23/03/2015 - 27/03/2015

Standings

FINAL STANDINGS

1st Clube Atletico Mineiro(BRA)
2nd Club Tijuana (MEX)
3rd CESD La Djiri (CGO)
4th Mamelodi Sundowns (RSA)
5th Toronto FC (CAN)
6th K-Stars (ZAM)
7th Sunderland AFC (ENG)
8th Aspire Academy (QAT)
9th ADO Den Haag (NED)
10th Jomo Cosmos (RSA)
11th Sunward Park (RSA)
12th USYSA Select (USA)
13th Royal Wahingdoh FC (IND)
14th Shandong Luneng (CHN)
15th SuperSport TH Academy (RSA)
16th Saki West (NGA)

FINAL GROUP TABLES

GROUP A P W D L GF GA PTS
CESD La Djiri(Congo) 3 2 0 1 4 3 6 (Q)
Toronto FC (Canada) 3 1 2 0 4 3 5
Shandong Luneng (China) 3 1 1 1 3 3 4
Jomo Cosmos (SA) 3 0 1 2 3 5 1
GROUP B P W D L GF GA PTS
Atletico Mineiro (Brazil) 3 3 0 0 7 2 9
K-Stars (Zambia) 3 1 1 1 3 2 4
ADO Den Haag (Holland) 3 1 1 1 4 4 4
Supersport TH Academy (SA) 3 0 0 3 4 10 0
GROUP C P W D L GF GA PTS
Club Tijuana (Mexico) 3 2 1 0 6 2 7
Aspire Academy (Qatar) 3 1 2 0 4 1 5
Sunward Park (SA) 3 1 1 1 4 2 4
Saki West (Nigeria) 3 0 0 3 0 9 0
GROUP D P W D L GF GA PTS
Mamelodi Sundowns (SA) 3 3 0 0 8 1 9 (Q)
Sunderland (England) 3 0 2 1 3 3 2
USYSA (USA) 3 0 2 1 2 5 2
Royal Wahingdoh (India) 3 0 2 1 1 4 2

TOURNAMENT STATS
Matches played:21
Goals scored:50
Biggest victory:Atletico Mineiro 5 SuperSport TH Academy 2
Most goals in a game:7 – Atletico Mineiro 5 SuperSport TH Academy 2

GOALSCORERS

4 – Jan Verduijn (ADO Den Haag)

3 – Patson Daka (K-Stars), Lovers Malatsi (Mamelodi Sundowns), Luca Uccello (Toronto FC)

2 – Sushil Ahongshangbam (Royal Wahingdoh), Connor DeFilippis (USYSA), Michel Gafiny (CESD La Djiri), Mpumelelo Hlatshwayo (Mamelodi Sundowns), Keven (Atletico Mineiro), Thabelo Mulaudzi (SuperSport TH Academy), Khomotso Marebane (Jomo Cosmos), Dennis van der Heijden (ADO Den Haag), Own Goals
1 – Adson (Clube Atletico Mineiro), Bel Durel Avouno (CESD La Djiri), Tianci Bai (Shandong Luneng), Tomasz Balicki (Toronto FC), Ghassen Ben Gharbia (Aspire Academy), Levy Berry (Sunward Park), Bruno (Atletico Mineiro), Cesar (Atletico Mineiro), Pu Chen (Shandong Luneng), Thabang Chuene (Mamelodi Sundowns), Trevor David (ADO Den Haag), Athenkosi Dladla (SuperSport TH Academy), Said El Sayed (Aspire Academy), Flavino (Atletico Mineiro), Daniel Gonzalez (Club Tijuana), Joao Victor (Atletico Mineiro), Li Liu (Shandong Luneng), Tshepiso Mbongwa (Mamelodi Sundowns), Mthokozisi Mngadi (SuperSport United), Kagiso Moshtetsi (Jomo Cosmos), Enock Mwepu (K-Stars), Andrew Nelson (Sunderland), Notha Ngcobo (Mamelodi Sundowns), Karabo Nkoana (SuperSport United), Lionel Ondongo Opera (CESD La Djiri), Alexander Pena (Toronto FC), Daniel Pybus (Sunderland), Joshua Robson (Sunderland), Juan Rodriguez (Club Tijuana), Yves Tchicaya (CESD La Djiri), Kevin Timachy (Toronto FC), Marco Tulio (Atletico Mineiro), Daude van der Kust (ADO Den Haag), Marco Vargas (Club Tijuana), Brandon Vazquez (Club Tijuana), Alexis Villalpando (Club Tijuana), Charles Yande (K-Stars)

  • We had a wonderful football and cultural experience in Gauteng. The tournament and activities were very well organized and we found everyone involved extremely helpful and accommodating. We have all returned home with fantastic memories of our time in South Africa, both on and off the pitch, and have made many new friends as a result of the trip. I hope that we are invited to participate in future tournaments.

    Everton Academy Head Coach
  • The experience both on and off the field for our players during the Future Champions tournament in Gauteng was life-enriching for all those who participated. We were privileged enough to win this edition but what will be bringing us back in future is the cross-cultural education our players receive from spending time with athletes from all over the world. They are human beings before they are football players and enriching them with other cultures is as rewarding as the experience they receive on the field.

    Club Tijuana Director of Football
  • After twenty years of experiencing tournaments around the globe, Future Champions is hands down the best organized, well run International Tournament we have ever participated in. Bringing teams from dozens of different countries provided our boys exposure to cultural diversity they only read about in textbooks. It’s amazing how sport can be the cultural link that provides the opportunity to interact with each other and discover that our global community is a bit smaller than they realized. We had a football and cultural experience that will be cherished for the rest of our lives.

    Director of USYSA Select
  • For us to compete in Future Champions is much more than playing a series of matches. It is an opportunity to compete and contrast our level against the best teams from around the world and the possibility of living in another culture and environment for an unforgettable week, learning about the history of the fight for human rights.

    Director of Aspire Academy