Sep 20, 2015 LithuaniaW 1–0Sivrikaya
2016 UEFA Women's Under-19 Development Tournament
 Romania Jun 9, 2016 SloveniaW 8–0Ertan, Alpavut, Türkoğlu, S. Dişli (2), Koçer (2), Civelek[9]
Jun 10, 2016 RomaniaW 8–1Ertan (2), Civelek, Alpavut, S. Dişli (2), Yaprak, Koçer[10]
Jun 12, 2016 AzerbaijanW 2–1Manya, Civelek[11]
2017 UEFA Championship First qualifying round – Group 10
 BulgariaOct 19, 2016 MoldovaW 1–0Koçer.[12]
Oct 21, 2016 BulgariaW 3-0Civelek, Türkoğlu, Koçer.[13]
Oct 24, 2016 NetherlandsL 0–1
2017 UEFA Championship Elite round – Group 2
 TurkeyApr 5, 2017 EnglandL 0–3
Apr 7, 2017 Czech RepublicD 2-2Civelek (2)
Apr 10, 2017 DenmarkL 0–5
2018 UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship qualification – Group 10
 HungaryOct 18, 2017 HungaryL 2–5Manya, Eren
Oct 21, 2017 ArmeniaW 5-0Türkoğlu (3), Karapetyan (o.g.), Hançar
Oct 24, 2017 ScotlandD 0–0
2018 UEFA Championship Elite round – Group 4
 IrelandApr 2, 2018 SpainL 0–5
Apr 5, 2018 AustriaD 1-1Ay
Apr 8, 2018 Republic of IrelandW 2–0Hançar, Manya

Player history

Most capped players

Players in bold are still active.[14] As of 11 April 2015

# NameCareerCapsGoals
1Başak Ersoy2006–2010479
2Ebru Topçu2012–20154221
3Eylül Elgalp2004–20103816
4Arzu Karabulut2006–2010356
Yaşam Göksu2012–2014355
6Zübeyde Kaya2007–2010340
7Kübra Berber2012–2015330
8Fatma Kara2007–20103219
Didem Karagenç2009–2012321
Gizem Gönültaş2009–2012321

Top goalscorers

Goalscorers with an equal number of goals are ranked in chronological order of reaching the milestone. Bold indicates still active players.[14] As of 10 April 2017

# NameCareerGoalsCapsRate
1Ebru Topçu2012–201521420.50
2Fatma Kara2007–201019320.59
3Eylül Elgalp2004–201016380.42
4Başak Ersoy2006–20109470.19
Filiz İşikırık20129120.75
6Selin Dişli2014–20168210.38
İlayda Civelek2015–20178170.47
8Seda Tosun1998–2000790.78
Aylin Yaren2003–20067100.70
Sevgi Çınar2011–20127250.28
Leyla Güngör2010–20127110.64

Notable former players

Managers

ManagerYears
Şükrü Ersoy2002
Emin Kızılay2003
Ali Kızılet2006
Fethi Demircan2006
Özay Atmaca2007–2008
Hamdi Aslan2009–2010
Nur Mustafa Gülen2011
Taygun Erdem2012
Ogün Temizkanoğlu2012
Nur Mustafa Gülen2013
Talat Tuncel2013–2014
Suat Okyar2015–

See also

References

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