71 Brazilian Football Academy (BFA) Under-8, Under-10, Under-12 and Under 14 players are selected to participate in RSC Dato Chu Ah Nge International Junior Soccer Tournament held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei – 24th November 2023
The Brazilian Football Academy (BFA) proudly announces that 71 of its exceptional young
players, ranging from the Under-8 to Under-14 categories, have been selected to represent the
academy in the prestigious RSC Dato Chu Ah Nge International Junior Soccer Tournament. The
tournament is set to take place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from December 2nd to December 3rd
This remarkable achievement highlights the exceptional skill, dedication, and commitment
exhibited by the young athletes within the BFA ranks. The selection of such a significant number
of players for an international tournament underscores the academy’s commitment to nurturing
and developing the next generation of football stars.
The RSC Dato Chu Ah Nge International Junior Soccer Tournament is renowned for providing a
platform for young talents from around the world to showcase their skills, learn from each
other, and foster a spirit of sportsmanship. BFA’s participation not only emphasizes the global
reach of Brazilian football but also marks a significant milestone for the individual growth of
these budding footballers.
The selected players have undergone rigorous training sessions, emphasizing both technical
proficiency and strategic acumen under the guidance of BFA’s esteemed coaching staff. Their
journey to the international stage reflects not only their individual prowess but also the
collective strength of the BFA as a football development institution.
BFA expresses gratitude to the organizers of the RSC Dato Chu Ah Nge International Junior
Soccer Tournament for extending this opportunity to our young talents. The academy is
confident that this experience will not only contribute to the players’ growth but will also
enhance the reputation of Brazilian football on the global stage.
The entire BFA community, including players, coaches, staff, and supporters, wishes our young
talents the best of luck in the upcoming tournament.