Teams

  • 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 E
    26 October ESP2:1 (2:1)USA
    29 October UAE1:3 (0:2)ESP
    01 November MWI1:4 (0:1)ESP
    Round of 16
    05 November ESP4:1 (1:1)BFA
    Quarter-finals
    09 November ESP3:3 a.e.t. (3:3, 1:1) 4:2 PSOURU
    Semi-finals
    12 November ESP1:3 (0:1)NGA
    Match for third place
    15 November COL0:1 (0:0)ESP

    Standings

    TeamMPGFGAPts
    ESP3939
    USA3326
    UAE3343
    MWI3170
    • Spain's Isco celebrates after scoring his sides first goal
    • Stanley Okoro of Nigeria and Haris Seferovic of Switzerland
    • The referees Koman Coulibaly, Viktor Kassai, Redouane Achik, Inancio  Manuel Candio and Gabor Eros
    • Koke (R) of Spain and Daniel Catano of Colombia
    • Albert Dalmau (R) of Spain and Stiveen Mendoza of Colombia
    • Albert Dalmau (L) of Spain and Wilson Cuero of Colombia
    • Sergi Gomez (L) of Spain and Jhojan Caicedo of Colombia
    • Sergi Gomez (L) of Spain and Jhojan Caicedo of Colombia
    • Players from Colombia recieve the 4th place diploma

    Statistics

    MPGFGASSOGPENOFFFKCKFCFSY2YCR
    7181012866211356771121002

    Tournaments
    FIFA U-17 World Cup Final All editions