U-17 Women’s World Cup:Six African Nations Battle for 3 Slots

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~ Race for 2024 U-17 Women’s World Cup qualification

~ Record 18 goals galore

~ Morocco’s easy ride to the final six

~ Might of a champion

~ U-17 Women’s World Cup slots

~ First and Second leg dates

~ #UgSportsNow

The race to qualify for the 2024 U-17 Women’s World Cup in the Dominican Republic has reached a critical juncture, with six African nations battling it out for the coveted three remaining spots. Following a series of intense two-legged playoff ties, Burundi, Kenya, Morocco, Nigeria, Zambia, and Liberia have emerged as the “Final Six” in the CAF qualifying competition.

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Record 18 goals galore

Burundi stamped their authority with a remarkable 18-0 aggregate victory over Djibouti, showcasing their dominance and determination on the pitch. Kenya also displayed their prowess by defeating Ethiopia 3-0 in the second leg after a goalless first encounter. These two nations are now set to clash in a highly anticipated showdown, with the first leg scheduled for June 7th.

Morocco’s easy ride to the final six

Morocco’s journey to the final six was equally impressive, as they overcame Algeria with back-to-back 4-0 victories. Their next challenge awaits in the form of Zambia, who advanced after a tight 2-1 aggregate win against Uganda. The showdown between Morocco and Zambia promises to be a thrilling encounter, as both teams aim to secure their spot in the upcoming U-17 Women’s World Cup.

Might of a champion

Reigning U-17 world champions, Nigeria, demonstrated their strength and pedigree by outclassing Burkina Faso with a resounding 13-1 victory over the two legs. Their reward is a clash against Liberia, who showcased resilience and determination in their remarkable comeback against Senegal. Despite losing the first leg 3-1, Liberia bounced back with a 2-0 victory in the second leg, securing their spot in the final six based on the away goals rule.

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As the competition intensifies and the stakes get higher, the African nations are leaving no stone unturned in their quest to qualify for the U-17 Women’s World Cup. With each team bringing their unique style and talent to the pitch, the race for the remaining spots promises to be a captivating spectacle filled with passion, skill, and determination.

U-17 Women’s World Cup slots

The three victorious nations from this final qualifying phase will book their spots at the U-17 Women’s World Cup in the Dominican Republic.

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The first legs take place on June 7, with the return matches scheduled for June 14 across the continent.

Schedule for the Final Round of U-17 Women’s World Cup Qualifiers, Dominican Republic 2024

Friday, June 7 | First Leg

Burundi vs. Kenya

Zambia vs. Morocco

Liberia vs. Nigeria

Friday, June 14 | Second Leg

Kenya vs. Burundi

Morocco vs. Zambia

Nigeria vs. Liberia

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