FIFA Unveils 2024 U-17 Women’s World Cup Mascot ‘Tani’

Written by Oluwaseun Oyediji

With 100 days before the 2024 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in the Dominican Republic, the mascot of the tournament has been unveiled.

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TANÍ™️ inspired by the Bayahibe rose, the national flower of hosts the Dominican Republic.

The unique character’s name the mascot has indigenous Caribbean origins.

The use of flowers also signifies the blossoming natural talents and spirits of the players that will participate in the tournament as 16-team format.

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After this year's edition, the competition will be expanded to 24 teams on an annual basis against the previous biennial format.

The mascot was unveiled on Monday, July 8, 2024, 100 days until the Caribbean island hosts the first FIFA tournament from 16 October to 3 November.


The mascot will be seen at each match centre of Felix Sanchez Stadium, Santo Domingo, and CFC Stadium, Santiago de Los Caballeros.

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16 teams from every continent will jostle for the title when the competition gets underway.

They are Brazil, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, England, Japan, Kenya, DPR Korea, Korea Republic, Mexico, New Zealand, Nigeria, Poland, Spain, United States of America (USA), and Zambia.

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