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Abbreviation of Under-20. The youth-equivalent of the [[National Teams|National Team]]. Each country selects their best youth players up to 20 years of age (so actually it should be called U-21) and send them off to play international matches against foreign U-20 teams.
 
Abbreviation of Under-20. The youth-equivalent of the [[National Teams|National Team]]. Each country selects their best youth players up to 20 years of age (so actually it should be called U-21) and send them off to play international matches against foreign U-20 teams.
  
The [[U-20 World Cup]] is held every two seasons, with one season being qualification matches, and the other season being group play, semi-finals, and the final match.  The format is the same as for the senior [[World Cup]], with the schedule offset one year from the senior edition.
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The [[U-20 World Cup]] is held every two seasons, with one season being qualification matches, and the other season being group play, semi-finals, and the final match.  The format is the same as for the senior [[World Cup]], with the schedule offset one season from the senior edition.

Revision as of 21:48, 16 August 2006

Abbreviation of Under-20. The youth-equivalent of the National Team. Each country selects their best youth players up to 20 years of age (so actually it should be called U-21) and send them off to play international matches against foreign U-20 teams.

The U-20 World Cup is held every two seasons, with one season being qualification matches, and the other season being group play, semi-finals, and the final match. The format is the same as for the senior World Cup, with the schedule offset one season from the senior edition.