U-20 Women's World Cup
The Women's U-20 World Cup is an international women's football between national teams composed of players under 20 years of age. The tournament is organized every two years by FIFA and emerged in 2002 as a derivative of the Women's World Cup.
Originally the tournament had a limit of 19 years of age, being increased in 2006 to the current twenty. To date, six tournaments have been held with Germany, North Korea and the United States (2 times) being the champions. In 2010 the Women's U-20 World Cup was held in Germany, where for the first time the host nation won the tournament.