The 2015 FIFA World Cup U-17, kicks off today with four fixtures taking place in group A and B; England take on Guinea at 16:00 while Brazil will face Korea at 19:00 in group B. Group A sees Nigeria vs USA at 17:00 and hosts Chile taking on Croatia at 20:00.

The 2015 FIFA World Cup U-17, kicks off today with four fixtures taking place in group A and B; England take on Guinea at 16:00 while Brazil will face Korea at 19:00 in group B. Group A sees Nigeria vs USA at 17:00 and hosts Chile taking on Croatia at 20:00.

Amajimbos hope to draw inspiration from these matches as they wait their clash against Costa Rica at 17:00 on Monday, 19 October 2015. on.

“We will be watching all the matches today as we look to draw inspiration from the first round of matches. We are looking to score many goals in this World Cup and will be motivated by our Africa counterparts Nigeria, who are the current title holders.

“This is South Africa’s first ever world cup, however, it is also the first world cup for all the players participating in the tournament, therefore we are not intimidated by our opponents. We are going to draw strength from this world record we have set and the fact that as the first U-17 group to get here, we will lay the foundation for other groups to follow in our footsteps,” said Khanyisa Mayo.

The Burger King sponsored South African U-17 National Team will play against Costa Rica U-17 on Monday, 19 October 2015 at 17:00 (SA time 22:00), then face Korea DPR on Thursday, 22 October 2015 at 17:00 (SA time 22:00) and Russia on Sunday, 25 October 2015 at 19:00 (SA time 00:00). All these matches will be played at Estadio Municipal Ester Roa.

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