Bavaria Cup

30 - 31 May 2020
, Karlsfeld

A fantastic host

International youth football tournament in Munich, Germany: Bavaria Cup
Participating countries: 
Austria Czech Republic France Germany Italy Poland Slovenia Switzerland

Organising international tournaments is in TSV Eintracht Karlsfeld and SV Günding’s DNA. The organisers have been welcoming tournament guests with open arms since 1999. The Bavaria Cup is now the oldest international tournament in the Munich region. Both organisers have ideal facilities for holding the tournament: an expansive sports park of which TSV Eintracht Karlsfeld’s park is even directly adjacent to a recreational park with a large natural pool and beach. And for football fanatics, there is another special attraction just fifteen minutes away: the Allianz Arena, home to Bayern Munich.

Age Categories: 
U09, U10, U11, U12, U13, U14, U15, U17
Organiser: 
TSV Eintracht Karlsfeld, SV Günding
Teams: 
100
First edition: 
1999
Friday
Afternoon /
Arrival: check-in with welcome address and information from our on-site employees at the Allianz Arena, the magnificent cutting-edge stadium that is home to FC Bayern Munich. 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.
Saturday
Daytime /
Start of the match programme. The tournament will be held at two nearby sports parks to the north of Munich. The matches will be officiated by referees from the BFV.
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 in the stadiums 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.

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

Karlsfeld and Günding

Nestled among green fields, it seems as though Karlsfeld (19,000 inhabitants) and Gündig (1,200 inhabitants) are far away from the pull of a major city. People have time for one another here. Still, the centre of Munich is just ten kilometres further on. It takes about 45 minutes by public transport to reach the old town. The Bavaria Cup is contested at the municipal sports park right near the town centre.  

Munich

Munich is the dazzling capital of Bavaria. It is a wonderful city for people of all ages. It's a 45 minutes ride by public transport from Karlsfeld. The partially car-free centre is bursting with old Bavarian architecture. When the weather is good, the city's residents come out to take a seat at long, wooden tables, where they enjoy a bratwurst and a drink together. The social quarter of Schwabing offers a lot of fun, but the social circuit of the Münchener Freiheit is also a concept inside and outside Munich.

Shopping

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Allianz Arena

The Allianz Arena is the home of FC Bayern Munich. The opening ceremony of the 2006 World Cup also took place here. This incredible, super modern stadium is a real eye-catcher. The building's transparent dome constantly changes colour. It is visible from a long way away. 

Organiser

The Bavaria Cup is organised by TSV Eintracht Karlsfeld und SV Günding. The club was established in 1950 and is one if the largest omni-sports clubs in Bavaria. The football division has 28 teams. Sv Gründing has 700 members and has 2 senior and 13 youth teams.

Sport facillity

The multi-functional TSV Eintrach Karlsfeld sports park has 5 football pitches, one of which is in a stadium. Of course, there are also changing rooms and a club house with a bar and restaurant. Furthermore the sports park is located next to Karlsfeld lake, where you can take a dip between matches. From the sports park, you'll need only 30 minutes by car or 45 minutes by public transport to get to Munich. SV Günding has 4 pitches and a clubhouse with changing rooms and a bar/restaurant for snacks and drinks.