ŽNK Posavina, ŠN Tiki-Taka, ŽNK Spartak 2013, ŽFK Respekt, SFK 2000 Sarajevo, ŽNK Krivaja, ŠF Tango, ŽFK Borac, ŽNK Željezničar 2011, ŽNK Vogošća, ŽNK Sloga, ŽNK Inter, Nova Žena and NK Troglav 1918 participated in the tournament.
The BH FF senior expert associate for football development, Ivana Vlaić, points out that the tournaments were held in a very nice environment:
“In cooperation with our most trophy-winning women’s club SFK 2000, and as part of the promotion of the UEFA European Championship for female cadets to be held in our country and the UEFA HatTrick program for social responsibility, we organized this tournament for our youngest football female players. I take this opportunity to thank all the participants of the tournament, because they contributed to everything going in a very cheerful and positive atmosphere. We are glad to see that, after the tournament, everyone with their smiles on their faces and beautiful memories is going home, and we continue to prepare new grassroots activities.”
In the tournament for U-15 female players, the first place was won by the team of Banja Luka Spartak 2013 ahead of SFK 2000 and Željezničar 2011, while the U-11 tournament was won by Posavina, the second place went to the players of SFK 2000, and the third to ŽFK Spartak.
Hana Mešan from SFK 2000 Sarajevo was named the best U-15 player, while the best goalkeeper was Milana Šunjko from Spartak. Emela Cibra from SFK 2000 scored the most goals.
Džejla Tabaković and Lejla Tabaković from Posavina were declared the best goalkeepers, i.e., players of the U-11 tournament, and the most goals were scored by the member of SFK 2000 Sarajevo Amila Avdić.
The tournament was followed by the women’s “A” national team players of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with the head coach Samir Hurem and the technical staff members.