You do not often they encounter a sports park of 24 hectares with 12 fields, 27 dressing rooms, two beautiful sport halls with stands, a restaurant, a clubhouse and a stadium for 10,000 spectators. This complex is the home base of Haderslev FK and from the Soenderjyske professionals who play at the top level in the Danish Superliga. At Whitsun, the Haderslev Cup will have a grandiose kick off at this unique complex. And everyone is welcome! The organiser, Haderslev FK, is going for a broad international field and for each team, a weekend full of exciting competition, from the beginning until the end of the tournament.
A beautiful sports park and the home ground of professional club SønderjyskE, which plays in the Danish Superliga. You will be informed in person about your stay and the tournament.
Haderslev (31,000 inhabitants) is located on the south-east coast of Jutland, 50 km from both the German border and Fredericia on the E45. The old city on the fjord has a charming historic centre with nice car-free shopping streets, and here and there a small square with a café terrace. The sports park is a 10 minute walk from the old city, just go down Louisevej and you're there.
Around 12 km from Haderslev, you'll find Vojens Hallerne indoor swimming pool: a modern pool with numerous features, including a slide, spa, sauna and a steam bath. You can also enjoy a whizz round the indoor skating hall.
Haderslev Football Club (HFK) was established in 1906. Today, the club has 1,100 active football players across more than 60 youth teams - boys and girls - and 11 senior teams. The first men's team plays at the highest level in the Danish Superliga, while the first ladies' team plays in the national 2nd division. HFK's key focus is the training of footballing talent in Zuid Jutland. Over the years, the club has organised a number of annually recurring activities. At the beginning of the year, the annual HFK Festival takes place - a one-day festival with matches, games, food and drink for all HFK members, friends and families.
Haderslev FK's home is found at the Haderslev Idraetscenter, with a 24 acre sports park with 12 pitches, 27 changing rooms, two magnificent sports halls with stands, a restaurant, a club house and a stadium that can hold 10,000 spectators.