South Korea’s U-17 women’s team falls to North Korea 0-7 at Asian Cup

Kim Eun-jung’s South Korea U-17 women’s national team has suffered a crushing defeat at the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-17 Women’s Asian Cup 2024.

The South Korea U-17 Women’s National Team suffered a heavy 0-7 defeat in their Group A opener against North Korea on Saturday (June 6) at the Bali United Training Center in Bali, 카지노 Indonesia.

After holding North Korea, one of the top teams in the age group, scoreless through the first 40 minutes, South Korea conceded two goals in the final minute of the first half and five more in the second half.

South Korea will play Indonesia on Sept. 9, followed by the Philippines on Sept. 12.

The top two finishers in the group will face the semifinalists from Group B, which also includes Japan, Australia and China.

The AFC U-17 Women’s Asian Cup was founded in 2005 and is held every two years.

Eight teams will compete in the tournament, with the top three qualifying for the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in the Dominican Republic in October.

South Korea’s best finish at the U-17 Asian Cup was in 2009, when the team won the tournament with Yeo Min-ji, Lee Kum-min, and Jang Seul-ki.

The team went on to win the 2010 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup, the first FIFA-organized tournament in South Korean soccer history.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *