And once again Oceania is the attention with the first global
qualifier for the 2018 edition of the championship in France
to be set over the coming fortnight in Auckland.
Six nations will line-up in the 2017 OFC U-19 Women's
Championship for a round-robin event which will take place
between 11-24 July.
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Host nation New Zealand will be hot favourites, together
with the Kiwis having won all five variants of the tournament
because Australia's departure from the Confederation in
Much of the focus, however, will be on Papua New Guinea
after their historic hosting of this U-20 Women's World Cup
last year. Papua New Guinea may have exited at the group-
stage with three significant losses from Brazil, Sweden and
Korea DPR, however there is no doubt women's soccer
maintained a firm foothold in the Melanesian nation thanks to
the team's daring showings against three international
Nicollete Ageva's spectacular goal for PNG against eventual
world champions Korea DPR was celebrated far and wide
across the country, and will remain one of the championship's
enduring memories. Ageva is just one of many players who
are going to have the ability to call upon their World Cup
experience within the coming fortnight in New Zealand,
along with the likes of midfielder Belinda Giada along with
goalkeeper Faith Kasiray.
New Zealand are well placed to keep their continental
hegemony, with more than half of the team working
collectively several times weekly in recent months under
coach Gareth Turnbull. They will also line-up with numerous
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Kiwis were, however, dealt two significant blows with
attacking midfielder Lily Bray ruled out with injury,to join
jet-heeled senior global Paige Satchell on the sidelines.
Meanwhile, two countries who have serious inroads in men's
soccer are now hoping to do similarly with their feminine
footballers. New Caledonia, that finished second in the last
year's U-17 Women's World Cup qualifiers, will be able to call
several graduates of the youngest national side.
Fiji will soon be making their debut at the competition, and
with a negative also set to participate in next month's FIFA U-
17 Women's World Cup qualifiers, Oceania's earliest Pacific
Islands' member have made their intentions clear. Fiji have
spent the past eight months in camp with Fiji FA president
Rajesh Patel saying the local governing body are serious
about developing women's football.
The championship will provide a stage for #ENDviolence -- a
campaign which has been heavily promoted during the past
year's U-20 Women's World Cup in Papua New Guinea. The
awareness campaign focuses on altering perceptions towards
women and violence in the Pacific region, with the key aims
being to create respect,
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