We invite your teams to the Riga City Cup youth football tournament, which is held in winter at the huge Riga Olympic Center Elektrum. The tournament expands the geography of participants every year. There are famous clubs taking part every year each age group.
The tournament has been known since 2016, when it was first held among two ages. The main participants were the Baltic countries. Later, clubs from England, Poland, Georgia, Russia, Ukraine, Sweden, Denmark and Finland have appeared at the tournament.
At the first group stage, the participants are divided into groups of 5 teams, where the teams play in one circle. After the group stage, the last places of each group play for 9-10 places in the tournament. The first two teams from each group go into the final draw for 1-4 places in the tournament, and 3 and 4 places from the group play for 5-8 places in the tournament.
A winner, runner up and the 3rd place winner of the tournament will be awarded with cups and medals. The best players of tournament are awarded with trophies.
The price includes:
The cost is specified with full board per person for the specified number of nights. Applications from the teams are accepted no later than 56 days before the tournament starts.
The team must pay for accommodation and meals in the following order:
The penalty for cancellation of the team's participation is:
The nearest airports to the venue: Riga airport.The stadium is within walking distance
|Age categories||Guest team ,||Local team ,||Own accommodation ,|
|B15 (11vs11 ), B14 (11vs11 ), B13 (11vs11 )||200||400||Is not allowed|
|G15 (11vs11 )||200||200||Is not allowed|
The price includes :
Registration fee is not refundable, regardless of the reason for cancellation.
You may not choose your own accommodation.
Riga is a very, really very beautiful city, founded in 1201 by the Germans. The German architecture is main treasure of the central historical part, which will not leave anyone indifferent. The city seemed to have descended from medieval engravings - here you want to walk in parks and courtyards, along small streets and squares.