The Nõmme Cup is a series of football tournaments held annually in Tallinn in several football winter halls. The Nomme Cup tournament gives clubs a good chance to try their hand and assess their level and development in comparison with other teams before the start of the football season.
In the spring of 2010, the opening of the international football tournament took place. Over the years, the Nomme Cup football tournament has become one of the most popular youth football tournaments in Estonia, where several world-famous youth clubs from our neighboring countries have already participated.
Teams are divided into groups of 4 or 6 teams, which play with each other once. There are fighting for all places in the play-off round of the Nõmme Cup. The grid of games for each age class is notified by the organizers 1 week before the start of the tournament. Playoff matches, ending with a draw, continue with a penalty shoots.
Teams that take I, II and III place are awarded with cups, medals and diplomas.
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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 30 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: Tallinn.
The approximate cost of a transfer from Tallinn airport is 5 per person one way.The stadium is within walking distance
|Age categories||Guest team ,||Local team ,||Own accommodation ,|
|B12 (9vs9 ), B13 (11vs11 ), B14 (11vs11 ), B15 (11vs11 ), G15 (11vs11 ), G16 (11vs11 )||250||250||Is not allowed|
The price includes :
Registration fee is not refundable, regardless of the reason for cancellation.
You may not choose your own accommodation.
Winter Tallinn is no less attractive than in the summer. You can visit the Old Town, decorated with colorful lights or the main attractions for children: the water park, the Lennusadam museum, the museum of Kiek in de Kook.