|Number of teams||8|
|Current champions||England (6 Title)|
|Most successful club(s)||France (9 Titles)|
The Montaigu Tournament (In French: Tournoi de Montaigu) is an international association football competition that is contested by under-16 national teams. The tournament was founded in 1973 by Dutchman André Van Den Brink who was the president of FC Montaigu, a French amateur football team. The tournament is also known as "Mondial Minimes".
The games are held in stadiums located in the Vendée department of France.
The final is played at the Stade Maxime Bossis stadium in Montaigu.
Most successful teams
|Republic of Ireland||1||1||0|