Women Tournament

Group A


Arsenal Women FC Academy aims at supporting talented female footballers within an elite player pathway to make the step from U16s/U21’s PGA Academy football into our Arsenal Women’s First team.

The PGA Academy ensures that all players are able to develop their football as well as continuing with their education to ensure that players have a dual career pathway. The programme prepares female players for the next step in their football journey, providing them with the opportunity to fulfil their football potential while ensuring they also commit to an education or work-related training programme.

Players within the PGA Academy programme are current holders of the national league championship which includes all licenced clubs in the country, as well as current FA Youth cup holders. This season the Arsenal WFC also won the southern division title and look forward to another national play-off final to defend their title for consecutive seasons.

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Founded in 2004, L’OL Féminin is the most successful club in the history of the French women’s championship: the Lyonnais have won sixteen French championship titles, ten French cups, and eight European championship titles (the most successful women’s team in the competition). Since 2016, the club has innovated the first mixed gender academy in France, with full sharing of training center resources. Located in Meyzieu, the men’s and women’s staffs collaborate on a daily basis to offer the best training to young players.

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The FCB Women’s U19 team began the 2023/2024 season with a talented squad in the U19 championship organized nationally by the SFV.

The season started extremely positively, with the team coached by Sabrina Zingg earning 16 points from 6 games and finding themselves at the top of the table. Throughout the remainder of the autumn season, performances became more volatile due to injuries and national team commitments of some talents. However, the overall development of the players in the tactical focus area was successfully progressed despite all adversities. This ensured that the highest priority of youth development at FC Basel 1893 at the U19 level was met: the individual development and maturation of the many young perspective players in the squad. Currently, the team is placed third in the table, putting them in a very good position for the upcoming playoffs.

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In the penultimate edition of the tournament, the very young team managed to win the championship. Last year, the FCZ Frauen finished the tournament in fourth place. This year, the team aims to prove themselves against the other teams with a mix of U17-U21 players. The U21 team became the NLB champions last season and are currently in the playoffs. The U17 and U19 teams are also still active in the championship.

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Group B


The U19 team of the YB Women is the reigning Swiss champion and the most successful U19 team in Switzerland in recent years. Last season, the women from Bern brought the title back to the capital with a clear victory against FC St. Gallen in the playoff final, winning five of the last six championships held. In the current season, the Yellow and Blacks are leading the table, but the top five teams are closely grouped together, setting the stage for an exciting race for the four playoff spots.

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This team is composed by players between 16 and 19 years old, all of them developed by Valencia CF training methodology and philosophy. Their players are the youngest in the League. Some of them live the amazing experience of compete in BLUE STARS FIFA two years ago. Most of them, compete in “2aReal Federación Española de Fútbol G2”. That Is the previous step to the professional Women football in Spain. For them, this team is the previous step to the professionalism, so to have the opportunity to give them this kind of experiences as this FIFA international youth tournament, is awesome. Their main point is to develop the player and to help them to be professional player in their first team.

The team is based in Valencia CF facilities sharing the same resources and departments (video analysis, nutritionist, medical services, performance department, methodology, player development) with men football, being an example about equality and integration in football.

In reference to their players, they have youth internationals U-17 in the squad as Daniela Hellin and Laia Alepuz. From other side Raquel Gil played 4 official games with their first team. Noa Marchena and Gemma pastor has experienced what is to be training with first team. Also, they have a world champion, but, In roller Hockey, Blanca Lopez.

All the players in the squad have experienced what is to compete in an international level in national and international tournaments, during their time in their academy.

Regarding their staff, they are amazing professionals with a huge career in Valencia CF and in football as Naser Kayani their head coach. Naser former football player, has 10 years’ experience in academy in men and women football.

Valencia hopes that you can enjoy during the tournament their team as they do, they play football with spirit, passion and enthusiasm being an example for the rest of the academy players in their different teams from U-11 to U-21.

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With a very young team, we are looking forward to the Youth Cup 2024.

The vision of GC Women’s Football is to train Swiss talents at the highest possible level. Therefore, the promotion of youth and AWSL teams goes hand in hand, and the most talented players are already given playing time in the AXA Women’s Super League.

With a very young, talented, and hungry team, we compete for Blue-White to win – on the field and in the minds.

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The U20 women’s team of RB Leipzig is primarily composed of players born between 2003 and 2006 and competes in the Northeast Regional League. The club places great emphasis on promoting young talent and focuses on the continuous development of its players. The women’s and youth division was established in 2016 and has already achieved successes such as promotion to the Regional League in 2020. The team continues to strive for development and success in the Northeast Regional League.

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