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U.S. U-17s to face England in U-17 World Cup quarterfinal


On Monday, the U.S. Under-17 Men’s National Team dominated Paraguay to seal a spot in the quarterfinals of the Under-17 World Cup. On Tuesday, they learned their opponents, and the matchup will be a fun one.

The U.S. U-17s are set to take on England on Saturday at 10:30 in the quarterfinals of the U-17 World Cup. England booked their spot in the quarterfinal round on Tuesday with a 5-3 penalty kick win over Japan following a 0-0 draw.

In the group stage, England cruised through the three-match schedule with a +9 goal differential. The Three Lions opened the tournament with a 4-0 win over Chile before topping Mexico, 3-2, and Iraq, 4-0, to finish top of the group.

The U.S. will be riding high following a 5-0 win over Paraguay that saw three goals from Timothy Weah as well as one apiece from Andrew Carleton and Josh Sargent.


  1. The loser Japan is harder than england,they could win it, whit the europeans has win and
    lost to Usa,they are similar styles,but like tim Weah said “We are from the United States and we came to finish our job”,we are proud we well do the best of us all the team.
    The senior were eliminated but our responsability es higer to play like warriors vs England”
    He said in fifa under 17 world champion interviuw

  2. England’s best player Jadon Sancho was recalled by Dortmund prior to the last match and they played noticeably worse against Japan as a result. Should be good news for the boys.

  3. This is one of those matches that really make you think that Santa has given us an early Christmas present. It will be a really good match I’m sure.


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