2017 Season

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212dESPN staff

FIFA drops England U17 racist abuse probe

A racism investigation involving a Spain player allegedly abusing an England player at the Under-17 World Cup final has been closed by FIFA.

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318dPA Sport

FIFA probing Brewster racial abuse claim

FIFA has confirmed it is investigating Rhian Brewster's claim that England teammate Morgan Gibbs-White was racially abused by a Spanish opponent.

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322dPA Sport

FA, Klopp back Brewster over abuse claims

The Football Association says it understands Rhian Brewster's frustrations after the young Liverpool forward highlighted racist abuse.

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324dESPN staff

Brewster reveals extent of racial abuse

Liverpool's young striker Rhian Brewster has told The Guardian that football's authorities must do more to tackle racism in the game.

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377dPA Sport

Southgate: U17s must learn pride in badge

Gareth Southgate wants England's Under-17 World Cup winners to learn pride in the badge on the front of their shirt is more important than the back.

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380dStephan Uersfeld

Sancho scores for BVB in Youth League

England under-17 forward Jadon Sancho was on target as Borussia Dortmund beat Apoel Nicosia 5-0 in the UEFA Youth League on Wednesday.

382dMark Mann-Bryans, Press Association Sport

England U17s can succeed at clubs - Foden

Phil Foden believes every member of England's Under-17 World Cup-winning squad has what it takes to succeed.

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383dJonathan Smith

Five things to know about Phil Foden

Manchester City's Phil Foden scored twice in the U17 World Cup final and is now a household name. Here are five things to know about him.

383dDavid Mooney

Foden deserves his chance at Man City

Foden already looks like he can cope with anything that's thrown at him and he could be the first to break through from City's new-look academy.

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383dESPN staff

Conte: England team has very bright future

England U17s were crowned world champions after coming back from 2-0 down to beat Spain 5-2 in Kolkata on Saturday.

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384dNick Ames

England's incredible year at youth level

England's youth teams have won trophies galore this year. Nick Ames looks back across an astonishing spell for the Young Lions.

Gupta: By far the best World Cup final I've ever seen (2:55)
385dArjun Namboothiri in Kolkata

'Not just Foden, all the boys have got a medal'

Though Phil Foden was the undoubted star, England coach Steve Cooper also gave credit to the work done at the youth level for the World Cup success.

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385dJayaditya Gupta in Kolkata

When the football took over

Sights and sounds from a surreal, stunning evening of football in Kolkata.

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385dDan Kilpatrick

Meet England's U17 World Cup winners

Who are England's newest heroes, who defeated Spain 5-2 in the final of the Under-17 World Cup on Saturday? ESPN FC profiles the Young Lions.

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385dPA Sport

England beat Spain to win U17 World Cup

A Phil Foden winner in the second half helped complete a spectacular comeback as England beat Spain 4-2 in the Under-17 World Cup final.

Gupta: England have been the surprise package (2:48)
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386dJayaditya Gupta in Kolkata

World's best teens ready for final exam

The beauty of the U-17 WC is that for these players, among them the world's best teenage footballers, this is the first day of the rest of their lives

2017 WC U17 Table

Ghana U173201+46
Colombia U173201+26
United States U173201+26
India U173003-80
Paraguay U173300+59
Mali U173201+46
New Zealand U173012-41
Turkey U173012-51
Iran U173300+99
Germany U173201-16
Guinea U173012-41
Costa Rica U173012-41
Brazil U173300+59
Spain U173201+56
Niger U173102-53
North Korea U173003-50
France U173300+119
Japan U173111+44
Honduras U173102-43
New Caledonia U173012-111
England U173300+99
Iraq U173111-14
Mexico U173021-12
Chile U173012-71

RankingsFIFA Under-17 World Cup

Goal Difference171st
Goals Scored231st
Goals Conceded6Tied-7th