Fifa has announced kick-off times for the 2015 World U-20 World Cup to be staged in New Zealand on Wednesday.
The tournament which will officially kick off on 30 May, 2015 is expected to be played from 30 May – 20 June in Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin, Hamilton, New Plymouth, Wellington and Whangarei.
The competition’s last two matches will be played at the North Harbour Stadium of Auckland on 20 June, with the match for the third place at 13.30 local time followed by the final at 17.00 local time.
The tournament features 24 nations from across the world and will last 22 days. France was the winner of the last edition held in Turkey in 2013 while Nigeria lost out in the round of 16 after bowing 2-1 to Uruguay courtesy of Nicolaz Lopez second half brace.