FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Costa Rica 2014 & Match Fixtures

March 14, 2014 in News by

 

FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Costa Rica 2014

Group A

Costa Rica

Venezuela

Italy

Zambia

 

ven

Group B

Canada

Ghana

Korea DPR

Germany

b

 

Group C

New Zealand

Paraguay

Spain

Japan

c

 

 

Group D

Mexico

Colombia

China PR

Nigeria

d

 

 

Group Matches:

(All Match Times Are UK Time)

 

Group A
15th March

Italy 2 – 0 Zambia

Goals From:

Annamaria Serturini 41′ 53′ (Italy)

16th March

Costa Rica 0 – 3 Venezuela

Goals From:

Deyna Castellanos 49′ 52′ (Venezuela)

Lourdes Moreno 88′ (Venezuela)

 

18th March

Venezuela 4 – 0 Zambia

Goals From:

Deyna Castellanos 14′ (Venezuela)

Gabriela Garcia 47′ 59′ 86′ (Venezuela)

 

19th March

Costa Rica 0 – 1 Italy

Goals From:

Gloria Marinelli 19′ (Italy)

 

23rd March

Zambia 2 – 1 Costa Rica

Goals From:

Sofia Varela 3′ (Costa Rica)

Grace Chanda 8′ (Zambia)

69′ (own goal)

 

Venezuela 1 – 0 Italy

Goals From:

Dewyna Castellanos 46′ (Venezuela)
Group B
15th March

Ghana 2 – 0 Korea DPR

Goals From:

Jane Ayieyam 16′ (Ghana)

Sandra Owusu Ansah 50′ (Ghana)

 

16th March

Germany 2 – 2 Canada

Goals From:

Jessie Fleming 3′ (Canada)

Marie Levasseur 44′ (Canada)

Nina Ehegoetz 65′ (Germany)

Kim Fellhauer 68′ (Germany)
18th March

Ghana 1 – 0 Germany

Goals From:

Gladys Amfobea 43′ (Ghana)

 

19th March

Korea DPR 1 – 1 Canada

Goals From:

Sung Hyang Sim 54′ (Korea DPR)

86′ (own goal)

 

22nd March

Canada 2 – 1 Ghana

Goals From:

Marie Levasseur 9′ 40′ (Canada)

Sandra Owusu Ansah 72′ (Ghana)

 

 

Korea DPR 4 – 3 Germany

Goals From:

Nina Ehegoetz 5′ (Germany)

Jasmin Sehan 12′ (Germany)

Ricarda Walkling 24′ (Germany)

Ju Hyo Sim 30′ (Korea DPR)

Sung Hyang Sim 34′ (Korea DPR)

Wi Jong Sim 41′ (Korea DPR)

Ri Ji Hyang 61′ (Korea DPR)

 
Group C
16th March

New Zealand 1 – 1 Paraguay

Goals From:

Daisy Cleverley 69′ (New Zealand)

Sheryl Barrios 84′ (Paraguay)

 

 

Spain 0 – 2 Japan

Goals From:

Asato Miyagawa 43′ (Japan)

Shiho Matsubara 51′ (Japan)

 

19th March

New Zealand 0 – 3 Spain

Goals From:

Sandra Herndsndez 3′ (Spain)

Pilar Garrotr 34′ (Spain)

Nahikari Garcia 67′ (Spain)

 

20th March

Paraguay 0 – 10 Japan

Goals From:

Yui Ha Segawa 15′ (Japan)

Yu Endo 22′ (Japan)

Asato Miyagawa 36′ (Japan)

Nana Ichise 47′ (Japan)

Maki Hirat Suka 56′ (Japan)

Mizuki Saihara 62′ (Japan)

Hina Sugita 75′ 85′ 86′ (Japan)

Fuka Kono 90+2′ (Japan)

 

23rd March

Japan 3 – 0 New Zealand

Goals From:

Yui Ha Segawa 20′ (Japan)

Rikako Kobayashi 71′ (Japan)

Shiho Matsubara 90+3′ (Japan)

 

Paraguay 1 – 7 Spain

Goals From:

Beatriz Beltran 4′ (Spain)

Andrea Falcon 11′ 17′ (Spain)

Fanny Godoy 25′ (Paraguay)

Nahikari Garcia 64′ 83′ (Spain)

Pilar Garrote 76′ 79′ (Spain)
Group D
16th March

Mexico 4 – 0 Colombia

Goals From:

Viridiana Salazar 1′ (Mexico)

Jacqueline Crowther 4′ (Mexico)

Janae Gonzalez 14′ (Mexico)

Cinthia Huerta 71′ (Mexico)

 

 

China PR 1 – 2 Nigeria

Goals From:

Rasheedat Ajibade 21′ (Nigeria)

Uchenna Kanu 63′ (Nigeria)

Fan Yuqiu 64′ (China PR)

 

 

19th March

Mexico 4 – 0 China PR

Goals From:

Rebeca Bernal 30′

Janae Gonzalez 42′ (Mexico)

Gabriela Martinez 66′ (Mexico)

Belen Cruz 87′ (Mexico)
20th March

Colombia 1 – 2 Nigeria

Goals From:

Angie Rodriguez 3′ (Colombia)

Joy Bokiri 26′ (Nigeria)

Uchenna Kanu 59′ (Nigeria)

 

24rd March

Nigeria 3 – 0 Mexico

Goals From:

Rasheedat Ajibade 12′ (Nigeria)

Uchenna Kanu 16′ (Nigeria)

Aminat Yakubu 58′ (Nigeria)

 

 

Colombia 1 – 3 China PR

Goals From:

Andrea Rodriguez 60′ (Colombia)

Cui Yuhan 72′ (China PR)

Wang Ying 75′ (China PR)

Chen Yudan 90+1′ (China PR)

 

 

 

Quarter -Finals:
27th March

Venezuela V Canada (20:00)

Japan V Mexico (23:00)

Ghana V Italy (23:00)

Nigeria V Spain (02:00)

 

 
Semi-Finals:
31st March
TBC V TBC (17:00)
TBC V TBC (20:00)

 
3rd Place Match:
4th April
TBC V TBC (14:00)

 
Final:
4th April
TBC V TBC (17:00)

 

The Stadiums for the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Costa Rica 2014

 

Estadio Nacional in San Jose, Costa Rica capacity 35,175

Ricardo Saprissa in San Jose, Costa Rica capacity 23,112

Alejandro Morera Soto in the city of Alajuela capacity 17,895

Edgardo Baltodano de Liberia, in the province of Guanacaste capacity ?

 

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