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Table of positions, South American Sub 20 Colombia 2023 live: how is Group A and B going?

The South American Sub 20 It begins this Thursday, January 19, and the Peruvian team will have Brazil as its first rival. Those led by Jaime Serna will seek the dream of qualifying for the 2023 World Cup in Indonesia.

Also, here we present the table of positions of Group A and B respectively. It should be noted that the preliminary phase of the South American Sub-20 It is disputed by 10 teams, divided into 2 groups of 5 teams each. The teams that occupy the first three positions in each group will qualify for the final phase.

Table of positions – Group A

Find out how Group B of the South American Sub 20 is going.


Table of positions – Group B

Find out how Group B of the South American Sub 20 is going.



Since December 2022, Conmebol already has the official fixture of the South American Sub-20 after a draw that took place at the headquarters of the soccer governing body.

The South American Sub-20 It will be played in 2 phases: Preliminary Phase (Group Phase) and Final Phase (the 6 teams classified from the preliminary phase will participate in this phase, with the same game system, all against all). All phases will be played in a single round of matches.


On the Conmebol page it is indicated that In the South American U-20 there are 10 countries that participate during various sports dates where Colombia will host.

The tournament is divided into two groups: Group A and Group B.

In group A are Colombia, Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Peru.

In group B are Ecuador, Uruguay, Venezuela, Chile and Bolivia.

Teams that will participate in the South American Sub-20.  (Capture)


In the group stage of the South American Sub-20, the matches will take place in Cali, Colombia; in the following stadiums:

  • Pascual Guerrero Olympic Stadium: Also known as Estadio Olímpico de San Fernando, this is a soccer stadium located in Cali, Colombia. It is provided for the soccer clubs América de Cali of the First Category A, América de Cali Femenino of the Women’s League, Atlético Fútbol Club and Boca Juniors de Cali of the First Category B to play. Both this complex and the other sports venues that Surrounding it are considered one of the most complete and modern sports spaces in Latin America, which is why the term “Sports Capital of America” ​​was coined for the city.
  • Cali Sports Stadium: This, which was the sports arena with the largest capacity in Colombia, is now the second after the Roberto Meléndez Metropolitan Stadium, it is located in the metropolitan area of ​​Cali, in the rural area of ​​Palmira, at km 8 of the interdepartmental highway between both municipalities. The complex has a capacity of 44,000 spectators divided into grandstands and suites

In the final phase the matches of the South American Sub-20 will take place in Bogotá, Colombia; in the following stadiums:

  • El Campin Stadium: This is the largest soccer stadium in Bogotá, located in the town of Teusaquillo, center-west of the capital of Colombia. It was inaugurated on August 10, 1938 with an initial capacity of 10,000 spectators, on the occasion of the Bolivarian Games that were held in the city, after obtaining the venue for this first version at the International Olympic Committee session held in Berlin in 1936. disputed with Caracas.
  • Metropolitan Stadium Roof: This is a soccer stadium located in Bogotá at 2,557 meters above sea level, where La Equidad, a team from the First Division of Colombian soccer that has played since the Finalization Tournament 2007, plays as locals, as well as the teams Tigres Fútbol Club, Bogotá FC, and Fortaleza CEIF. , of the Second Division of Colombian soccer. It has a capacity of 8,000 spectators.


All the meetings of the South American Sub-20 they are played in the host nation, and Conmebol’s ten Under-20 national teams participate in each edition (unless an association withdraws). The teams are separated into two groups of five where they play all against all, once, that is, each team plays four games.

The first three of South American Sub-20 from each group they qualify for a final round of six, where they also play all against all, only once, that is, each team plays five games. The results of this final round determine the champion and the South American classification to the next U-20 Soccer World Cup, and in some editions, to the Olympic Soccer Tournament, or to the Pan American Soccer Tournament.

Contrary to most international competitions, in the South American Sub-20 there is no final match, no match for third place, and no instances of direct elimination between teams. In the event of a tie in the number of points obtained by the teams in any of the two rounds, the classification is determined using the following system:

  • Goal difference.
  • Number of goals scored.
  • The result of the match or matches played between the tied teams.
  • By draw.

Source: Elcomercio

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