2011 FIFA U-17 World Cup


2011 FIFA U-17 World Cup
2011 FIFA U-17 World Cup
FIFA U-17 World Cup Mexico 2011
Tournament details
Host country  Mexico
Dates 18 June – 10 July
Teams 24 (from 6 confederations)
Venue(s) 7 (in 7 host cities)
Final positions
Champions  Mexico (2nd title)
Runners-up  Uruguay
Third place  Germany
Fourth place  Brazil
Tournament statistics
Matches played 52
Goals scored 158 (3.04 per match)
Attendance 1,002,314 (19,275 per match)
Top scorer(s) Souleymane Coulibaly (9 goals)
Best player Julio Gómez
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The 2011 FIFA U-17 World Cup (Spanish: Copa Mundial Sub-17 de la FIFA México 2011) was the fourteenth tournament of the FIFA U-17 World Cup, and the eleventh played since the change in age limits from under 16s to Under 17s in 1991. It was held in Mexico with games being played amongst various venues between 18 June and 10 July 2011. Mexico won the Cup, being the first team to achieve it as hosts defeating Uruguay 2–0 and managing their second title in the category.[1]

It was confirmed by the 58th FIFA Congress in Sydney, Australia that Mexico would be the host, beating other bids from the Czech Republic and Iran.[2]

Contents

Player eligibility

Only players born on or after January 1, 1994 were eligible to compete in the 2011 FIFA U-17 World Cup.

Venues

After having won the right to host the 2011 FIFA U-17 World Cup, Femexfut president, Justino Compéan, stated during an interview from Sydney, Australia, that the Estadio Corona, in Torreón, would be one of the venues, arguing that recently built or invested stadia would have a major preference. He also mentioned Monterrey, Ciudad Juárez, Querétaro, Tijuana, Pachuca and Aguascalientes as other possible venues.[3][4]

The Estadio Azteca in Mexico City, after having previously hosted major events, such as 1970 and 1986 FIFA World Cup, 1983 FIFA World Youth Championship, 1999 FIFA Confederations Cup and 1968 Summer Olympics Football final matches, hosted the third place match and the final match of the tournament.

Venues and stadia[5][6]
Mexico City Zapopan (Guadalajara) San Nicolás de los Garza (Monterrey) Morelia
Estadio Azteca Estadio Omnilife Estadio Universitario Estadio Morelos
19°19′10.48″N 99°09′01.59″W / 19.3195778°N 99.1504417°W / 19.3195778; -99.1504417 (Azteca) 20°40′54.00″N 103°27′46.00″W / 20.68167°N 103.46278°W / 20.68167; -103.46278 (Omnilife) 25°43′22.10″N 100°18′43.40″W / 25.722806°N 100.312056°W / 25.722806; -100.312056 (Universitario) 19°43′07.47″N 101°14′01.04″W / 19.7187417°N 101.2336222°W / 19.7187417; -101.2336222 (Morelos)
Capacity: 105,064 Capacity: 49,850 Capacity: 43,257 Capacity: 41,500
Estadio Azteca 07a.jpg Omnilife Stadium.png Estadio morelos 8.JPG
Querétaro Pachuca Torreón
Estadio Corregidora Estadio Hidalgo Estadio Corona
20°34′39.6″N 100°21′58.9″W / 20.577667°N 100.366361°W / 20.577667; -100.366361 (Corregidora) 20°06′18.52″N 98°45′22.01″W / 20.1051444°N 98.7561139°W / 20.1051444; -98.7561139 (Hidalgo) 25°33′18″N 103°24′11″W / 25.555°N 103.40306°W / 25.555; -103.40306 (Corona)
Capacity: 35,550 Capacity: 30,000 Capacity: 30,000
Queretaro-estadio-corregidora-int.jpg Estadio Hidalgo Huracan.jpg T-S-M.jpg

Teams

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In addition to host nation Mexico, 23 nations qualified from 6 separate continental competitions.

Confederation Qualifying Tournament Qualifier(s)
AFC (Asia) 2010 AFC U-16 Championship  North Korea
 Uzbekistan1
 Australia
 Japan
CAF (Africa) 2011 African Under-17 Championship  Burkina Faso
 Rwanda1
 Congo
 Côte d'Ivoire
CONCACAF
(Central, North America and Caribbean)
2011 CONCACAF U-17 Championship  United States
Canada Canada
 Panama1
 Jamaica
CONMEBOL (South America) 2011 South American Under-17 Football Championship  Brazil
 Uruguay
 Argentina
 Ecuador
OFC (Oceania) 2011 OFC Under 17 Tournament  New Zealand
UEFA (Europe) 2011 UEFA European Under-17 Football Championship  Netherlands
 Germany
 Denmark1
 England
 Czech Republic2
 France
Host nation  Mexico
1.^ Teams that made their debut.
2.^ Czech Republic made their debut as independent nation. The now-defunct Czechoslovakia qualified for their only appearance in 1993.

Match officials

Africa
  • Cameroon Neant Alioum
    • Assistant referees: Senegal Djibril Camara, South Africa Zakhele Siwela
  • Angola Helder Martins de Carvalho
    • Assistant referees: Rwanda Felicien Kabanda, Kenya Aden Range Marwa
Asia
  • United Arab Emirates Ali Hamad Al-Badwawi
    • Assistant referees: Oman Hamad Suliman Al Mayahi, Iran Reza Sokhandan
  • Bahrain Nawaf Ghayyath Shukralla
    • Assistant referees: Bahrain Yaser Abdulla Tulefat, Bahrain Khaled Al Allan
Europe
  • France Tony Chapron
    • Assistant referees: France Emmanuel Boisdenghien, France Fredji Harchay
  • Czech Republic Pavel Královec
    • Assistant referees: Czech Republic Martin Wilczek, Czech Republic Miroslav Zlamal
  • Norway Svein Oddvar Moen
    • Assistant referees: Norway Frank Andas, Norway Kim Haglund
  • Netherlands Bas Nijhuis
    • Assistant referees: Netherlands Angelo Boonman, Netherlands Erwin Zeinstra
  • Russia Alexey Nikolaev
    • Assistant referees: Russia Anton Averianov, Russia Tikhon Kalugin
  • Switzerland Stephen Studer
    • Assistant referees: Switzerland Sandro Pozzi, Switzerland Raffael Zeder
North America, Central America and Caribbean
  • Jamaica Raymon Bogle
    • Assistant referees: Jamaica Stephen Brown, Trinidad and Tobago Dion Neil
  • Mexico Roberto García Orozco
    • Assistant referees: Mexico Alejandro Ayala, Mexico Víctor Calderón
Oceania
  • French Polynesia Norbert Hauata
    • Assistant referees: Papua New Guinea David Charles , New Zealand Mark Rule
South America
  • Argentina Diego Abal
    • Assistant referees: Argentina Alejo Castany, Argentina Gustavo Esquivel
  • Peru Víctor Hugo Carrillo
    • Assistant referees: Peru Jonny Bossio, Peru César Escano
  • Ecuador Omar Ponce
    • Assistant referees: Ecuador Carlos Herrera, Ecuador Christian Lescano
Reserve list
  • El Salvador Elmer Bonilla
    • Assistant referees: Nicaragua Keytzell Corrales, Costa Rica Octavio Jarra
  • Mexico Paul Delgadillo
    • Assistant referees: Mexico Marcos Quintero, Mexico Salvador Rodríguez
  • Panama Jafaeth Perea Amador
    • Assistant referees: Belize Ricardo Daniel Ake, Honduras Juan Antonio Rodas

Squads

Group stage

The draw for the group stage took place on the 17 May 2011 at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México's Sala Nezahualcóyotl concert Hall.[7][8] The seeding was as follows:

Pot A Pot B Pot C Pot D

 Mexico
 Germany
 England
 Brazil
 Argentina
 United States

 Congo
 Burkina Faso
 Côte d'Ivoire
 Rwanda
 Jamaica
 New Zealand

 Canada
 Panama
 Japan
 North Korea
 Australia
 Uzbekistan

 Denmark
 Netherlands
 France
 Czech Republic
 Uruguay
 Ecuador

The winners and runners-up from each group, as well as the best four third-placed teams, qualified for the first round of the knockout stage (round of 16).

Tie-breaking criteria

Where two or more teams end the group stage with the same number of points, their ranking is determined by the following criteria:[9]

  1. goal difference in all group matches;
  2. number of goals scored in all group matches;
  3. points earned in the matches between the teams concerned;
  4. goal difference in the matches between the teams concerned;
  5. number of goals scored in the group matches between the teams concerned;
  6. drawing of lots by the organising committee.

Ranking of third place teams in each group are determined by the following criteria, top four advances to the round of 16:[9]

  1. number of points
  2. goal difference in all group matches;
  3. number of goals scored in all group matches;
  4. drawing of lots by the organising committee.
Key to colours in group tables
Group winners, runners-up, and best four third-placed teams advanced to the Round of 16

All kick-off times are local (UTC−05:00).

Group A

Free Kick on the Mexico - Netherlands match
Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Mexico 3 3 0 0 8 4 +4 9
 Congo 3 1 1 1 3 3 0 4
 North Korea 3 0 2 1 3 5 –2 2
 Netherlands 3 0 1 2 3 5 –2 1


18 June 2011
15:00
Mexico  3 – 1  North Korea Estadio Morelos, Morelia
Attendance: 34,312
Referee: Stephan Studer (Switzerland)
Fierro Goal 37'
Jong Kwang-Sok Goal 68' (o.g.)
Casillas Goal 86'
Report Jo Kwang Goal 3'

18 June 2011
18:00
Congo  1 – 0  Netherlands Estadio Morelos, Morelia
Attendance: 34,312
Referee: Jafaeth Perea Amador (Panama)
Kounkou Goal 53' Report

21 June 2011
15:00
North Korea  1 – 1  Netherlands Estadio Morelos, Morelia
Attendance: 7,500
Referee: Neant Alioum (Cameroon)
Kang Nam-Gwon Goal 48' Report Gravenberch Goal 75'

21 June 2011
18:00
Mexico  2 – 1  Congo Estadio Morelos, Morelia
Attendance: 25,710
Referee: Tony Chapron (France)
Espericueta Goal 40'
Gómez Goal 85'
Report Epako Goal 73'

24 June 2011
18:00
North Korea  1 – 1  Congo Estadio Morelos, Morelia
Attendance: 14,206
Referee: Pavel Královec (Czech Republic)
Ju Jong-Chol Goal 14' Report Nkounkou Goal 75'

24 June 2011
18:00
Mexico  3 – 2  Netherlands Estadio Universitario, Monterrey
Attendance: 29,000
Referee: Víctor Hugo Carrillo (Peru)
Casillas Goal 29'
Fierro Goal 43'
González Goal 90+4'
Report Depay Goal 47'
Ebecilio Goal 63'

Group B

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Japan 3 2 1 0 5 2 +3 7
 France 3 1 2 0 5 2 +3 5
 Argentina 3 1 0 2 3 7 –4 3
 Jamaica 3 0 1 2 2 4 –2 1
18 June 2011
15:00
France  3 – 0  Argentina Estadio Universitario, Monterrey
Attendance: 16,200
Referee: Roberto García Orozco (Mexico)
Benzia Goal 35'45'
Haller Goal 38'
Report

18 June 2011
18:00
Japan  1 – 0  Jamaica Estadio Universitario, Monterrey
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Neant Alioum (Cameroon)
Matsumoto Goal 61' Report

21 June 2011
15:00
Japan  1 – 1  France Estadio Universitario, Monterrey
Attendance: 4,827
Referee: Víctor Hugo Carrillo (Peru)
Ishige Goal 49' (pen.) Report Yaisien Goal 24'

21 June 2011
18:00
Jamaica  1 – 2  Argentina Estadio Universitario, Monterrey
Attendance: 9,150
Referee: Pavel Královec (Czech Republic)
Barnes Goal 89' Report Silva Goal 23'
Pugh Goal 63'

24 June 2011
15:00
Japan  3 – 1  Argentina Estadio Morelos, Morelia
Attendance: 10,200
Referee: Neant Alioum (Cameroon)
Takagi Goal 4'
Ueda Goal 20'
Akino Goal 74'
Report Ferreira Goal 87'

24 June 2011
15:00
Jamaica  1 – 1  France Estadio Universitario, Monterrey
Attendance: 7,566
Referee: Helder Martins de Carvalho (Angola)
Lewis Goal 9' Report Benzia Goal 58'

Group C

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 England 3 2 1 0 6 2 +4 7
 Uruguay 3 2 0 1 4 2 +2 6
 Canada 3 0 2 1 2 5 –3 2
 Rwanda 3 0 1 2 0 3 –3 1
19 June 2011
15:00
Rwanda  0 – 2  England Estadio Hidalgo, Pachuca
Attendance: 12,640
Referee: Norbert Hauata (Tahiti)
Report Hope Goal 68'
Sterling Goal 86'

19 June 2011
18:00
Uruguay  3 – 0  Canada Estadio Hidalgo, Pachuca
Attendance: 12,699
Referee: Alexey Nikolaev (Russia)
Mascia Goal 52'
Méndez Goal 85' (pen.)
Álvarez Goal 90+3'
Report

22 June 2011
15:00
Uruguay  1 – 0  Rwanda Estadio Hidalgo, Pachuca
Attendance: 12,999
Referee: Svein Oddvar Moen (Norway)
Pais Goal 90+5' Report

22 June 2011
18:00
Canada  2 – 2  England Estadio Hidalgo, Pachuca
Attendance: 17,882
Referee: Omar Ponce (Ecuador)
Jalali Goal 50'
Roberts Goal 87'
Report Morgan Goal 46'
Turgott Goal 77'
  • Roberts' goal for Canada marked the first time a goalkeeper had scored in any FIFA finals tournament.[10]

25 June 2011
15:00
Uruguay  0 – 2  England Estadio Corona, Torreón
Attendance: 11,410
Referee: Ali Hamad Al-Badwawi (UAE)
Report Chalobah Goal 45'
Clayton Goal 58'

25 June 2011
15:00
Canada  0 – 0  Rwanda Estadio Hidalgo, Pachuca
Attendance: 5,803
Referee: Tony Chapron (France)
Report

Group D

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Uzbekistan 3 2 0 1 5 6 –1 6
 United States 3 1 1 1 4 2 +2 4
 New Zealand 3 1 1 1 4 2 +2 4
 Czech Republic 3 1 0 2 2 5 –3 3

Drawing of lots was used to determine the final positions of the United States and New Zealand, as the two teams finished level on points, goal difference, goals scored, and head-to-head record.[11]

19 June 2011
15:00
Uzbekistan  1 – 4  New Zealand Estadio Corona, Torreón
Attendance: 7,561
Referee: Helder Martins (Angola)
T. Khakimov Goal 39' Report Carmichael Goal 10'36'53'
Vale Goal 87'

19 June 2011
18:00
United States  3 – 0  Czech Republic Estadio Corona, Torreón
Attendance: 15,083
Referee: Diego Abal (Argentina)
Guido Goal 5'
E. Rodriguez Goal 52'
Koroma Goal 89'
Report

22 June 2011
15:00
United States  1 – 2  Uzbekistan Estadio Corona, Torreón
Attendance: 4,133
Referee: Alexey Nikolaev (Russia)
Koroma Goal 47' Report Davlatov Goal 13'
Makhstaliev Goal 54' (pen.)

22 June 2011
18:00
Czech Republic  1 – 0  New Zealand Estadio Corona, Torreón
Attendance: 10,105
Referee: Roberto García (Mexico)
Juliš Goal 28' Report

25 June 2011
18:00
United States  0 – 0  New Zealand Estadio Hidalgo, Pachuca
Attendance: 8,556
Referee: Bas Nijhuis (Netherlands)
Report

25 June 2011
18:00
Czech Republic  1 – 2  Uzbekistan Estadio Corona, Torreón
Attendance: 14,673
Referee: Raymon Bogle (Jamaica)
Juliš Goal 23' (pen.) Report T. Khakimov Goal 44'
Makhstaliev Goal 73'

Group E

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Germany 3 3 0 0 11 1 +10 9
 Ecuador 3 2 0 1 5 7 –2 6
 Panama 3 1 0 2 2 4 –2 3
 Burkina Faso 3 0 0 3 0 6 –6 0
20 June 2011
15:00
Germany  6 – 1  Ecuador Estadio Corregidora, Querétaro
Attendance: 23,500
Referee: Elmer Arturo Bonilla (El Salvador)
Yesil Goal 31'69'
Röcker Goal 54'
Aycicek Goal 61'
Ducksch Goal 85'
Aydin Goal 90'
Report Gruezo Goal 51'

20 June 2011
18:00
Burkina Faso  0 – 1  Panama Estadio Corregidora, Querétaro
Attendance: 25,167
Referee: Bas Nijhuis (Netherlands)
Report Aguilar Goal 22'

23 June 2011
15:00
Burkina Faso  0 – 3  Germany Estadio Corregidora, Querétaro
Attendance: 14,603
Referee: Paul Delgadillo (Mexico)
Report Günter Goal 4'
Aycicek Goal 26' (pen.)
Weiser Goal 64'

23 June 2011
18:00
Panama  1 – 2  Ecuador Estadio Corregidora, Querétaro
Attendance: 18,650
Referee: Nawaf Ghayyath Shukralla (Bahrain)
Aguilar Goal 33' Report Jaime Goal 61'
Cevallos Goal 82'

26 June 2011
15:00
Burkina Faso  0 – 2  Ecuador Estadio Omnilife, Guadalajara
Attendance: 15,165
Referee: Alexey Nikolaev (Russia)
Report Cevallos Goal 74'
Mercado Goal 76'

26 June 2011
15:00
Panama  0 – 2  Germany Estadio Corregidora, Querétaro
Attendance: 28,500
Referee: Norbert Hauata (Tahiti)
Report Aydin Goal 10'
Weiser Goal 39'

Group F

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Brazil 3 2 1 0 7 3 +4 7
 Côte d'Ivoire 3 1 1 1 8 7 +1 4
 Australia 3 1 1 1 3 3 0 4
 Denmark 3 0 1 2 3 8 –5 1
20 June 2011
15:00
Brazil  3 – 0  Denmark Estadio Omnilife, Guadalajara
Attendance: 18,845
Referee: Ali Al Badwawi (UAE)
Ademilson Goal 32'78'
Wallace Goal 57'
Report

20 June 2011
18:00
Australia  2 – 1  Côte d'Ivoire Estadio Omnilife, Guadalajara
Attendance: 20,728
Referee: Raymond Bogle (Jamaica)
Makarounas Goal 51'
Tombides Goal 77'
Report S. Coulibaly Goal 18'

23 June 2011
15:00
Australia  0 – 1  Brazil Estadio Omnilife, Guadalajara
Attendance: 21,159
Referee: Stephen Studer (Switzerland)
Report Adryan Goal 76'

23 June 2011
18:00
Côte d'Ivoire  4 – 2  Denmark Estadio Omnilife, Guadalajara
Attendance: 22,126
Referee: Elmer Bonilla (El Salvador)
S. Coulibaly Goal 23'37'41' (pen.)69' Report Zohore Goal 9'
Fischer Goal 32'

26 June 2011
18:00
Côte d'Ivoire  3 – 3  Brazil Estadio Omnilife, Guadalajara
Attendance: 24,943
Referee: Roberto García Orozco (Mexico)
S. Coulibaly Goal 11'33'58' Report Lucas Piazón Goal 8'
Ademilson Goal 14'
Adryan Goal 90+3'

27 June 2011
10:00
Australia  1 – 1  Denmark Estadio Corregidora, Querétaro
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Diego Abal (Argentina)
Remington Goal 89' Report Sørensen Goal 35'
  • The game was originally played on 26 June 2011 (kickoff 18:00), but was suspended after 25 minutes due to heavy downpour and lightning (with Denmark leading 1–0 on an 11th-minute goal by Viktor Fischer). Following an hour and a half delay in which the conditions did not improve, the Organising Committee for the FIFA U-17 World Cup decided to abandon the match and replay it in its entirety (starting from 0–0) the next day, 27 June 2011 (kickoff 10:00), at the same venue, Estadio Corregidora in Querétaro.[12]

Ranking of third-placed teams

Group Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
D  New Zealand 3 1 1 1 4 2 +2 4
F  Australia 3 1 1 1 3 3 0 4
E  Panama 3 1 0 2 2 4 –2 3
B  Argentina 3 1 0 2 3 7 –4 3
A  North Korea 3 0 2 1 3 5 –2 2
C  Canada 3 0 2 1 2 5 –3 2

Knockout stage

In a rule to avoid potential "player burnout", all games in the knockout stage proceeded straight to penalties if tied after normal time, thus avoiding the need for 30 minutes of extra time.[13][9]

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                           
29 June 2011 – Morelia            
  Congo  1
3 July 2011 – Monterrey
  Uruguay  2  
  Uruguay  2
29 June 2011 – Torreón
    Uzbekistan  0  
  Uzbekistan  4
7 July 2011 – Guadalajara
  Australia  0  
  Uruguay  3
29 June 2011 – Monterrey
    Brazil  0  
  Japan  6
3 July 2011 – Querétaro
  New Zealand  0  
  Japan  2
29 June 2011 – Guadalajara
    Brazil  3  
  Brazil  2
10 July 2011 – Mexico City
  Ecuador  0  
  Uruguay  0
30 June 2011 – Querétaro
    Mexico  2
  Germany  4
4 July 2011 – Morelia
  United States  0  
  Germany  3
30 June 2011 – Pachuca
    England  2  
  England (pen.)  1 (4)
7 July 2011 – Torreón
  Argentina  1 (2)  
  Germany  2
30 June 2011 – Querétaro
    Mexico  3   Third place
  France  3
4 July 2011 – Pachuca 10 July 2011 – Mexico City
  Côte d'Ivoire  2  
  France  1   Brazil  3
30 June 2011 – Pachuca
    Mexico  2     Germany  4
  Mexico  2
  Panama  0  

Round of 16

29 June 2011
15:00
Uzbekistan  4 – 0  Australia Estadio Corona, Torreón
Attendance: 8,340
Referee: Víctor Hugo Carrillo (Peru)
Makhstaliev Goal 11'
T. Khakimov Goal 40'
Chapman Goal 66' (o.g.)
Yarbekov Goal 89'
Report

29 June 2011
15:00
Brazil  2 – 0  Ecuador Estadio Omnilife, Guadalajara
Attendance: 19,335
Referee: Pavel Kralovec (Czech Republic)
Ademilson Goal 16'
Léo Goal 87'
Report

29 June 2011
18:00
Congo  1 – 2  Uruguay Estadio Morelos, Morelia
Attendance: 12,350
Referee: Raymon Bogle (Jamaica)
Binguila Goal 53' Report Moreira Goal 65'
Silva Goal 86'

29 June 2011
18:00
Japan  6 – 0  New Zealand Estadio Universitario, Monterrey
Attendance: 7,930
Referee: Stephen Studer (Switzerland)
Ishige Goal 20'22'
Hayakawa Goal 32'80'
Colvey Goal 42' (o.g.)
Minamino Goal 56'
Report

30 June 2011
15:00
Germany  4 – 0  United States Estadio Corregidora, Querétaro
Attendance: 16,191
Referee: Omar Ponce (Ecuador)
Günter Goal 20'
Weiser Goal 40'
Yesil Goal 43'
Ducksch Goal 50'
Report

30 June 2011
15:00
England  1 – 1  Argentina Estadio Hidalgo, Pachuca
Attendance: 6,807
Referee: Nawaf Ghayyath Shukralla (Bahrain)
Sterling Goal 40' Report Padilla Goal 12'
  Penalties  
Magri Scored
Morgan Scored
Clayton Missed
Forster-Caskey Scored
Chalobah Scored
4 – 2 Scored Ocampos
Scored Pugh
Missed Iñíguez
Missed Allione

30 June 2011
18:00
France  3 – 2  Côte d'Ivoire Estadio Corregidora, Querétaro
Attendance: 18,192
Referee: Elmer Bonilla (El Salvador)
Benzia Goal 37' (pen.)74'
Nangis Goal 65'
Report S. Coulibaly Goal 3'
Diarrassouba Goal 25'

30 June 2011
18:00
Mexico  2 – 0  Panama Estadio Hidalgo, Pachuca
Attendance: 15,415
Referee: Svein Oddvar Moen (Norway)
Fierro Goal 2'
Bueno Goal 89'
Report

Quarterfinals

3 July 2011
15:00
Uruguay  2 – 0  Uzbekistan Estadio Universitario, Monterrey
Attendance: 11,015
Referee: Neant Alioum (Cameroon)
Charamoni Goal 29'
Aguirre Goal 64'
Report

3 July 2011
18:00
Japan  2 – 3  Brazil Estadio Corregidora, Querétaro
Attendance: 30,123
Referee: Roberto García (Mexico)
Nakajima Goal 77'
Hayakawa Goal 88'
Report Léo Goal 16'
Ademilson Goal 48'
Adryan Goal 60'

4 July 2011
15:00
Germany  3 – 2  England Estadio Morelos, Morelia
Attendance: 16,020
Referee: Pavel Královec (Czech Republic)
Yesil Goal 7'53'
Ayhan Goal 24'
Report Magri Goal 67' (pen.)
Hope Goal 83'

4 July 2011
18:00
France  1 – 2  Mexico Estadio Hidalgo, Pachuca
Attendance: 21,960
Referee: Ali Al Badwawi (UAE)
Ikoko Goal 17' Report Escamilla Goal 14'
Fierro Goal 50'

Semifinals

7 July 2011
15:00
Uruguay  3 – 0  Brazil Estadio Omnilife, Guadalajara,
Attendance: 29,315
Referee: Alexey Nikolaev (Russia)
Álvarez Goal 20' (pen.)
San Martín Goal 72'
Méndez Goal 90+5'
Report

7 July 2011
18:00
Germany  2 – 3  Mexico Estadio Corona, Torreón
Attendance: 26,086
Referee: Omar Ponce (Ecuador)
Yesil Goal 10'
Can Goal 60'
Report Gómez Goal 3'90'
Espericueta Goal 76'

Third-place match

10 July 2011
15:00
Brazil  3 – 4  Germany Estadio Azteca, Mexico City
Attendance: 94,379
Referee: Roberto García (Mexico)
Wellington Goal 22'
Adryan Goal 29' (pen.)33'
Report Aydin Goal 20'63'
Günter Goal 45+1'
Aycicek Goal 55'

Final

10 July 2011
18:00
Uruguay  0 – 2  Mexico Estadio Azteca, Mexico City
Attendance: 98,943
Referee: Svein Oddvar Moen (Norway)
Report Briseño Goal 31'
Casillas Goal 90+2'

Awards

Winners

 2011 FIFA U-17 World Cup Winners 

Mexico
2nd title

Individual Awards

Golden Ball Silver Ball Bronze Ball
Mexico Julio Gómez Mexico Jonathan Espericueta Mexico Carlos Fierro
Golden Shoe Silver Shoe Bronze Shoe
Côte d'Ivoire Souleymane Coulibaly Germany Samed Yesil Brazil Adryan
9 goals 6 goals 5 goals
Golden Glove
Uruguay Jonathan Cubero
FIFA Fair Play Award
 Japan

Goalscorers

9 goals
  • Côte d'Ivoire Souleymane Coulibaly
6 goals
  • Germany Samed Yesil
5 goals
  • Brazil Ademilson
  • Brazil Adryan
  • France Yassine Benzia
4 goals
  • Germany Okan Aydin
  • Mexico Carlos Fierro
3 goals
  • Germany Levent Aycicek
  • Germany Koray Günter
  • Germany Mitchell Weiser
  • Japan Fumiya Hayakawa
  • Japan Hideki Ishige
  • Mexico Giovani Casillas
  • Mexico Julio Gómez
  • New Zealand Stephen Carmichael
  • Uzbekistan Timur Khakimov
  • Uzbekistan Abbosbek Makhstaliev
2 goals
  • Brazil Léo
  • Czech Republic Lukáš Juliš
  • Ecuador José Francisco Cevallos
  • England Hallam Hope
  • England Raheem Sterling
  • Germany Marvin Ducksch
  • Mexico Jorge Espericueta
  • Panama Jorman Aguilar
  • Uruguay Elbio Álvarez
  • Uruguay Guillermo Méndez
  • United States Alfred Koroma
1 goal
  • Argentina Brian Ferreira
  • Argentina Maximiliano Padilla
  • Argentina Lucas Pugh
  • Argentina Jonathan Silva
  • Australia Jesse Makarounas
  • Australia Luke Remington
  • Australia Dylan Tombides
  • Brazil Lucas Piazón
  • Brazil Wallace
  • Brazil Wellington
  • Canada Sadi Jalali
  • Canada Quillan Roberts
  • Republic of the Congo Hardy Binguila
  • Republic of the Congo Bel-Ange Epako
  • Republic of the Congo Justalain Kounkou
  • Republic of the Congo Christ Nkounkou
  • Côte d'Ivoire Drissa Diarrassouba
  • Denmark Viktor Fischer
  • Denmark Lee Rochester Sørensen
  • Denmark Kenneth Zohore
  • Ecuador Carlos Gruezo
  • Ecuador Jordan Jaime
  • Ecuador Kevin Mercado
  • England Nathaniel Chalobah
  • England Max Clayton
  • England Sam Magri
  • England Adam Morgan
  • England Blair Turgott
  • France Sébastien Haller
  • France Jordan Ikoko
  • France Lenny Nangis
  • France Abdallah Yaisien
  • Germany Kaan Ayhan
  • Germany Emre Can
  • Germany Cimo Röcker
  • Jamaica Zhelano Barnes
  • Jamaica Andre Lewis
  • Japan Hiroki Akino
  • Japan Masaya Matsumoto
  • Japan Takumi Minamino
  • Japan Shoya Nakajima
  • Japan Daisuke Takagi
  • Japan Naomichi Ueda
  • Mexico Antonio Briseño
  • Mexico Marco Bueno
  • Mexico Kevin Escamilla
  • Mexico Alfonso González
  • Netherlands Memphis Depay
  • Netherlands Kyle Ebecilio
  • Netherlands Danzell Gravenberch
  • New Zealand Jordan Vale
  • North Korea Jo Kwang
  • North Korea Ju Jong-Chol
  • North Korea Kang Nam-Gwon
  • United States Alejandro Guido
  • United States Esteban Rodriguez
  • Uruguay Rodrigo Aguirre
  • Uruguay Santiago Charamoni
  • Uruguay Juan Cruz Mascia
  • Uruguay Maximiliano Moreira
  • Uruguay Leonardo Pais
  • Uruguay Juan San Martín
  • Uruguay Gastón Silva
  • Uzbekistan Bobir Davlatov
  • Uzbekistan Davlatbek Yarbekov
1 own goal
  • Australia Connor Chapman (playing against Uzbekistan)
  • New Zealand Kip Colvey (playing against Japan)
  • North Korea Jong Kwang-Sok (playing against Mexico)

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