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ATLÉTICO DE MADRID
Courage and heart is Los Colchoneros’ motto and can be seen in the football that they play. Every Atletico player exudes a never-say-die attitude.
Once again, Dortmund are the German representatives at LaLiga Promises. They have a golden opportunity to show why their youth setup is so revered worldwide.
Island-hopping eastwards to face the best teams on the planet, Tenerife are known for their electric football, humility and willingness to learn from every game.
Gavi and Nico Gonzalez’s presence in Barcelona’s first team is tangible proof that dreams can come true. Los Blaugranes’ youth team will have these two firmly in mind as they set their sights on glory in Gran Canaria.
The Italian giants will be one of the most anticipated sides to watch at the tournament and are known both for their hunger and style when exhibiting their football. Juventus will be wanting to impress at the most important youth tournament in world club football.
Los Verdiblancos are all about playing with joy, self-confidence, and spontaneity. Betis will be seeking to turn these qualities into results as they take part in the 25th edition of the tournament.
Los Blancos are sure to be one of the leading lights of Spanish football at this tournament. Always considered to be among the favourites, Real Madrid are guaranteed to entertain and never be accused of lacking ambition in their gameplan.
One line from Sevilla’s anthem refers to ‘the red and white family of the Sanchez Pizjuan.’ This sense of unity transcends all age categories at the club, and the Andalusian’s youth team will be sure to be fighting for one another in their quest for glory.
One of Portugal’s finest clubs will be aiming to give a good account of Lusophonic football at LaLiga Promises and show why the state of football in the country is in such rude health.
UD LAS PALMAS
Playing with the fervent support of home fans, in your familiar island environment, and facing the best teams in youth football; what more could you ask for? The Canarians are the tournament’s hosts and are keen to test their mettle against the world’s finest.
What better inspirations to have than Carlos Soler or Jose Gaya, academy products who have been triumphing in Valencia’s first team for years? One thing is for sure – Los Che will be keen to make an impact at LaLiga Promises.
El Submarino Amarillo’s academy is renowned for its excellence. Villarreal are one of the biggest clubs out there and are sure to present quite the spectacle when they take to the field.
The English side face the challenge of putting their country's football on a pedestal. The Reds are the only British representatives in the tournament. High intensity and quick transitions are two of their calling cards.
Making their tournament debut, the Galicians will be keen to make their mark in Gran Canaria against some tough opponents.