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  • Swiss take their place in history

    Swiss take their place in history

    Switzerland made the biggest possible impact on their FIFA U-17 World Cup debut at Nigeria 2009, winning the country’s first-ever global crown.

  • Awards galore in Abuja

    Awards galore in Abuja

    Despite defeat in the final, Nigeria's Sani Emmanuel won the adidas Golden Ball for best player. FIFA.com has the lowdown on all the awards.

    First stage - Group F
    26 October URU1:3 (0:1)KOR
    29 October URU2:0 (0:0)ALG
    01 November ITA0:0URU
    Round of 16
    05 November IRN1:2 a.e.t.URU
    Quarter-finals
    09 November ESP3:3 a.e.t. (3:3, 1:1) 4:2 PSOURU

    Standings

    TeamMPGFGAPts
    ITA3317
    KOR3636
    URU3334
    ALG3050
    • Spain's Borja (L) scores
    • Uruguay's Gabriel Mezquida (L) in action with Spain's Koke
    • Spain's Borja celebrates
    • Spain's Borja celebrates after winning the penalty shootout
    • Jordi Amat celebrates after winning the penalty shootout against Uruguay
    • Spain Coach Gines Melendez (R) congratulates his players after winning the penalty shootout against Uruguay
    • Spain's Pablo Sarabia during the penalty shootout against Uruguay
    • Uruguay players look dejected after losing the penalty shootout against Spain
    • Sergi Gomez scores his sides first penalty against Uruguay

    Statistics

    MPGFGASSOGPENOFFFKCKFCFSY2YCR
    5877329189197091510

    Tournaments
    FIFA U-17 World Cup All editions