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The Clubs

Find out everything about the clubs, their history and their academies.

With exclusive interviews from the managers, gain an insight into their views and approach to The NextGen Series.

Plus, here you can meet all the young talents participating in the NextGen Series.
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  • AFC Ajax

    Ajax

    Amsterdamsche Football Club Ajax, commonly referred to as Ajax, is a Dutch football club from Amsterdam. They enter the NextGen Series as Dutch champions having finished top of the Eredivisie last season. Read more

  • Anderlecht

    RSC Anderlecht have played in the Belgian First division - also known as the Jupiler Pro League – since they were founded in 1908. Since that day, the club from Brussels has developed into one of the biggest and well-known clubs in the country. Read more

  • Arsenal

    Arsenal has been developing and nurturing young talent with considerable success since the Club first implemented a youth set up in 1954.  Read more

  • Athletic Club

    New NextGen Series team-information coming soon…  Read more

  • Borussia Dortmund

    Borussia Dortmund are a German sports club based in Dortmund. They are one of the most succesful clubs in German football history and currently play in the Bundesliga.  Read more

  • Chelsea

    Chelsea Football Club are the reigning champions of Europe having lifted their first Champions League trophy in Munich in May 2012. Read more

  • PFC CSKA

    In almost 60 years of history PFC CSKA Sports school has made a huge contribution to both its first team and the international team. Read more

  • Juventus

    New NextGen Series team-information coming soon…  Read more

  • Olympiacos

    Olympiacos FC, nicknamed, “THRYLOS”, is a Greek football club based in Piraeus. With 39 League titles, 25 Greek cups, 15 doubles and 4 Greek Super Cups, Olympiacos FC is the largest title-winning club in Greece. Olympiacos is also one of the founding members of the European Club Association. Read more

  • Paris St. Germain

    New NextGen Series team-information coming soon…  Read more

  • Aston Villa FC

    Aston Villa

    A founder member of The Football League in 1888, Aston Villa Football Club, nicknamed ‘Villa’, play in The Premier League and are based in Witton, Birmingham. They are one of the most succesful sides in England, having won the fourth highest amount of major trophies in their history. Read more

  • Barcelona FC

    Barcelona

    F.C Barcelona are the most succesful club in Spanish and European football. They are renowned across the world for the quality of their academy and enter The NextGen Series as one of the favourites. Read more

  • CELTIC FC

    Celtic

    Celtic Football Club are a Scottish football team based in the Parkhead area of Glasgow. They have won the Scottish League forty-three times, most recently in the 2011-2012 season. Read more

  • Fenerbahce SK

    Fenerbahce

    Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü is a professional sports club based in the district of Kadikoy, Istanbul in Turkey. The sports club derives its name from the Fenerbahce district of Kadikoy and is the most successful football club in Turkey’s history. Read more

  • Inter Milan FC

    Inter Milan

    Football Club Internazionale Milano, more commonly known as Inter, are a professional Italian football club based in Milan. The current NextGen holders have three UEFA cups, two Intercontinental Cups and a FIFA Club World Cup to their name. Read more

  • Liverpool FC

    Liverpool

    Liverpool Football Club, nicknamed ‘The Reds’, are based in Liverpool, Merseyside. They are the most successful English club in European competition, having won five European cups, three UEFA cups and three UEFA Super Cups. Read more

  • Manchester City FC

    Manchester City

    Manchester City Football Club play at The Etihad Stadium and currently compete in the Premier League. After finishing as champions last season they will not only be competing in Europe in The NextGen Series but also in The Champions League. Read more

  • MARSEILLE FC

    Marseille

    Olympique de Marseille are a French Association football club based in Marseille. These regular Champions League competitors have won Ligue 1 nine times. Read more

  • Molde FK

    Molde

    Molde Fotballklubb compete in the Norwegian Tippeligan League, having finished runners-up seven times. They are one of only two clubs to enter The NextGen Series from Norway. Last season marked the return of previous Molde legend Ole Gunnar Solskjær, now in a managerial capacity. Read more

  • PSV Eindhoven

    PSV Eindhoven

    Philips Sport Vereniging, more commonly known as PSV Eindhoven are a Dutch sports club from Eindhoven. They are one of only three Dutch clubs to have won a European cup, and have won the national league 21 times. Read more

  • Rosenborg FC

    Rosenborg

    Rosenborg Ballklub, curently competitors in The Tippeligaen league are the most succesful club in Norway. Their domestic title streak of thirteen consecutive wins is the second longest in the world. Read more

  • Sporting Lisbon FC

    Sporting Clube de Portugal

    Sporting Clube de Portugal finished last season in third place in the Portuguese Primeira Liga. Officially a sports club, they have over 100,000 registered club members, but are best known for their impressive footballing achievements. Read more

  • Tottenham Hotspur FC

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, more commonly referred to as Spurs, are a London based Premier League side, who finished 4th last season. The club’s Latin motto is ‘Audere est Facere’ – ‘To Dare Is to Do’. Read more

  • VfL Wolfsburg

    Wolfsburg

    Verein für Leibesübungen Wolfsburg, nicknamed Die Wölfe, are a professional German football club based in Wolfsburg. They compete in The Bundesliga, having won it once in their history. Read more

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