Shelton Young’unz representing Argentina win 2014 Kicks World Cup

Big congratulations to Shelton Young’unz representing Argentina for winning the 2014 Kicks World Cup at Northwood Stadium on Saturday 28th June.  The team from Shelton hit peak form when it mattered the most.  Shelton Young’unz are deserving winners of the World Cup as they’ve won most of our previous 5-a-side tournaments.  Here is a breakdown of who won what at the Kicks World Cup:

World Cup Winners Argentina (Shelton Young’unz)
Runners up Iran (Learn4Work)
Third Place England (Stoke-on-Trent College)
Fair Play Award Ecuador (AEK Abbey)
Golden Boot Liam Tomlin, Korea (Inter me Van)
Golden Glove Paul Wintall, USA (KMF Apprentices)
Golden Ball Ryan Lewis, Iran (Learn4Work)

Best 8 to represent Stoke City’s Kicks Project at St Georges Park (details below)
Paul Wintall – USA
Mitchell Mason – Ivory Coast
Liam Robinson – Chile
Musti – Holland
Serkari – England
Liam Tomlin – Korea
Luqman Muqeem – Argentina

Tournament Details
Venue: St Georges Park, Newborough Road, Needwood, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, DE13 9PD
Date: Monday 4th August 2014
Choices Workshop: 4.00-5.30pm
Tournament Time: 5.30-8.30pm

It was great working with local partners on the 2014 Kicks World Cup, particularly Stoke City, Port Vale, The Princes Charities & Fair Trade in Football.  Well done to Stoke City’s Kicks Project for leading on & delivering a fantastic Kicks World Cup with all local partners.

The photos were taken, edited and uploaded by our young volunteer, Ayman Matloob, age 14 in our gallery section here

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