They were split into four teams, representing Brazil, England, Argentina and Germany, and played unofficial matches so they could meet all their teammates.
“It was the first of seven football weekends of a lot of fun and competitive games. The next match day is this Saturday (May 12), when the players will receive their new national team kits and play their first games,” explained Jonathas ndido, BISP Cruzeiro Football Academy Head Coach.
“The World Cup league it is a fantastic opportunity for our young football players in Phuket play in a friendly and competitive environment in a great BISP facilities. Come along to support the kids,” he added.