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Brunant national under-20 football team
RBFA logo
Nicknames The Youth Reds/The Youth Dragons
Confederation UEFA (Europe)
Founded 1978
Head coach Nick Jansen
Captain Sam Boneau
Home Stadium University Park (capacity: 22,000)

The Brunant national U-20 team represents Brunant in international football at the under-20 level. It is also a feeder team for the senior side.

HistoryEdit

The U-20 Brunanter team was, for many years, an unofficial team playing in the 1960s and 1970s. It was originally a "B" team which allowed reserve players to keep fit in case they needed to be called up to the senior squad. In 1978, it was organized as a solely youth squad. The team has since become one of the top wikinational youth sides.

Current star players such as Ibra El-Zein, Nick van Kamp and others have been players for the U-20 side in the past.

Home venues and kitsEdit

Since 1988 the team's home games have been mostly held at University Park stadium in Grijzestad, though some games have been played in Koningstad and Roodstad in recent years.

The team uses home and away kits identical to the senior team, as do all men and women's national football teams in Brunant.

SquadEdit

No. Pos. Player Club
1 GK Michel Severins Flag of Brunant Cape Cross FC
2 DF David Caris Flag of Brunant Grijzestad B
4 DF Rafael Mayson Flag of Kemburg Kemburg City F.C.
5 DF Lucas Traver Flag of Traspes UD Santa Maria
6 MF Jack Clough Flag of Brunant FC Willemstad
7 MF Manuel Barnbrook Flag of Kemburg Tattington Road F.C.
8 MF Paco Flag of Libertas FC Skeend
9 FW Elias Mendes Flag of Brunant Alexandria Koningstad
10 FW David Campen Flag of Brunant Dinamo Drenthe
11 FW Oscar Sarre Flag of Brunant Alexandria Koningstad
19 DF Kevin De Vries Flag of Libertas FC Muntegu
30 GK Ivan Abbes Flag of Brunant Mediterranean FC
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