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    About the 2015 CONCACAF Under-20 Women's Championship

    The CONCACAF Under-20 Women’s Championship is an official competition of the Confederation that serves as a qualifying event for the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup.

    It consists two phases: regional qualifying (in the Caribbean and Central America) and a Championship Phase (finals).

    In 2015, the Championship Phase will be contested in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, between eight teams, with each of CONCACAF’s three zone being represented as determined by the Executive Committee (3 teams from North America, 3 teams from the Caribbean and 2 teams from Central America, including the host).

    A champion was decided six of the seven times the tournament has been conducted. The United States has lifted the trophy a record four times, while Canada has been crowned twice.

    Additionally, the U.S. shares the record with Germany for the most FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup titles -- three each.


    CONCACAF UNDER-20 WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP
    Tournament Placement by Year

    2002 – TRINIDAD & TOBAGO^
    • no champion declared, winner of each final round group (Mexico & the USA) qualified for FIFA U-19
    Women's World Cup in Canada

    2004 – CANADA^
    Champion: Canada*
    Runner-up: USA*
    Third: Costa Rica
    Fourth: Mexico

    2006 – MEXICO
    Champion: USA*
    Runner-up: Canada*
    Third: Mexico*
    Fourth: Jamaica

    2008 – MEXICO
    Champion: Canada*
    Runner-up: USA*
    Third: Mexico*
    Fourth: Costa Rica

    2010 – GUATEMALA
    Champion: USA*
    Runner-up: Mexico*
    Third: Costa Rica*
    Fourth: Canada

    2012 – PANAMA
    Champion: USA*
    Runner-up: Canada*
    Third: Mexico*
    Fourth: Panama

    2014 – CAYMAN ISLANDS
    Champion: USA*
    Runner-up: Mexico*
    Third: Costa Rica*
    Fourth: Trinidad & Tobago

    ^ conducted as an Under-19 Championship in 2002 & 2004
    * qualified for the FIFA Women’s U-20 World Cup


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