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U11s In Premier League National Tournament Action

U11s In Premier League National Tournament Action

Hull City Under-11s are participating in a Premier League National tournament at Loughborough University Stadium on Sunday.

The Tigers are one of seven clubs involved - along with Arsenal, Cardiff City, Chelsea, Newcastle United, Leeds United and West Bromwich Albion - after winning their regional series group last month.

Each club will enter two teams with fixtures as follows: 

11:30am

Group A
Cardiff City vs West Bromwich Albion
Leeds United vs Newcastle United
Chelsea vs Hull City

Group B
The Bluebirds vs The Baggies
The Whites vs The Magpies
The Blues vs The Tigers

12pm

Group A
Leeds United vs West Bromwich Albion
Chelsea vs Newcastle United
Hull City vs Arsenal

Group B
The Whites vs The Baggies
The Blues vs The Magpies
The Tigers vs The Gunners

12.30pm

Group A
Cardiff City vs Newcastle United
Chelsea vs Arsenal
West Bromwich Albion vs Hull City

Group B
The Bluebirds vs The Magpies
The Blues vs The Gunners
The Baggies vs The Tigers

1pm

Group A
Arsenal vs Cardiff City
Leeds United vs Hull City
West Bromwich Albion vs Newcastle United

Group B
The Gunners vs The Bluebirds
The Whites vs The Tigers
The Baggies vs The Magpies

1.30pm

Group A
Cardiff City vs Chelsea
Arsenal vs Leeds United
Newcastle United vs Hull City

Group B
The Bluebirds vs The Blues
The Gunners vs The Whites
The Magpies vs The Tigers

2pm

Group A
Hull City vs Cardiff City
Leeds United vs Chelsea
West Bromwich Albion vs Arsenal

Group B
The Tigers vs The Bluebirds
The Whites vs The Blues
The Baggies vs The Gunners

2.30pm

Group A
Cardiff City vs Leeds United
Chelsea vs West Bromwich Albion
Newcastle United vs Arsenal

Group B
The Bluebirds vs The Whites
The Blues vs The Baggies
The Magpies vs The Gunners

All matches will comprise of 1 x 17 minutes in duration with both teams consisting of seven players.

The winner of each group will be determined by the club finishing with the highest number of points upon completion of all matches.

Teams will be awarded three points for a win and one point for a draw. If a game finishes in a draw, sudden death penalties will take place with the winning team gaining an additional point.

The overall winner of the tournament to the club with the best accumulative points across their two teams.

Everyone at the Academy would like to wish our Under-11s the very best of luck in the tournament!