Lining up against opponents from France, Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands, this year’s event hosted more than 800 footballers and a crowd of more than 1,800 on the day.
The current MLL U10s, who were finalists in the WFL cup earlier in the season, experienced a sporting and cultural weekend with Jews from across the world. Manager Adam Bloch said: “Making kiddush on Friday night surrounded by the team and family was a notable high point and a definite improvement on my usual teamtalks”.
Other highlights included a team tour of the Johann Cruyff Arena and a private viewing of Anne Frank’s House.
The tournament - in its 40th year - saw MLL 10s and MLL 11s made it to the U11 finals. Experience overcame youth, with the U11s winning.
U10 manager Lee Reuben said: “The boys were a credit to the club. It’s always nice to come home with medals but more importantly they got to experience Jewish culture and a Shabbat together as a team and an overseas team experience that is hard to replicate at this age.
“We are all immensely proud of them and look forward to seeing them continue to represent the club in the future”.