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The junior selection wants to cause a sensation.

These South Tyrolean footballers are going to the regional tournament

The Oberliga and Landesliga are on pause this week. The reason for this is the regional tournament: around 80 young South Tyrolean footballers travel to Liguria to take part in the prestigious tournament.

The Bolzano Autonomous Football Committee is ready with its selections for the 60th regional tournament in Liguria. The departure is scheduled for Friday, March 22nd, with the first games taking place on Saturday, March 23rd.

CPA Bozen takes part with the following teams: U19 (coach Marco Nicoletti), U17 (coach Manuel Obrist), U15 (coach Wolfgang Crepaz), women (coach Fabio Pelanda).

A tough group

The headquarters of the South Tyrolean teams is in Lavagna (Genoa), while the games are played in Chiavari. The four South Tyrolean teams were drawn into a difficult group and have to compete against Lazio, Emilia Romagna and Veneto in their respective categories. For men, the first place in each group and the three best runners-up reach the quarterfinals; for women, the first and second place in the three groups of four and the first in the two groups of three reach the quarterfinals.

The women's team is also ready to go.

On Saturday our selections will face Lazio (9.30 a.m. U15, 11.30 a.m. U17, 14.15 p.m. Women, 16.45 p.m. U19). On Sunday they face Emilia Romagna, while the group stage ends on Monday with the game against Veneto. The regional tournament then continues with the quarter-finals (27/3), the semi-finals (28/3) and the final (29/3).

These players were called up

Under 15: Matteo Potenza (Bozner FC), Fabian Plunger (Brixen), Dennis Dalle Valle and Simon Kratter (Football Überetsch), Dastin Marku (Naturns), Dimitru Rotaru and Giovanni Siesto (Neugries), Alessio Panzan and Manuel Weithaler (Olimpia Merano), Tobias Hofer, Filip Miladinovic, David Tabaku and Moritz Wachtler (St. Lorenzen), Aaron Gasperini (Salurn), David Pirhofer (Schenna), Elvis Gega (Tscherms Marling), Emanuele Bruson, Noel Kajana, Alex Tamanini and Sebastian Zanotelli (Virtus Bozen) . Coach: Wolfgang Crepaz.

These are the young guns of the U15 team.

Under 17: Stephan Gartner (Ahrntal), Niklas Minzoni (Ridnauntal selection), Pietro Dalle Ave Gaerber (Bozner FC), Jonas Müller and Marc Ploner (Brixen), Leart Raci (Hochpustertal), Daniel Aita, Timothy Prinoth, Fynn Schwarz and Stefan Turini (Obermais ), Tizian Stecher (Mals), Jonathan Holzer (Milland), Mattia Lovisetto (Olimpia Meran), Hannes Bachmann and Dennis Hintner (St. Georgen), Timo Spitaler (St. Pauls), Elias Zeni (Terlan), Enrico Bresolin, Manuel Maria Giacomin Slemmer and Davide Varsallona (Virtus Bozen). Coach: Manuel Obrist.

Under 19: Ivan Marschall and Lorenz Willeit (Bozner FC), Samuel Angerer, Hannes Ausserhofer, Hannes Larcher and Maximilian Rabanser (Brixen), Leo Villgrater (Bruneck), Domenico Calcagnile (Kien), Jakob Bernard and Florian Felix (Kaltern), Jakob Klotzner (Obermais ), Paul Mutschlechner and Jakob Ploner (Milland), David Zischg (Naturns), Noah Schweitzer (Partschins), Florian Preims (Schenna), Johannes Larcher, Jacopo Edgar Pecoraro and Dennis Recla (St. Pauls), Nils Mayr (Tramin). Coach: Marco Nicoletti.

Manuel Obrist's U17 team.

Damen: Samanta Hoxha, Laura Klocker, Laayeba Shabbeir and Julia Siller (Brixen), Greta Nocker and Saskia Obkircher (FFC Pustertal), Jana Zipperle (Meran Women), Evelyn Busetti (Neugries), Lena Blaas and Anja Pritzi (Red Lions Tarsch), Alexia Busetti and Romy Targa (Riffian Kuens), Natalie Anranter (Sciliar Schlern), Nora Bauer, Ludovica Chini, Ranja Fischer, Isabel Mittermair, Lisa Prearo, Laetitia Seebacher and Lena Treibenreif (FC Südtirol). Coach: Fabio Pelanda.


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