Cornwall Played a Starring Role at the SW & Midlands Regional Finals of Pokémon Futsal Youth Cup.

The regional finals are the penultimate stage of this hugely successful national youth futsal tournament organised by Pokémon and England Football. Taking place between the 27th May and the 18th June 2023, the four regional finals offer teams a chance to represent their county and compete with the very best futsal teams from their region, with the winners of the competition earning a coveted place at the national finals of the Pokémon Futsal Youth Cup on the 8th & 9th July.  

In total Cornwall saw eight teams participate in this year’s regional finals. For further information please do get in touch:

·       Newquay Mini Mints U10 Boys – 5th place

·       Argyle Community Trust U10 Girls – 3rd place

·       St Agnes Whites U12 Girls – 2nd place

·       St Agnes U14 Boys – 5th place

·       Pool JFC – U14 Girls – 2nd place

·       Charlestown U16 Girls – 4th place

The Pokémon Futsal Youth Cup, in partnership with England Football gives young players across the country the chance to get involved in this energy-packed game, compete against other teams and go all the way to the national finals. 

Louise Gear, Head of Development at The FA added: “We’re delighted with what we have seen at regional finals of the Pokémon Futsal Youth Cup, in what continues to be a brilliant competition. It has been fantastic to see just how much involvement in this competition means to these players, we look forward to seeing who will be crowned winners come the finals.” 

Pokémon is the title partner of the England Football’s Youth Futsal Programme which aims to work with boys and girls aged eight–sixteen. Alongside the Pokémon Futsal initiative in schools, youth football clubs across the country will take part in this season’s Pokémon Futsal Youth Cup by England Football, with competition kicking off in November and culminating at the national finals in July 2023.  

To find out more about this season’s Pokémon Futsal Youth Cup head to mastertheball.com 

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