Brazilian under-20 team wins 9th Women’s South American title in perfect campaign

Brazil qualified for the World Cup in the category thanks to their achievements.

Brazil’s quest for the ninth South American under-20 women’s football title came to a finish with a golden key. By hand, the squad coached by Jonas Urias, defeated Venezuela 1-0 (on 04/24) to claim the championship and, with it, a ticket in the FIFA U-20 World Cup, which will be held in Costa Rica in August.

After a 1-0 win against Uruguay on April 21, the team’s 9th accomplishment had already been verified. Brazil finished their record season with seven victories in seven games. Tarciane, a defender for Corinthians, was the Brazilian player with the most goals: four. Brazil also had the extraordinary achievement of not conceding a single goal during the tournament.

The South American Women’s Under-20 Tournament began on April 6th and concluded on April 24th. All of the games were held in the Chilean city of La Calera. The South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) sent all 10 of its member teams to compete.

The tournament had 26 matches in total, with two groups of five teams competing in the initial round. The top two teams from each group went to the final quadrangular, where they all faced each other, and Brazil won the tournament by defeating their three opponents.

Colombia, who finished second in the tournament, also qualified for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, which will be held in Costa Rica from August 10 to 28.

Brazil’s campaign towards the enea

 Check out the chart below for all of Brazil’s results, which ensured us the seventh South American Women’s Under-20 Tournament title. The Nicolás Chahuán Nazar Municipal Stadium in La Calera, Chile, hosted all of the games.

Game no. Result Phase Date
1 Brazil 2-0 Uruguay Group stage April 7th
2 Brazil 10-0 Bolivia Group stage April 9th
3 Brazil 4-0 Ecuador Group stage April 13th
4 Brazil 1-0 Paraguay Group stage April 15th
5 Brazil 3-0 Colombia Quarterfinal April 18th
6 Brazil 1-0 Uruguay Quarterfinal April 21st
7 Brazil 1-0 Venezuela Quarterfinal April 24th

 

Brazil’s titles in the competition

The South American Women’s Under-20 Tournament was won by Brazil in all nine editions. Due to the Covid-19 epidemic, the competition was discontinued in 2020. Details about the canary titles can be found below.

Year Venue Champion Vice
2004 Brazil Brazil Paraguay
2006 Chile Brazil Argentina
2008 Brazil Brazil Argentina
2010 Colombia Brazil Colombia
2012 Brazil Brazil Argentina
2014 Uruguay Brazil Paraguay
2015 Brazil Brazil Venezuela
2018 Ecuador Brazil Paraguay
2022 Chile Brazil Colombia

 

About the Coppa del Mondo female U-20

 The FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup will be hosted by Costa Rica and will take place between the 10th and 28th of August. Sixteen teams, from all continents, will fight for the most important title in the category.

The Brazilian team, curiously, has never managed to win the Under-20 Women’s Soccer World Cup since its creation, in 2002. The best Brazilian campaign was in the 2006 edition, played in Russia, when the Canadian athletes managed to take third place.

Check below which teams are qualified for the Cup, which will have its official group draw on May 5, and also more details on all previous editions of this tournament. The 2020 edition, which would host Costa Rica and Panama, was canceled due to the covid-19 pandemic.

Teams that will compete in the 2022 edition

Asia

  • Australia;
  • Japan;
  • South Korea.

Africa

  • Ghana;
  • Nigeria.

Central and North America

  • Canada;
  • Costa Rica (host country);
  • Mexico;
  • United States.

South America

  • Brazil;
  • Colombia.

Oceania

  • New Zealand.

Europe

  • Germany;
  • Spain;
  • France;
  • Netherlands.

Women’s U-20 World Cup Champions

 

Year Venue Champion Vice
2002 Canada USA Canada
2004 Thailand Germany China
2006 Russia North Korea China
2008 Chile USA North Korea
2010 Germany Germany Nigeria
2012 Japan USA Germany
2014 Canada Germany Nigeria
2016 Papua New Guinea North Korea Françe
2018 Françe Japan Spain

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