After several years in the wilderness CYP is pleased to see the return of the Boys 4 Nations Football Competition, which will take place in June. See below for information on the trials taking place shortly and details about the competition. Venues for future trials will be confirmed shortly, but may depend on where players are from that are interested in attending.
Boys 4 Nations Soccer Trials will be taking place:
All trials are on Sundays
at Boucher Road Playing Fields, Belfast (10am – 12pm)
Players must be born on or after 1/1/1997 and be available for the tournament:
Friday 27th June – Monday 30th June 2014
Due to little interest being registered from teams outside of the Greater Belfast area we’ve decided to keep the same central venue for all the trials. This can be changed if there is sufficient interest from Clubs outside of Belfast – so please get in touch if your Club is interested in nominating players.
Information regarding the 4 Nations Tournament:
This years 4 Nations Tournament will be held 27th-30th June 2014.
Trials will take place to select a representative squad who will compete against England, Scotland and Wales for the title of 4 Nations Champions 2014.
In preparation for the tournament players will be asked to attend training sessions, team building activities and pre friendly matches to prepare them for this challenging competition.
If selected, all players will be asked to make a small contribution to the tournament which will cover things such as tracksuits, accommodation and food.
The players will be staying in the Marine Court Hotel for the duration of the tournament with our experienced Management Team.
So who can be nominated?
- Boys should be born on or before the 01/01/1997.
- Clubs must be affiliated to CYP.
- Players should be passionate about football, dedicated and committed.
What will this mean for you!
This competition will provide these young players with:
- Additional coaching and support.
- Representative CYP Honour Caps.
- CYP NI training kit.
- Football at an extremely high standard.
- Experience of a representative competition.