Z FC is the first to qualify for the final of the International Z Cup after defeating Feyenoord

Z FC qualified for the final of the International Z Cup U-17 Championship, held at Z Sports Club in New Cairo, after defeating its Dutch counterpart Feyenoord on penalties with a score of 4-2 after a goalless draw in the match, becoming the first to qualify for the final of the tournament.   


The Portuguese club Vitoria also qualified for the final of the tournament, after defeating the Enppi club with a score of 2-1.

It is scheduled to be held before The final match of the International Z Cup Championship, an exhibition match between the legends of Al-Ahly and Zamalek clubs, in which former Al-Ahly club stars participate: Hossam Ghaly, Ahmed Hassan, Mohamed Fadl, Sayed Moawad, Mohamed Shawky, Mohamed Naji-Geddo, Walid Suleiman, Amir Tawfiq, and Hisham. Hanafi, Imad Miteb, and from Zamalek Club: Gamal Hamza, Khaled Al-Ghandour, Mohamed Abdel Monsef, Mohamed Abu Al-Ela, Ayman Abdel Aziz, Wael Al-Qabbani, Ibrahim Salah, Mahmoud Mahmoud, and Tariq Al-Sayed.




 The celebration of the coronation of the champions is scheduled to be witnessed by international stars Italian Del Piero, Spaniard Michel Salgado, and Dutchman Edgar Davids, so that the winning team will be honored, and the award for best formation, awards for best player, goalkeeper, and top scorer in the tournament, and the fair play award, in addition to honoring the center. The second and third finals will also be attended by a large number of former football stars, leaders and symbols of Egyptian sports. 12 local and European clubs: ZFC, Al-Ahly, Zamalek, Arab Contractors, Enppi, Pyramids, Feyenoord Rotterdam of the Netherlands, Vitoria of Portugal, Aston Villa of England, Fenerbahce of Turkey, Blackburn Rovers of England, and Union Berlin of Germany.

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