For the International Jr. Youth Tournament, held in France, players who had good performance in the Japanese national middle school tournament were chosen to join All Japan Jr. Youth training camp. Only 17 out of those 24 players would be chosen to take part in the Europe campaign. Later, with Tsubasa Ozora, Taro Misaki, Genzo Wakabayashi and Jun Misugi joining, the All Japan Jr. Youth team was formed with 21 players.
↑Since Tsubasa was injured and couldn't join the training camp, Hyuga became the captain.
↑Hyuga gave up the captain mark after the loss against Hamburg Jr., therefore Matsuyama became the new captain. He later gave the mark to Tsubasa.
↑ 3.03.1Because of Tsubasa's injury, Nitta, who Tsubasa faced during the Shizuoka prefecture tournament, replaced him.
↑As Tsubasa didn't join the training camp, he wasn't considered to be part of the team until after the match against Bremen Jr., where Tsubasa challenged Gino Hernandez along with his team and successfully defeat them.
↑Before being registered as a player, Misugi only joined the team as an assistant coach.
↑These players joined the training camp, but didn't get selected.