FIFA U-17 Football World Cup
Initially, FIFA U-17 Football World Cup was founded as FIFA U-16 World Cup Championship, later it was change to its current name in 2007. It was organized by the Federation International de Football Association (FIFA) for the male players under the age of 17 as the world championship of association football. In 1977, the Football Association of Singapore created Lion City Cup which inspired FIFA U-17 World Cup as a competition. The Lion City Cup was world’s first under 16 football tournament. The FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup began in 2008 as a corresponding tournament for female players with North Korea winning inaugural tournament.