Atlético Paranaense (Brazil): The defending champions from Cheap Fifa Coins World Cup venue Curitiba are responsible for their second Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup appearance, having defeated Benfica 1-0 from the 2014 final.
Werder Bremen (Germany): Werder Bremen’s youth team is probably the most successful in Germany, along with the club’s youth development programme has contributed for the North Germans transforming into a firm fixture inside the Bundesliga, with four championships to their name. The coach with the U-19s is former German international Mirko Votava, who won the Blue Stars tournament in 1973 with Borussia Dortmund.
Feyenoord (Netherlands): Dutch youth teams are renowned for their tactical and technical nous and this also product of the Feyenoord academy isn’t any exception, building in club football around the achievements in the three-time World Cup finalists.
Benfica (Portugal): Winners from the Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup in 1996 and beaten finalists not too long ago, Benfica bring an abundance of technical class and creativity for the tournament – and their fans are certain to give you a lively atmosphere.
IFK Göteborg (Sweden): Ugly these Swedish giants sees the return of your old friend, Mats Gren, the former Grasshoppers favourite and current head of sport at IFK Göteborg, who now wants his youth team to copy the success he had as being a player.
Bursaspor (Turkey): Bursaspor boast most
significant fan bases in Turkey – and their players certainly complete a noise about the pitch, too. Based in the Anatolian capital of scotland- Bursa, the club’s biggest success currently was becoming Turkish champions within the 2009-2010 season.
FC Lucerne (Switzerland): After having a lengthy break Fifa 15 Coins , they from central Switzerland get back to nowhere Stars/FIFA Youth Cup – for their 18th appearance. Coached by former Swiss Super League players Gerardo Seoane and Selver Hodžić, this Lucerne outfit has become the top teams in the fourth tier with the Swiss football league.
Grasshoppers Zurich (Switzerland): Former Swiss international Boris Smiljianić is bringing an ambitious team towards Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup, with expectations growing following recent brings about your fourth tier from the Swiss football league.
FC Zurich (Switzerland): One of the most successful Swiss team to get acquainted with the tournament in recent years, FC Zurich were winners in 2012 and 2013 and as well lost inside final on penalties from the two previous years. Artur Petrosyan’s side is again on the list of favourites because of this year’s edition.
FC Blue Stars Zurich (Switzerland/hosts): As ever, the hosts are going to be battling to achieve an excellent finish and so are always able to producing an upset.