Colonia opens a doors to a FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup

The countdown to a FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Uruguay 2018 reached another critical miracle on Wednesday 25 Apr with a central display of Colonia del Sacramento as one of a horde cities.

The eventuality took place during a Centro Cultural Bastion del Carmen, one of a lifelike coastal city’s categorical traveller attractions.

Figuring among a 300 people during a display were Uruguay U-17 players Sofia Ramondegui, Adriana Salvagno and Esperanza Pizarro, who are scheming for a contest and who all come from Colonia.

“Hosting a World Cup is a good shortcoming that we’re all peaceful to shoulder, and we wish to ready ourselves for it as best we can so we can make everybody happy,” pronounced a smiling Ramondegui, a centre-half who tender during a South American championships in a age category, where Uruguay finished third.

“I wish a lot of people come to a games,” pronounced Pizarro, who scored a idea during a continental finals. “And we wish visitors come and suffer Colonia, that has so many smashing things to share.”

  • The Estadio Alberto Suppici in Colonia will horde 8 of a 32 matches, among them a initial dual quarter-finals, to be played on a same day.
  • Montevideo and Maldonado are a other horde cities. The contest starts on 13 Nov and ends on 1 December.

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