Goa Super Cup Season 5 comes to a triumphant conclusion!

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The International youth football tournament has come to a successful culmination with winners across different categories...

The fifth season of the Goa Super Cup came to an end with teams emerging victors across the various age groups. 

The tournament, organised by Football Schools India (FSI) in Salcete, saw Indian youth between the age of 10 years to 17 years representing their academies and schools for the coveted trophy across six categories.

Around 50 teams participated in boys' U-11, U-13, U-15, U-17 age-groups and girls' U-13 and U-15 age-group. The tournament was played in a group plus knockout format and was held across eight venues, some of which were used as practice venues for the U17 World Cup held last year in India. 

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The tournament also saw representation from the Middle East, with teams from UAE taking part.

Youth Soccer Academy from Mumbai won the U17 Boys category after trumping Mumbai's FSI Advance. Come and Play from Goa won the U15 Girls event by defeating FSI Goa in the final. 

Here is a full list of winners and runners-up: 

U-11 Boys
Winner: Indian High School, Dubai
Runner Up : Scottish Strikers, Mumbai

U-13 Boys
Winner: Scottish Strikers, Mumbai
Runner Up : Fountainhead School (A), Gujarat
Second Runner Up : United Studs Football Club, Hyderabad

U-15 Boys
Winner: The International School, Banglore
Runner Up : Scottish Strikers, Mumbai

U-17 Boys
Winner: Youth Soccer Academy, Mumbai
Runner Up : FSI Advance, Mumbai

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U-13 Girls
Winner: The Heritage School, Delhi 
Runner Up : JBCN International School Parel, Mumbai

U-15 Girls
Winner: Come And Play, Goa
Runner Up : FSI, Goa

 

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