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Paraguay organiza la primera edición de un nuevo campeonato juvenil sudamericano


La CONMEBOL ha encargado a la Asociación Paraguaya de Fútbol la organización de la primera edición de lo que será el nuevo campeonato Sub-15 a disputarse cada dos años. A pedido de las federaciones sudamericanas, por razones prácticas de cara al próximo Sub-17, esta primera edición de la nueva competencia continental será de hecho un Sub-16 y llevará el nombre de Campeonato Sudamericano de Fútbol Sub-16.
Participarán selecciones nacionales de los diez países sudamericanos, más las de México y Estados Unidos como invitados especiales que ya han confirmado su participación.

Este nuevo campeonato juvenil tendrá especial importancia porque representa la competencia oficial sudamericana masculina con menor edad de los participantes y se espera podrá convertirse en la vidriera internacional más temprana para que las asociaciones nacionales y los clubes puedan descubrir a las futuras estrellas del fútbol sudamericano. Reconociendo esta importancia, CONMEBOL ha adoptado para este torneo el lema: "Formando los Cracks del Futuro".

El campeonato se disputará del 12 al 26 de septiembre del presente año en las ciudades paraguayas de Encarnación, Pedro Juan Caballero, Ciudad del Este, Itauguá y Luque.

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First time for this competition to take place in a month in Paraguay.

All 10 Conmebol Nations will take part plus invitees Mexico and USA....


GRUPO A (Estadio Teniente Coronel Antonio Oddone Sarubbi - Ciudad del Este)

Paraguay
Bolivia
Chile
Perú

GRUPO B (Estadio Villa Alegre - ciudad de Encarnación)

Argentina
Uruguay
Ecuador
Estados Unidos

GRUPO C (Estadio Río Parapití)

Brasil
Colombia
Venezuela
México


 

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Its amazing how Nicolas Leoz pushes Paraguay to the forefront for all kinds of tournaments ... I wonder if he even gets questioned by all the other Federations ???? :mad:
 

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I think colombia will finish first place in there group

is mexico now considered part of conmebol?
 

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You know where USA and Mex belong . I said they were INVITEES !!! Didnt I ???? :mad::confused::mad:
 

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the only reason colombia didnt win the last of this cup was because they lost to urugauy early on we even beat brazil last time around
 

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the only reason colombia didnt win the last of this cup was because they lost to urugauy early on we even beat brazil last time around
What is wrong with you ?????? This is the FIRST time this U-16 Cup is played .... And you beat Brasil ??????

Go get a life dude !!!! :dazed: :thmbdown:
 

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Huh, I thought I distinctively read that it's the first time this U-16 competition is taking place. You need to open you eyes wider ilovecolombia and perhaps learn to keep your "patriotic" comments to yourself, thank you.
 

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hahaha your my bitch im going to ride you


this is the first time it is held in this aspect before it was the Qaulification CUP MY FRIEND !!!
 

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Huh, I thought I distinctively read that it's the first time this U-16 competition is taking place. You need to open you eyes wider ilovecolombia and perhaps learn to keep your "patriotic" comments to yourself, thank you.
mMMMMmm Im gonna Cry ... ilc called me an :ass: hole !!!!! :sob:
 

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http://www.futbolred.com/default.asp?link=noticia&idn=41694



a contundencia fue la mejor aliada de los dirigidos por Eduardo Lara, que aplastaron a Perú cinco a cero en el último partido del cuadrangular internacional realizado en territorio inca. Colombia sumó nueve puntos de nueve posibles y se llevó el título del torneo.

El equipo nacional marcó a través de Jairo Palomino –dos ocasiones-, Gustavo Rojas, Fernando Uribe y John Jairo Mosquera. El juvenil que milita en River Plate sumó tres tantos en igual número de partidos.

Colombia ganó sus tres partidos, anotó 10 goles y tuvo su arco invicto durante el torneo. Lo que sigue para los hombres de Eduardo Lara es la participación en el suramericano de la categoría que se disputará en Paraguay el próximo mes.
 

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Im stil trying to find out if there will be any TV Covrg .... ;)
 

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This one is right around the corner...as soon as I get further news, here they'll go ;)
 

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Mexico & USA to compete at Under-16 Tournament in Paraguay next week.


2.9.04 - Mexico and USA will compete at the first-ever CONMEBOL Under-16 Tournament called “Campeonato Sudamericano de Fútbol Sub-16” in Paraguay from 11-26 September 2004.
The tricolor and stars & stripes are the CONCACAF invitees to 12-team bi-annual tournament, which has CONMEBOL calling it “Formando los Cracks del Futuro” (Formation of Future Stars).

The USA will compete in Group B at Estadio Villa Alegre in Encarnación, Paraguay, alongside Argentina, Ecuador and Uruguay, while Mexico is in Group C at the Estadio Río Parapití in Pedro Juan Caballero, with Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela. Group A at the Estadio Antonio Oddone Sarubbi in Ciudad del Este, Paraguay has Bolivia, Chile, Peru and the host.

At the conclusion of the first round on 19 September, the top two from each group along side the two best third-place finishers will progress into the quarterfinals from 21-22 September.

The semifinals will take place in Luque, Paraguay on 24 September, with the championship match set for the two days later in Asunción.

Mexico and USA will use this tournament in preparations for the CONCACAF Under-17 Qualifiers next year.

2004 CAMPEONATO SUDAMERICANO DE FÚTBOL SUB-16
Group B
12.09.2004: Encarnación, PARAGUAY; Estadio Villa Alegre (20:15)
ARGENTINA – USA

15.09.2004: Encarnación, PARAGUAY; Estadio Villa Alegre (18:15)
USA – URUGUAY

18.09.2004: Encarnación, PARAGUAY; Estadio Villa Alegre (18:15)
USA – ECUADOR

Group C
13.09.2004: Pedro Juan Caballero, PARAGUAY; Estadio Río Parapití (18:15)
COLOMBIA – MEXICO

16.09.2004: Pedro Juan Caballero, PARAGUAY; Estadio Río Parapití (20:15)
BRAZIL – MEXICO

19.09.2004: Pedro Juan Caballero, PARAGUAY; Estadio Río Parapití (18:15)
MEXICO – VENEZUELA

ROSTERS
MEXICO
Patricio Araujo (CD Guadalajara), Heriberto Beltrán (CF Pachuca), Raúl Estrada (CF Pachuca), Cesar Flores (CF Pachuca), Christian Flores (Atlas CF) Giovanni Gómez (CF Pachuca), Ever Guzmán (CA Monarcas Morelia), José Silverio Guzmán (Puebla FC), Javier Hernández (CD Guadalajara), Víctor Manuel Hernández (CD Guadalajara), Cesar Oswaldo Martínez (CDSC Cruz Azul), Salvador Medina (Pumas UNAM), Edgar Eduardo Mejia (CD Guadalajara), Omar Esparza Morales (CD Guadalajara), Michael Oviedo (Club América), Edgar Andrade Rentería (CDSC Cruz Azul), Cristian Sánchez (Atlas CF), Hugo Sánchez Gutiérrez (Atlas CF), Jesús Bogar Sierra (Club Santos Laguna), Efraín Juárez Valdez (Pumas UNAM), Jorge Torres (Atlas CF), Carlos Alberto Vela (CD Guadalajara).
TD: Humberto GRONDONA

USA
GK: Brian Perk (Pateadores), Bryan Rueckner (PSG);
DF: Carlos Borja (ISC Strikers), Richard Edgar (Potomac Cougars), Jeremy Hall (HC United), Eric Lichaj (Chicago Magic), Patrick Rickards (San Juan SC), Ofori Sarkodie (Chicago Magic), Joel Smith (ISC Strikers);
MD: Matt Armstrong (Sereno Golden Eagles), Nikolas Besagno (FC United), Michael Dal Para (New Rochelle Raiders), Amaechi Igwe (Santa Clara Sporting), Ryan Soroka (FC Delco), Blake Wagner (Blackwatch Saints), Drew Yates (Casa Mia Bays);
AT: Eddie Ababio (HC United), Quavas Kirk (Chicago Magic), Michael Stephens (Sockers), Preston Zimmerman (Cross Premier).
TD: John ELLINGER

 

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11 / 09 / 2004
Paraguay
Perú

11 / 09 / 2004
Bolivia
Chile

 

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South American U-16 Championship

A new challenge for South America's stars of the future

(FIFA.com) 10 Sep 2004

The Midas touch they have shown over recent years means that South American teams start as favourites at next year's FIFA tournaments. The continent takes its first step towards further glory with the start of the inaugural South American U-16 Championship this weekend. The 12-team tournament, which will take place between 11 and 26 September, will determine the teams to enter the qualifiers for the FIFA U-17 World Championship Peru 2005.
With the continent providing three of the four semi-finalists at FIFA's U-17 and World Youth Championships last year, as well as both finalists at last month's Men's Olympic Football Tournament in Athens, there can be few questions about the region's pre-eminence in youth football. However, the past is the past, and former glories will be forgotten when the long road to Peru 2005 begins this week in Paraguay, where, as the official tournament slogan says, they will be "making the stars of the future".

The tournament, which is set to generate significant interest throughout the continent, is something of an experiment as it was originally meant to be the bi-annual U-15 Championship. However, the imminence of next year's FIFA U-17 World Championship in Peru, convinced the President of CONMEBOL Nicolás Leoz to raise the age limit on this occasion.

The President of the Paraguayan Football Association (APF) Oscar Harrison told FIFA.com, "South American youth football has come on in leaps and bounds in recent years and has even outpaced other continents. Here, football is our passion, and we make it our business to pass that on to our children from an early age. Organizing this tournament was exactly what was called for."

In total, 12 teams will be taking part: The usual ten teams from South America as well as guests from Mexico and the USA.
Bringing football to the people
Just as happened at previous competitions in South America, the Paraguayan organizers have decided to share the job of hosting the games with cities in the country's hinterland. With only the grand final being played in Asuncion's Defensores del Chaco Stadium, the cities of Ciudad del Este, Encarnación, Pedro Juan Caballero, Itauguá and Luque will be swaying to the rhythm of teenage football in the coming weeks.

"A footballing feast like this is appreciated far more in the regions than in the capital. We want the people to show a level of enthusiasm and passion that is fitting for a South American tournament of this stature," Harrison added.

As is normally the case at tournaments of this type, the coverage will bring with it the usual consequences. "The Paraguayan media will be covering the entire tournament, and in addition to them there will be various accredited journalists present, especially from Brazil," said José María Troche, the press director. Troche also went on to say, "you can expect numerous scouts, footballer's agents and advertising people, who will all be trying to discover the next Ronaldo, Zidane, Gamarra or Batistuta.

The first match, scheduled for 11 September, sees Chile and Bolivia go head to head in Ciudad del Este. The final, fifteen days later, will be held in Asuncion's famous stadium where the national squad have been successfully playing their FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

The Groups:

Group A
Paraguay
Bolivia
Chile
Peru
Group B
Argentina
Ecuador
USA
Uruguay

Group C
Brazil
Colombia
Mexico
Venezuela
 

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Saturday (1st Day) Results

11 / 09 / 2004
4 Paraguay
0 Perú

11 / 09 / 2004
3 Bolivia
1 Chile :eek:
 

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Sunday's Match-Ups

12 / 09 / 2004
Argentina
Estados Unidos
A Barn Burner !!!!!!

12 / 09 / 2004
Uruguay
Ecuador
 

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12 / 09 / 2004
2 Argentina
1 Estados Unidos

12 / 09 / 2004
2 Uruguay
1 Ecuador
 
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