Xiamen No. 2 High School is renowned for its long history that dates back a century and is also known as one of the cradles of modern Chinese football. The school has received honorable titles as a national, provincial and city-level “School of Football Tradition”. The school is committed to developing and training high-quality athletes with teamwork spirit and a broad vision. The school’s football team has won remarkable results in various national football competitions and those organized by Fujian Province and Xiamen City.
Waasland-Beveren is a Belgian association football club and located in the municipality of Beveren, East Flanders. Its youth team successfully advanced to Belgium’s series A of national youth teams. The team focuses on a holistic approach to academic learning and football training, with the aim of developing young football talents into world class athletes.
Pachuca is a youth football team from the University of Football in Mexico. A number of its players joined the Mexico national U-17 football team that competed in the 2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup games held in India and the Mexico U-15 team that competed and won the 2017 CONCACAF Boys' Under-15 Championship supported by the Mexican Football Association. Players from the Pachuca program also joined the Mexican team that competed and won a second place in the 2018 CONCACAF Women's U-17 Championship in June 2018.
Cuiyuan Middle School is known for its football program, an assuring four-level league mechanism and the priority it places on academic education for the players while training highly-skilled, high-quality and highly competent young football players. Established in 1991, the football team of Cuiyuan Middle School has participated in many youth football competitions at national and provincial levels and in the city of Shenzhen with remarkable results. The team, participating for the first time in 2017, won the fourth place in the China (Shanghai) International Youth Football Invitational 2017.