2014 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup individual player awards

The FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup 2014 reached its conclusion yesterday with Germany beating Nigeria in the final to be crowned champions! After the final match individual player awards were handed out, all the winners have are displayed below.

It was a fantastic tournament, with outstanding talent on show. We were treated to spectacular individual skills and goals as well as inspiring team effort and passion.

FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup 2014 team awards:

Final tournament standings

1st: Germany
2nd: Nigeria
3rd: France

Fair play award

Canada
The hosts had received just three yellow cards and no red cards and committed 35 fouls in their four matches.

FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup 2014 individual awards:

Golden ball award – Asisat Oshoala (NGA)

Asisat Oshoala (NGA) wins Golden Ball awardAsisat Oshoala (NGA)
Asisat Oshoala possesses fantastic speed and eye for goal.

Silver ball award – Griedge Mbock Bathy (FRA)

Griedge Mbock Bathy (FRA) wins Silver Ball awardGriedge Mbock Bathy (FRA)
Reliable defender and captain for France, Bathy played in every one of her side’s matches.

Bronze ball award – Claire Lavogez (FRA)

Claire Lavogez (FRA) wins Bronze Ball awardClaire Lavogez (FRA)
Claire Lavogez stood out with her impressive ball skills, her technique, and goalscoring ability.

Golden glove award – Meike Kämper (GER)

Meike Kämper (GER) wins Golden Glove awardMeike Kämper (GER)
Germany keeper Maike Kamper ended the tournament with a save rate of 81 per cent. She made 26 stops in her five appearances.

Golden boot award – Asisat Oshoala (NGA)
Asisat Oshoala (NGA) wins Golden Boot award

Asisat Oshoala (NGA)
Asisat Oshoala scored seven times in total, which is the most ever by a Nigerian player.

Silver boot award – Pauline Bremer (GER)

Pauline Bremer (GER) wins Silver Boot awardPauline Bremer (GER)
Pauline Bremer netted five goals and six assists.

Bronze boot award – Sara Däbritz (GER)

Sara Däbritz (GER) wins Bronze Boot award
Sara Däbritz (GER)
Midfielder Sara Dabritz also scored five goals and provided two assists.

 

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