FIFA U-17 World Cup Chile 2015

FIFA U-17 World Cup Chile 2015

26 October - 17 November

FIFA U-17 World Cup 2015

Follow Chile 2015 on FIFA.com

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The teams are in South America and kick-off for the FIFA U-17 World Cup Chile 2015 is just hours away. With so many stars of the future set to take to the pitch, here is how FIFA.com will give you direct access to all the action over the next few weeks.

We will be on the ground at all eight host cities bringing you news, interviews and photos from each of the 24 teams bidding to lift the trophy on 8 November. In the meantime, you can already become acquainted with all the budding superstars who will be on show with our team profiles and full squad lists, giving you the vital statistics on all 504 players in Chile.

Our World Match Centre will keep you abreast of all the drama from each of the 52 matches with up-to-the-minute info. Match reports and then video highlights will follow the final whistle, providing an even more flavoursome taste of the tournament for those unable to get to the games.

Exclusive behind-the-scenes pictures, plus extensive photo galleries from the games, training sessions and team activities will be on hand too. There will also be facts, figures, fixtures and results to give you the full picture of proceedings across the country.

And with the 16th U-17 World Cup taking place in such a culturally rich nation, you can find out even more about what it has to offer in our Destination section. From Chillan to Vina Del Mar, get an insight into what the South American country has in store for those lucky enough to be here for the tournament itself.

But no matter where you are, the number of ways to get your hands on all the info has never been greater. TheFIFA App* will bring the world of Chile 2015 straight to your smartphone or tablet. Moreover, the FIFA U-17 World Cup Facebook page@FIFAcom Twitter feed and *our Instagram account *will keep you up-to-date with all the content you can handle.

With so much to come, getting to know the next generation of stars has never been easier.

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