England U19 vs Germany U19 Final Live Stream: Kick off at the David Petriashvili Stadium in Tblisi, Georgia is 5pm BST on Sunday night. Eurosport have the UK rights to the competition. Their coverage will start at 4.45pm BST.
England take on Portugal in the final of the 2017 UEFA European Under-19 Championship on Saturday, in Gori, Georgia.
It has been a sensational summer for the England youth teams, with the under-20s having won the FIFA U-20 World Cup and the 2017 Toulon Tournament, while the under-21s reached the semi-finals of the European Under-21 Championship.
Head coach Keith Downing’s men now have the opportunity to finish the summer on a high, after a last-gasp semi-final win over the Czech Republic.
England will now attempt to win their first-ever U19 title, having been runners-up in 2005 and 2009, but they must first beat a Portugal side who are in the final for a third time.
Aaron Ramsdale, Nathan Trott, Jay Dasilva, Trevoh Chalobah, Dujon Sterling, Darnell Johnson, Easah Suliman, Reece James, Tayo Edun, Ryan Sessegnon, Josh Dasilva, Mason Mount, Andre Dozzell, Jacob Maddox, Lukas Nmecha, Isaac Buckley-Ricketts, Marcus Edwards, Ben Brereton
Eike Bansen, Markus Schubert, Jonas Busam, Julian Chabot, Dominik Franke, Maxime Awoudja, Bote Baku, Aymen Barkok, Sidney Friede, Etienne Amenyido, Dennis Geiger, Felix Gotze, Gokhan Gul, Robin Hack, David Raum, Gorkem Saglam, Mats Kohlert, Tobias Warschewski
England’s defence has formed the foundation for their success in this tournament, with three clean sheets from four games and just one goal conceded, per Soccerway.
There is real quality throughout the team, with highly rated Fulham youngster Ryan Sessegnon—a target for Liverpool earlier this summer, per the Liverpool Echo’s James Pearce—having supplied three goals already.