2021 FIFA U20 World Cup Betting Tips
The 2021 FIFA U20 World Cup will be the 23rd edition of the FIFA U20 World Cup which is played every two years. It is a football world championship competition organised by FIFA that is open to national teams featuring male players under 20-years-old.
Latest FIFA U20 World Cup News
Where is the 2021 FIFA U20 World Cup being played?
The 2021 FIFA U20 World Cup will be played in Indonesia.
When is the 2021 FIFA U20 World Cup being played?
The 2021 FIFA U20 World Cup is being played from 20 May to 11 June 2021.
2021 FIFA U20 World Cup FAQ
Where is the 2021 FIFA U20 World Cup Final being played?
The 2021 FIFA U20 World Cup Final is scheduled to be played on at the 77,193 capacity Gelora Bung Karno Stadium in Jakarta, Indonesia.
When is the 2021 FIFA U20 World Cup Final being played?
The 2021 FIFA U20 World Cup Final is scheduled to be played on Friday 11 June 2021.
Who won the 2019 FIFA U20 World Cup?
Ukraine won the 2019 FIFA U20 World Cup in Poland after beating South Korea 3-1 in the Final.
2021 FIFA U20 World Cup Qualification
The 2021 FIFA U20 World Cup will feature 24 teams including host nation Indonesia. The remaining 23 countries will go through a qualification process that differs between the various football federations.
|AFC (Asia)||Indonesia + 4 teams||2020 AFC U-19 Championship|
|CAF (Africa)||4 teams||2021 African U20 Cup of Nations|
|CONCACAF (North, Central America and Caribbean)||4 teams||2020 CONCACAF U20 Championship|
|CONMEBOL (South America)||4 teams||2021 South American U20 Championship|
|UEFA (Europe)||5 teams||2020 UEFA European U19 Championship|
|OFC (Oceania)||2 teams||2020 OFC U19 Championship|
What cities and Stadiums will host matches at the 2021 FIFA U20 World Cup?
|Jakarta||Gelora Bung Karno Stadium||77,193|
|Cikarang||Wibawa Mukti Stadium||30,000|
|Soreang||Jalak Harupat Stadium||27,000|
|Yogyakarta||Mandala Krida Stadium||35,000|
|Surabaya||Gelora Bung Tomo Stadium||50,000|
|Gianyar||Kapten I Wayan Dipta Stadium||22,931|
|Palembang||Gelora Sriwijaya Stadium||23,000|
2021 FIFA U20 World Cup Teams & Squads
2021 FIFA U20 World Cup Groups, Draw & Fixtures
The 24 teams at the 2021 FIFA U20 World Cup will be drawn into six groups of four teams. Each team will play against the other three teams in their group with the top two teams in each group and the four best third-placed teams advancing to the round of 16.
The knockout rounds begin in the round of 16 followed by the quarter-finals, semi-finals, third place match and final.
2021 FIFA U20 World Cup Final
The 2021 FIFA U20 World Cup Final is scheduled to be held on 11 June 2021 at the 77,193 capacity Gelora Bung Karno Stadium in Jakarta, Indonesia.
FIFA U20 World Cup History
The FIFA U20 World Cup began in 1977 with the first edition held in Tunisia and won by the Soviet Union. The tournament was known as the FIFA World Youth Championship until 2005 when it was rebranded as the FIFA U20 World Cup.
There is a corresponding event for women’s football called the FIFA U20 Women's World Cup that started in 2002.
FIFA U20 World Cup Results
It’s important to know all the results from past results and during the FIFA U20 World Cup. Some teams come into the tournament in great form which can be an indicator of how they will perform in the tournament.
In order to accurately predict what’s likely to happen in the upcoming games at the FIFA U20 World Cup, information such as statistics, team selections, goal scorers and assist makers is vital.
FIFA U20 World Cup Winners, Runners-up, Third & Fourth placed teams
|Runners-Up||Third Place||Fourth Place|
|2015||New Zealand||Serbia||2-1 (aet)||Brazil||Mali||Senegal|
|2013||Turkey||France||0-0 (4-1 p)||Uruguay||Ghana||Iraq|
|2009||Egypt||Ghana||0-0 (4-3 p)||Brazil||Hungary||Costa Rica|
|1997||Malaysia||Argentina||2-1||Uruguay||Republic of Ireland||Ghana|
|1991||Portugal||Portugal||0-0 (4-2 p)||Brazil||Soviet Union||Australia|
|1989||Saudi Arabia||Portugal||2-0||Nigeria||Brazil||United States|
|1987||Chile||Yugoslavia||1-1 (5-4 p)||West Germany||East Germany||Chile|
|1985||Soviet Union||Brazil||1-0 (aet)||Spain||Nigeria||Soviet Union|
|1977||Tunisia||Soviet Union||2-2 (9-8 p)||Mexico||Brazil||Uruguay|