The U.S. Under-17 women’s national team will play Group B runner-up Nigeria on Friday at DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai (7 a.m. ET; FS2, Universo).

The Americans’ 13 goals in Group A were the most scored by any team in the tournament during group play and the USA’s run marked the first time in five trips to the U-17 Women’s World Cup that the team has won the group. It was also the first time the U.S. has advanced out of the group in this tournament since 2008, when it made it all the way to the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup Final before losing to Korea DPR, 2-1, in overtime.

The USA will travel to its third, and by far largest, city in India for the quarterfinal match, Navi Mumbai. The stadium seats 37,700 for this tournament.

Germany finished first in Group B after rolling past New Zealand, 3-1, while resting several starters and will play Group A runner-up Brazil in its quarterfinal contest. After some dramatic finishes in Groups C and D on the last matchdays of those groups, all four quarterfinals are set. Every quarterfinal match will be broadcast on FS2.

Quarterfinal atmches

Friday, Oct. 21

USA vs. Nigeria (7 a.m. ET)

Germany vs. Brazil (10:30 a.m. ET)

Saturday, Oct. 22

Colombia vs. Tanzania (7 a.m. ET)

Japan vs. Spain (10:30 a.m. ET)

 

U.S. roster

GOALKEEPERS (3): Abigail Gundry (NC Courage; Wake Forest, N.C.; 5), Victoria Safradin (Internationals SC; Eastlake, Ohio; 9), Valentina Amaral (Florida Kraze Crush; Oviedo, Fla.; 3)                     

DEFENDERS (6): Ella Emri (San Diego Surf; San Diego, Calif.; 6/1), Nicola Fraser (Real Colorado National; Highlands Ranch, Colo.; 11/1), Jorydn Bugg (San Diego Surf; El Cajon, Calif.; 3/0), Savannah King (Slammers FC HB Koge; West Hills, Calif.; 11/0), Cameron Roller (Solar SC; Sherman, Texas; 11/1), Gisele Thompson (Total Futbol Academy; Studio City, Calif.; 12/1)

MIDFIELDERS (5): Mia Bhuta (Internationals SC; Pittsburgh, Pa.; 13/3), Riley Jackson (Concorde Fire; Roswell, Ga.; 11/2), Charlotte Kohler (MVLA; Woodside, Calif.; 11/9), Lauren Martinho (NC Courage; Cary, N.C.; 13/5), Ella Sanchez (Racing Louisville; Louisville, Ky.; 5/0)                                           

FORWARDS (7): Emeri Adames (Solar SC; Red Oak, Texas; 6/2), Onyeka Gamero (Beach FC; Cerritos, Calif.; 11/6), Nicollette Kiorpes (NEFC; Worcester, Mass.; 9/6), Melina Rebimbas (PDA; Warren, N.J.; 13/10), Samantha Smith (Boise Thorns FC; Boise, Idaho; 1/2), Taylor Suarez (Charlotte SA; Charlotte, N.C.; 11/3), Amalia Villarreal (Michigan Jaguars FC; Lansing, Mich.; 12/8)

Nigeria

GOALKEEPERS (3): 1-Faith Omilana (Naija Ratels FC), 16-Chikamso Jiwuaku (Confluence Queens FC), 21-Jessica Inyiama (Rivers Angels FC)

DEFENDERS (7): 2-Omanuzo Edafe (Rivers Angels FC), 3-Miracle Usani (Bayelsa Queens FC), 5-Tumininu Adeshina (Naija Ratels FC), 6-Shakirat Oyinlola (Naija Ratels FC), 13-Comfort Folorunsho (Delta Queens FC), 15-Edet Offiong (Abia Angels FC), 19-Blessing Sunday (Edo Queens FC)

MIDFIELDERS (6): 4-Mary Aderemi (Bayelsa Queens FC), 8-Blessing Emmanuel (Naija Ratels FC), 10-Taiwo Afolabi (Delta Queens), 11-Chidera Okenwa (Abia Angels), 12-Alima Attervall Alase (IFK Göteborg, SWE), 18-Bisola Mosaku (Prince Kazeem Football Academy)

FORWARDS (5): 7-Amina Bello (Naija Ratels FC), 9-Alvine Dah-Zossy (Osun Babes FC), 14-Yetunde Ayantosho (Osun Babes FC), 17-Opeyemi Ajakaye (FC Robo Queens), 20-Edidong Etim (Bayelsa Queens FC)