• Golden Eaglets soar to fourth crown

    Golden Eaglets soar to fourth crown

    The 2013 edition of the FIFA U-17 World Cup saw a joyful Nigerian outfit win a fourth junior world crown for the west African nation, while Brazil fell short and Sweden made a debut sensation.
  • Mexico all the wiser for UAE experience

    Mexico all the wiser for UAE experience

    A number of Mexico's players took time to talk to FIFA.com after losing to Nigeria in the final of the 2013 U-17 World Cup in UAE, reflecting on the overall lessons learned.

First stage - Group F
19 October MEX1:6 (1:2)SummaryNGA
22 October MEX3:1 (2:0)SummaryIRQ
25 October SWE0:1 (0:0)SummaryMEX
Round of 16
28 October ITA0:2 (0:1)SummaryMEX
Quarter-finals
01 November BRA1:1 (0:0) 10:11 PSOSummaryMEX
Semi-finals
05 November ARG0:3 (0:2)SummaryMEX
Final
08 November NGA3:0 (1:0)SummaryMEX
  • Kelechi Iheanacho of Nigeria with the Silver Boot award and Valmir Berisha of Sweden with the golden boot award during the FIFA U-17 World Cup UAE 2013 Final
  • FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter and H.E. Sheikh Nahayan Mabarak Al Nahayan, Chairman of the LOC for the FIFA U-17 World Cup UAE 2013 are introduced to the players
  • The trophy is seen
  •  Head coach Manu Garba of Nigeria walks over the pitch
  • Third placed team of Sweden poses
  • Kelechi Iheanacho of Nigeria celebrates victory
  • Nigeria head coach Manu Garba
  •  Dele Alampasu of Nigeria celebrates victory
  • FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter hands over the Bronze Boot to Ivan Ochoa of Mexico
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