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  • Premier League Schools Tournament 2017
    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 Stamford Bridge played host to the 12th annual tournament
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 Schoolchildren aged 13 and under got to experience what it is like to be a Premier League footballer, including playing on the pitch of the 2016/17 champions
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 The players got to walk out of the Stamford Bridge tunnel, where Antonio Conte's Chelsea emerged from to a guard of honour from Sunderland on Sunday
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 Each of the 20 top-flight clubs were represented after they held regional tournaments to discover who took part at Stamford Bridge
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 In total more than 11,000 players and over 1,400 schools have taken part this season, with schoolchildren from 40 schools making it to the final tournament
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 This young Leicester City goalkeeper was excited for the action to begin
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 West Brom, represented by Witton Middle School and Sandwell Academy, kicked off the tournament against West Ham, who have Longwood Primary Academy and Frances Bardsley Academy for Girls playing for them
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 Everton's Under-13 Girls team from Greenbank High School receive a pep talk
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 Muswell Hill Primary School, representing Tottenham Hotspur, and Arsenal's Ashmount Primary School played eachother in the U11 group stages
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 Southampton were represented by Foundry Lane Primary School and The Westgate School
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 Liverpool Under-13 Girls represented by Chesterfield High School qualified for the semi-finals
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 Chelsea's Blenheim High School take on Hull City's St Mary's College in the group stages
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 Manchester United's Tyntesfield Primary School qualified for the Under-11 semi-finals
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 Crystal Palace's Avenue Primary Academy celebrate after beating John Keble Primary School (Chelsea) on penalties in the U11 semi-final
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 The Crystal Palace and Manchester City teams walk out for the Under-11s final
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 The final goes to penalties after ending 0-0 and St Cuthbert's RC Primary School claim victory for Manchester City by winning the shoot-out 6-5
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 The St Cuthbert's team run to celebrate with their parents after the winning penalty is scored
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 Premier League Executive Chairman Richard Scudamore and Chelsea Ladies player Eniola Aluko with Under-11 winners Manchester City, who have won the competition for the first time
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 AFC Bournemouth's Epiphany CoE Primary School and Chesterfield High shake hands before the Under-13 girls final
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 In a competitive final, Chesterfield High School win for Liverpool when they claim a 2-0 victory
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 Chesterfield High School celebrate their title triumph
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 Stoke City's Congleton High School team were given the Under-13 Fair Play award
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    Premier League Schools Tournament 2017 While Everton's Farnborough Road Junior School received the Under-11 Fair Play Award