Time and where to see the debut of the Colombian women’s under 20 team vs. Mexico in the Sud Ladies Cup

Time and where to see the debut of the Colombian women’s under 20 team vs. Mexico in the Sud Ladies Cup
Time and where to see the debut of the Colombian women’s under 20 team vs. Mexico in the Sud Ladies Cup

The Colombian U-20 women’s team finished its preparation in Bogotá for the Sud Ladies Cup in France – FCF credit

The Colombia U-20 team has captured the attention of soccer fans, since between August 31 and September 22 the FIFA Women’s World Cup tournament will be held in the cities of Bogotá, Cali and Medellín. to which the Tricolor has a direct quota as it is the host country.

The coaching staff, headed by Carlos Paniagua, accepted the invitation to the Sud Ladies Cup to continue preparing for the world cup.

The tournament will be played in Avignion and Robion, both cities in France, and its calendar involves two phases: group round and final phase. The first will be made up of a ‘all against all’ system, and the second will be the dispute for fifth and third place; as well as the grand final.

The Colombian youth team was drawn in Group A, in which it will face Mexico and Japan, both teams qualified for the World Cup to be played in our country.. France, Morocco and Panama are the members of Group B that completes the participants

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Luisa Agudelo is one of the under-17 players, who earned the title in the under-20 team – credit Colombian Football Federation

The tricolor coach called up 22 players, the vast majority of the world’s runner-up team in the under-17 category at the 2022 World Cup in India and recently called up to compete in the South American Women’s Championship where Colombia finished in third place. This is the complete list of players called up:

  1. Ana Mile González Herrera – Millonarios FC
  2. Cristina Motta Chavarro – Independiente Santa Fe
  3. Gabriela Rodríguez Salazar – América De Cali
  4. Greicy Adriana Landazury González – Independiente Medellín
  5. Karla Daniela Viancha Gutierrez – Independiente Santa Fe
  6. Karla Dayana Torres García – Independiente Santa Fe
  7. Karen Daniela Hernández Bejarano – Independiente Santa Fe
  8. Juana Sofia Ortegón Giraldo – Deportivo Cali
  9. Laura Daniela Garavito Perdomo – Millonarios FC
  10. Liz Katerine Osorio Zuleta – Atlético Nacional
  11. Luisa Fernanda Agudelo Morelo – Deportivo Cali
  12. Maithe Lopez Miranda – Real Santander
  13. María Camila Chunquen Martínez – Deportivo Pasto
  14. Maria Fernanda Viáfara Bravo – Alianza FC
  15. Mariana Silva Romero – Independiente Santa Fe
  16. Mary José Alvárez Espitaleta – Atlético Nacional
  17. Natalia Hernández Sules – Deportivo Cali
  18. Sintia Vanesa Cabezas Vanegas – América De Cali
  19. Stefania Perlaza Perlaza – Deportivo Cali
  20. Valeria Michelle Candanoza Yacomelo – Independiente Medellín
  21. Yesica Paola Muñoz Rojas – Llaneros FC
  22. Yunaira Jessely López Moreno – Atlético Nacional

Carlos Paniagua highlighted in the press conference, before the trip to France, the demands of the rivals that they have faced during preparation and how this allows us to better identify the situations to improve in the squad: “This year we have had the opportunity to play with the United States, South American matches and we are going to face Mexico, a rival that has the same base as the World Cup in India. Japan is champion in this category, it is a power and for us it is a great gift to have this kind of preparation.”

Meanwhile, the captain of the Colombian team, Mary José Álvarez, referred to the good understanding that the entire squad has, which is estimated to be reinforced with Linda Caicedo and Ana María Guzmán for the World Cup: “There is a good base for the Under World Cup -17, we have built a family and that is reflected on the field. This National Team has that unity that is important to achieve big goals. We have to take on challenges in a big way and bring joy to the country.”

The Colombian team debuts in the tournament played in France – credit Colombian Football Federation

  • Colombia national team vs. Mexico National Team – Date 1 of the Sud Ladies Cup
  • Place: Parc Des Sports stadium- Avignon, France
  • Date and Time: Monday, May 27 – 2:00 pm Colombian time
  • Transmission: Gol Caracol HD2 and RCN Fútbol HD2
  • Possible Colombia national team alignment: Luisa Agudelo (A), Cristina Motta, Stefanía Perlaza, Mary José Álvarez (C), Sintia Cabezas, Natalia Hernández, Juana Ortegón, Gabriela Rodríguez, Ana Mile González, Karla Torres and Daniela Garavito.
  • Colombia national team coach: Carlos Paniagua
  • Possible lineup of Mexico team: Itzel Velasco, Michel Fong, Ana López, Natalia Colín, Giselle Espinoza, Fátima Servin, Alejandra Lomelí, Maribel Flores, Tatiana Flores, Alice Soto and Montserrat Saldivar.
  • Mexico national team manager: Ana Galindo
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