On Wednesday, the group stages of the 2021 Under-21 European Championship will get under way, with a number of the world's top young footballers set to feature.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the competition has been split, with the group games being played in March before the knockout rounds take place at the end of the European season, ahead of the the delayed Euro 2020 finals.
Hungary and Slovenia are sharing hosting duties, with 16 teams set to do battle over the next week in a bid to earn a place in the quarter-finals.
But who are the youngest players in the competition, and why could they provide the most excitement?
Goal takes a look at the NXGN-eligible players who will be on show during the tournament...