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Date and time of the next match of the Colombia Women’s team in the South American U-20 Championship

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Date and time of the next match of the Colombia Women’s team in the South American U-20 Championship

A victory for the Colombian team would qualify them for the final phase of the South American championship – credit Colombian Football Federation

The Colombian U-20 women’s team achieved a 4-1 victory against its counterpart from Venezuela during the second date of Group B of the South American category, held in Ecuador.

This victory puts the team led by Carlos Paniagua in a favorable position to qualify, as second in its group with six points, like Brazil, but with a goal difference in favor of the Brazilians.

The match started in a promising way for Colombia, which opened the scoring just two minutes in thanks to an own goal caused by a detour by the Venezuelan defense. The team expanded its advantage with a goal from Maithé López in the ninth minute, taking advantage of a rebound from the Venezuelan goalkeeper. Despite the discount by Venezuela thanks to Mariana Isabella Barreto at 19 minutes, Daniela Garavito and Stefanía Perlaza contributed with additional goals for Colombia, ensuring the final 4-1.

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Daniela Garavito was one of the best players of the Tricolor – FCF credit

The next match of the team that is preparing to play the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Colombia will be against its counterpart from Bolivia, last in the standings, without goals in favor and with the most goals scored in the championship by conceding nine points. The duel is scheduled for Thursday, April 18 at the Modelo Alberto Spencer stadium in Guayaquil, Ecuador. The initial whistle is scheduled for 4:00 in the afternoon, Colombian time, opening the day of matches in group B of the South American.

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  • Brazil: 6 points / 2 games played / +6 goal difference
  • Colombia: 6 points / 2 games played / +5 goal difference
  • Venezuela: 3 points / 2 games played / +3 goal difference
  • Chile: 3 points / 3 games played / -5 goal difference
  • Bolivia: 0 points / 3 games played / -9 goal difference
  • FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup emblem – FIFA credit

    FIFA has unveiled the official design and visual presentation of the next U-20 Women’s World Cup, to be held in Colombia in 2024. The logo, inspired by the country’s natural beauty, reflects the Colombian spirit and culture, taking as a reference the Caño Cristales River and the colors of the national flag to symbolize unity and national pride.

    This important sporting event, which will take place between August 31 and September 22, will see the participation of the local team, already qualified for being the host country. The matches will be played in Bogotá, Medellín and Cali, in stadiums selected to meet the international standards required for a tournament of this magnitude.

    The choice of Colombia as the venue for this prestigious competition responds to recognition of its capacity to organize high-level sporting events. FIFA and the Colombian Football Federation (FCF) have highlighted the country’s sports infrastructure, local support and a favorable climate as determining factors for its realization. The tournament not only seeks to excite football fans with highly competitive matches, but also to celebrate the centenary of the FCF.

    It is important to mention that outstanding players such as Linda Caicedo and Salma Paralluelo, who shone in the previous edition of the tournament, are examples of the talent that this type of competition seeks to promote at an international level.

    The mayors of the host cities have expressed their commitment and enthusiasm for hosting the matches, ensuring that everything is ready to offer a unique experience to players and spectators. This tournament not only represents a showcase for emerging talent in women’s football, but also an opportunity to promote equality and female empowerment in sport. With the participation of teams from around the world, this event is expected to strengthen the interest and development of women’s football globally.

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