The squads for the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup were announced today, with all 16 teams naming their 21 players to reveal the 336 individuals who will be representing their country in Canada between 5 - 24 August.

The hosts have named several veterans of previous FIFA tournaments. Coach Andrew Olivieri is able to call on players with a wealth of experience at U-17 level, with all but six of his 21 having played at an U-17 World Cup. Indeed, Jessie Fleming captained the lower age group's squad in Costa Rica earlier this year, getting herself on the scoresheet in her side's opener against Germany.

Another star of Costa Rica, Nigeria's Uchenna Kanu, takes her place in Peter Dedevbo's 21 after impressing with three goals in her side's four games at the tournament earlier this year.

Take a closer look for yourself at all the sides at the official site of the tournament: