- Groups A and B find fire in Uruguay in 2018
- A big audience is waiting for Montevideo to see the start of the hosts
- Finland debuts in the competition
PREVIOUS DAYS – Uruguay is ready to set up a curtain for the FIFA U-17 Women World Champion on Saturday in a dispute over the first 4 games for groups A and B.
The Charrúa Stadium in Montevideo will feature two A group scenes. To open, New Zealand will face Finland, a debutant in the tournament, before the host of Uruguay will receive Ghana. Maldonado Group B will focus on Estadio Domingo Burgueño Miguel with two interesting duels: Brazil-Japan and then Mexico-South Africa.
Group A: New Zealand-Finland. | Uruguay-Ghana
Group B: Brazil-Japan | Mexico-South Africa
What you need to know
To stop the host's curse: Uruguay wants to become the first host country of the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup, which is overcoming the group stage. Their first test will contradict the regular competition in Ghana, which in the first phase of the Azerbaijan 2012 edition wins Uruguay 5-0, the most successful one. Black girls in this competition -. It's incredible how it may seem Ghana Mummu Fusein to take part in her third U-17 Women's Cup, who has already played in Costa Rica in 2014, when she is only 13 years old.
* Déjà vu en Maldonado *: Mexico and South Africa coincided with the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup in Trinidad and Tobago 2010 B; the same group in which faces will be perceived in Uruguay in 2018. The memory of this game will be a good source of Mexican inspiration, which won a good 4-0. Meanwhile, South Africa hopes to offer good performance after a competition for 8 years absence. "We want to confirm that we have talent as a nation," said South African coach Simphiwe Dludlo.
The competition opens Finland: Though it was already present in a pair of U-20 women in world cup, Finland is going to debut in the FIFA U-17 World Cup. The only debut player in the campaign, Marko Salorant, is that his team excels with his talent, courage and courage.
* Japan begins to look for its second heading *: Japan's mission in Uruguay in 2018 is clear: taking home its second sub-17 trophy, which could attract titles with its Asian neighbors in the Korean DPR. Your first exam? A difficult duel against the Brazilian South American Champion, whose coach Luizão points out that she is very talented and very well prepared.
Momoka Kinoshita (Japan)
Mukarama Abdullah (Ghana)
Alison Gonzalez (Mexico)