2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup squads

The 2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup was an international football tournament held in Argentina from 20 May to 11 June 2023. The 24 participating national teams were required to register a squad of 21 players, including at least three goalkeepers (Regulations Article 27.1). Only players in these squads were eligible to take part in the tournament. The tournament exclusively required players to be born between 1 January 2003 and 31 December 2007 to be eligible, that is, they had to be a maximum of 20 years old and at least 16 years old by the end of the calendar year in which the competition was played (Regulations Article 24.2).[1]

Each participating national team had to submit a provisional list of a minimum of 35 and a maximum of 55 players (including at least four goalkeepers) to FIFA by the deadline stipulated by them (10 April 2023).[2] The provisional lists were not published by FIFA and player changes were allowed only in exceptional cases (Regulations Article 25). The final list of 21 players per national team had to be submitted to FIFA by the deadline stipulated by them (10 May). All players in the final list had to be chosen from the respective provisional list. Players in the final squad could be replaced by a player from the preliminary squad due to serious injury or illness up to 24 hours prior to kickoff of the team's first match (Regulations Article 27).

FIFA published final lists of all teams on 12 May 2023.[3][4]

The age listed for each player is on 20 May 2023, the first day of the tournament. The nationality for each club reflects the national association (not the league) to which the club is affiliated. A flag is included for coaches who are of a different nationality than their own national team. Players name marked in bold have been capped at full international level.

Group A edit

Argentina edit

Argentina announced a provisional squad of 37 players on 18 April 2023.[5][6] The final squad was then announced on 3 May 2023.[7][8]

Head coach: Javier Mascherano

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Federico Gomes Gerth (2004-03-05)5 March 2004 (aged 19)   Tigre
2 2DF Lautaro Di Lollo (2004-03-10)10 March 2004 (aged 19)   Boca Juniors
3 2DF Valentín Barco (2004-07-23)23 July 2004 (aged 18)   Boca Juniors
4 2DF Agustín Giay (captain) (2004-01-16)16 January 2004 (aged 19)   San Lorenzo
5 3MF Federico Redondo (2003-01-18)18 January 2003 (aged 20)   Argentinos Juniors
6 2DF Valentín Gómez (2003-06-26)26 June 2003 (aged 19)   Vélez Sarsfield
7 4FW Juan Gauto (2004-06-02)2 June 2004 (aged 18)   Huracán
8 3MF Máximo Perrone (2003-01-07)7 January 2003 (aged 20)   Manchester City
9 4FW Alejo Véliz (2003-09-19)19 September 2003 (aged 19)   Rosario Central
10 3MF Valentín Carboni (2005-03-05)5 March 2005 (aged 18)   Inter Milan
11 4FW Matías Soulé (2003-04-15)15 April 2003 (aged 20)   Juventus
12 1GK Lucas Lavagnino (2004-08-22)22 August 2004 (aged 18)   River Plate
13 2DF Tomás Avilés (2004-02-03)3 February 2004 (aged 19)   Racing
14 3MF Mateo Tanlongo (2003-08-12)12 August 2003 (aged 19)   Sporting CP
15 2DF Román Vega (2004-01-01)1 January 2004 (aged 19)   Barcelona
16 4FW Luka Romero (2004-11-18)18 November 2004 (aged 18)   Lazio
17 1GK Nicolás Cláa (2004-08-05)5 August 2004 (aged 18)   Lanús
18 4FW Brian Aguirre (2003-01-06)6 January 2003 (aged 20)   Newell's Old Boys
19 3MF Gino Infantino (2003-05-19)19 May 2003 (aged 20)   Rosario Central
20 3MF Ignacio Miramón (2003-06-12)12 June 2003 (aged 19)   Gimnasia y Esgrima (LP)
21 4FW Ignacio Maestro Puch (2003-08-13)13 August 2003 (aged 19)   Atlético Tucumán

Uzbekistan edit

Uzbekistan announced their final squad on 8 May 2023.[9]

Head coach: Ravshan Khaydarov

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Edem Nemanov (2003-12-25)25 December 2003 (aged 19)   Chigatoy
2 2DF Izzatillo Pulatov (2003-06-15)15 June 2003 (aged 19)   Metallurg Bekabad
3 2DF Abdukodir Khusanov (2004-02-29)29 February 2004 (aged 19)   Energetik-BGU Minsk
4 2DF Abubakir Ashurov (2003-06-12)12 June 2003 (aged 19)   Pakhtakor Tashkent
5 4FW Rustam Turdimurodov (2004-04-04)4 April 2004 (aged 19)   Pakhtakor Tashkent
6 2DF Jakhongir Urozov (2004-01-18)18 January 2004 (aged 19)   Bunyodkor
7 4FW Pulatkhuja Kholdorkhonov (2003-07-06)6 July 2003 (aged 19)   Pakhtakor Tashkent
8 3MF Bekhruz Askarov (2003-03-08)8 March 2003 (aged 20)   Pakhtakor Tashkent
9 4FW Shakhzod Nematjonov (2003-08-06)6 August 2003 (aged 19)   Metallurg Bekabad
10 3MF Umarali Rakhmonaliev (2003-08-18)18 August 2003 (aged 19)   Rubin Kazan
11 3MF Sherzod Esanov (2003-02-01)1 February 2003 (aged 20)   Andijon
12 1GK Asror Kenzhaev (2004-07-15)15 July 2004 (aged 18)   Neftchi Fergana
13 2DF Zafarmurod Abdurakhmatov (2003-04-28)28 April 2003 (aged 20)   Nasaf Qarshi
14 3MF Abbosbek Fayzullaev (2003-10-03)3 October 2003 (aged 19)   Pakhtakor Tashkent
15 2DF Diyor Ortikboev (2003-01-06)6 January 2003 (aged 20)   Pakhtakor Tashkent
16 3MF Shakhzod Rakhmatullaev (2003-05-07)7 May 2003 (aged 20)   Pakhtakor Tashkent
17 3MF Nodir Abdurazzakov (2004-05-27)27 May 2004 (aged 18)   AGMK Olmaliq
19 3MF Shakhzod Akromov (2004-02-07)7 February 2004 (aged 19)   Nasaf Qarshi
18 2DF Saidafzalkhon Akhrorov (2003-01-20)20 January 2003 (aged 20)   Turon Yaypan
20 2DF Makhmud Makhamadjonov (2003-06-30)30 June 2003 (aged 19)   Bunyodkor
21 1GK Otabek Boymurodov (2003-06-05)5 June 2003 (aged 19)   Pakhtakor Tashkent

Guatemala edit

Guatemala announced their final squad on 11 May 2023.[10][11]

Head coach:   Rafael Loredo

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Fausto Delgado (2005-09-17)17 September 2005 (aged 17)   Global Soccer Academy
2 2DF Randall Corado (2004-09-01)1 September 2004 (aged 18)   Municipal
3 2DF Emerson Raymundo (2003-07-21)21 July 2003 (aged 19)   Suchitepéquez
4 2DF Mathius Gaitán (2003-01-31)31 January 2003 (aged 20)   Municipal
5 2DF Arián Recinos (2005-02-03)3 February 2005 (aged 18)   New York Red Bulls
6 3MF Carlos Santos (2003-08-05)5 August 2003 (aged 19)   Iztapa
7 3MF Daniel Cardoza (2004-03-15)15 March 2004 (aged 19)   Comunicaciones
8 3MF Néstor Cabrera (2003-11-12)12 November 2003 (aged 19)   Rutgers University
9 4FW Jefry Bantes (2004-03-08)8 March 2004 (aged 19)   Municipal
10 4FW Arquimides Ordóñez (2003-08-05)5 August 2003 (aged 19)   FC Cincinnati
11 3MF Rudy Muñoz (2005-02-06)6 February 2005 (aged 18)   Municipal
12 1GK Jorge Moreno (2004-12-28)28 December 2004 (aged 18)   Comunicaciones
13 3MF Allan Juárez (2004-02-02)2 February 2004 (aged 19)   UC Berkeley
14 2DF Jonathan Franco (2003-07-26)26 July 2003 (aged 19)   Municipal
15 2DF Andy Domínguez (2003-02-18)18 February 2003 (aged 20)   Comunicaciones
16 2DF Jeshua Urizar (2004-10-19)19 October 2004 (aged 18)   Mixco
17 3MF José Espinoza (2003-09-10)10 September 2003 (aged 19)   Zacapa
18 3MF Edy Palencia (2004-01-06)6 January 2004 (aged 19)   Comunicaciones
19 4FW Anderson Villagrán (2003-05-10)10 May 2003 (aged 20)   Malacateco
20 2DF Figo Montaño (2004-04-07)7 April 2004 (aged 19)   Municipal
21 1GK David Aldana (2003-04-24)24 April 2003 (aged 20)   Municipal

New Zealand edit

New Zealand announced their final squad on 1 May 2023.[12]

Head coach: Darren Bazeley

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Kees Sims (2003-03-27)27 March 2003 (aged 20)   Ljungskile SK
2 2DF Jackson Jarvie (2003-05-01)1 May 2003 (aged 20)   Eastern Suburbs
3 2DF Adam Supyk (2004-02-21)21 February 2004 (aged 19)   Eastern Suburbs
4 2DF Isaac Hughes (2004-03-25)25 March 2004 (aged 19)   Wellington Phoenix
5 2DF Finn Surman (2003-09-23)23 September 2003 (aged 19)   Wellington Phoenix
6 3MF Fin Conchie (2003-08-10)10 August 2003 (aged 19)   Wellington Phoenix
7 3MF Noah Karunaratne (2003-06-27)27 June 2003 (aged 19)   Wellington Phoenix
8 3MF Jackson Manuel (2003-02-24)24 February 2003 (aged 20)   Western Springs
9 4FW Oliver Colloty (2003-07-04)4 July 2003 (aged 19) Unattached
10 3MF Jay Herdman (2004-08-14)14 August 2004 (aged 18)   Vancouver Whitecaps FC
11 4FW Norman Garbett (2004-02-27)27 February 2004 (aged 19)   Potenza
12 2DF Everton O'Leary (2004-10-04)4 October 2004 (aged 18)   Birkenhead United
13 1GK Henry Gray (2005-03-29)29 March 2005 (aged 18) Unattached
14 2DF Finn Linder (2004-05-06)6 May 2004 (aged 19)   Vancouver Whitecaps FC
15 2DF Aaryan Raj (2003-05-04)4 May 2003 (aged 20)   Eastern Suburbs
16 3MF Dan McKay (2003-11-27)27 November 2003 (aged 19)   Wellington Phoenix
17 4FW Oliver Fay (2003-07-16)16 July 2003 (aged 19)   Ljungskile SK
18 4FW Ben Wallace (2004-03-26)26 March 2004 (aged 19)   Wellington Phoenix
19 4FW Kian Donkers (2004-09-12)12 September 2004 (aged 18)   NEC
20 2DF Lukas Kelly-Heald (2005-03-18)18 March 2005 (aged 18)   Wellington Phoenix
21 1GK Alby Kelly-Heald (2005-03-18)18 March 2005 (aged 18)   Wellington Phoenix

Group B edit

United States edit

The United States announced their final squad on 10 May 2023.[13] Mauricio Cuevas withdrew injured and was replaced by Michael Halliday on 18 May.[14]

Head coach: Mikey Varas

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Gabriel Slonina (2004-05-15)15 May 2004 (aged 19)   Chelsea
2 2DF Michael Halliday (2003-01-22)22 January 2003 (aged 20)   Orlando City SC
3 2DF Caleb Wiley (2004-12-22)22 December 2004 (aged 18)   Atlanta United FC
4 2DF Joshua Wynder (2005-05-02)2 May 2005 (aged 18)   Louisville City FC
5 2DF Brandan Craig (2004-04-07)7 April 2004 (aged 19)   Philadelphia Union
6 3MF Daniel Edelman (captain) (2003-04-28)28 April 2003 (aged 20)   New York Red Bulls
7 4FW Quinn Sullivan (2004-03-27)27 March 2004 (aged 19)   Philadelphia Union
8 3MF Jack McGlynn (2003-07-07)7 July 2003 (aged 19)   Philadelphia Union
9 4FW Cade Cowell (2003-10-14)14 October 2003 (aged 19)   San Jose Earthquakes
10 3MF Diego Luna (2003-09-07)7 September 2003 (aged 19)   Real Salt Lake
11 4FW Kevin Paredes (2003-05-07)7 May 2003 (aged 20)   VfL Wolfsburg
12 1GK Antonio Carrera (2004-03-15)15 March 2004 (aged 19)   FC Dallas
13 2DF Jonathan Gómez (2003-09-01)1 September 2003 (aged 19)   Real Sociedad
14 2DF Marcus Ferkranus (2003-05-10)10 May 2003 (aged 20)   LA Galaxy
15 3MF Niko Tsakiris (2005-06-19)19 June 2005 (aged 17)   San Jose Earthquakes
16 3MF Owen Wolff (2004-12-30)30 December 2004 (aged 18)   Austin FC
17 2DF Justin Che (2003-11-18)18 November 2003 (aged 19)   1899 Hoffenheim
18 3MF Obed Vargas (2005-08-05)5 August 2005 (aged 17)   Seattle Sounders FC
19 4FW Darren Yapi (2004-11-19)19 November 2004 (aged 18)   Colorado Rapids
20 3MF Rokas Pukštas (2004-08-25)25 August 2004 (aged 18)   Hajduk Split
21 1GK Alex Borto (2003-11-06)6 November 2003 (aged 19)   Fulham

Ecuador edit

Ecuador announced their final squad on 9 May 2023.[15][16][17]

Head coach: Miguel Bravo

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Cristhian Loor (2006-03-09)9 March 2006 (aged 17)   Independiente del Valle
2 2DF Stalin Valencia (2003-10-10)10 October 2003 (aged 19)   UNAM
3 2DF Christian García (2004-07-06)6 July 2004 (aged 18)   Leganés
4 2DF Joel Ordóñez (2004-04-21)21 April 2004 (aged 19)   Club Brugge
5 3MF Óscar Zambrano (2004-04-20)20 April 2004 (aged 19)   LDU Quito
6 2DF Yeltzin Erique (2003-03-27)27 March 2003 (aged 20)   LDU Quito
7 4FW Alan Minda (2003-05-14)14 May 2003 (aged 20)   Independiente del Valle
8 3MF Sebastián González (2003-06-06)6 June 2003 (aged 19)   LDU Quito
9 4FW Justin Cuero (2004-03-18)18 March 2004 (aged 19)   Independiente del Valle
10 3MF Nilson Angulo (2003-06-19)19 June 2003 (aged 19)   Anderlecht
11 4FW Cristhoper Zambrano (2004-07-05)5 July 2004 (aged 18)   Aucas
12 1GK Gilmar Napa (2003-01-05)5 January 2003 (aged 20)   Emelec
13 2DF Daniel de la Cruz (2004-03-06)6 March 2004 (aged 19)   LDU Quito
14 4FW Madison Mina (2003-04-22)22 April 2003 (aged 20)   LDU Quito
15 3MF Denil Castillo (2004-03-24)24 March 2004 (aged 19)   LDU Quito
16 2DF Maiky de la Cruz (2004-08-13)13 August 2004 (aged 18)   Reims
17 4FW Maelo Rentería (2004-02-13)13 February 2004 (aged 19)   Independiente del Valle
18 3MF Tommy Chamba (2004-10-23)23 October 2004 (aged 18)   Emelec
19 3MF Kendry Páez (2007-05-04)4 May 2007 (aged 16)   Independiente del Valle
20 1GK Tony Jiménez (2003-10-10)10 October 2003 (aged 19)   Guayaquil City
21 4FW José Klinger (2005-03-10)10 March 2005 (aged 18)   Independiente del Valle

Fiji edit

Fiji announced their final squad on 10 May 2023.[18][19]

Head coach:   Bobby Mimms

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Aydin Mustahib (2004-05-28)28 May 2004 (aged 18)   Auckland United
2 2DF Peter Ravai (2003-03-25)25 March 2003 (aged 20)   Rewa
3 3MF Eneriko Matau (2004-01-10)10 January 2004 (aged 19)   Nadi
4 3MF Abdullah Aiyas (2003-09-26)26 September 2003 (aged 19)   Bonnyrigg White Eagles
5 2DF Sakiusa Saqiri (2003-06-11)11 June 2003 (aged 19)   Tavua
6 3MF Thomas Dunn (2003-01-19)19 January 2003 (aged 20)   Navua
7 2DF Arshad Khan (2005-08-22)22 August 2005 (aged 17)   Macarthur Rams
8 2DF Josh Laqeretabua (2005-09-26)26 September 2005 (aged 17)   Charlton Athletic
9 4FW Faazil Ali (2003-05-08)8 May 2003 (aged 20)   Ba
10 3MF Nabil Begg (2004-03-17)17 March 2004 (aged 19)   Ba
11 3MF Gulam Razool (2004-01-29)29 January 2004 (aged 19)   Ba
12 3MF Clarence Hussain (2003-07-04)4 July 2003 (aged 19)   Labasa
13 1GK Joji Vuakaca (2003-03-24)24 March 2003 (aged 20)   Labasa
14 4FW Apisai Rabuka (2004-10-23)23 October 2004 (aged 18)   Coastal Spirit
15 3MF Sailasa Ratu (2004-02-03)3 February 2004 (aged 19)   Tavua
16 2DF Geary Gubu (2003-04-28)28 April 2003 (aged 20)   Tailevu Naitasiri
17 2DF Mohammed Fataul (2003-08-10)10 August 2003 (aged 19)   Ba
18 2DF Samuela Navoce (2003-07-22)22 July 2003 (aged 19)   Ba
19 4FW Junior Dekedeke (2003-03-25)25 March 2003 (aged 20)   Lautoka
20 1GK Isikeli Sevenaia (2003-01-11)11 January 2003 (aged 20)   Nadroga
21 4FW Sterling Vasconcellos (2005-04-19)19 April 2005 (aged 18)   Lautoka

Slovakia edit

Slovakia announced a provisional squad of 48 players on 2 May 2023.[20][21] The final squad was announced on 11 May 2023.[22][23] On 15 May, Bálint Csóka replaced Dominik Hollý, who had withdrawn due to an injury.

Head coach: Albert Rusnák[24]

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Samuel Belaník (2003-08-26)26 August 2003 (aged 19)   Žilina
2 2DF Šimon Mičuda (2004-01-28)28 January 2004 (aged 19)   Trenčín
3 2DF Samuel Bagín (2004-02-08)8 February 2004 (aged 19)   Trenčín
4 3MF Ján Murgaš (2004-03-27)27 March 2004 (aged 19)   Traiskirchen
5 2DF Dávid Ovšonka (2004-01-17)17 January 2004 (aged 19)   Železiarne Podbrezová
6 2DF Sebastian Kóša (2003-09-13)13 September 2003 (aged 19)   Spartak Trnava
7 4FW Bálint Csóka (2003-03-20)20 March 2003 (aged 20)   Šamorín
8 3MF Artur Gajdoš (2004-01-20)20 January 2004 (aged 19)   Trenčín
9 4FW Adam Griger (2004-03-16)16 March 2004 (aged 19)   Cagliari
10 4FW Timotej Jambor (2003-04-04)4 April 2003 (aged 20)   Žilina
11 4FW Adam Gaži (2003-03-01)1 March 2003 (aged 20)   Tatran Liptovský Mikuláš
12 1GK Adam Hrdina (2004-02-12)12 February 2004 (aged 19)   Slovan Bratislava
13 2DF Marek Ujlaky (2003-12-03)3 December 2003 (aged 19)   Spartak Trnava
14 3MF Máté Szolgai (2003-07-27)27 July 2003 (aged 19)   Šamorín
15 4FW Nino Marcelli (2005-05-29)29 May 2005 (aged 17)   Slovan Bratislava
16 4FW Leo Sauer (2005-12-16)16 December 2005 (aged 17)   Feyenoord
17 3MF Dominik Šnajder (2003-07-22)22 July 2003 (aged 19)   Žilina
18 2DF Nicolas Šikula (2003-05-15)15 May 2003 (aged 20)   Železiarne Podbrezová
19 2DF Samuel Kopásek (2003-05-22)22 May 2003 (aged 19)   Žilina
20 3MF Mário Sauer (2004-05-15)15 May 2004 (aged 19)   Žilina
21 1GK Adam Danko (2003-06-27)27 June 2003 (aged 19)   Pohronie

Group C edit

Senegal edit

Senegal announced their final squad on 10 May 2023.[25][26] On 22 May, Ndiack Sall replaced Landing Badji, who had withdrawn due to an injury.

Head coach: Malick Daf

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Alioune Niang (2003-01-01)1 January 2003 (aged 20)   Linguère
2 3MF Mouhamed Guèye (2003-11-16)16 November 2003 (aged 19)   Gorée
3 3MF Djibril Diarra (2004-04-30)30 April 2004 (aged 19)   Génération Foot
4 3MF Mamadou Lamine Camara (2003-01-05)5 January 2003 (aged 20)   RS Berkane
5 4FW Ibrahima Seck (2004-05-19)19 May 2004 (aged 19)   Gorée
6 2DF Souleymane Basse (2003-11-06)6 November 2003 (aged 19)   Génération Foot
7 4FW Oumar Diouf (2003-05-15)15 May 2003 (aged 20)   Darou Salam
8 2DF Amidou Diop (2004-03-08)8 March 2004 (aged 19)   Génération Foot
9 4FW Souleymane Faye (2003-02-08)8 February 2003 (aged 20)   Talavera de la Reina
10 4FW Samba Diallo (2003-01-05)5 January 2003 (aged 20)   Dynamo Kyiv
11 3MF Mamadou Gning (2006-12-22)22 December 2006 (aged 16)   Espoirs de Guédiawaye
12 2DF Babacar N'Diaye (2004-10-25)25 October 2004 (aged 18)   Douanes
13 2DF Seydou Sano (2004-10-28)28 October 2004 (aged 18)   Gorée
14 4FW Libasse Ngom (2003-12-04)4 December 2003 (aged 19)   Guédiawaye
15 3MF Ibrahima Cissoko (2003-04-18)18 April 2003 (aged 20)   Gorée
16 1GK Mamour N'diaye (2005-10-22)22 October 2005 (aged 17)   Oslo FA
17 4FW Mame Mor Faye (2005-07-12)12 July 2005 (aged 17)   Darou Salam
18 2DF Mouhamed Guèye (2003-10-15)15 October 2003 (aged 19)   Diambars
19 2DF Mapenda Mbow (2004-07-20)20 July 2004 (aged 18)   Espoirs de Guédiawaye
20 3MF Pape Demba Diop (2003-09-04)4 September 2003 (aged 19)   Zulte Waregem
21 1GK Ndiack Sall (2003-07-28)28 July 2003 (aged 19)   Espoirs de Guédiawaye

Japan edit

Japan announced their final squad on 9 May 2023.[27]

Head coach: Koichi Togashi

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Ryoya Kimura (2003-06-10)10 June 2003 (aged 19)   Nihon University
2 2DF Hayate Matsuda (2003-10-02)2 October 2003 (aged 19)   Mito HollyHock
3 2DF Hayato Tanaka (2003-11-01)1 November 2003 (aged 19)   Kashiwa Reysol
4 2DF Shuta Kikuchi (2003-08-16)16 August 2003 (aged 19)   Shimizu S-Pulse
5 3MF Riku Yamane (2003-08-17)17 August 2003 (aged 19)   Yokohama F. Marinos
6 3MF Taichi Fukui (2004-07-15)15 July 2004 (aged 18)   Bayern Munich
7 3MF Kuryu Matsuki (2003-04-30)30 April 2003 (aged 20)   FC Tokyo
8 3MF Kodai Sano (2003-09-25)25 September 2003 (aged 19)   Fagiano Okayama
9 4FW Shio Fukuda (2004-04-08)8 April 2004 (aged 19)   Borussia Mönchengladbach
10 3MF Sota Kitano (2004-08-13)13 August 2004 (aged 18)   Cerezo Osaka
11 4FW Isa Sakamoto (2003-08-26)26 August 2003 (aged 19)   Fagiano Okayama
12 1GK Yu Kanoshima (2003-05-05)5 May 2003 (aged 20)   Ryutsu Keizai University
13 2DF Anrie Chase (2004-03-24)24 March 2004 (aged 19)   VfB Stuttgart
14 3MF Takatora Einaga (2003-04-07)7 April 2003 (aged 20)   Kawasaki Frontale
15 2DF Yusei Yashiki (2003-10-18)18 October 2003 (aged 19)   Oita Trinita
16 2DF Niko Takahashi (2005-08-17)17 August 2005 (aged 17)   Barcelona
17 3MF Kosuke Matsumura (2004-05-02)2 May 2004 (aged 19)   Hosei University
18 4FW Naoki Kumata (2004-08-02)2 August 2004 (aged 18)   FC Tokyo
19 2DF Kota Takai (2004-09-04)4 September 2004 (aged 18)   Kawasaki Frontale
20 3MF Taisei Abe (2004-06-07)7 June 2004 (aged 18)   V-Varen Nagasaki
21 1GK Ryusei Haruna (2004-05-01)1 May 2004 (aged 19)   Mito HollyHock

Israel edit

Israel announced their final squad on 7 May 2023.[28][29] Goalkeeper Nitai Greis replaced goalkeeper Lior Gliklich, who had withdrawn due to an injury.

Head coach: Ofir Haim

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Tomer Zarfati (2003-10-16)16 October 2003 (aged 19)   Maccabi Netanya
2 2DF Ilay Feingold (2004-08-23)23 August 2004 (aged 18)   Maccabi Haifa
3 2DF Or Israelov (2004-09-02)2 September 2004 (aged 18)   Hapoel Tel Aviv
4 2DF Stav Lemkin (2003-04-02)2 April 2003 (aged 20)   Hapoel Tel Aviv
5 2DF Shon Edri (2003-10-24)24 October 2003 (aged 19)   Hapoel Ashdod
6 3MF El-Yam Kancepolsky (2003-12-22)22 December 2003 (aged 19)   Hapoel Tel Aviv
7 4FW Anan Khalaily (2004-09-03)3 September 2004 (aged 18)   Maccabi Haifa
8 3MF Ilay Madmoun (captain) (2003-02-23)23 February 2003 (aged 20)   Beitar Jerusalem
9 4FW Dor Turgeman (2003-10-24)24 October 2003 (aged 19)   Maccabi Tel Aviv
10 4FW Ariel Lugasi (2004-11-24)24 November 2004 (aged 18)   Maccabi Petah Tikva
11 3MF Hamza Shibli (2004-08-19)19 August 2004 (aged 18)   Maccabi Haifa
12 2DF Roy Revivo (2003-05-22)22 May 2003 (aged 19)   Hapoel Jerusalem
13 2DF Noam Ben-Harush (2005-05-13)13 May 2005 (aged 18)   Hapoel Haifa
14 3MF Aharon Roy Nawi (2004-04-03)3 April 2004 (aged 19)   Maccabi Tel Aviv
15 3MF Tay Abed (2004-03-08)8 March 2004 (aged 19)   PSV Eindhoven
16 3MF Ran Binyamin (2004-02-06)6 February 2004 (aged 19)   Hapoel Tel Aviv
17 4FW Omer Senior (2003-02-23)23 February 2003 (aged 20)   Hapoel Tel Aviv
18 1GK Ofek Melika-Aharon (2005-01-23)23 January 2005 (aged 18)   Hapoel Ra'anana
19 2DF Hadar Fuchs (2003-12-13)13 December 2003 (aged 19)   Maccabi Petah Tikva
20 4FW Ahmad Ibrahim Salman (2004-03-21)21 March 2004 (aged 19)   Maccabi Netanya
21 1GK Nitai Greis (2004-07-08)8 July 2004 (aged 18)   Maccabi Haifa

Colombia edit

Colombia announced their squad on 9 May 2023.[30][31]

Head coach: Héctor Cárdenas

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Luis Marquinez (2003-04-10)10 April 2003 (aged 20)   Atlético Nacional
2 2DF Daniel Pedrozo (2004-03-19)19 March 2004 (aged 19)   Real Cartagena
3 2DF Édier Ocampo (2003-10-03)3 October 2003 (aged 19)   Atlético Nacional
4 2DF Fernando Álvarez (2003-08-24)24 August 2003 (aged 19)   Pachuca
5 2DF Kevin Mantilla (2003-05-22)22 May 2003 (aged 19)   Independiente Santa Fe
6 3MF Jhon Vélez (2003-07-25)25 July 2003 (aged 19)   Junior
7 4FW Jorge Cabezas Hurtado (2003-09-06)6 September 2003 (aged 19)   Independiente Medellín
8 3MF Gustavo Puerta (2003-07-23)23 July 2003 (aged 19)   1. FC Nürnberg
9 4FW Tomás Ángel (2003-02-20)20 February 2003 (aged 20)   Atlético Nacional
10 3MF Yáser Asprilla (2003-11-19)19 November 2003 (aged 19)   Watford
11 3MF Alexis Manyoma (2003-01-30)30 January 2003 (aged 20)   Cortuluá
12 1GK Juan Diego Castillo (2003-01-13)13 January 2003 (aged 20)   Fortaleza
13 3MF Juan Castilla (2004-07-27)27 July 2004 (aged 18)   Houston Dynamo FC
14 2DF Julián Palacios (2003-08-07)7 August 2003 (aged 19)   Envigado
15 2DF Devan Tanton (2004-01-03)3 January 2004 (aged 19)   Fulham
16 4FW Óscar Cortés (2003-12-03)3 December 2003 (aged 19)   Millonarios
17 2DF Andrés Salazar (2003-01-15)15 January 2003 (aged 20)   Atlético Nacional
18 3MF Jhojan Torres (2003-01-12)12 January 2003 (aged 20)   Independiente Santa Fe
19 3MF Miguel Monsalve (2004-02-27)27 February 2004 (aged 19)   Independiente Medellín
20 3MF Daniel Luna (2003-05-07)7 May 2003 (aged 20)   Mallorca
21 1GK Alexei Rojas (2005-09-28)28 September 2005 (aged 17)   Arsenal

Group D edit

Italy edit

Italy announced their squad on 11 May 2023.[32]

Head coach: Carmine Nunziata

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Sebastiano Desplanches (2003-03-11)11 March 2003 (aged 20)   Trento
2 2DF Mattia Zanotti (2003-02-11)11 February 2003 (aged 20)   Inter Milan
3 2DF Riccardo Turicchia (2003-02-05)5 February 2003 (aged 20)   Juventus
4 3MF Matteo Prati (2003-12-28)28 December 2003 (aged 19)   SPAL
5 2DF Daniele Ghilardi (2003-01-06)6 January 2003 (aged 20)   Mantova
6 2DF Samuel Giovane (captain) (2003-03-28)28 March 2003 (aged 20)   Ascoli
7 3MF Niccolò Pisilli (2004-09-23)23 September 2004 (aged 18)   Roma
8 3MF Cesare Casadei (2003-01-10)10 January 2003 (aged 20)   Reading
9 4FW Giuseppe Ambrosino (2003-09-10)10 September 2003 (aged 19)   Cittadella
10 3MF Tommaso Baldanzi (2003-03-23)23 March 2003 (aged 20)   Empoli
11 4FW Daniele Montevago (2003-03-18)18 March 2003 (aged 20)   Sampdoria
12 1GK Gioele Zacchi (2003-07-10)10 July 2003 (aged 19)   Sassuolo
13 2DF Filippo Fiumanò (2003-02-23)23 February 2003 (aged 20)   Aquila Montevarchi
14 2DF Gabriele Guarino (2004-04-14)14 April 2004 (aged 19)   Empoli
15 2DF Alessandro Fontanarosa (2003-02-07)7 February 2003 (aged 20)   Inter Milan
16 3MF Giacomo Faticanti (2004-07-31)31 July 2004 (aged 18)   Roma
17 3MF Luca Lipani (2005-05-18)18 May 2005 (aged 18)   Genoa
18 4FW Francesco Pio Esposito (2005-06-28)28 June 2005 (aged 17)   Inter Milan
19 3MF Duccio Degli Innocenti (2003-04-28)28 April 2003 (aged 20)   Empoli
20 4FW Simone Pafundi (2006-03-14)14 March 2006 (aged 17)   Udinese
21 1GK Jacopo Sassi (2003-07-24)24 July 2003 (aged 19)   Giugliano

Brazil edit

Brazil announced their final squad on 28 April 2023.[33][34] On 3 May, Jean Pedroso replaced Kaiky, who had withdrawn due to an injury.[35][36] On 7 May, Corinthians forward Pedrinho was replaced by Marquinhos because his club decided not to release him.[37] On 11 May, defender Michel was ruled out due to an injury,[38] and one day later was replaced by Douglas Mendes.[39]

Head coach: Ramon Menezes

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Mycael (2004-03-12)12 March 2004 (aged 19)   Athletico Paranaense
2 2DF Arthur (2003-03-17)17 March 2003 (aged 20)   América Mineiro
3 2DF Jean Pedroso (2004-01-28)28 January 2004 (aged 19)   Coritiba
4 2DF Robert Renan (2003-10-11)11 October 2003 (aged 19)   Zenit Saint Petersburg
5 3MF Andrey Santos (captain) (2004-05-03)3 May 2004 (aged 19)   Vasco da Gama
6 2DF Kaiki Bruno (2003-03-08)8 March 2003 (aged 20)   Cruzeiro
7 4FW Giovani (2004-01-01)1 January 2004 (aged 19)   Palmeiras
8 3MF Marlon Gomes (2003-12-14)14 December 2003 (aged 19)   Vasco da Gama
9 4FW Marcos Leonardo (2003-05-02)2 May 2003 (aged 20)   Santos
10 3MF Matheus Martins (2003-07-16)16 July 2003 (aged 19)   Watford
11 3MF Guilherme Biro (2004-04-20)20 April 2004 (aged 19)   Corinthians
12 1GK Kaique (2003-04-16)16 April 2003 (aged 20)   Palmeiras
13 2DF André Dhominique (2003-10-07)7 October 2003 (aged 19)   Bahia
14 2DF Douglas Mendes (2004-06-13)13 June 2004 (aged 18)   Red Bull Salzburg
15 3MF Ronald (2003-02-11)11 February 2003 (aged 20)   Grêmio
16 4FW Marquinhos (2003-04-07)7 April 2003 (aged 20)   Norwich City
17 4FW Giovane (2003-11-24)24 November 2003 (aged 19)   Corinthians
18 4FW Kevin (2003-01-04)4 January 2003 (aged 20)   Palmeiras
19 4FW Matheus Nascimento (2004-03-03)3 March 2004 (aged 19)   Botafogo
20 4FW Sávio (2004-04-10)10 April 2004 (aged 19)   PSV Eindhoven
21 1GK Kauã Santos (2003-04-11)11 April 2003 (aged 20)   Flamengo

Nigeria edit

Nigeria submitted a provisional squad of 55 players.[40] The final squad was announced on May 8 2023.[41][42] On 9 May, goalkeeper Saheed Jimoh was replaced by John Utoblo.[43][44]

Head coach: Ladan Bosso

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Nathaniel Nwosu (2006-01-10)10 January 2006 (aged 17)   Water
2 2DF Augustine Njoku (2004-08-02)2 August 2004 (aged 18)   Abia Warriors
3 2DF Solomon Agbalaka (2003-11-09)9 November 2003 (aged 19)   Broad City
4 3MF Daniel Daga (2007-01-10)10 January 2007 (aged 16)   Dakkada
5 2DF Abel Ogwuche (2003-07-06)6 July 2003 (aged 19)   Trelleborgs FF
6 2DF Daniel Bameyi (captain) (2006-01-04)4 January 2006 (aged 17)   Yum Yum
7 4FW Haliru Sarki (2004-02-02)2 February 2004 (aged 19)   Mahanaim
8 3MF Tochukwu Nnadi (2003-06-30)30 June 2003 (aged 19)   Botev Plovdiv
9 4FW Salim Fago Lawal (2003-01-15)15 January 2003 (aged 20)   Mavlon
10 3MF Victor Eletu (2005-04-01)1 April 2005 (aged 18)   AC Milan
11 4FW Ibrahim Muhammad (2004-02-03)3 February 2004 (aged 19)   Cartagena
12 2DF Benjamin Fredrick (2005-05-28)28 May 2005 (aged 17)   Nasarawa United
13 2DF Israel Domingo (2004-02-09)9 February 2004 (aged 19)   Family Worship Centre
14 3MF Ibrahim Abdullahi (2005-10-27)27 October 2005 (aged 17)   Samba
15 4FW Jude Sunday (2004-10-04)4 October 2004 (aged 18)   Real Sapphire
16 1GK John Utoblo (2003-07-05)5 July 2003 (aged 19)   Mavlon
17 4FW Kehinde Ibrahim (2006-01-15)15 January 2006 (aged 17)   Green Light Academy
18 3MF Samson Lawal (2004-04-25)25 April 2004 (aged 19)   Katsina United
19 4FW Umeh Emmanuel (2004-08-31)31 August 2004 (aged 18)   Botev Plovdiv
20 3MF John Joshua (2004-01-18)18 January 2004 (aged 19)   Nasarawa United
21 1GK Chijoke Aniagboso (2004-04-15)15 April 2004 (aged 19)   Giant Brillars

Dominican Republic edit

Dominican Republic announced their final squad on 8 May 2023.[45][46][47]

Head coach:   Walter Benítez

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Omry Bello (2003-05-28)28 May 2003 (aged 19)   O&M
2 3MF Steven Martínez (2003-09-10)10 September 2003 (aged 19)   Atlético Vega Real
3 2DF Alex Ciriaco (2004-03-21)21 March 2004 (aged 19)   Ilves
4 2DF Sebastián Mañón (2003-02-13)13 February 2003 (aged 20)   Dartmouth College
5 2DF Kleffer Martes (2003-01-13)13 January 2003 (aged 20)   Atlético Pantoja
6 2DF Israel Boatwright (2005-06-02)2 June 2005 (aged 17)   Inter Miami CF
7 4FW Bryan More (2003-05-29)29 May 2003 (aged 19)   Atlético Vega Real
8 3MF Ángel Montes de Oca (2003-02-18)18 February 2003 (aged 20)   Cibao
9 4FW Anyelo Gómez (2003-01-02)2 January 2003 (aged 20)   Jarabacoa
10 3MF Edison Azcona (2003-11-21)21 November 2003 (aged 19)   Inter Miami CF
11 4FW Alejandro Martín (2006-02-16)16 February 2006 (aged 17)   Rayo Ciudad Alcobendas
12 1GK Xavier Valdez (2003-11-23)23 November 2003 (aged 19)   Houston Dynamo FC
13 4FW Oliver Schmidhauser (2004-06-02)2 June 2004 (aged 18)   RB Leipzig
14 3MF Yordy Álvarez (2005-12-03)3 December 2005 (aged 17)   Atlántico
15 4FW Yunior Peralta (2004-02-02)2 February 2004 (aged 19)   Cibao
16 2DF Miguel Vásquez (2004-02-26)26 February 2004 (aged 19)   Atlántico
17 4FW Jason Yambatis (2003-03-21)21 March 2003 (aged 20)   Atlético Pantoja
18 2DF Alfeni Tamárez (2005-06-14)14 June 2005 (aged 17)   Atlético Pantoja
19 2DF Guillermo de Peña (2003-07-22)22 July 2003 (aged 19)   Moca
20 1GK Enrique Bösl (2004-02-07)7 February 2004 (aged 19)   Ingolstadt 04
21 4FW Derek Cuevas (2004-01-07)7 January 2004 (aged 19)   Barcelona

Group E edit

Uruguay edit

Uruguay submitted a provisional squad of 45 players.[48] The final squad was announced on 8 May 2023.[49]

Head coach: Marcelo Broli

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Facundo Machado (2004-01-19)19 January 2004 (aged 19)   Nacional
2 2DF Sebastián Boselli (2003-12-04)4 December 2003 (aged 19)   Defensor Sporting
3 2DF Mateo Antoni (2003-04-22)22 April 2003 (aged 20)   Liverpool
4 2DF Mateo Ponte (2003-05-24)24 May 2003 (aged 19)   Danubio
5 3MF Fabricio Díaz (captain) (2003-02-03)3 February 2003 (aged 20)   Liverpool
6 2DF Mathías De Ritis (2003-01-31)31 January 2003 (aged 20)   Peñarol
7 3MF Anderson Duarte (2004-03-23)23 March 2004 (aged 19)   Defensor Sporting
8 3MF Rodrigo Chagas (2003-08-20)20 August 2003 (aged 19)   Nacional
9 3MF Andrés Ferrari (2003-01-03)3 January 2003 (aged 20)   Defensor Sporting
10 3MF Franco González (2004-06-22)22 June 2004 (aged 18)   Danubio
11 3MF Juan Cruz de los Santos (2003-02-22)22 February 2003 (aged 20)   River Plate
12 1GK Randall Rodríguez (2003-11-29)29 November 2003 (aged 19)   Peñarol
13 2DF Alan Matturro (2004-10-11)11 October 2004 (aged 18)   Genoa
14 3MF Damián García (2003-07-15)15 July 2003 (aged 19)   Peñarol
15 3MF Ignacio Sosa (2003-08-31)31 August 2003 (aged 19)   Fénix
16 2DF Facundo González (2003-07-06)6 July 2003 (aged 19)   Valencia
17 3MF Matías Abaldo (2004-04-02)2 April 2004 (aged 19)   Defensor Sporting
18 3MF Santiago Homenchenko (2003-08-30)30 August 2003 (aged 19)   Peñarol
19 4FW Luciano Rodríguez (2003-07-16)16 July 2003 (aged 19)   Liverpool
20 4FW Nicolás Siri (2004-04-17)17 April 2004 (aged 19)   Montevideo City
21 1GK José Arbío (2003-01-21)21 January 2003 (aged 20)   River Plate

Iraq edit

Head coach: Emad Mohammed

The preliminary squad containing 51 players was submitted on 23 April 2023.[citation needed] Iraq announced the final squad on Wednesday 10th May. On 16 May, Abboud Rabah was replaced with Abbas Majed. Sajjad Mohammed Fadhil and Mohammed Emad Mohammed have been announced as standby players to replace any players in the squad that cannot participate.

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Hussein Hassan (2003-10-05)5 October 2003 (aged 19)   Al-Karkh
2 2DF Alai Ghasem (2003-02-16)16 February 2003 (aged 20)   IFK Göteborg
3 2DF Roman Doulashi (2005-08-07)7 August 2005 (aged 17)   Bonner SC
4 2DF Kadhim Raad Hatem (vice-captain) (2003-03-05)5 March 2003 (aged 20)   Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya
5 3MF Abdul-Razzak Qasim (captain) (2003-02-19)19 February 2003 (aged 20)   Al-Shorta
6 2DF Adam Rasheed (4th captain) (2006-07-10)10 July 2006 (aged 16)   AaB
7 4FW Mohammed Jameel (2005-11-25)25 November 2005 (aged 17)   Al-Sinaat Al-Kahrabaiya
8 4FW Abdulqader Ayoub (2003-07-23)23 July 2003 (aged 19)   Erbil
9 3MF Alexander Aoraha (2003-01-17)17 January 2003 (aged 20)   Queens Park Rangers
10 4FW Youssef Amyn (2003-08-21)21 August 2003 (aged 19)   Feyenoord
11 4FW Ashar Ali (2003-09-24)24 September 2003 (aged 19)   Al-Mina'a
12 1GK Abbas Kareem (2003-11-15)15 November 2003 (aged 19)   Al-Shorta
13 1GK Omran Zaki (2004-08-02)2 August 2004 (aged 18)   Zakho
14 4FW Abbas Fadhil (2003-07-13)13 July 2003 (aged 19)   Naft Maysan
15 2DF Abbas Manie (2003-01-11)11 January 2003 (aged 20)   Amanat Baghdad
16 4FW Ali Jasim (2004-01-20)20 January 2004 (aged 19)   Al-Kahrabaa
17 2DF Muslim Moussa (2005-03-11)11 March 2005 (aged 18)   Al-Mina'a
18 3MF Ali Sadiq (2003-02-13)13 February 2003 (aged 20)   Al-Zawraa
19 2DF Sajjad Mohammed Mahdi (3rd captain) (2003-02-25)25 February 2003 (aged 20)   Naft Maysan
20 3MF Abbas Majed (2003-10-29)29 October 2003 (aged 19)   Al-Talaba
21 3MF Hayder Abdulkareem (2004-08-07)7 August 2004 (aged 18)   Al-Zawraa

England edit

England announced their final squad on 11 May 2023.[50]

Head coach: Ian Foster

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Matthew Cox (2003-05-02)2 May 2003 (aged 20)   Brentford
2 2DF Brooke Norton-Cuffy (2004-01-12)12 January 2004 (aged 19)   Coventry City
3 2DF Callum Doyle (2003-10-03)3 October 2003 (aged 19)   Coventry City
4 3MF Alex Scott (2003-08-21)21 August 2003 (aged 19)   Bristol City
5 2DF Bashir Humphreys (2003-03-15)15 March 2003 (aged 20)   SC Paderborn
6 2DF Jarell Quansah (2003-01-29)29 January 2003 (aged 20)   Bristol Rovers
7 3MF Alfie Devine (2004-08-01)1 August 2004 (aged 18)   Tottenham Hotspur
8 3MF Xavier Simons (2003-02-20)20 February 2003 (aged 20)   Hull City
9 4FW Dane Scarlett (2004-03-24)24 March 2004 (aged 19)   Tottenham Hotspur
10 3MF Aaron Ramsey (2003-01-21)21 January 2003 (aged 20)   Middlesbrough
11 3MF Harvey Vale (captain) (2003-09-11)11 September 2003 (aged 19)   Chelsea
12 1GK James Beadle (2004-07-16)16 July 2004 (aged 18)   Crewe Alexandra
13 1GK Teddy Sharman-Lowe (2003-03-30)30 March 2003 (aged 20)   Havant & Waterlooville
14 3MF Darko Gyabi (2004-02-18)18 February 2004 (aged 19)   Leeds United
15 2DF Ronnie Edwards (2003-03-28)28 March 2003 (aged 20)   Peterborough United
16 2DF Imari Samuels (2003-02-05)5 February 2003 (aged 20)   Brighton & Hove Albion
17 3MF Samuel Edozie (2003-01-28)28 January 2003 (aged 20)   Southampton
18 4FW Mateo Joseph (2003-10-19)19 October 2003 (aged 19)   Leeds United
19 4FW Liam Delap (2003-02-08)8 February 2003 (aged 20)   Preston North End
20 4FW Daniel Jebbison (2003-08-13)13 August 2003 (aged 19)   Sheffield United
21 2DF Daniel Oyegoke (2003-01-03)3 January 2003 (aged 20)   Brentford

Tunisia edit

Tunisia announced their final squad on 8 May 2023.[51][52][53]

Head coach: Montasser Louhichi

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Raed Gazzeh (2003-10-17)17 October 2003 (aged 19)   Étoile du Sahel
2 2DF Mahmoud Ghorbel (2003-12-31)31 December 2003 (aged 19)   CS Sfaxien
3 2DF Zinedine Sassi (2003-08-04)4 August 2003 (aged 19)   Espérance de Tunis
4 2DF Karim El Abed (2004-02-27)27 February 2004 (aged 19)   Karlsruher SC
5 2DF Raed Bouchniba (2003-09-25)25 September 2003 (aged 19)   Espérance de Tunis
6 3MF Ghaith Ouahabi (2003-05-02)2 May 2003 (aged 20)   Espérance de Tunis
7 3MF Samy Chouchane (2003-09-05)5 September 2003 (aged 19)   Brighton & Hove Albion
8 3MF Yassine Dridi (2003-04-03)3 April 2003 (aged 20)   Club Africain
9 4FW Youssef Snana (2004-03-24)24 March 2004 (aged 19)   Club Africain
10 3MF Chaïm El Djebali (2004-02-07)7 February 2004 (aged 19)   Lyon
11 4FW Raki Aouani (2004-09-11)11 September 2004 (aged 18)   Étoile du Sahel
12 1GK Thomas Zouaghi (2005-04-11)11 April 2005 (aged 18)   Sassuolo
13 3MF Mohamed Wael Derbali (2003-06-18)18 June 2003 (aged 19)   Olympique Béja
14 2DF Rayan Nasraoui (2003-06-27)27 June 2003 (aged 19)   Nîmes
15 3MF Baraket Hmidi (2003-02-01)1 February 2003 (aged 20)   Club Sfaxien
16 1GK Dries Arfaoui (2004-11-23)23 November 2004 (aged 18)   Deinze
17 3MF Malek Mehri (2003-10-21)21 October 2003 (aged 19)   Espérance de Tunis
18 4FW Mohamed Dhaoui (2003-05-14)14 May 2003 (aged 20)   Al Ahly
19 2DF Ali Saoudi (2003-12-20)20 December 2003 (aged 19)   Stade Tunisien
20 4FW Béchir Yacoub (2004-05-24)24 May 2004 (aged 18)   Monaco
21 4FW Jibril Othman (2004-04-26)26 April 2004 (aged 19)   Saint-Étienne

Group F edit

France edit

France announced their final squad on 10 May 2023.[54][55]

Head coach: Landry Chauvin

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Thimothée Lo-Tutala (2003-02-13)13 February 2003 (aged 20)   Hull City
2 2DF Tanguy Zoukrou (2003-05-07)7 May 2003 (aged 20)   Troyes
3 2DF Thérence Koudou (2004-12-13)13 December 2004 (aged 18)   Reims
4 2DF Ousmane Camara (2003-03-06)6 March 2003 (aged 20)   Angers
5 2DF Félix Nzouango (2003-01-07)7 January 2003 (aged 20)   Juventus
6 3MF Florent Da Silva (2003-04-02)2 April 2003 (aged 20)   Volendam
7 4FW Alan Virginius (captain) (2003-01-03)3 January 2003 (aged 20)   Lille
8 3MF Warren Bondo (2003-09-15)15 September 2003 (aged 19)   Reggina
9 4FW Malamine Efekele (2004-07-19)19 July 2004 (aged 18)   Monaco
10 3MF Soungoutou Magassa (2003-10-08)8 October 2003 (aged 19)   Monaco
11 4FW Sekou Lega (2003-01-21)21 January 2003 (aged 20)   Lyon
12 4FW Antoine Joujou (2003-03-12)12 March 2003 (aged 20)   Le Havre
13 4FW Wilson Odobert (2004-11-28)28 November 2004 (aged 18)   Troyes
14 2DF Cheick Keita (2003-04-02)2 April 2003 (aged 20)   Reims
15 3MF Etienne Camara (2003-03-30)30 March 2003 (aged 20)   Huddersfield Town
16 1GK Yann Lienard (2003-03-16)16 March 2003 (aged 20)   Monaco
17 4FW Alexis Tibidi (2003-11-03)3 November 2003 (aged 19)   Troyes
18 2DF Jordan Semedo (2003-01-15)15 January 2003 (aged 20)   Monaco
19 2DF Brayann Pereira (2003-05-21)21 May 2003 (aged 19)   Bourg-Péronnas
20 3MF Martin Adeline (2003-12-02)2 December 2003 (aged 19)   Rodez
21 1GK Lucas Lavallée (2003-02-18)18 February 2003 (aged 20)   Paris Saint-Germain

South Korea edit

South Korea announced their final squad on 5 May 2023.[56][57]

Head coach: Kim Eun-jung

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Kim Jun-hong (2003-06-03)3 June 2003 (aged 19)   Gimcheon Sangmu
2 2DF Park Chang-woo (2003-03-01)1 March 2003 (aged 20)   Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors
3 2DF Hwang In-taek (2003-04-01)1 April 2003 (aged 20)   Seoul E-Land
4 2DF Choi Seok-hyeon (2003-01-13)13 January 2003 (aged 20)   Dankook University
5 2DF Lee Chan-wook (2003-02-03)3 February 2003 (aged 20)   Gyeongnam FC
6 3MF Park Hyun-bin (2003-05-19)19 May 2003 (aged 20)   Incheon United
7 3MF Kim Yong-hak (2003-05-20)20 May 2003 (aged 20)   Portimonense
8 3MF Lee Seung-won (2003-03-06)6 March 2003 (aged 20)   Gangwon FC
9 4FW Lee Young-jun (2003-05-23)23 May 2003 (aged 19)   Gimcheon Sangmu
10 3MF Bae Jun-ho (2003-08-21)21 August 2003 (aged 19)   Daejeon Hana Citizen
11 3MF Kang Seong-jin (2003-03-26)26 March 2003 (aged 20)   FC Seoul
12 1GK Kim Jung-hoon (2004-08-09)9 August 2004 (aged 18)   Korea University
13 2DF Choi Ye-hoon (2003-08-19)19 August 2003 (aged 19)   Busan IPark
14 3MF Kang Sang-yun (2004-05-31)31 May 2004 (aged 18)   Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors
15 2DF Cho Young-kwang (2004-03-11)11 March 2004 (aged 19)   FC Seoul
16 3MF Lee Seung-joon (2004-08-11)11 August 2004 (aged 18)   FC Seoul
17 3MF Lee Ji-han (2003-01-08)8 January 2003 (aged 20)   SC Freiburg
18 4FW Park Seung-ho (2003-09-11)11 September 2003 (aged 19)   Incheon United
19 2DF Bae Seo-joon (2003-12-11)11 December 2003 (aged 19)   Daejeon Hana Citizen
20 2DF Kim Ji-soo (2004-12-24)24 December 2004 (aged 18)   Seongnam FC
21 1GK Moon Hyeon-ho (2003-05-13)13 May 2003 (aged 20)   Chungnam Asan

Gambia edit

The Gambia announced a provisional squad of 35 players on 1 May 2023.[58][59] The final squad was announced on 10 May 2023.[60][61]

Head coach: Abdoulie Bojang

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Pa Ebou Dampha (2003-03-29)29 March 2003 (aged 20)   Waa Banjul
2 4FW Ba Lamin Sowe (2003-12-01)1 December 2003 (aged 19)   Tenerife
3 2DF Sainey Sanyang (2003-04-18)18 April 2003 (aged 20)   Hawks
4 2DF Alagie Saine (2003-01-20)20 January 2003 (aged 20)   AC Horsens
5 2DF Dembo Saidykhan (2004-01-20)20 January 2004 (aged 19)   Steve Biko
6 3MF Mahmudu Bajo (2004-08-15)15 August 2004 (aged 18)   Granada
7 3MF Bailo Bah (2003-03-04)4 March 2003 (aged 20)   Hawks
8 3MF Salifu Colley (2003-10-13)13 October 2003 (aged 19)   Real de Banjul
9 4FW Mansour Mbye (2003-01-01)1 January 2003 (aged 20)   Banjul United
10 4FW Kajally Drammeh (2003-10-10)10 October 2003 (aged 19)   Cape Town City
11 4FW Modou Lamin Marong (2005-11-27)27 November 2005 (aged 17)   Interclube
12 3MF Muhammed Jobe (2004-05-26)26 May 2004 (aged 18)   Real de Banjul
13 3MF Haruna Rasid Njie (2005-09-23)23 September 2005 (aged 17)   Gunjur United
14 3MF Muhammed Sawaneh (2003-12-30)30 December 2003 (aged 19)   Teungueth
15 2DF Moses Jarju (2003-10-05)5 October 2003 (aged 19)   Fortune
16 2DF Bakary Jawara (2003-04-02)2 April 2003 (aged 20)   Fortune
17 1GK Youkasseh Sanyang (2004-01-06)6 January 2004 (aged 19)   Steve Biko
18 1GK Ebrima Jaiteh (2004-12-19)19 December 2004 (aged 18)   TMT FA
19 4FW Ebrima Singhateh (2003-09-10)10 September 2003 (aged 19)   Slavia Prague
20 4FW Adama Bojang (2004-05-28)28 May 2004 (aged 18)   Steve Biko
21 4FW Mamin Sanyang (2003-02-06)6 February 2003 (aged 20)   Bayern Munich

Honduras edit

Honduras announced their final squad on 28 April 2023.[62][63]

Head coach: Luis Alvarado

No. Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Club
1 1GK Juergen García (2005-01-28)28 January 2005 (aged 18)   Lone
2 2DF Darlin Mencia (2003-04-09)9 April 2003 (aged 20)   Real España
3 2DF Geremy Rodas (2004-03-19)19 March 2004 (aged 19)   Minnesota United FC
4 2DF Anfronit Tatum (2005-06-02)2 June 2005 (aged 17)   Real España
5 2DF Aaron Zúñiga (2003-11-04)4 November 2003 (aged 19)   Real España
6 3MF David Ruiz (2004-02-08)8 February 2004 (aged 19)   Inter Miami CF
7 4FW Odin Ramos (2004-02-16)16 February 2004 (aged 19)   Marathón
8 3MF Tomás Sorto (2003-01-16)16 January 2003 (aged 20)   Honduras Progreso
9 4FW Exon Arzú (2004-05-19)19 May 2004 (aged 19)   Real España
10 3MF Isaac Castillo (2003-05-24)24 May 2003 (aged 19)   Marathón
11 4FW Marco Aceituno (2003-12-28)28 December 2003 (aged 19)   Real España
12 1GK José Valdez (2003-04-17)17 April 2003 (aged 20)   Vida
13 3MF Heber Núñez (2003-09-28)28 September 2003 (aged 19)   Olimpia
14 2DF Javier Arriaga (2004-08-01)1 August 2004 (aged 18)   Marathón
15 3MF Kolton Kelly (2004-02-12)12 February 2004 (aged 19)   Victoria
16 2DF Jose Martinez Crisanto (2003-12-01)1 December 2003 (aged 19)   Olimpia
17 4FW Maynor Arzu (2003-11-16)16 November 2003 (aged 19)   Real Sociedad
18 4FW Daniel Bodden (2003-09-12)12 September 2003 (aged 19)   Real España
19 4FW Jefryn Macías (2004-01-02)2 January 2004 (aged 19)   UPNFM
20 2DF Felix García (2004-02-02)2 February 2004 (aged 19)   Olimpia
21 1GK Medardo Laínez (2004-02-04)4 February 2004 (aged 19)   Real España


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