Future Stars Cup 2018 OR

Future Stars Cup 2018 OR

Future Stars Cup 2018

The Future Stars Cup is a British football competition founded in 2001 and exclusively open to football clubs with a population of less than 100,000.


The Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup hosted its first-ever women’s tournament to celebrate its 80th anniversary. Dinamo Zagreb emerged victorious in the men’s tournament. Croatia’s most famous club were in impressive form in all of their group matches as well as their final against Young Boys, with Josip Sutalo and Tomislav Knezevic scoring the goals in a 2-0 win. Young Boys were the first-ever winners of the women’s tournament, triumphing 1-0 over Valencia in the decider. The Bern side’s striker Ilona Guede Redondo was the standout performer in a close-fought final, scoring the decisive goal before being chosen as player of the tournament.

Regional Combines are the first large step toward a selection to a FSS Signature event, and the direct path to the National or Underclass Combines. An invitation only event, players attending will receive a shirt, hat, full MLB level scouting report, video, data analysis, and on site player development by the Future Stars Series National staff which includes Major League All Stars and World Series Winners. This level is a must attend to advance to Citi field, Fenway Park, Underclass Elite, or the Fresh 50. (Source: futurestarsseries.com)


Number 1 on the list may seem like an obvious choice but if you are looking for someone who could dominate the 2018 season, then no look no further than Sung Hyun Park. She marked her first year on the LPGA by becoming the first player since 1978 to win rookie of the year and player of the year in the same season. If that was not enough she also won her first major by winning the US open. Having dominated the Korean LPGA for the previous 3 years she now looks set to be the one to beat this season and add to her 1 major win. Sung Hyun Park is currently ranked number 2 in the world but we can see her returning to 1st place and staying there for a long time to come.

2017 has been a fantastic year for Georgia to say the least. As well as winning the Order of Merit she was also a vital part of the European Solheim Cup, being the only player to play all 5 matches. “I proved that I can play against the best players in the world,” said Hall. This experience obviously helped as she decided to play in the LPGA qualifying school for the first time. After an opening 77 “That was the worst round I played all year,” admitted Hall which put her 133rd place she fought back with gritted determination to earn her card for next season. Georgia also had a T3rd place at the British Open this year. (Source: www.golfista.club)



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