History for Spain

La Rojita's U-17 Women's World Cup triumph represents Spain's first-ever Women's World Cup trophy at any age level. They were unbeaten throughout the competition, scored 15 goals and conceded just three.

Claudia Pina: speed, vision, creativity and adidas Golden Ball winner


Ghana's captain Mukarama Abdulai (GHA) finished as the tournament's top goalscorer with seven goals and two assists, impressively scoring in every match she played in. Spain duo Claudia Pina (7/1) and Irene Lopez (3/2) were next on the list.

This is a special moment, absolutely one-of-a-kind and we know what it means for girls all over the world and for women’s football in Spain. This is massive.”

Toña Is, Spain head coach

New Zealand capped off an historic tournament by picking up the bronze medal, the country's best-ever finish at any FIFA tournament, male or female.


Finland were the only nation to be making their U-17 Women's World Cup debut in Uruguay. They were knocked out after the group stage, but finished their campaign by getting their first point in a 1-1 draw with the hosts.

15 seconds is all New Zealand's Grace Wisnewski needed to open the scoring against Canada in the match for third place. Her goal was the fastest in U-17 Women's World Cup history.