Girls Cup Maastricht

30 - 31 May 2020
, Maastricht

For power girls

International girls football tournament in Maastricht, the Netherlands: Girls Cup Maastricht.
Participating countries: 
Belgium Denmark France Germany Netherlands Switzerland

The Girls Cup Maastricht: truly a tournament for which you'll want to pack heels as well as football boots. The tournament is buzzing with activities – besides the international competition, the more than 100 volunteers lay on a glorious programme for their guests, featuring a show, a party and above all, hospitality in spades. The sports grounds on the edge of the gorgeous Limburg hills ooze homeliness. Fancy giving the ball a rest and splashing a bit of cash? In the beautiful and historic centre of Maastricht, you can shop to your heart's content.

Age Categories: 
Women (W-O), G13, G15, G17
VV Scharn, RKVV Keer
First edition: 
Afternoon /
Arrival: check-in with welcome address and information from our on-site employees at VV Scharn You will be informed in person about your stay and the tournament.
Evening /
Open house in the VV Scharn clubhouse.
Morning /
Opening ceremony with a show, parade and dance performance. Start of the match programme.

The tournament is held across two sports parks (five minutes apart from each other). Following the cup matches, a penalty cup competition will be held. The matches will be officiated by referees from the KNVB.

Evening /
Dance party with a DJ in the VV Scharn clubhouse.
Daytime /
Continuation of the match programme. Qualification matches and finals followed by the prize-giving ceremony with musical accompaniment.
Afternoon /
UEFA Respect ceremony: every participant receives a medal on the podium.
Evening /
Closing party in the VV Scharn clubhouse.


The Maastricht Girls Cup is organised by VV Scharn and is supported by the neighbouring VV Keer club.


Sport facillity

The Maastricht Girls Cup takes place at two locations situated about three or four kilometres from the city centre. The distance between the two sports grounds is three kilometres. The sports grounds border the rolling green landscape of Zuid Limburg. The organisers of the Maastricht Girls Cup have beautiful facilities featuring, among other things, eight pitches, two clubhouses with spacious canteens, and a terrace that features a party tent and kiosks.


Maastricht is located at the southernmost point of the Netherlands, and has a beautiful historic city centre. The streets around the Vrijthof, the city’s ‘living room’, so to speak, are teeming with stores, cosy terraces and restaurants. The Maastricht Trophy is held on the western side of the city, more or less on the border with Belgium.


Valkenburg is 15 kilometres from Maastricht. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Netherlands. The city has a friendly centre where visitors can experience all kinds of activities. Special attractions in Valkenburg include the Thermae 2000, a luxury thermal centre with various swimming pools, saunas and Turkish steam baths, and De Valkenier, an amusement park with a range of activities for all ages.