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The draw for the U-20 2022 Women’s World Cup took place today at the National Theater in San Jose, paving the way for fame for 16 participating teams and fans around the world.

With the approach of the 2023 Women’s FIFA World Cup (https://fifa.fans/38YUQRS) some of the world’s best young players and future women’s superstars will take to the field at the U-20 Women’s FIFA World Cup in Costa Rica from 10 to 28 August 2022

The hosts of Costa Rica will start their campaign and tournament against the FIFA Women’s 2023 FIFA World Cup, Australia, and will be joined by Brazil and Spain in Group A. The reigning champions Japan are in Group D along with the Netherlands, Ghana and the US.

As the first FIFA draw to be broadcast live on FIFA + (https://fifa.fans/3sisZmF), this stellar event included the celebration of women’s football and culture of Costa Rica, as well as messages from the President of the Republic of Costa Rica, Mr. Carlos Alvarado Quesada, FEDEFUTBOL President Radolfo Villalabas and FIFA President Gianni Infantino.

Athlete and TV presenter Johanna Solana presented the draw, which was joined by Costa Rican football icons Shirley Cruz and Paul Cesar Vanchaup together with the draw’s conductor Jaime Yarza, FIFA Tournament Director.

To receive the latest updates on ticket sales for the 2022 U-20 Women’s World Cup, register at FIFA.com/tickets.

For the latest news and updates about the tournament, visit https://fifa.fans/3KMUGKL and follow the channels on the social networks FIFA Women’s World Cup ™ on Twitter (https://bit.ly/3kQq5kM), Facebook (https: / / bit.ly/3l3xdL7) and Instagram (https://bit.ly/3LR2GMd).

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