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Tokyo International Youth Football (U-14) Tournament

Project overview

Tokyo invites junior players and trainers from overseas cities, and through matches and exchange among the trainers, aims to nurture the next generation of players and raise the competitive strength of each participating city.

Expected results

Enhance the competitive skills of players; nurturing of the next generation of athletes

Activities to date

FY Description (host city) Participating cities/states/teams/prefectures (number of participants)
2008 2008 Tokyo International Youth Football
(U-14) Tournament
Berlin, Jakarta, London, Moscow, New South Wales, Paris, São Paolo, Seoul, Tokyo
(FC Tokyo Musashi, Tokyo Training Center Selected team) (9)
2009 2009 Tokyo International Youth Football
(U-14) Tournament
Beijing, Berlin, Cairo, Jakarta, Moscow, New South Wales, Paris, São Paolo, Seoul, Tokyo
(FC Tokyo Musashi, Tokyo Training Center Selected team, Tokyo Verdy) (10)
2010 2010 Tokyo International Youth Football
(U-14) Tournament
Beijing, Cairo, Jakarta, Moscow, New South Wales, Paris, São Paolo, Seoul, Tokyo
(FC Tokyo Fukagawa, Tokyo Junior High School Physical Culture Association selected team,
Tokyo Training Center selected team, Tokyo Verdy) (9)
2011 2011 Tokyo International Youth Football
(U-14) Tournament
Canceled due to the Great East Japan Earthquake
2012 2012 Tokyo International Youth Football
(U-14) Tournament
Beijing, Cairo, Fukushima, Ibaraki, Iwate, Jakarta, London, Miyagi, Moscow,
New South Wales, São Paolo, Seoul, Tokyo (FC Tokyo Musashi,
Tokyo Junior High School Physical Culture Association selected team,
Tokyo Training Center selected team, Tokyo Verdy) (13)
2013 2013 Tokyo International Youth Football
(U-14) Tournament
Buenos Aires, Cairo, Fukushima, Ibaraki, Iwate, Jakarta, Miyagi, Moscow, New South Wales,
Paris, São Paolo, Seoul, Tokyo (FC Tokyo Fukagawa, Tokyo Junior High School
Physical Culture Association selected team, Tokyo Training Center selected team,
Tokyo Verdy) (13)
2014 2014 Tokyo International Youth Football
(U-14) Tournament
Beijing, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Cairo, Fukushijma, Ibaraki, Iwate, Jakarta, Miyagi, Moscow,
New South Wales, São Paolo, Seoul, Tokyo (FC Tokyo Fukugawa,
Tokyo Training Center selected team, Tokyo Verdy) (14)
2015 2015 Tokyo International Youth Football
(U-14) Tournament
Beijing, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Cairo, Fukushijma, Ibaraki, Iwate, Jakarta, Miyagi, Moscow,
New South Wales, São Paolo, Seoul, Tokyo (FC Tokyo Fukugawa,
Tokyo Training Center selected team, Tokyo Verdy) (14)
2016 2016 Tokyo International Youth Football
(U-14) Tournament
Beijing, Berlin, Cairo, Moscow, New South Wales, Paris, São Paolo, Seoul, Buenos Aires,
Iwate, Miyagi, Fukushima, Ibaraki, Tokyo
(Training Center selected team, FC Tokyo, Tokyo Verdy) (14)
2017 2017 Tokyo International Youth Football
(U-14) Tournament
Beijing, Berlin, Cairo, Jakarta, Moscow, New South Wales, Paris, São Paolo, Seoul,
Buenos Aires, Pretoria, Iwate, Miyagi, Fukushima, Ibaraki, J.League Selected Team, Tokyo
(Training Center selected team, Tokyo Junior High School Physical Culture Association Selected Team, FC Tokyo, Tokyo Verdy) (16)

For additional details

Tokyo International Youth Football (U-14) Tournament website

Contact

Management Section International Affairs Division Office of the Governor for Policy Planning
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