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CONCACAF WOMEN'S U-17 APPEARANCES (Final Round): 7th (Trinidad & Tobago 2008, Costa Rica 2010, Guatemala 2012, Jamaica 2013, Grenada 2016, Nicaragua/United States 2018 and Dominican Republic 2022).

RECORD: GP-30 W-20 D-2 L-8 (GF-83 GA-27) / 68.9% effectiveness.

PENALTY SHOOTOUT: (2). WIN: (1). LOST: (1)  / 50% effectiveness.

BEST PERFORMANCE: Winner (Costa Rica 2010), Runner Up (Guatemala 2012 and Jamaica 2013), 3rd Place (Trinidad & Tobago 2008, Grenada 2016 and Nicaragua/United States 2018).

TOP SCORERS HISTORY: Marie-Mychéle Metivier 7, Summer Clarke 6, Tiffany Cameron 5, Valérie Sanderson 5, Marie Levasseur 5, Emily Borgmann 5.

GOLDEN BALL: Jessie Fleming (Jamaica 2013).

GOLDEN BOOT: Tiffany Cameron (5 goals in Trinidad & Tobago 2008), Marie-Mychéle Métivier (6 goals in Jamaica 2013).

GOLDEN GLOVE: Rylee Foster (Jamaica 2013).

QUALIFICATION CWU17C: Automatic. 2nd Ranked

FIFA U17 WOMEN'S WORLD CUP APPEARANCES: 6 (New Zealand 2008, Trinidad & Tobago 2010, Azerbaijan 2012, Costa Rica 2014, Jordan 2016 and Uruguay 2018).

BEST APP FIFA U17 WOMEN'S WORLD CUP: 4° Place (Uruguay 2018).

LAST APPEARANCE FIFA U17 WOMEN'S WORLD CUP: 4° Place (Uruguay 2018).

H2H (Teams Group F 2022):

  1. Bermuda: (1 game). Won Canada 3-0 (Jayde Riviere, Kaila Novak x2) Group B, Nicaragua/United States 2018.
  2. Jamaica: (4 games played). 100% Won Canada. H2H: CAN 4-3 JAM (Shelina Zadorsky, Tiffany Cameron x2, Amy Harrison; Jodian Morris, Monique Pryce, Sashana Campbell), Group B, Trinidad & Tobago 2008; JAM 1-4 CAN (Shenika Williams; Kylie Davis, Nour Ghoneim x2, Sabrina Hémond) Group A, Costa Rica 2010; JAM 4-0 CAN (Valérie Sanderson, Elissa Neff, Summer Clarke, Nichelle Prince) in Group A of Guatemala 2012; JAM 0-5 CAN (Marie-Mychéle Metivier, Emily Borgmann, Jessie Fleming, Sarah Kinzner, Marie Levasseur) Semifinals,  Jamaica 2013.
  3. Dominican Republic: no games played.

No team has more Women’s U17 World Cup berths than Canada’s six. The 2010 CWU17 champions are appearing in the CWU17 tournament for a seventh time as well. Canada reached the semifinals of the 2018 Women’s U17 World Cup before finishing in Fourth Place.

 

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