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  At- Bhubaneswar, Goa and Navi Mumbai, INDIA

*     India will host this tournament for the first time.
*     Total 16 countries, including host India will be competing in this event.
*     They are: India, China, Japan, New Zealand, USA, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Germany, Spain, France, Tanzania, Morocco and Nigeria.
*     The Official Draw for the tournament was held on 24 June.
*     Host India will play all of their three league matches at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar.
*     This is the seventh edition of the FIFA U-17 Women World Cup, which was first held in 2008.
*     The sixth edition of the tournament was held in Uruguay from 13 November to 1 December 2018.
*     Spain are the defending champions.
*     Following the conclusion of the group games on 18 October, top two teams from each group will progress to the quarterfinals.
*     Governemnt of India has announced to provide a financial assistance of Rs 10 crore to the AIFF towards field of play maintenance, stadium power, energy & cableing, stadia and training site branding etc.

Group-A: India, United States, Morocco and Brazil
Group-B: Germany, Nigeria, Chile and New Zealand.
Group-C: Spain, Colombia, Mexico and China PR.
Group-D: Japan, Tanzania, Canada and France

11 October 2022: India vs USA at Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar (8.00 PM)
14 October 2022: India vs Morocco at Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar (8.00 PM)
17 October 2022: India vs Brazil at Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar (8.00 PM)
21 October 2022 (QF-1): Winners of Group-A vs Runners-up of Group-B at Navi Mumbai
21 October 2022 (QF-2): Winners of Group-B vs Runners-up of Group-A at Navi Mumbai
22 October 2022 (QF-3): Winners of Group-C vs Runners-up of Group-D at Navi Mumbai
22 October 2022 (QF-4): Winners of Group-D vs Runners-up of Group-C at Navi Mumbai
26 October 2022: Semifinals in Goa
30 October 2022: Third-Place and Final in Navi Mumbai

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