Not only are the Spurs one of the top clubs in London but also one of the best addresses in English youth football. Meanwhile the Spurs attend their third tournament in Stemwede and viewers can be curious which upcoming British talents they will bring to Stemwede this time. In 2012 at the tournament premiere, for example, Nabil Bentaleb played a fantastic tournament and was awarded the player of the tournament trophy. Afterwards, he made it into the premiere league team of the Spurs and was nominated for the Algerian national team. Currently, he is under contract at Schalke 04 and plays an important role in their Bundesliga team. In their own academy the Spurs educate and train over 150 players between 8 and 18 years, preparing them to become part of their Premiere League team one day. The training center is meant to be one of the most modern and sophisticated centers worldwide.
Tournament Participations: 2012 (2nd), 2015 (4th)
Top Players: Nabil Bentaleb (Best Player 2012), Alex Pritchard (2012), Kevin Stewart (2012)
Current National Players: Jon De Bie (U17 Belgium), Alfie Whiteman, Jon Dinzey, Jaden Brown, Japhet Tanganga, Sam Shashoua, Kazaiha Sterling (all U18 England), Tashan Oakley-Boothe, TJ Eyoma, Keanan Bennets, Reo Griffths (all U17 England)