SOCCER Hub, a children’s football coaching company from Yorkshire, made history at the end of October when their U11 team won the Barcelona 2023 Cup, an international tournament held in Salou, Spain.

16 boys the club travelled out to the tournament and returned on Monday morning with a victory having beaten UE Alella, a Spanish team, 5-1 in the final.

The tournament featured teams from all over Europe, including Ireland, Sweden, France, Scotland, Netherlands, Spain, England, and Scotland. Soccer Hub FC was led to victory by captain Reuben Nelson, while Ted Airy was named player of the tournament, and George Markham was named the golden boot winner.

Soccer Hub was founded by Jordan Armstrong and offers football coaching for children aged 4-18 in the West and North Yorkshire area including Ilkley, Skipton, Cross Hills and Keighley. They coach around 700 girls and boys a week and teach children not only football skills, but life lessons and being part of a family.

Jordan Armstrong, founder of Soccer Hub, said: “We are so proud of our U11 team for their incredible achievement. This tournament was a great opportunity for our boys to experience international competition and to learn valuable lessons about teamwork and sportsmanship.”

The victory at the Barcelona 2023 Cup is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the Soccer Hub U11 team.