Young Promises trained in Mallorca participants in the Mallorca Cup winners in first divisiondesde sus inicios.
Marco Asensio (Real Madrid CF)
A young Marco Asensio, now a Real Madrid player, star of one of the first editions of the Mallorca Cup.
Trained at Poblense and signed by Real Mallorca, Steve Aldo One (Sa Pobla, 1995) made his debut in the First Division wearing the Deportivo de la Coruña shirt at the Santiago Bernabeu.
“Chechu” Meneses Sababater
He was the godfather of the 2019 edition of the Mallorca Cup. Thus, after going through the tournament as a player, and a reference for the little ones.
He began his football career at a club in his hometown, U.D. Poblense, where he began to stand out and at the age of cadet he signed for R. C. D. Mallorca.
A player from the Son Bibiloni factory, Agus Giaquinto was one of the most promising players in our football, a player with a devilish quality made his debut as a youth in the Third Division.
Olinga, who belonged to the Samuel Eto'o Foundation, came to Spain to join the R. C. D. Mallorca quarry in the 2009-10 season, participating in several editions of the Mallorca Cup, a benchmark for the little ones.
Copa Mallorca also participated as a player and was trained in the lower categories of Mallorca, where he played in all its lower categories, accompanying coach Pepe Gálvez from the lower categories to the first team.
Formed in the Real Mallorca quarry, he was the second youngest player to score wearing red, at 17 years and 340 days (Pepe Gálvez did it with 17 years and 193 days). The Palma club came looking for him when he was eleven years old and he stood out on the CD Cala d'Or, when he was elected best player in an international tournament in Cala d'Or in 2006.