Athletic Club
The Basque ensemble reaches its third Promises tournament with a small U-12 army made up of players from their homeland. Their objective? To find among these young stars footballers who in the not-too-distant future will be dazzling the world from LaLiga.
Atlético de Madrid
The arrival of players such as Sergio Camello and Victor Mollejo from the youth academy endorses the great work that is being carried out there, which has also produced players like Saul, Koke and Fernando Torres, who today serve as a source of inspiration for these young bearers of the red-and-white strip.
CD Leganés
These young Pepineros are looking to imitate what they see day to day from the Madrid team playing in LaLiga Santander. They have a common goal: they too want to be part of history.
Deportivo Alavés
These youngsters are primed and ready to emulate the great work of their heroes in LaLiga Santander. The style, strategy and effort of the Basque team returns to LaLiga Promises for the fourth consecutive season.
FC Barcelona
One of the most valuable youth academies on the world stage, the team will be attending this event as one of the favourites to carry off the winner’s trophy again, as they did in its last edition held in Vila-Real. Their eye-catching one-touch style of football will undoubtedly make its mark once again at this tournament.
Getafe CF
After the Blues’ dream season, their youth academy now wants more. The youngsters of Getafe CF aim to be the icing on the cake on what is turning out to be a magical year for the club.
Girona FC
Orgull Gironí (Girona’s Pride) will once again be present in a tournament fielding the best teams in the national game at this level. No ambition and desire will be lacking in the performance of the red-and-white youth academy in LaLiga Promises.
Levante UD
Being close to home is just one more incentive to become crowned champions of LaLiga Promises. The youngsters from Orriols will be well supported by their community and they will want to offer the title to everyone accompanying them in this tournament.
Rayo Vallecano
One-touch football, a highly defined style and limitless enthusiasm all come together in this Madrid team as it goes all out to be the surprise of the tournament. The youngest members of the Vallecas neighbourhood are hungry for victory in Villarreal.
RC Celta
If there is one name that the Celta under-12 team identify themselves with it is Lago Aspas. The man from Moaña, captain of the first team and a product of Vigo grass roots football, will again be a benchmark for a team that enjoys both combination and attacking play.
RCD Espanyol
The Perica youth academy, one of the most prolific in Spain, comes to the tournament with the aim of showcasing the game and the values taught at RCD Espanyol from an early age. The Catalan team won the last edition of LaLiga Promises International Tournament when it was held in New Jersey.
Real Betis
After reaching the semi-final in the last edition of LaLiga Promises held in Arona, the young green-and-white players are looking for that final push that will crown them the best team of the championship.
Real Madrid
One of the most prestigious teams of the old continent presents its candidacy with one of its youth teams, in which imagination and quality can be more than guaranteed. Winners of the last edition held at Christmas, their game will undoubtedly be a heady showcase of the high level of football that exists in Spain.
Real Sociedad
Asier Illarramendi, Mikel Oyarzabal and the newcomer Ander Barrenetxea are just some of the examples that the youngsters of the San Sebastian team can model themselves on. Being a prophet in their own land starts with tournaments like this one, and they are very clear about their intentions to prove it on the pitch.
Real Valladolid CF
On the lookout for a new Ronaldo to command the attack of the Valladolid team, their enthusiasm at being part of this new edition of LaLiga Promises is guaranteed.
SD Eibar
There is quality, competitiveness and buckets of enthusiasm in this young Basque side, thanks to a youth project that is becoming more and more established every day, producing a team that is focusing solely on becoming this year’s LaLiga Promises grand revelation.
SD Huesca
The Huesca team will participate for the first time in this tournament. Their first team’s maiden campaign in LaLiga Santander will surely be an incentive for its youngsters to believe that they can do something important here in Vila-Real. Their suitcases will arrive bulging with enthusiasm and the desire to win.
Sevilla FC
With the passion and intensity of Nervión's youth academy, the team from Seville will once again represent Andalusia in this XXVI LaLiga Promises International Tournament. With artistic prowess assured both on and off the pitch, Sevilla FC will be looking to play a leading role in this prestigious championship.
Valencia CF
Carlos Soler, Gayá and Lato already participated in previous editions of LaLiga Promises, making them benchmarks for the under-twelves, who see in these first team players a good example to follow.
Villarreal CF
The 'Yellow Submarine' is once again hosting this national tournament. The team from the Groguet youth academy is one of the best examples of Spanish football’s combination play, guaranteeing an eye-catching style every time they’re on the pitch.