The Toulon Tournament is an annual youth football competition for national U21 teams. The tournament is also known as Tournoi Espoirs de Toulon in French. The finals of the Toulon Tournament always take place in Toulon, France. France as the hosting nations is the most victorious nation in this competition having won it 11 times, followed by Brazil with 6, England with 4 and Portugal with 3.
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Concacaf Olympic qualifying moved to October
... the U.S. U-23s will compete in the annual Toulon Tournament, which this year has been designated as an U-22 competition to accommodate Olympic-age players. Only players born after Jan. 1, 1993, are age-eligible for the 2016 men's soccer competition.
Scout's Notebook: Top 21 players under 21
ESPNFC - Football News and Scores (blog)
... 31.4 million pound move from Roma in 2013 and is developing well under the watchful eye of his compatriot Thiago Silva. A winner of the 2014 Toulon Tournament with Brazil's U-21 side, he has already been capped four times by the senior national team.
England Under-20s draw with South Korea at Toulon Tournament
England Under-20s drew 1-1 with South Korea at the Toulon Tournament on Wednesday, which means they require a point against Colombia in their final Group B game on Friday to secure a berth in the third-place play-off match. A win against South Korea ...
Harry Kane to miss Toulon Tournament with ankle injury
Cartilage Free Captain (blog)
Harry Kane will miss the upcoming Toulon Tournament, a regular Under-21 competition in France, with an ankle injury. He was forced to leave England's match against Wales Under-21 on Monday after picking up a knock, but thankfully, his injury isn't too ...
US MNT Beckons for Morris
Stanford Athletics Official Site
The Mercer Island, Wash. native, who was named the 2012-13 Development Academy Player of the Year for the U-17/18 age group while playing for the Seattle Sounders FC Academy, also earned three caps with the U-20 side at the Toulon Tournament in France ...