FIFA U-20 WWC: Record of all winners, runners up to 4th place finishers

Paris, France (PANA) - Following the conclusion of the 2018 FIFA Under-20 Women's World Cup in France, here are the record of all the winners to date, runners up to 4th-place finishers.

Also listed are the goal scorers in France and other awards since the competition of the competition in 2002.

All the winners to date -
        Champions       Runners-up   3rd place   4th place
2002 -   USA              Canada       Germany     Brazil
2004 -   Germany China PR     USA            Brazil
2006 -   North Korea China PR     Brazil        USA
2008 -   USA              North Korea  Germany     France
2010 -   Germany Nigeria     South Korea Colombia
2012 -   USA              Germany      Japan         Nigeria
2014 -   Germany Nigeria          France  North Korea
2016 -   North Korea France       Japan USA
2018     Japan          Spain       England France

Here are the goal scorers in France, where there were 98 goals scored in 32 matches, for an average of 3.06 goals per match.

6 goals
    England Georgia Stanway
    Spain Patricia Guijarro

5 goals
    Japan Saori Takarada
    Japan Riko Ueki

4 goals
    France Amelie Delabre
    France Emelyne Laurent
    Mexico Jacqueline Ovalle
    United States Savannah DeMelo

3 goals
    England Lauren Hemp
    England Alessia Russo
    Haiti Nérilia Mondésir
    Netherlands Fenna Kalma
    United States Sophia Smith

2 goals
    Brazil Kerolin Nicoli
    Germany Laura Freigang
    Japan Jun Endo
    Netherlands Victoria Pelova
    North Korea Choe Kum-ok

1 goal
    Brazil Ariadina Borges
    Brazil Geyse
    China Shen Mengyu
    China Zhang Linyan
    China Zhao Yujie
    England Chloe Kelly
    France Sandy Baltimore
    France Hélène Fercocq
    Germany Klara Bühl
    Germany Giulia Gwinn
    Germany Kristin Kögel
    Germany Janina Minge
    Germany Stefanie Sanders
    Ghana Ruth Amina
    Ghana Sandra Owusu-Ansah
    Japan Honoka Hayashi
    Japan Hinata Miyazawa
    Japan Fuka Nagano
    Mexico Katty Martínez
    Netherlands Eva van Deursen
    Netherlands Aniek Nouwen
    Nigeria Rasheedat Ajibade
    Nigeria Peace Efih
    New Zealand Hannah Blake
    North Korea Ja Un-yong
    North Korea Kim Kyong-yong
    North Korea Son Sun-im
    Paraguay Jessica Martínez
    Spain Candela Andújar
    Spain Aitana Bonmatí
    Spain Lucia García
    Spain Carmen Menayo
    Spain Clàudia Pina
    United States Ashley Sanchez

1 own goal - China Dou Jiaxing (against Nigeria)

And now the FIFA Awards since the inception of the competition in 2002.

Golden Shoe award for the top scorer.
Tournament         Winner                            Goals
2002 in Canada Canada's Christine Sinclair     10
2004 in Thailand Canada's Brittany Timko        7
2006 in Russia         China's Ma Xiaoxu                5
2008 in Chile         United States' Sydney Leroux 5
2010 in Germany Germany's Alexandra Popp       10
2012 in Japan         North Korea's Kim Un-Hwa          7
2014 in Canada Nigeria's Asisat Oshoala          7
2016 in Papua New Guinea Japan's Mami Ueno          5
2018 in France         Spain's Patricia Guijarro          6

Golden Ball, awarded to the best player of the tournament.
Tournament          Winner
2002 in Canada Canada's Christine Sinclair
2004 in Thailand Brazil's Marta
2006 in Russia         China's Ma Xiaoxu
2008 in Chile         United States' Sydney Leroux
2010 in Germany Germany's Alexandra Popp
2012 in Japan         Germany's Dzsenifer Marozsán
2014 in Canada Nigeria's Asisat Oshoala
2016 in Papua New Guinea Japan's Hina Sugita
2018 in France         Spain's Patricia Guijarro

Adidas Golden Glove, awarded to the best goalkeeper.
Tournament Winner
2008 in Chile United States' Alyssa Naeher
2010 in Germany United States' Bianca Henninger
2012 in Japan   Germany's Laura Benkarth
2014 in Canada   Germany's Meike Kämper
2016 in Papua New Guinea  France's Mylène Chavas
2018 in France       England's Sandy MacIver

Fair Play Award
Tournament          Winner
2002 in Canada Japan
2004 in Thailand United States
2006 in Russia         Russia
2008 in Chile         United States
2010 in Germany South Korea
2012 in Japan         Japan
2014 in Canada Canada
2016 in Papua New Guinea  Japan
2018 in France Japan
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25 Agosto 2018 15:00:24




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