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 and Sugita on top of the world

    Japan and Sugita on top of the world

    Japanese players, spearheaded by playmaker Hina Sugita, dominated the individual awards at Costa Rica 2014, which also heralded a historic first for the adidas Golden Shoe.
    Group matches - Group A
    15 March CRC0:3 (0:0)VEN
    18 March VEN4:0 (1:0)ZAM
    22 March VEN1:0 (0:0)ITA
    Quarter-finals
    27 March VEN3:2 (2:2)CAN
    Semi-finals
    31 March VEN1:4 (0:2)JPN
    Play-off for third place
    04 April VEN4:4 (1:1) 0:2 PSOITA

    Standings

    TeamMPGFGAPts
    VEN3809
    ITA3316
    ZAM3273
    CRC3160
    • Deyna Castellanos (C) and Gabriela Garcia (L) of Venezuela and Hina Sugita pose with the adidas Bronze Boot
    • 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

    Statistics

    MPGFGASSOGPENOFFFKCKFCFSY2YCR
    61610110610140556546500

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