AFC U-19 Women's Championship 2007


AFC U-19 Women's Championship 2007

The Asian Football Confederations AFC U-19 Women's Championship 2007 was the 4th instance of the AFC U-19 Women's Championship. It was held from October 5 to 16, 2007 at Chongqing in China.

Venues

* Chongqing Olympic Sports Centre
* Datianwan Stadium

Participants

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Group Stage

*All times are China Standard Time

Group A

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Group B

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Knockout Stages

*All times are China Standard Time

Semi-Finals

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3rd Place Match

footballbox|date= October 16,2007|time = 16:00
team1= fbw-rt|KOR
score= 0 – 1
report = [http://images.the-afc.com/Documents/competitions/fixtures/2473.pdf Report]
team2= fbw|CHN
goals1=
goals2= Ruan Xiaoqing goal|77
stadium=Chongqing Olympic Sports Centre
attendance=7,000
referee=D'Coth (flagicon|India India)

Final

footballbox|date= October 16,2007|time = 19:00
team1= fbw-rt|PRK
score= 1 – 0
report = [http://images.the-afc.com/Documents/competitions/fixtures/2472.pdf Report]
team2= fbw|JPN
goals1= Ra Un-Sim goal|22
goals2=
stadium=Chongqing Olympic Sports Centre
attendance=5,000
referee= Semaksuk (flagicon|THA Thailand)

Countries to participate in 2008 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup

*fbw|PRK
*fbw|JPN
*fbw|CHN

External links

* [http://www.the-afc.com/eng/competitions/women/U19/index_2007.jsp.html Official Site]


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