Teams wanting to enjoy international football in one of the most beautiful cities of Europe will be in the right place during the Moldova Cup! The “golden city” of Prague forms the fascinating backdrop for this tournament, earning it a permanent placing in the Euro-Sportring program. With more than 40 teams from 8 countries, this tournament belongs to the top of the seniors program. The hosts provide for a very well-organized tournament and the famous city of Prague does the rest. Famous monuments and theatres, lively shopping streets and markets, restaurants, discos, nightclubs and traditional beer houses, make Prague a perfect destination for any tourist. Combine those attractions with a few solid games on the pitch and you have an ideal formula. Again, 24 hours in a day is really not enough.
You will not be bored for a second in the ‘golden’ city on the Vltava. The cosy centre with all those beautiful buildings is on the UNESCO world heritage list. Of course visitors also come for the lively shopping streets, the many terraces and the nightlife. The Moldava Cup takes place in a cosy, compact sports park just outside the centre.
Strahov Stadium is the largest stadium complex in the world. It comprises nearly eight hectares and can accommodate up to 240,000 spectators! The stadium was built in the 1930s. Between 2002 and 2003, it was completely renovated. The whole complex consists of a main field, 5 training fields and 2 artificial turf fields. All fields are equipped with a perfect drainage system and an automatic sprinkler system. The top football centre of Sparta Prague is based here.
The Moldava Cup is organised by I.S.C. Sports. Občanské Sdružení Pro Podporu Sportu is the official name of I.S.C Sports. The club was founded in 1988. In addition to the Golden City Cup, I.S.C. Sports organises many sports events. One of the main events is the Golden Tour: the largest hall football competition for companies in the Czech Republic. Over fifty companies compete annually in this. I.S.C. Sports works alongside the Czech Football Association on many projects.
The Moldava Cup will be played at the Na Šancích sports park in the eastern part of Prague. The sports park has 2 pitches, plenty of changing rooms and a small restaurant or buffet with a terrace. From the sports park it takes 30 minutes to reach the centre of Prague by public transport.