WILDCARD | Solomon Islands🇸🇧national U-17 is set to play against Belarus🇧🇾, Kazakhstan🇰🇿and Moldova🇦🇩 at the UEFA International development tournament to be held from 30 April – 04 May 2019 in Minsk, Belarus.
The development tournament is supported by UEFA to cater for youth players. By providing international matches in a tournament environment, this development tournament aims to complement the elite youth player pathway within the national associations and this year UEFA has invited the Solomon Islands to be part of the excitement.
It is made possible through a new partnership between UEFA, OFC and SIFF where all cost related to the event is fully funded by UEFA.
The tournament will also help our national U-17 coach to learn from professionals as UEFA has appointed a technical observer for the tournament in order to share knowledge with the coaching teams.
The overall winner of the tournament will be determined based on the league format after the completion of all-round robin matches.
Meanwhile, the national U-17 side will fly out of the country on Tuesday 23 April with 20 players and five officials.
Wellington Phoenix duo, Raphael Lea'i and Leon Kofana are both confirmed by Scots College to make the trip. #SOLU17 #UEFA #BEL
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OFC Champions League 2018. Group B. Solomon Warriors vs AS Lossi.
OFC Champions League 2018. Group B. Solomon Warriors vs AS Lossi. Pater Stadium, Papeete, Tahiti. Photo by Massimo Colombini - OFC
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Solomon Warriors take to the field.
OFC Champions League 2018. Groupe B. Erakor Golden Star vs Solomon Warriors.
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The Solomon Islands during the national anthem. 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ Qualifiers – OFC Stage 3 Finals, New Zealand v Solomon Islands, QBE Stadium Auckland, Friday 1st September 2017. Photo: Shane Wenzlick / www.phototek.nz