FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup: France to Play Ghana in Opening Game

Black Princesses, Ghana

Zurich, Switzerland, March 9, 2018/ — The Official Draw for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup France 2018 took place yesterday at the Rennes Opera House, Brittany.

The draw results revealed that hosts France will play their opening match of the competition at Vannes’ Stade de la Rabine on Sunday, 5 August, at 19:30 (local time) against Ghana.

New Zealand and the Netherlands were also drawn in Group A.

As momentum around the competition continues to grow, former French international Camille Abily, FIFA Legend Mikaël Silvestre, grassroots footballer Aéla Mocaer and Paralympic skipper Damien Seguin took to the main stage of the opera house as draw assistants, much to the delight of the many young football fans present.

The competition will be held at four stadiums in all, with venues in Concarneau, Dinan-Léhon, Saint-Malo and Vannes.

Zurich, Switzerland, March 9, 2018/ — The Official Draw for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup France 2018 took place yesterday at the Rennes Opera House, Brittany. The draw results revealed that hosts France will play their opening match of the competition at Vannes’ Stade de la Rabine on Sunday, 5 August, at 19:30 (local time) against Ghana.

New Zealand and the Netherlands were also drawn in Group A.

As momentum around the competition continues to grow, former French international Camille Abily, FIFA Legend Mikaël Silvestre, grassroots footballer Aéla Mocaer and Paralympic skipper Damien Seguin took to the main stage of the opera house as draw assistants, much to the delight of the many young football fans present.

The competition will be held at four stadiums in all, with venues in Concarneau, Dinan-Léhon, Saint-Malo and Vannes.

FULL DRAW

Group A

France, Ghana, New Zealand, Netherlands

Group B

Korea DPR, England, Mexico, Brazil

Group C

USA, Japan, Paraguay, Spain

Group D

Haiti, China, Nigeria, Germany

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