Uruguay Youth (ウルグアイユース, uruguai yūsu) is the team which participated in the World Youth tournament held in Japan.


World Youth Tournament
They faced Japan Youth in the qualifer rounds of said tournament. The team was organized by Japanese coach Jinnosuke Matilda, who trained new and younger players for the team, including the "Black Panther" Ramon Victorino[1] and the "Japanese Bomber" Ryoma Hino, both of whom created the Uruguay Combi.


Friendly Match
Opponent Outcome Result Notes
Brazil Youth LOSS 0 - 10 Friendly Match
Mexico Youth WIN 5 - 1 Friendly Match
World Youth Tournament
Italy Youth WIN 3 - 2 Group Stage Round 1
Mexico Youth WIN 2 - 0 Group Stage Round 2
All Japan Youth LOSS 6 - 5 Group Stage Round 3
World Youth Tournament (Final Tournament)
Brazil Youth LOSS 0 - 6 Quarter-Final


Colors Edit

Manga Edit

World Youth Tournament:

Home: Light blue shirt with white V-neck collar and AUF logo, black shorts with white sides and three black stripes and black socks with light blue on the top section.

Keeper: Dark blue shirt with polo collar and AUF logo, dark blue shorts and white socks.

Videogames Edit

Tatakae Dream Team Edit

Home: Similar to Manga Home, but without the AUF logo and the stripes on the shorts being two rather than three.

Keeper: Purple collared shirt with two black stripes on the sleeves, black shorts and white socks.

Squad Edit

Prior to World Youth TournamentEdit

No. Pos. Player Nat.
11 FW Ramon Victorino Captain Uruguay
GK Rodriguez Uruguay


World Youth TournamentEdit

Coach Jinnosuke Matilda selected a brand new team from scratch, which was based around the captain Ramon Victorino and a new acquisition, the Uruguayan nikkei, Ryoma Hino (who was rejected by the previous coach Rubens).

No. Pos. Player Nat.
1 GK Conzales Uruguay
2 DF Pazu Uruguay
3 DF Olivares Uruguay
4 DF Amerigo Uruguay
5 FW Pedro (Uruguay) Uruguay
6 MF Filippo (Uruguay) Uruguay
7 MF Dionigi Uruguay
8 MF Fengas Uruguay
9 FW Ryoma Hino Uruguay
10 MF Enrico Uruguay
11 FW Ramon Victorino Captain Uruguay



  1. Who was a former member of the Uruguay Jr. Youth team