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FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup 2024: Group Draw Results - Nigeria is in Group A

The draw results for the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup 2024, hosted by the Dominican Republic, have been announced. The tournament will feature promising young talents from across the globe competing for the prestigious title. Here are the groups:

Group A
- Dominican Republic
- Ecuador
- New Zealand
- Nigeria

Group B
- Spain
- Korea Republic
- Colombia

Group C
- Korea DPR
- Mexico
- Kenya
- England

Group D
- Japan
- Poland
- Brazil
- Zambia

The anticipation for the FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup 2024 has heightened with the announcement of the group stage draw. This tournament, set to take place in the Dominican Republic, promises to be an exciting showcase of emerging talent in women's football. 

Group A features the host nation, the Dominican Republic, alongside Ecuador, New Zealand, and Nigeria. The hosts will be eager to impress on home soil, while Nigeria, known for its strong youth programs, is expected to be a formidable contender.

In Group B, defending champions Spain will face tough competition from the USA, Korea Republic, and Colombia. This group is poised to deliver some thrilling matches as each team boasts a rich history of youth development and competitive play.

Group C includes Korea DPR, Mexico, Kenya, and England. England, with their robust football infrastructure, will be aiming for a deep run in the tournament, but they will have to navigate past Korea DPR, a team with a strong pedigree in youth tournaments.

Group D sees Japan, Poland, Brazil, and Zambia vying for the top spots. Brazil, with its legacy in women's football, is expected to perform strongly, while Japan's technical prowess will be a key feature of their campaign.

As the tournament approaches, fans around the world will be eagerly watching to see which young stars will rise to prominence on the global stage. The FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup 2024 which holds between 16th October 2024 and 3rd November 2024 promises to be a celebration of youth talent and the future of women's football.

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