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Sounds like 2018 will be a busy year. Can anyone provide a summary of what the major events are for the women's side? Pretty easy to find CNWT info but I'm having a harder time finding info for u-20, u-17, u-15 events.

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6 minutes ago, BreadBoy said:

Sounds like 2018 will be a busy year. Can anyone provide a summary of what the major events are for the women's side? Pretty easy to find CNWT info but I'm having a harder time finding info for u-20, u-17, u-15 events.

Cheers

Qualifying for the 2019 WWC should take place in 2018 at some point when CONCACAF decides to get around to scheduling it. (For the 2015 WWC it was October 2014). 

CONCACAF U20 WWC qualifying is January 18th to 28th 2018 in Trinidad & Tobago. If they finish top three there (they....should), the U20 WWC is August 5th to 24th in France. (This will be interesting overall because Canada has a pretty strong U20 pool - Jessie Fleming, Deanne Rose, Jordyn Huitema, Julia Grosso, Ariel Young, Jayde Riviere Gabby Carle, Kennedy Faulknor and possibly more I'm forgetting all have senior caps, but it's unclear who all they'll send - aka whether Jessie Fleming will go to this). 

CONCACAF U17 WWC qualifying is early 2018 (I don't know if there are dates yet but I haven't seen any) in Nicaragua. Again, if they finish top 3 there (which again, they...should) the U17 WWC is November 13th to December 1st in Uruguay. (Jordyn Huitema, among others, is still eligible for this). 

I haven't seen anything about a CONCACAF U15 championship but they've been doing it every two years since it started so there will likely be another one next year. 

 

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Womens Soccer United @WomensSoccerUtd 3h3 hours ago    Groups are confirmed for the #AlgarveCup2018, which will run from Feb 28 to Mar 7!! 1 - Norway, Australia, Korea Republic, Portugal 2 - Sweden, Canada, China, Russia 3 - Denmark, Netherlands, Japan, Iceland

http://www.fpf.pt/pt/News/Todas-as-notícias/Notícia/news/14152

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A Euro final repeat in Group 3.  With Japan some great matches in that group. Good chance they knock each other out of the final.

Final could be Australia v. Canada/Sweden winner.

 

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On ‎06‎/‎12‎/‎2017 at 11:30 AM, tc-in-bc said:

Womens Soccer United @WomensSoccerUtd 3h3 hours ago    Groups are confirmed for the #AlgarveCup2018, which will run from Feb 28 to Mar 7!! 1 - Norway, Australia, Korea Republic, Portugal 2 - Sweden, Canada, China, Russia 3 - Denmark, Netherlands, Japan, Iceland

http://www.fpf.pt/pt/News/Todas-as-notícias/Notícia/news/14152

Just for those who are interested, these are the groups for the Cyprus Cup:

http://www.alacontra.es/la-seleccion-femenina-participara-la-cyprus-womens-cup/

 

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1 hour ago, Olympique_de_Marseille said:

Just for those who are interested, these are the groups for the Cyprus Cup:

http://www.alacontra.es/la-seleccion-femenina-participara-la-cyprus-womens-cup/

 

Interesting that Spain isn't back to defend the Algarve Cup. I assume they weren't invited and settled for the Cyprus Cup, but maybe they wanted to try something new. Good opportunity for South Korea anyway.

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