The ‘2023 2nd Taebaek Sanbae National Youth Football Tournament,’ a grand festival for soccer dreamers across the country, will be held in Taebaek City, the center of the Baekdudaegan Mountain Range.

The tournament, which will be held at the 토토사이트 1-2-3-4 stadium in Gowon, Taebaek City, from March 27-29, will feature more than 50 excellent youth soccer clubs (grades 2-6) from all over the country, including Wonju, Suwon, Pohang, and Sejong. Hosted by the Gangwon Ilbo, organized by the Taebaek City Sports Association and Taebaek City Football Association, and sponsored by Taebaek City and Taebaek City Council, the tournament will be held as a Taebaek Division and Hambaek Division tournament after the group stage for each grade.

Teams that perform well in the two-day group stage on the 27th and 28th will play in the tournament in the higher division, Taebaek. At the end of the tournament, the winners, runners-up, and third-place teams of each league will be awarded. As the tournament aims to discover and nurture soccer dreamers, there will also be various individual awards. There are seven awards: Most Valuable Player, Most Valuable Player, Most Valuable Coach, Most Valuable Coach, Defense, Goalkeeper, and Referee.

The first and second halves will be 15 minutes each, while the third through sixth grades will be 20 minutes each. Starting with the opening game at 10 a.m. on the 27th without any opening ceremony, the teams will compete on all four pitches.

The opening game of the second grade division will be between Yi Ki Hoon Junior Football Club and Choi Sang FC. GS Gyeongsoo Club vs. Golden Junior FC, JJ FC vs. Icheon United in the third grade, BPJ FC vs. Soccer Story in the fifth grade, and Seosuwon FC vs. Golden Junior FC in the sixth grade will kick off the tournament. With the participation of leading clubs from across the country, it is expected that the matches will be of high quality.

“The tournament was also held last year, and it was an opportunity for youth players to learn more than just competition,” said Park Moo-kyung, head of the Taebaek City Football Association. “We will continue to organize the tournament in the hope that young players can learn more in the future.”

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