Argentina won the title six times, which is a record in the history of the tournament it had previously organized in 2001.
The draw for the U-20 World Cup, which was drawn in Buenos Aires, dropped the Arab representatives of Iraq and Tunisia into one group, along with Uruguay and England.
Argentina, the host country that replaced Malaysia, fell into a very easy group, because it will face relatively unknown teams, Uzbekistan, Guatemala and New Zealand, and the same applies to France, which will face South Korea, Gambia and Honduras.
Italy came with Brazil in one group that also included Nigeria and the Dominican Republic.
Argentina won the title six times, which is a record in the history of the tournament that it had previously organized in 2001.
Ironically, the Argentina under-20 national team, coached by former Albi Celeste star Javier Mascherano, failed to qualify for the finals, but will now participate as a host country after the International Federation agreed to organize the World Cup in Argentina instead of Malaysia.
The first and second of each group, in addition to the four best third-placed teams, qualify for the final price. The finals will be held from May 20 to June 11.
Here is the composition of the groups:
The first group:
Argentina, Uzbekistan, Guatemala and New Zealand
the second group:
United States, Ecuador, Fiji and Slovakia
The third group:
Senegal, Japan, Israel and Colombia
Italy, Brazil, Nigeria and the Dominican Republic
Uruguay, Iraq, England and Tunisia
France, South Korea, Gambia and Honduras