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The 2019 Toulon Tournament (officially French: 47ème Festival International "Espoirs" – Tournoi Maurice Revello) was the 47th edition of the Toulon Tournament. It was held in the region of Provence from 1 to 15 June 2019.[1] England were the defending champions but they were eliminated in the group stage.

2019 Toulon Tournament
47ème Festival International "Espoirs" – Tournoi Maurice Revello (in French)
2019 Toulon Tournament poster.jpg
Tournament details
Host countryFrance
Dates1–15 June 2019
Teams12 (from 4 confederations)
Venue(s)5 (in 5 host cities)
Final positions
Champions Brazil (9th title)
Runners-up Japan
Third place Mexico
Fourth place Republic of Ireland
Tournament statistics
Matches played26
Goals scored74 (2.85 per match)
Top scorer(s)Brazil Matheus Cunha (4 goals)
Best player(s)Brazil Douglas Luiz
Best goalkeeperChina Chen Wei
2018
2020

In this season the tournament was contested by under-22 national teams, although France, Portugal, England and Republic of Ireland played with their under-18, under-19, under-20 and under-21 teams, respectively.

Brazil won their ninth title by defeating Japan 5–4 in a penalty shoot-out in the final, after the match had finished in a 1–1 draw.[2][3]

Contents

ParticipantsEdit

Twelve participating teams were announced in March and April 2019.[4]

SquadsEdit

VenuesEdit

A total of five cities hosted the tournament.

Initially, Stade Marcel Cerdan (Carnoux-en-Provence) would host the ninth-place and seventh-place playoffs but the matches originally to be played there would be moved to Stade d'Honneur (Mallemort) and Stade Parsemain (Fos-sur-Mer).

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Vitrolles
 
Fos-sur-Mer
 
Salon-de-Provence
 
Aubagne
 
Mallemort
 
Carnoux-en-Provence
 
Venues
  2019 Tournament venues.
  Scheduled matches moved.
Aubagne Carnoux-en-Provence Fos-sur-Mer
Stade de Lattre-de-Tassigny Stade Marcel Cerdan Stade Parsemain
43°17′38″N 5°33′44″E / 43.2939695°N 5.5623227°E / 43.2939695; 5.5623227 (Stade de Lattre-de-Tassigny) 43°15′01″N 5°33′10″E / 43.250270°N 5.552645°E / 43.250270; 5.552645 (Stade Marcel Cerdan) 43°28′08″N 4°56′56″E / 43.4687854°N 4.9489821°E / 43.4687854; 4.9489821 (Stade Parsemain)
Capacity: 1,000 Capacity: 1,700 Capacity: 17,170
Mallemort Salon-de-Provence Vitrolles
Stade d'Honneur Stade d'Honneur Marcel Roustan Stade Jules-Ladoumègue
43°43′27″N 5°10′39″E / 43.7241096°N 5.1774767°E / 43.7241096; 5.1774767 (Stade d'Honneur de Mallemort) 43°38′08″N 5°05′34″E / 43.6356163°N 5.0928964°E / 43.6356163; 5.0928964 (Stade d'Honneur Marcel Roustan) 43°27′28″N 5°14′36″E / 43.4578485°N 5.2433091°E / 43.4578485; 5.2433091 (Stade Jules Ladoumègue)
Capacity: 720 Capacity: 4,000 Capacity: 1,500

Match officialsEdit

The referees were:[5]

Matches rulesEdit

Every match consisted of two periods of 45 minutes each. In a match, every team had eleven named substitutes and the maximum number of substitutions permitted was four (a fifth substitution was allowed only for goalkeepers).

In the knockout stage, if a game tied at the end of regulation time, extra time would not be played and the penalty shoot-out would be used to determine the winner.

Group stageEdit

The draw was held on 8 April 2019. The twelve teams were drawn into three groups of four.[6] In the group stage, each group was played on a round-robin basis. The teams were ranked according to points (3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw, and 0 points for a loss). If tied on points, the following criteria would be used to determine the ranking: 1. Goal difference; 2. Goals scored; 3. Fair play points. The group winners and the best runners-up qualified for the semi-finals. The Group stage was played from 1 to 9 June 2019.

Group AEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1   Japan 3 2 0 1 8 3 +5 6 Advance to knockout stage
2   Portugal 3 2 0 1 4 3 +1 6
3   Chile 3 2 0 1 4 7 −3 6
4   England 3 0 0 3 4 7 −3 0

All times are local CEST

England  1–2  Japan
Chalobah   38' Report Ominami   47'
Naganuma   68'
Stade de Lattre-de-Tassigny, Aubagne
Referee: Felipe González Alveal (Chile)
Portugal  0–1  Chile
Report Pinto   13'
Stade de Lattre-de-Tassigny, Aubagne
Referee: Salman Falahi (Qatar)

Japan  6–1  Chile
Mitoma   7'
Hatate   12'18'63'
Iwasaki   39'45+1'
Report Araos   35'
Stade d'Honneur Marcel Roustan, Salon-de-Provence
Referee: Robert Hennessy (Republic of Ireland)
England  2–3  Portugal
Nketiah   8'
Willock   87'
Report Marcos Paulo   21'
Gonçalo Cardoso   39'
Félix Correia   42'
Stade d'Honneur Marcel Roustan, Salon-de-Provence
Referee: Horațiu Feșnic (Romania)

Portugal  1–0  Japan
Umaro Embaló   85' Report
Chile  2–1  England
Jara   87'
Guéhi   90+2' (o.g.)
Report Willock   45+6'
Referee: Salman Falahi (Qatar)

Group BEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1   Brazil 3 3 0 0 13 0 +13 9 Advance to knockout stage
2   France (H) 3 2 0 1 4 5 −1 6
3   Guatemala 3 1 0 2 3 6 −3 3
4   Qatar 3 0 0 3 0 9 −9 0
Source: Toulon Tournament
(H) Host.

All times are local CEST

France  2–0  Qatar
Godart   42'
Taoui   90+2' (pen.)
Report
Stade de Lattre-de-Tassigny, Aubagne
Referee: Luis Enrique Santander (Mexico)
Brazil  4–0  Guatemala
Pedrinho   19'
Bruno Tabata   23'
Wendel   85'
Douglas Luiz   89' (pen.)
Report
Stade de Lattre-de-Tassigny, Aubagne
Referee: Willy Delajod (France)

Qatar  0–2  Guatemala
Report Barrientos   48' (pen.)
Ardón   88'
Stade d'Honneur Marcel Roustan, Salon-de-Provence
Referee: Alex Johnson (Malta)
France  0–4  Brazil
Report Antony   20'
Matheus Henrique   57'
Matheus Cunha   88' (pen.)
Mateus Vital   90+1'
Stade d'Honneur Marcel Roustan, Salon-de-Provence
Referee: Luis Enrique Santander (Mexico)

France  2–1  Guatemala
Tokpa   49'
Estrada   72' (o.g.)
Report Reyes   59' (pen.)
Brazil  5–0  Qatar
Matheus Cunha   21'83'
Mateus Vital   24' (pen.)
Paulinho   38'76'
Report
Referee: António Nobre (Portugal)

Group CEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1   Republic of Ireland 3 2 1 0 5 1 +4 7 Advance to knockout stage
2   Mexico 3 2 1 0 3 0 +3 7
3   China PR 3 1 0 2 5 6 −1 3
4   Bahrain 3 0 0 3 1 7 −6 0

All times are local CEST

China PR  1–4  Republic of Ireland
Li Yang   18' Report Elbouzedi   1'
Connolly   5'
Idah   56' (pen.)82' (pen.)
Stade de Lattre-de-Tassigny, Aubagne
Referee: António Nobre (Portugal)
Mexico  2–0  Bahrain
Govea   5'
Torres   10'
Report
Stade de Lattre-de-Tassigny, Aubagne

China PR  4–1  Bahrain
Shan Huanhuan   16'26'
Hu Jinghang   79'
Lin Liangming   90'
Report Al-Hardan   76' (pen.)
Referee: Willy Delajod (France)
Republic of Ireland  0–0  Mexico
Report
Referee: Felipe González Alveal (Chile)

Bahrain  0–1  Republic of Ireland
Report Ronan   33'
Referee: Alex Johnson (Malta)
Mexico  1–0  China PR
Yrizar   60' Report
Referee: Horațiu Feșnic (Romania)

Classification matchesEdit

The eliminated teams played another game to determine their final ranking in the competition.

All times are local CEST

Eleventh place playoffEdit

Bahrain  1–1  Qatar
Hasan   28' Report Mazeed   67'
Penalties
Marhoon  
Al-Hardan  
Bughammar  
Isa  
2–4   Mazeed
  Al Ahrak
  Al Ahrak
  Al-Hamawende
  Surag
Stade d'Honneur, Mallemort
Referee: Robert Hennessy (Republic of Ireland)

Ninth place playoffEdit

Guatemala  0–4  England
Report Hirst   15'26'
Nketiah   23' (pen.)
McNeil   29'
Stade d'Honneur, Mallemort[1]
Referee: Salman Falahi (Qatar)
1 Match delayed due to rain. The original date was 11 June, 16:00 at Stade Marcel Cerdan, Carnoux-en-Provence.

Seventh place playoffEdit

Chile  2–1  China PR
Morales   29'
Martínez   38'
Report Feng Boxuan   44'
Referee: Alex Johnson (Malta)
2 Match originally scheduled at Stade Marcel Cerdan, Carnoux-en-Provence.

Fifth place playoffEdit

Portugal  3–0  France
Gonçalo Cardoso   15'
Gonçalo Ramos   22'
Vítor Ferreira   27' (pen.)
Report
Stade d'Honneur, Mallemort

Knockout stageEdit

 
Semi-finalsFinal
 
      
 
12 June - Aubagne
 
 
  Brazil2
 
15 June - Salon-de-Provence
 
  Republic of Ireland0
 
  Brazil (p)1 (5)
 
12 June - Aubagne
 
  Japan1 (4)
 
  Japan (p)2 (5)
 
 
  Mexico2 (4)
 
Third place
 
 
15 June - Salon-de-Provence
 
 
  Mexico (p)0 (4)
 
 
  Republic of Ireland0 (3)

All times are local CEST

Semi-finalsEdit

Japan  2–2  Mexico
Soma   72'
Ogawa   89'
Report Godínez   50'
E. Aguirre   86'
Penalties
Ogawa  
Soma  
Iwasaki  
Naganuma  
Hatate  
5–4   E. Aguirre
  Cardona
  López
  Mozo
  Córdova
Stade de Lattre-de-Tassigny, Aubagne
Referee: Horațiu Feșnic (Romania)

Brazil  2–0  Republic of Ireland
Paulinho   15'
Matheus Cunha   47'
Report
Stade de Lattre-de-Tassigny, Aubagne
Referee: Luis Enrique Santander (Mexico)

Third place playoffEdit

Mexico  0–0  Republic of Ireland
Report
Penalties
E. Aguirre  
Vázquez  
É. Aguirre  
Calderón  
Angulo  
4–3   Ronan
  Taylor
  Connolly
  Idah
  Leahy
Stade d'Honneur Marcel Roustan, Salon-de-Provence
Referee: Felipe González Alveal (Chile)

FinalEdit

Brazil  1–1  Japan
Antony   19' Report Ogawa   39'
Penalties
Mateus Vital  
Douglas Luiz  
Matheus Henrique  
Wendel  
Lyanco  
5–4   Soma
  Mitoma
  Kamiya
  Naganuma
  Hatate
Stade d'Honneur Marcel Roustan, Salon-de-Provence
Referee: António Nobre (Portugal)

StatisticsEdit

AwardsEdit

After the final, the following players were rewarded for their performances during the competition.

Maurice Revello Tournament 2019 best XIEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "OFFICIAL : Ireland will take part in the Maurice Revello Tournament 2019". Maurice Revello Tournament. 6 March 2019.
  2. ^ "Brazil 1-1 (5-4 pen) Japan : match report, video and game details". Maurice Revello Tournament. 15 June 2019.
  3. ^ "Brasil derrota Japão nos pênaltis e é campeão do Maurice Revello 2019" (in Portuguese). CBF. 15 June 2019.
  4. ^ "OFFICIAL : Bahrain will compete in the Maurice Revello Tournament 2019". Maurice Revello Tournament. 5 April 2019.
  5. ^ "Les arbitres 2019". Maurice Revello Tournament.
  6. ^ "Maurice Revello Tournament 2019 : the full schedule". Maurice Revello Tournament. 8 April 2019.
  7. ^ "Maurice Revello Tournament 2019 best XI". Maurice Revello Tournament. 17 June 2019.

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