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2015 J.League International Youth Cup opens on December 15

2015 J.League International Youth Cup opens on December 15

Urawa Reds, Nagoya Grampus, AZ Alkmaar and Jeonnam Dragons will contest the 2015 J.League International Youth Cup which kick off on December 15 in Nagano.

The aim of the tournament is to contribute to football development by giving youth players a chance to test themselves in a competitive setting against international competition.

Urawa Reds and Nagoya Grampus - J.Youth Cup winners and runners’ up respectively - will test themselves against the 2015 Rinus Michels Award Winners from AZ Alkmaar.

The tournament will stretch until December 19, with the four teams participating in single round-robin play of two 45-minute halves with no extra time or penalty shootouts.

Final standings to determine a winner will be decided via a traditional points system.

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