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43dDebayan Sen and Jonathan Selvaraj

To grow football, play more football

India needs more leagues, more games, more coaches too for the sport to improve, say experts.

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Can England's senior team benefit from youth success? (3:27)
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48dESPN staff

Conte: England team has very bright future

England U17s were crowned world champions after coming back from 2-0 down to beat Spain 5-2 in Kolkata on Saturday.

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49dNick Ames

England's incredible year at youth level

England's youth teams have won trophies galore this year. Nick Ames looks back across an astonishing spell for the Young Lions.

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Gupta: By far the best World Cup final I've ever seen (2:55)
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50dArjun Namboothiri in Kolkata

'Not just Foden, all the boys have got a medal'

Though Phil Foden was the undoubted star, England coach Steve Cooper also gave credit to the work done at the youth level for the World Cup success.

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50dJayaditya Gupta in Kolkata

When the football took over

Sights and sounds from a surreal, stunning evening of football in Kolkata.

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WATCH: England U17's storm Foden's interview (0:52)
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50dDan Kilpatrick

Meet England's U17 World Cup winners

Who are England's newest heroes, who defeated Spain 5-2 in the final of the Under-17 World Cup on Saturday? ESPN FC profiles the Young Lions.

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50dPA Sport

England beat Spain to win U17 World Cup

A Phil Foden winner in the second half helped complete a spectacular comeback as England beat Spain 4-2 in the Under-17 World Cup final.