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2017–18 Youth League U15

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Youth League U15
Season 2017–18
Champions Minerva Punjab F.C.
Matches played 310
Goals scored 1,359 (4.38 per match)
Top goalscorer Thoi Singh
(26 goals)
Biggest home win Ozone F.C. 18–0 Bangalore Youth Football League
Biggest away win Bangalore Youth Football League 1–26 Bengaluru
Highest scoring Bangalore Youth Football League 1–26 Bengaluru

The 2017–18 Youth League U15 (formerly known as Youth League U16) was the third season of the Indian Youth League U15. AIFF announced that the zonal rounds for the league that started from October 2017 in Chennai, Maharashtra, Kolkata and Delhi, Bengaluru, Goa & Gujarat.[1] Minerva Punjab F.C. were two-time defending champions, in this tournament. Minerva Punjab F.C. won their third title by defeating DSK Shivajians F.C. 4–0 in the final on 8 February 2018.[2]

Participating Teams[edit | edit source]

Zone Teams
Maharashtra Zone Football club of Mumbaikars Kenkre Football School of India Steadfast – Mumbai Rush PIFA Reliance Foundation Youth Sports Mumbai Warriors Sports Club Indian Football Academy Mumbai School Sports Association
Kolkata Zone East Bengal ATK SAI Kolkata United Mohun Bagan Mohammedan The hooghly district sports association New Barrackpore Rainbow AC
Shillong–Guwahati NorthEast United Rangdajied United Shillong Lajong SAI Guwahati Gauhati Town Club
Goa Zone Salgaocar Dempo Sporting Goa Goa SESA Churchill Brothers
Chennai Zone Chennaiyin Raman Vijayan Soccer School Football Plus Professional Soccer Academy Chennai City Mahogany FC Oyyabo Sports
Delhi Zone Bhaichung Bhutia FS Sudeva Indian Youth SA Delhi United Delhi Dynamos Hindustan Delhi Development Authority Conscient Football Real Sports Academy
Bengaluru Zone Bangaluru FC Roots Football School Boca Juniors Football School Stadium Sports Foundation Bangalore Youth Football League Ozone F.C.
Gujarat Zone SAG Fotball Academy Baroda Football Academy Kahaani Football Club Ara Football Club
Rest of India Zone Group A Aizawl NEROCA FC Imphal City Numaligarh Refined Ltd. Football Association
Group B Minerva Punjab Youngsters Club Shivanand FC Youth FC United Punjab Football Academy
Group C Sports Hostel Odisha DSK Dhivajians F.C. Tata Football Academy Ananthapur Sports Academy Fateh Hyderabad F.C.
Group D Real Kashmir F.C. J&K Football Academy Jammu United FC & Academy
Group E MSP Football Academy Kerala Blasters Don Bosco Football Academy Prodigy Sportz Kocalam FC
Group F Gokulam Kerala FC Wayanad FC FC Kerala SAI Trivendrum

Qualifiers[edit | edit source]

Kolkata zone[edit | edit source]

Delhi zone[edit | edit source]

Maharashtra A zone[edit | edit source]

Maharashtra B zone[edit | edit source]

Zonal round[edit | edit source]

Bengaluru zone[edit | edit source]

Chennai zone[edit | edit source]

Delhi zone[edit | edit source]

Goa zone[edit | edit source]

Kolkata zone[edit | edit source]

Maharashtra zone[edit | edit source]

Gujarat zone[edit | edit source]

Shillong–Guwahati zone[edit | edit source]

Rest of India zone[edit | edit source]

Group A[edit | edit source]

Group B[edit | edit source]

Group C[edit | edit source]

Group D[edit | edit source]

Group E[edit | edit source]

Group F[edit | edit source]

Playoffs[edit | edit source]

Group A[edit | edit source]

Group B[edit | edit source]

Final Round[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

External Links[edit | edit source]


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