Discover all of the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup 2022 match results and scores. Get your group standings and semi-finals, as well as the third-place playoff and final scorecards.
From October 11 to 30, India hosted the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup 2022.
The FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup was originally scheduled for 2020, but it was postponed due to COVID-19.
The 32 football matches of the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup 2022 were played at three different venues: the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar (Odisha), the Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Margao (Goa), and the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai (Maharashtra). The championship game was held in Navi Mumbai.
After defeating Colombia in the final, Spain successfully defended their title, tying North Korea for the most decorated team in the competition’s history with two titles.
A total of 16 teams from around the world will compete for the title. India, who qualified for the tournament as hosts, made their FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup debut, but were eliminated in the group stage.
The teams were split into four groups of four teams each. The following were the groups:
Groups for the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup 2022
- Group A consists of India, Brazil, the United States, and Morocco.
- Group B consists of Germany, Nigeria, Chile, and New Zealand.
- Group C consists of Spain, Colombia, Mexico, and China.
- Group D consists of Japan, Tanzania, Canada, and France.
Teams from each group competed in a round-robin format, and after the group stage, the top two from each group advanced to the quarter-finals.
FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup 2022 football results and standings
Morocco defeated Brazil 1-0.
Morocco – N/A; Brazil – Jhonson (5′).
Result: India 0-8 USA
Melina Rebimbas (9′, 31′), Charlotte Kohler (14′), Onyeka Gamero (24′), Gisele Thompson (38′), Ella Emri (52′), Taylor Suarez (58′ P), and Mia Bhuta (60′) scored for India.
USA vs. Brazil, 1-1
Nicollette Kiorpes (33′) for the United States; Carol (37′) for Brazil.
Result: India 0-3 Morocco
Scores: N/A for India; N/A for Morocco, courtesy of Doha El Madani (51′), Yasmine Zouhir (62′), and Djennah Cherif (90+1′).
Brazil defeated India 5-0.
Gabi Berchon (11′), Aline (40′, 51′), and Lara (86′, 90+3′) scored; India – N/A.
USA defeated Morocco 4-0.
Charlotte Kohler (24′, 73′), Samantha Smith (68′, 81′) scored for the United States.
Group A Position Won Lost Draw Points Goal difference
Chile defeated New Zealand 3-1.
Chile’s Ambar Figueroa (12′), Tali Rovner (22′), and Anais Cifuentes (64′) scored; New Zealand’s Emily Clegg (52′) scored.
Germany defeated Nigeria 2-1.
Germany’s Svea Stoldt (49′), Mara Alber (61′), and Nigeria’s Miracle Usani (30′) scored.
Germany defeated Chile 6-0.
Germany’s scorers were Jella Veit (20′), Alara Sehitler (24′), Mara Alber (40′), Marie Steiner (58′), Loreen Bender (60′), and Laila Portella (90’+5′); Chile’s scorers were N/A.
Nigeria defeated New Zealand 4-0.
Nigeria’s scorers were Amina Bello (16′), Miracle Usani (34′), Taiwo Afolabi (75′), and Edidiong Etim (90’+5′); New Zealand’s scorers were N/A.
New Zealand defeated Germany 1-3.
Emily Clegg (10′) for New Zealand; Loreen Bender (5′, 54′), Alara Sehitler (60′) for Germany
Nigeria defeated Chile 2-1.
Nigerian scorers: Blessing Emmanuel (4′), Bisola Mosaku (82′); Chilean scorers: Tali Rovner (90+1′).
Won Group B Position Team Lost Draw Points Difference in goals
Mexico defeats China 1-2.
Mexico’s Katherin Guijarro (90+3′) and China’s Qiao Ruiqi (49′), Yu Xingyue (90′) scored.
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Spain defeated Colombia 1-0.
Spain: Jone Amezaga (85′); Colombia: N/A.
China defeated Colombia 2-0.
China: N/A; Colombia: Linda Caicedo (9′, 23′).
Spain defeated Mexico 1-2.
Judit Parera (74′) for Spain; Maribel Hernandez (47′) and Angelique Pavon (85′) for Mexico.
China defeated Spain 1-0.
China – N/A; Spain – Marina Moreno (61′).
Colombia defeated Mexico 2-1.
Colombia’s Juana Giraldo (41′), Mexico’s Linda Caicedo (74′); Mexico’s Linda Caicedo (own goal, 81′).
Group C Position Won Lost Draw Points Goal difference
1-1 tie between Canada and France
Canada’s Chukwu (67′) and France’s Lucie Calba (73′) scored.
Japan defeated Tanzania 4-0.
Uno Shiragaki (33′), Mao Itamura (67′), Ai Tsujisawa (75′), Momoko Tanikawa (81′) for Japan; N/A for Tanzania.
France defeated Tanzania 1-2.
France’s Lucie Calba (77′) and Tanzania’s Diana Mnally (17′) and Christer Bahera (60′) scored.
Japan defeated Canada 4-0.
Japan’s scorers were Mao Kubota (4′), Uno Shiragaki (37′), Momoko Tanikawa (52′), and Mio Takaoka (90’+ 2′); Canada’s scorers were N/A.
Tanzania vs. Canada, 1-1
Tanzania’s Veronica Mapunda (35′) and Canada’s Amanda Marie Allen (14′) scored.
France defeated Japan 2-0.
N/A for France; Momoko Tanikawa (29′), Sayami Kusunoki (90+1′) for Japan.
Position in Group D Team Played Won Lost Draw Points Goal difference
- The top two from each group advance to the quarter-finals.
FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup 2022: Knockout Round Results
- 1(3) -1(4) Nigeria vs. the United States (penalties)
- Germany defeated Brazil 2-0.
- Colombia defeated Tanzania 3-0.
- Japan defeated Spain 1-2.
- Nigeria defeated Colombia 0(5)-0(6). (penalties)
- Germany 1-1 Spain (Lucia Corrales 90′)
- Playoff for third place
- Nigeria defeated Germany 3(3)-3(2). (penalties)
- Colombia 0-1 Spain (own goal by Ana Guzman – 82′)
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