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Tuesday, 11 February 2020

Participants 5th edition Kevin De Bruyne Cup announced

After a period of relative tranquility, they will firmly start again in the Premier League. Kevin De Bruyne (28) and Manchester City also have a busy competition program, such as the double confrontation with Real Madrid (on 26 February and 17 March) that was circled with light blue in the context of the eighth finals of the Champions League. And then we are not talking about the European Championships with the Red Devils, from 12 June untill hopefully 12 July and the big Final at Wembley.

In the meantime, the final teams of the KDB Cup, the international U15 tournament where the 74-time Belgian international followed with particular attention, is now also known. A collection of international top clubs visits the grounds of the East Flemish second-party KVE Drongen, for the fifth edition of the Kevin De Bruyne Cup on Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 May 2020.
Chelsea, last year's winner, again confirmed their participation. Just like KRC Genk, which lost against the Londoners after penalties. Real Madrid makes its debut at the football festival in Drongen, just like Borussia Mönchengladbach. And the scoop comes from South America, with the presence of the Brazilian SE Palmeiras. No fewer than five of the twelve teams participated in the real Champions League in recent months, confirming the quality of the participants.

All participants in a row:
• RSC Anderlecht (Bel)
• Club Brugge KV (Bel)
• Chelsea FC (Eng)
• PSV Eindhoven (Neth)
• KRC Genk (Bel)
• KAA Ghent (Bel)
• Real Madrid CF (Esp)
• Manchester City FC (Eng)
• Borussia Mönchengladbach (Ger)
• SE Palmeiras (Braz)
• PSG (Fra)
• Tottenham (Eng)

In this way, the top of European youth football will once again reach Drongen and its Keiskant campus.