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  • A tight race and some tremendous strikes

    ​As the final eight teams completed their second batch of FIFA U-20 World Cup games, groups E and F served up a fine selection of goals and teed up some impending drama, while France booked their next round spot.



  • Sargent sends USA top of group
    USA edged Senegal 1-0 to go top of Group F at the FIFA U-20 World Cup Korea Republic 2017 after Joshua Sargent once again found the back of the net.

  • Member associations release reports on intermediaries

    Over the past year, FIFA TMS Integrity and Compliance has contacted member associations to locate their respective reports and to determine what information has been published by each one of them.



  • De La Torre: Now it's down to business

    After scoring his country's latest goal in regulation time in FIFA U-20 World Cup history, Luca De La Torre spoke with FIFA.com about his team's resilient 3-3 draw against Ecuador at Korea Republic 2017.



  • Fresh faces and fightbacks catch the eye

    While France cruised to victory, the stars of the day came in the less seasoned individuals, as Senegal, Vietnam and a truly 21st century player stood out on day three of the FIFA U-20 World Cup Korea Republic 2017.



  • Ecuador, USA share points after wild draw

    Ecuador and USA played in a thrilling 3-3 draw as Bryan Cabezas and Josh Sargent both scored braces in their opening Group F match in Incheon at the FIFA U-20 World Cup Korea Republic. 



  • 29 days to go: Seeing red at the Confederations Cup
    FIFA.com has begun the countdown to the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017 in Russia, and from now until the start we will share an interesting fact about the tournament every day. Today we look at the number of red cards in the competition’s history. 

  • Korea Republic primed for big kick-off

    With the waiting almost over ahead of the FIFA U-20 World Cup Korea Republic 2017, let FIFA.com whet your appetite for what is in store as 24 teams battle it out to lift the trophy on 11 June.



  • How to follow the FIFA U-20 World Cup

    The FIFA U-20 World Cup action gets going on the 20 May, but how will you be able to keep up with the excitement at Korea Republic 2017? Do not worry, as FIFA.com will have you covered wherever you are.



  • Korea Republic 2017 in numbers

    With just a couple of days to go until the latest FIFA U-20 World Cup, FIFA.com takes a statistical look at Korea Republic 2017 and the tournament's history.