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Top 5 Richest FIFA Under-20 World Cup Teams With Their Net Worth

Argentina was officially announced as the new host of the tournament on April 17, 2023, replacing Indonesia.[4][5] A total of 24 teams qualified for the final competition. Groups qualified from six mainland rivalries.

The Dominican Republic and Israel will make their presentation in the opposition; the Dominican Republic’s very first capability for a FIFA competition. This will be the first FIFA tournament for which Israel has qualified as a European representative, following its Asian qualification for the 1970 FIFA World Cup.

Despite initially failing to qualify through the 2023 South American U-20 Championship, Argentina was selected as the tournament’s host nation in place of Indonesia. Indonesia had likewise neglected to qualify in rivalry and lost its programmed spot in the WC when the competition was moved to Argentina.

Here is the Top 5 Richest FIFA Under-20 World Cup Teams With Their Net Worth:

5. Portugal national under-20 (₹69.8 Cr)

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The Portugal public under-20 football crew is the public under-20 football crew of Portugal and is constrained by the Portuguese Football Organization, the administering body for football in Portugal.

The U20 team provides youth players with additional international development and serves primarily as a feeder team for the under-21 team. The group equipped for its just authority match, FIFA U-20 World Cup, relies upon U19 results.

Twelve members of the Portuguese squad have participated in the Toulon Tournament and the FIFA U-20 World Cup.

4. France national under-20 (₹192 Cr)            

France’s under-20 football team (French: The French Football Federation is in charge of the Équipe de France des moins de 20 ans de football, which represents France at this age level in men’s international football. Since there could be no under-20 UEFA competition, the group seeks the FIFA U-20 World Cup. In addition, the under-20 team usually takes the place of the under-21 team in the Toulon Tournament, the Mediterranean Games football tournament, and the Jeux de la Francophonie.

3. Argentina national under-20 (₹448 Cr)

The Argentina national under-20 football team represents Argentina in tournaments sponsored by FIFA for that age group.

Argentina has won the FIFA U-20 World Cup the most times, a record six times, making it the most successful nation. Since winning the 1979 World Championship, the team has taken part in 17 of the 23 competitions. Additionally, Argentina has won five Youth South American Championships.

Argentina did not compete in the first FIFA World Youth Championship, which was held in Tunisia, but it did compete in the second one, which was held in Japan. The team, coached by César Luis Menotti with assistance from Ernesto Duchini (who had previously selected the players and worked with them),[1] won the tournament with a fine style of play that included high possession of the ball, a variety of passes, dribbling, solid defense, and a powerful offensive line that scored a total of 20 goals. Ramón Dáz and Diego Maradona were the team’s most notable players. Additionally, Maradona participated in the tournament for the very first time as an official national team champion. After his disappointment in 1978, Maradona made the most of his performances during the tournament. He was the team’s best player because of his passing, dribbling to opponents, accuracy when shooting free kicks, and six goals.

2. England national under-20(₹635 Cr )

The England national under-20 football team, also known as the England Under-20s or England U20(s), is governed by the Football Association, which is the governing body for English football at the under-20 age level. It also goes by the aforementioned names.

England defeated Venezuela in the 2017 final to win the FIFA U-20 World Cup.[1] Since the 2017–18 season, England has participated in the Under 20 Elite League.

1. Brazil national under-20 (₹748 Cr)

The Brazil national under-20 football team, also known as Brazil Sub-20 or Seleço Sub-20, is governed by the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) and represents Brazil in association football at this age level.

The group has brought home the South American Youth Title a record multiple times and is the second best country in the FIFA U-20 World Cup, having won the opposition multiple times. It additionally plays in informal under-19 and under-21 competitions, like the Toulon Competition, of which Brazil is an eight-time victor.

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