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Tournaments Apr 02, 2019

Generation adidas Cup announces international clubs, full schedule

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NEW YORK (Via MLS) – Major League Soccer (MLS) today announced the complete details for the 2019 Generation adidas Cup, including the participating international clubs and the full schedule of matches set to unfold throughout the tournament.

Clubs from 14 different countries will convene at the Toyota Soccer Center at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas from April 13-20 in a tournament featuring elite professional club academies from North America, Asia, Europe and South America.

The future stars of MLS will test their skills against some of the most renowned professional academies in the world in the expanded U-17 competition that includes 15 premier international clubs. Among the esteemed international academies set to play in the 2019 Generation adidas Cup include England’s West Ham United, France’s Olympique Lyonnais, Spain’s Valencia, Argentine power River Plate, Brazilian side Flamengo, and Croatian giant Dinamo Zagreb, among others.

MLS clubs will also see regional rivalries play out in the tournament with eight Liga MX clubs playing in the U-17 and U-15 divisions. Club América, Monterrey, Tijuana and Deportivo Toluca will face MLS teams in the U-17 portion of play.

Schedule by division

Standings by division

The newly formed U-15 tournament between MLS and Liga MX clubs is the latest competitive initiative in the collaboration between the two leagues, following in the footsteps of the Campeones Cup and the annual MLS Homegrown Game which pits the MLS squad against a Liga MX U-20 opponent. Chivas de Guadalajara, Club Leon, Cruz Azul and Monterrey will each face the four MLS sides once, setting up an exciting fifth and final matchup pitting the first-place Liga MX side against the top MLS club in a winner-take-all showdown.

The Generation adidas Cup has developed into the premier youth tournament in which elite MLS academy players test their talents against international competition. Previous MLS academy products to participate in the tournament in recent years include Efrain Álvarez (LA Galaxy / LA Galaxy Academy), Weston McKennie (Schalke 04 / FC Dallas Academy), Djordje Mihailović (Chicago Fire / Chicago Fire Academy), and Paxton Pomykal (FC Dallas / FC Dallas Academy), among others.

U-17 Champions Division
Club América CA Peñarol CA River Plate Flamengo
FC Dallas GNK Dinamo Zagreb New York City FC Montreal Impact
New York Red Bulls LA Galaxy Olympique Lyonnais Seattle Sounders FC
West Ham United FC Toronto FC Real Salt Lake Valencia CF
U-17 Premier Division
Atlanta United FC Midtylland C.F. Monterrey Colorado Rapids
Chicago Fire Houston Dynamo Columbus Crew SC Deportivo Toluca FC
Club Tijuana Orlando City SC Sporting Kansas City Mount Pleasant FA
D.C. United Portland Timbers UMF Fjölnir New England Revolution
San Jose Earthquakes Ulsan Hyundai FC Vancouver Whitecaps FC Philadelphia Union
U-15 Division
Los Angeles Football Club C.D. Guadalajara
New York Red Bulls C.F. Monterrey
Philadelphia Union Club León
Toronto FC Cruz Azul