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Uruguay Jr. Youth (ウルグアイJr.ユース) is an under-16 national football team that appeared in the Captain Tsubasa manga series.

Description[]

Uruguay Jr. Youth is the U-16 national team that represents Uruguay in international football competitions.

History[]

J Boys' Challenge[]

Uruguay Jr. Youth participated in the 1st International Jr. Youth Tournament in France.

Uniforms[]

Home Away Keeper
Uruguay Jr Youth Home (DT)
Uruguay Jr Youth Away (DT)
Uruguay Jr Youth GK(DT)
  • Home: Light blue shirt with white V-neck collar and AUF logo, black shorts and black socks with light blue on the top section. This uniform is based on the uniform worn by Uruguay in the 1986 FIFA World Cup.
  • Away: White shirt with light blue V-neck collar and AUF logo, white shorts and white socks with light blue on the top section. This uniform can be seen on the players' portraits in the Weekly Shonen Jump #52/1986 supplement, as well during the match against Spain Jr. Youth.
  • Keeper: Grey shirt with black sleeves, shoulders and collar, AUF logo, black shorts and white socks.

Results[]

J Boys' Challenge[]

1st International Jr. Youth Tournament in France[]

Group stage Uruguay Jr. Youth Uruguay 3-1 Belgium Belgium Jr. Youth
Group stage Uruguay Jr. Youth Uruguay 1-0 Spain Spain Jr. Youth
Semi-finals Uruguay Jr. Youth Uruguay 1-6[1] Germany West Germany Jr. Youth

Squad[]

J Boys' Challenge[]

No. Pos. Player Club
1 GK unknown name[2]

2 DF Daniel[3]
4[4] DF unknown name[5]
6[6] DF unknown name[7]
8 DF[8] Cain[9]

3[10] MF[11] unknown name[12]
5 MF unknown name[13]
7 MF unknown name[14]
11 MF unknown name[15]

9 FW Ramon Victorino
10 FW[16] unknown name[17]

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External links[]

Notes[]

  1. 2-6 in season 2 of the 2018 TV series.
  2. Named Ricardo Paz in Weekly Shonen Jump #52/1986 supplement and Osvaldo in the 2018 TV series.
  3. Named Daniel Bueno in Weekly Shonen Jump #52/1986 supplement.
  4. #3 in the 2018 TV series.
  5. Named Domingo Viera in Weekly Shonen Jump #52/1986 supplement and Guillermo in the 2018 TV series.
  6. #4 in the 2018 TV series.
  7. Named Hugo Seria in Weekly Shonen Jump #52/1986 supplement and Breogan in the 2018 TV series.
  8. MF in 3109 Nichi Zenkiroku and the 2018 TV series.
  9. Named Raul Revelez in Weekly Shonen Jump #52/1986 supplement.
  10. #5 in the 2018 TV series.
  11. DF in the 2018 TV series.
  12. Named Carlos Morino in Weekly Shonen Jump #52/1986 supplement and Gaston in the 2018 TV series.
  13. Named Mario Gonzales in Weekly Shonen Jump #52/1986 supplement.
  14. Named Pablo Martinez in Weekly Shonen Jump #52/1986 supplement and Alberto in the 2018 TV series.
  15. Named Samu Caceres in Weekly Shonen Jump #52/1986 supplement.
  16. MF in the 2018 TV series.
  17. Named Jorge Lara in Weekly Shonen Jump #52/1986 supplement and Jose in the 2018 TV series.
  18. Named Ricardo Sanchez in Weekly Shonen Jump #52/1986 supplement.
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