The “Dubai Open Football Academies Championship”, organized by the Dubai Sports Council, continued in cooperation with the Football Association, Delta Sports Events, the operating partner of the event, and Inspratos, the host of the tournament matches, which will last until March 30 at the Dubai Sports City stadiums.
The matches of the ninth week of the tournament, which are held in eight age groups, have started: 7-8-9-10-12-14-16-18 for boys and girls. More than 3,000 male and female players from 150 teams representing 42 government and private academies will participate in the tournament. They compete in 1,200 matches, and among the most prominent teams participating in the tournament are Shabab Al-Ahly, Al-Wasl, Al-Nasr, Barcelona, Ajax, and Juventus.
The results of the eighth week’s matches resulted in Ajax topping the first group standings in the under-eight category with 10 points, and the Foxes team leading the second group with 15 points, and in the under-nine-year category, Zamalek team led the first group with 11 points, and the ISM team topped Group B with 13 points, and in the under-10 category, Arabian Strikers (A) led Group A with 10 points, Arabian Strikers (B) led Group B with 15 points, and in Group C, Golden Star led with 18 points.
In the U-12 category, the Empire team topped the first group with 13 points, the TFA team topped the second group with 13 points, the Talent team topped the third group with 19 points, and in the U-14 category the Spanish Knights team topped the first group with nine points, followed by Shabab Al-Ahly with nine Points, and in the second group, the Arabian Strikers team topped with 12 points, and in the third group, Juventus Pogba led with 15 points.
In the under-16 category, the Spanish Knights team topped the first group with 18 points, and in the second group the La Liga team topped the white team with 10 points, and in the third group the Icons team led with 15 points, and in the under-18 category the Spanish Knights team topped the list of teams participating in the first group, The Future Youth Team topped the second group standings.
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