Teams

  • Castellanos: It’s a team game

    Castellanos: It’s a team game

    FIFA.com spoke to Venezuela’s Deyna Castellanos about her achievement in sharing the adidas Golden Boot at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Costa Rica 2014 with her team-mate Gabriela Garcia.

  • Japan coronation, Spain anguish

    Japan coronation, Spain anguish

    Japan claimed rich reward for their consistency at Costa Rica 2014 with a long-awaited global crown at the expense of a brave Spain, while Italy tipped Venezuela out of third amid drama. All the final day's action reviewed.
    Group matches - Group A
    15 March ITA2:0 (1:0)ZAM
    18 March CRC0:1 (0:1)ITA
    22 March VEN1:0 (0:0)ITA
    Quarter-finals
    27 March GHA2:2 (1:2) 3:4 PSOITA
    Semi-finals
    31 March ITA0:2 (0:0)ESP
    Play-off for third place
    04 April VEN4:4 (1:1) 0:2 PSOITA

    Standings

    TeamMPGFGAPts
    VEN3809
    ITA3316
    ZAM3273
    CRC3160
    • Team members of Venezuela celebrate their equalizing goal
    • L-R Alice Tortelli, Nicole Garavelli and Annamaria Serturini of Italy celebrate
    • Valentina Bergamaschi #7 and Flaminia Simonetti #8 of Italy celebrate
    • Team members of Venezuela look dejected
    • Players of Italy celebrate victory during the FIFA U-17 World Cup 3rd Place match against Venezuela
    • Players of Italy celebrate victory during the FIFA U-17 World Cup 3rd Place match with Venezuela
    • Gabriela Garcia of Venezuela celebrates
    • Sandra Luzardo of Venuzuela battles with Flaminia Simionetti of Italy
    • Gabriela Garcia of Venezuela, one of the stars of the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup, celebrates after scoring.

    Statistics

    MPGFGASSOGPENOFFFKCKFCFSY2YCR
    69998551120186473800

    Tournaments
    FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup Final All editions