Teams

  • Germany triumph on home turf

    Germany triumph on home turf

    The FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Germany 2010 was a resounding success, giving fans a taster of what is to come when the senior tournament arrives next year.

  • Mexico exit with heads held high

    Mexico exit with heads held high

    There may have been disappointment at the manner of their quarter-final defeat, but Mexico won a lot of new admirers at Germany 2010 and went further than ever before.

  • JI So Yun (KOR)

    JI So Yun (KOR)

    Match 27, Quarter-finals
    Dresden, Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion
    Sunday 25 July 2010

    Group matches - Group C
    14 July MEX3:3 (3:1)JPN
    17 July ENG0:1 (0:0)MEX
    21 July NGA1:1 (1:0)MEX
    Quarter-finals
    25 July MEX1:3 (0:2)KOR

    Standings

    TeamMPGFGAPts
    MEX3545
    NGA3435
    JPN3764
    ENG3251
    • DRESDEN, GERMANY - JULY 25: Nayeli Rangel (C) of Mexico walks off dejected of the pitch after the 20
    • Brissa Rangel (L) of Mexico comforts team mate Cecilia Santiago after the 2010 FIFA Women's World Cup Quarter Final match between Mexico and South Korea
    • DRESDEN, GERMANY - JULY 25:  Cecilia Santiago, goalkeeper of Mexico looks dejected after the 2010 FIFA Women's World Cup Quarter Final match between Mexico and South Korea
    • Cecilia Santiago, goalkeeper of Mexico reacts during the 2010 FIFA Women's World Cup Quarter Final match between Mexico and South Korea
    • Jin Young Kim of South Korea jumps over Monica Alvardo of Mexico
    • The team of South Korea celebrate
    • Cecilia Santiago, goalkeeper of Mexico looks dejected
    • So Yun Ji of South Korea celebrates
    • Hyun Young Lee of South Korea celebrates after scoring

    Statistics

    MPGFGASSOGPENOFFFKCKFCFSY2YCR
    4674717044112436100

    Tournaments
    FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Final All editions