Mini World Cup - Förde - Flensburg, Germany
Before the new world champion is crowned in Qatar in the winter of 2022, the mini-World Cup will take place in Flensburg from June 3rd to 5th, 2022. Become part of the largest tournament series in Germany. Each team in each age category will represent a nation and compete for the world championship in the lovely Northern German city of Flensburg.
Organized by Ballfreunde, a well known sports promoter and organizer among others of the Laola Cup and Copa Daurada, the tournament will be played in a well-maintained sports facility not far from the Danish border.
The tournament is played over two days, making it a weekend tournament. A perfect weekend getaway to lovely Northern Germany or Southern Denmark.
Around 15 referees will be in attendance. Age categories from U8s to U17s for a mix of 3v3, 5v5, 8v8 and 11v11 football.
By attending this tournament, included in the participation fee, you’ll receive:
– Free accommodation from June 3rd to 5th in a hostel in the city of Flensburg
– Free food starting with dinner on the 3rd and ending with lunch on the 5th
– Transport to/from the fields and accommodation
– A lovely weekend of football and fun in one of Germany’s most fascinating cities
The Mini World Cup is a weekend tournament (read more about tournament types here). Referees must be 16 or over in order to be considered for this tournament.
International referees from Referee Abroad will be offered free accommodation from a day before the games start (3rd June) to a the day of the finals (5th June).
All referees will be accommodated in a hostel in the vicinity of the fields (5 minutes drive)
The name of the hostel will be announced only later during the year.
Known for its beer and Danish feel, Flensburg is a town of rich culture and history
Situated right on Germany’s northern border with Denmark, Flensburg is the third-largest town in Schleswig-Holstein, a semi-sovereign state. The town has both notoriety from its few days as the home of the last government of Nazi Germany, and fame for its delicious beer, the Flensburger Pilsner, which is drunk across Germany, sporting prowess and cultural depth.
A large town, Flensburg is home to around 90,000 inhabitants, 2,500 of whom are Danish – the largest Danish minority population in Germany. The town has a significant cultural offering, with five theaters, including its own Symphony Orchestra, several well-respected libraries, and an extremely well preserved Old Town, some of which dates back to the 12th century.
While Flenburg isn’t near any major airport, the closest of which are over 2 hours away, it is a major train and bus hub thanks to its proximity to the Danish border.
It can easily be reached by both bus and train from almost everywhere in Denmark, Germany and Europe.
It is also situated on a major transnational motorway making car journeys very feasible and convenient.
Apply for the Mini World Cup - Förde
Date(s) - 03/06/2022 - 05/06/2022
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Applications are closed for this tournament.