How much water has to fill a soccer pitch before a match should be canceled? If it's the UEFA women's U-19 final, it appears the answer is that anything short of a canoe being able to float on the field is just fine.

Seriously, just look at this video from Sunday's game between Spain and France:

ball getting stuck in water, UEFA Women's U-19 Final #womensfootball #WU19EURO #FRAESP Video: Eurosport pic.twitter.com/thG1qBVyAb

— WomensSoccerUnited (@WSUasa) July 31, 2016

More from FoxSports

Notice how the player kicks the ball with full force and it goes a few inches before it stops dead in its tracks? Yeah, that's not really how soccer is supposed to be played.

The match in Slovakia was suspended at halftime for about two hours as storms pummeled the field. Grounds crew did make an effort to clean up the pitch but, uh, they were going to need a lot more people and a lot more shovels than this:

The Groundsmen are working on the pitch now. UEFA Women's U-19 Final #womensfootball #WU19EURO #FRAESP pic.twitter.com/DVvQ6yaOPr

— WomensSoccerUnited (@WSUasa) July 31, 2016

It's unclear whether the water was to blame for this excruciating stoppage-time miss, though. With Spain down by a goal and given a golden opportunity to equalize, captain Nahikari Garci­a was right in front of goal and somehow managed to sky it over the crossbar:

Spain so close to leveling the game. UEFA Women's U-19 Final #womensfootball #WU19EURO #FRAESP Video: Eurosport pic.twitter.com/IPIPm0r1cX

— WomensSoccerUnited (@WSUasa) July 31, 2016

That miss certainly rained on the comeback parade. Spain had come halfway back from a two-goal deficit with a goal from Luci­a Garcia, but it wasn't enough in the end.

Credit goes to France, who weathered the conditions and pulled out the 2-1 victory on goals from Marie-Antoinette Katoto and Grace Geyoro. Here's hoping they can celebrate somewhere sunny and dry.

MORE ON FOX SOCCER: