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FIFA U-17 World Cup is going to be India’s first-ever representation at a global level across any age group – be it as a host or playing the tournament itself. The senior side came close to playing in the World Cup in 1950 but the dream of seeing an Indian team play a FIFA event is now complete. The tournament which is considered as a stepping stone for stars of tomorrow, begins on October 6. The tournament has been divided into six groups – Group A to Group F – with four teams in each group. The teams that go forward make up the last 16 and so on and so forth.
When does FIFA U-17 World Cup start?
FIFA U-17 World Cup starts on October 6 with two games taking place at the same time. The tournament has been spread across six cities and six stadiums.
What time does FIFA U-17 World Cup start?
FIFA U-17 World Cup begins at 5 PM IST on October 6. First two games of the tournament feature Colombia take on Ghana in Group A in Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi. At the same time, New Zealand play Turkey in a Group B contest at the DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai.
Which TV channel will show the FIFA U-17 World Cup live?
Sony Pictures Network hold the broadcast rights for the FIFA Under-17 World Cup. The tournament will be shown across the properties with it airing on Sony Ten 2, Sony Ten 2 HD, Sony ESNP, Sony ESPN HD with English commentary. Sony Ten 3 and Sony Ten 3 HD will carry the broadcast in Hindi and Bengali commentary. It will also be available on free-to-air DD Sports to give it a wider coverage.
Where can one live stream the FIFA U-17 World Cup?
The FIFA U-17 World Cup can be live streamed on SonyLiv app.
Where can one follow the FIFA U-17 World Cup live?
The entire tournament will be covered extensively by IndianExpress.com with news, interviews, videos, photos from all around the country.