The formalization of the designation of Argentina as the venue for the Sub 20 World Cup which begins next May 20 generates enthusiasm. Because the national team is the one that wins the most in this match with six titles and motivates the memory of 2001, when they lifted the trophy at the Vélez stadium. But from this situation, some logical questions are generated by sport: When will the group draw take place and with whom could Albiceleste share that first phase?
“We managed to complete all the administrative documentation required by FIFA so that we can host, organize in our country and, above all, be able to respect and develop this project of youth teams that we have”. a press conference President of the AFA, Claudius chiki Wall. Thus was born the Argentine national team coached by Javier Mascherano classified directly to be the organizing country and will participate in the ecumenical event.
In principle, the draw was supposed to take place on March 31 this year, but FIFA reported this Monday that the Friday 21 April in Zurich, Swiss. There are 24 classified teams that will try to win the ecumenical competition.
Furthermore, on the same day the stadiums available for the tournament will be confirmed, where the More monumental, The bombonera, Avellaneda cylinder, Liberators of America Ricardo Bochini, Argentine Falklands (Mendoza) and the Mario Alberto Kempes (Cordoba)as their teams are playing competitions.
To start schematizing and get how the group stages will be played, the 24 countries are distributed in four drums which will be the box to organize the first stage 6 groups From 4 selections. From there the balls will be drawn, without nations located in the same hype being able to face each other in the initial phase.
It will be the national team, which did not qualify for this match after a bad performance in the South American championship held in Colombia Group A seed due to it being the organizing country of the contest.
This is how the four drums are distributed
bass drum 1: Argentina, Uruguay, United States, Italy, France and Senegal.
bass drum 2: Ecuador, England, New Zealand, Brazil, Colombia and South Korea.
bass drum 3: Nigeria, Honduras, Fiji, Uzbekistan, Japan and Iraq.
Football 4: Dominican Republic, Israel, Slovakia, Tunisia, Gambia and Guatemala.
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