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Prague Strahov Cup

22 - 23 May 2021
, Praga
Teams from the East and West
International youth football tournament in Prague, Czech Republic: Prague Strahov Cup.
Participating countries: 
Austria Czech Republic Denmark France Germany Netherlands Poland Hungary Romania Slovakia Switzerland

It is hardly surprising that around 150 teams come to Prague each year for the Prague Strahov Cup. Why? Because it strikes the perfect balance between an international competition and spending time in a beautiful city. The Prague Strahov Cup is a wonderful opportunity for teams from the East and West to meet and compete. Each year, friends of football from ten different countries convene over the Pentecost weekend in one of the most stunning cities in Europe. It is simply a fantastic sporting event, all the more so considering it takes place in Prague, a cosmopolitan hotspot. Simply cross one of the charming bridges spanning the Vitava River and you are already in the city centre – exactly where you want to be.

Age Categories: 
U10, U11, U12, U13, U14, U15, U16, U17, U19
Organiser: 
Občanské Sdružení Pro Podporu Sportu
Teams: 
140
First edition: 
2014
Friday
Afternoon /
Arrival: check-in with welcome address and information from our on-site employee in Prague. You will be informed in person about your stay and the tournament.
Evening /
Team leader meeting: welcome reception arranged by the organisers for the team leaders. Followed by free time. See tourist information for some great tips.
Saturday
Morning /
Start of the match programme. The matches will be played at a couple of locations near the centre of Prague. The matches will be officiated by referees from the Prague football association.
Evening /
Free time. See tourist information for some great tips.
Sunday
Daytime /
Continuation of the match programme. Qualification matches and finals followed by prize-giving ceremony at the sports parks.
Afternoon /
UEFA Respect ceremony: every participant receives a medal on the podium.
Evening /
Free time. See tourist information for some great tips.
Monday
Morning
Departure.

The Prague Strahov Cup is organised by Spolek Pro Podporu Sportu. The club was founded in 1988. The Prague Strahov Cup is played at 3 locations in Prague, including a number of pitches in Strahov stadium.

The Prague Strahov Cup is played at 2 locations in the eastern part of Prague and a location in the western part around Strahov Uhríneves, including in and around Strahov stadium. Each location has plenty of changing rooms, a small restaurant or buffet with a barbecue, and snacks and drinks.

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Prague

Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and acts as a magnet for teams from all over Europe during Euro-Sportring. Although our teams obviously come for the international competition on the football field, Prague's historic centre is a UNESCO World Heritage site that’s not to be missed. There are lots and lots of hot spots to explore. A stroll through the epic centre of Prague and across the famous Charles Bridge is bound to draw a few excited ooohs and aaahs. Up for a bit of shopping? You have to be in the Nové Mesto district for that. You’ll find an amazing range of big chain stores and smaller shops over there. Then pick any one of the many fine terraces in the centre for a well-earned break from the shopping rush.

Strahov Stadium

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. The top football centre of Sparta Prague is based here.

Plus Prague Hostel
Hostel

Located in the Holešovice district, Plus Prague Hostel is separated from the capital’s historic city centre by the Vltava river. This neighbourhood has experienced an economic boom for a few years now, with bustling shopping streets running between huge, beautifully renovated buildings dating back to the start of the 1900s and fully refurbished factories. If you want to explore the picturesque city centre, you can hop on the metro for 10 minutes and head straight to Wenceslas Square. In addition to comfortable rooms, the Plus Prague Hostel has a café/bar, a pool table, satellite TV and an indoor swimming pool and sauna.

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A&O Prague Rhea
Hostel

The A&O Hostel Prague Rhea was recently renovated from the ground up and has undergone a total metamorphosis: playfully furnished rooms, a well thought-out public space and top-notch facilities guarantee an optimal stay in Prague. Our guests cannot help but feel at home in this modern accommodation. The location is also great: it only takes 12 minutes from the nearby metro station to the heart of the beautiful "old city".

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A&O Prag Metro Strizkov
Hostel

A&O Prague Metro Strizkov is a modern hostel situated in the neighbourhood of Strizkov, 5 kilometres north of Prague’s famous city centre. It takes 15 minutes to reach the centre by metro. The hostel has a TV lounge and free WiFi and is furnished in a cool, functional style.

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Prices mentioned are 'from' prices and are subject to availability. All information in this pricelist is based on the prices and taxes that are known on 1 July each year. Euro-Sportring reserves the right to change prices if costs and/or taxes increase in the intervening period. No rights can be derived from these prices. In addition to the cost of participation per person, an administration fee of € 150 / £140 per team will be charged.