Amper Pokal

30 - 31 May 2020
, Günding

A superb international field

international youth football tournament in Munich, germany: Amper Pokal
Participating countries: 
Czech Republic France Germany Italy Netherlands Switzerland

Munich is the city of the historic Marienplatz square with its beautifully decorated buildings, the city of Weißwurst sausages in Biergartens and the city of the Oktoberfest. When they think of Munich, car enthusiasts think of BMW but everyone else thinks of FC Bayern Munich and the Allianz Arena! A lot of football is played in Munich – you don't have to be among the elite to take part in a great tournament here

Age Categories: 
U09, U10, U11, U12, U13, U15, U17
Organiser: 
SV Günding und TSV Allershausen
Teams: 
90
First edition: 
2020
Friday
Afternoon /
Arrival


Arrival: check-in with welcome address and information from our on-site employee . You will be informed in person about your stay and the tournament.

Optional: tour of the Allianz Arena (1:00 pm – 6:00 pm)

Evening /
Free time.

See tourist information for some great tips. Option: a tour of the Allianz Arena.

Saturday
Daytime /
Opening ceremony with a team parade and national anthems at the sportspark of SV Günding. Start of the match programme.

The tournament will be held at a beautiful sports park in rural Günding, half an hour’s drive from Munich. The matches will be officiated by referees from the BFV.

Evening /
A night party with music and a campfire will be organised for the players.
Sunday
Daytime /
Continuation of the match programme. Qualification matches and finals followed by presentation ceremony.
Afternoon /
UEFA Respect ceremony: every participant receives a medal on the podium.
Evening /
Free time. See tourist information for some handy tips.
Monday
Morning
Departure

Optional: tour of the Allianz Arena (10:00 am – 6:00 pm)

Organiser

The organiser of the Amper Pokal is SV Günding. This club was established in 1969 and has around 20 teams in competiton.

Sport facillity

The sportscomplex of SV Günding consist of  three  11-a-side pitches, a 9-a-side pitch and a small pitch for the youngest age categories. Next to this there is a sportshalll with dressing rooms, showers and a typical Bavarian restaurant "Gastätte" where you can buy drinks and food during the tournament.

 

Munich

Folklore and modernity go hand in hand in Munich. Munich is the city of the historic Marienplatz and its beautifully decorated buildings. It is the city of the Oktoberfest with happy people in ‘lederhosen’ and ‘dirndl’ dresses. Car enthusiasts will no doubt think of BMW, but the main attraction is, of course, FC Bayern Munich and the Allianz Arena! The atmospheric centre is full of old Bavarian architecture, lively shopping streets and numerous terraces that are pleasantly filled during stretches of fine weather. Munich is definitely worth a visit!

Shopping and entertainment

Munich is perfect for shopping and good food. You’ll find shops, cafés and traditional Bavarian eateries on and around the central Marienplatz square. Would you like to supplement your vitamins after the games? If so, pay a visit to Munich's famous daily market, the Viktualienmarkt, near the Marienplatz. Here you can enjoy a wide range of cheap delicacies, like sausages, sandwiches and many other traditional Bavarian treats. Then go and enjoy it in the Biergarten. You’re welcome to bring your own food, as long as you buy your drinks in the Biergarten. So, it’s also a fine, budget-proof solution!

Allianz Arena

The Allianz Arena is the FC Bayern Munich stadium. The white exterior is illuminated in a wide spectrum of colours, so you can spot the stadium from a great distance. Always wanted to see the inside? Well, it is possible! Among many other things, you’ll also be able to enjoy a guided tour of the training complex during your visit. You can also visit the FC Bayern Experience. Here, you’ll learn everything about the club’s history and, after that, you can buy some great FC Bayern Munich souvenirs. It’s essential to make your booking well in advance, because the tours are very popular! Look here for more detailed information and to register.