Academy Director Terry Westley believes West Ham United’s Academy of Football can take huge pride in their achievements over the past week.
Young sides from across the globe visited West Ham United’s Academy of Football over the Easter weekend to take part in the U14 Football Cup at Little Heath.
The Academy of Football will host the West Ham United Football Cup this Easter as young teams from across the globe gather in east London for the tournament.
West Ham United U18s coach Mark Phillips admits his side’s 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur is a ‘special victory’.
The Hammers headed into Wednesday’s contest at Little Heath on the back of three straight wins, with a finish from Odysseas Spyridis and a Korrey Henry penalty securing another three points for the Hammers.
Having seen his team beat Norwich City, Brighton and Hove Albion and Leicester City in the past few weeks, Phillips couldn’t contain his delight at beating a fellow London team in Tottenham.
West Ham United U18s captain Ben Wells has hailed the tremendous team effort by the side in the 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur.
Second-half finishes by Odysseas Spyridis and Korrey Henry secured a fourth straight win for the young Hammers after a tough fought match in difficult conditions at Little Heath.
West Ham United youngsters Edimilson Fernandes, Domingos Quina, Kristijan Belic, Harrison Ashby and Rihards Matrevics all enjoyed positive experiences UEFA European Championship qualifying on Tuesday afternoon
Fernandes made his return from four months out with an ankle injury in Switzerland’s 4-2 defeat by Portugal in the U21 qualifying tournament.
Goalkeeper Rihards Matrevics started for Latvia U19 in their UEFA U19 Elite Round Qualification match with England U19 on Saturday, with the shot-stopper and his teammates falling to a 3-0 defeat.
Young Hammers Nathan Trott and Josh Cullen both enjoyed international victories on Thursday evening, for England U20 and Republic of Ireland U21 respectively.
Trott played the 90 minutes in goal for the Young Lions in Poland, who overcame the handicap of having Crystal Palace defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka sent off by securing a late winner.