The draw for the six groups of the U-17 World Cup took place this Friday will take place in Indonesia in just under two months.
The United States youth teams have recognized their destiny for this World Cup and after the draw will look to make history as one of the greatest youth teams in the world.
The U.S. team, which had never won the category title, was placed in Group E. along with teams from France, Burkina Faso and the Republic of Korea at the tournament starting November 10 in Indonesia.
The United States’ U17 World Cup debut will take place on November 12th when they face South Korea a duel of utmost importance to set the course for the next phase.
Later, the Gonzalo Segarse-led teams will face Burkina Faso on November 15th and conclude their participation on November 18th against France, a game for which both teams can already qualify.
Mexico in Group F
The Mexican team, which holds two World Cup titles in 2005 and 2011, will face New Zealand, Venezuela and Germany in Group F.
The team led by Raúl Chabrand will look to reaffirm their quality as a force in this category and fight for their third World Cup. Furthermore, they will do so as the tournament’s current runners-up.
Group D could be described as a group of death and faces Japan, Argentina, Poland and Senegal.
Homegrown Indonesia fell into Group A along with Ecuador, Panama and Morocco.
While, Brazil, Iran, England and New Caledonia form Sector C while Spain, Canada, Uzbekistan and Mali form Group B.