Region: CONMEBOL (Champion)
Last time out: 2012 – finished third in group
Best finish: 2006 – finished first in group, took third place overall with a penalty kick shootout win over the US
Advanced from group: 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008
Finished third in Group B behind Nigeria and Korea Republic.
Finished third in Group B behind Sweden and Korea DPR.
Finished first in Group D ahead of Korea DPR. Knocked out in quarterfinal round with a 2-3 loss to Germany.
Finished first in Group A ahead of host Russia on goal differential. Defeated Nigeria 2-1 in the quarterfinals and fell 0-1 to Korea DPR in the semifinals. Took third place overall with a scoreless draw and 6-5 penalty kick shootout win over the United States.
Finished first in Group B ahead of China on a tie-breaker. Defeated Russia 4-2 in the quarterfinal round and fell 0-2 to China PR in the semifinal. Took fourth place overall with a 0-3 loss to the United States.
Finished first in Group B ahead of Germany. Defeated Australia 4-3 in the quarterfinals and drew host Canada 1-1 in the semifinal round, falling 3-4 in a penalty kick shootout. Drew Germany 1-1 and fell 3-4 in a penalty kick shootout in the final round, taking fourth place overall.
2014 U-20 Women’s World Cup Roster
1 – Nicole Nascimento de Medeiros (Team Chicago Brasil)
12 – Leticia Izidoro Lima da Silva (Sao Jose)
21 – Leticia Bussato (Sao Jose)
2 – Leticia Santos de Oliveira (Sao Jose)
3 – Thaynara Da Conceição Ferraz (CR Vasco da Gama)
4 – Julia Bianchi (Centro Olimpico)
6 – Camila Martins Pereira (Kindermann)
13 – Nágela Oliveira de Andrade (Ferroviaria)
14 – Caroline Dos Santos Gomes (no club affiliation)
5 – Gabi Morais da Rocha (Sao Jose)
8 – Djenifer Beckker (Kindermann)
15 – Gabi Lira (Centro Olimpico)
16 – Tipa Vieira Baptista (Centro Olimpico)
7 – Duda Francelino da Silva (Sao Francisco)
9 – Byanca Alves de Araujo (Foz Cataratas)
10 – Andressa Cavalari Machry (Kindermann)
11 – Patricia da Silva Sochor (Foz Cataratas)
17 – Nene Landres da Penha Santos (Ferroviaria)
18 – Carol Martins Rodrigues (NJCAA)
19 – Rafaela Silva Pereira (Ferroviaria)
20 – Gabrielle Jordão Portilho (Kindermann)
Aug. 5 1-1 D vs. China PR (Edmonton)
Aug. 8 0-1 L vs. United States (Edmonton)
Aug. 12 1-5 L vs. Germany (Montreal)