Tottenham Hotspur and Cavalier Soccer Club will face each other on Saturday to determine the champion of the Cayman Airways U-14 Invitational Youth Cup. Each advanced from the semi-finals after thrilling matches at the Ed Bush Stadium in West Bay against rivals from their home countries.
Tottenham Hotspur and Cavalier Soccer Club both recorded their third consecutive victories in the Cayman Airways U-14 Invitational Youth Cup on Thursday. In doing so, both teams finished atop their respective groups and advanced to the semi-finals to be played on Friday at the Ed Bush Stadium in West Bay. Also making it through to the semis are Harbour View FC and Gillingham FC.
Local sides Academy Sports Club and Sunset FC were unbeaten on the opening day of the Cayman Airways U-14 Invitational Youth Cup at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex, while Cavalier Soccer Club from Jamaica also enjoyed an impressive start to the competition.
Grand Cayman can look forward to welcoming six top-tier international teams that will be arriving on island to participate in the Cayman Airways U14 Invitational Youth Cup held June 20-25 at Truman Bodden Sports Complex and Ed Bush Stadium.
Academy Sports Club is ready for June football fever at the upcoming 3rd Annual Cayman Airways U14 Invitational Youth Cup. Coming straight from a successful football season with the U15 team winning the league and placing second in the FA Cup, the U14 team is now getting ready to rumble with teams from Jamaica, the USA, and the UK.
As part of the Cayman Airways U14 Invitational Youth Cup, Academy Sports Club are delighted to host an “International Youth Football Camp”.
With the third annual Cayman Invitational U14 Youth Cup fast approaching, Sunset FC Coach Paul Macey says that his team is eagerly anticipating the challenge of battling with international teams and improving their own abilities as they do so.