Monday, August 11, 2008

The 2009 Tournament

2008 saw a large number of Football League Academy, Centre of Excellence and Development Centre squads participate in what was probably the highest standard youth Football Tournament of the year.
Dont let your club miss out on the opportunity to play alongside and even against such quality opposition in 2009. Register your Interest NOW via the website.

Festivals Review

The Shrewsbury International Tournament Included Three One Day Development Festivals for Ages 8, 9 and 10. These Festivals provided 5 hours of Football for those taking part with regular short games all started and finished by the deafening sound of our air-horn.
No Results were recorded and every particpant received a Medal and a Copy of Total Youth Footie as a reward for their efforts. Over 35 Teams took part with Academy Sides from Swansea City, Bangor FC and Tranmere Rovers joined by Development Centre Squads from Stoke City, Shropshire Villa, Wrexham and West Bromwich Albion as well as local Club sides such as Willenhall, Montgomery, Waterloo and hosts Bishops Castle.
These ever popular Festivals will be run at the same ages in 2009 with the addition of a NEW age 6/7 event.
Register your interest now via the website.

Final Placings


Winners: Ellesmere Rangers
2nd: Hereford
3rd: Short Football
4th: Discoveries


Cup Winners: Port Vale
2nd: Sutton Coldfield
3rd: Ulster Schools
4th: SC Real Tallinn

Trophy Winners: Cruz Azul
2nd: Swansea City
3rd: Newtown FC
4th: Bangor City

Top Goal Scorer: Bangor City – D Smith
Player of Age Group: Port Vale – James Beeston


Cup Winners: Swansea City
2nd: Wolverhampton
3rd: Bristol Rovers
4th: Ludlow Town

Trophy Winners: Oldham Athletic
2nd: Club Necaxa
3rd: Waterloo Rovers
4th: Bangor City

Bowl Winners: Sandown Lake
2nd: Ulster Schools
3rd: Levadia
4th: FC New York Select

Player of Age Group: Club Jorge Griffa – Dalla Costa
Fair Play: Cardiff City


Cup Winners: Blackpool FC
2nd: Swansea City
3rd: SC Real Tallinn
4th: Plymouth Elite

TrophyWinners: Barnsley FC
2nd: Wolverhampton

Top Goal Scorer: Willenhall Juniors – L Boucher
Player of Age: SC Real Tallinn – K Kauber
Fair Play: Tobermore


Cup Winners: Bangor City
2nd: Wolverhampton Schools FA
3rd: Cardiff City
4th: FC New York


Cup Winners: Barnsley FC
2nd: Blackpool
3rd: Shropshire Villa
4th: Maiden City

TrophyWinners: Bishops Castle
2nd: Wolverhampton

Top Goal Scorer: Barnsley FC – M Holgate
Player of Age: Cemaes Bay – T Roberts
Fair Play: Bangor City

1994/95 Girls

Cup Winners: Clubs for Young People
2nd: Mardy Tigers
3rd: Aberystwyth
4th: FC New York

Fair Play: Aberystwyth

1996/97 Girls

Cup Winners: Clubs For Young People
2nd: Aberystwyth
3rd: FC New York
4th: Madeley Sports

Fair Play: Madeley Sports