Holland Cup

20 - 21 April 2019
, Almere

International competition

So get involved in the new edition!

Around 200 teams from 12 countries: now that's an international competition. With the Holland Cup, it's clear to see that football really is a world sport. Whether you're from Scotland or Italy, whatever language you speak - everyone shares the same passion. So get involved in the new edition! You'll be warmly welcomed in Almere, close to Amsterdam. The international competition takes place across four beautiful sports parks around the centre of Almere. And if you want to blow off a little steam, you can visit the nearby Johan Cruijff ArenA, the home grounds of Ajax or the famous centre of Amsterdam. It'll be a thrilling Easter weekend.. 

Netherlands
20 - 21 April 2019

Holland Cup

Almere
Age Categories: 
G13, G15, G17, U09, U10, U11, U12, U13, U14, U15, U16, U17, U19
Organiser: 
FC Almere, ASC Waterwijk, Sporting Almere & AS '80
First edition: 
1990
Teams: 
288
Games: 
5
Participating countries: 
Belgium Czech Republic Denmark France Germany Italy Netherlands Scotland
Northern Ireland
Luxembourg Sweden Switzerland
Friday
Afternoon
Arrival: check-in with welcome address and information from our on-site employees. You will be informed in person about your stay and the tournament.
Evening
Free time. See tourist information for some great tips.
Saturday
Morning
Start of the match programme. The matches will be played at four large sports parks around the centre of Almere. The matches will be officiated by referees from the KNVB.
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.

Almere

Almere (200,000 inhabitants) is directly across from Amsterdam. The 20-kilometre stretch of water known as the IJmeer separates the two cities. By train it takes just 20 minutes to reach the centre of Amsterdam. Almere itself is a planned city and has one of the largest shopping centres in the Netherlands. The Holland Cup is held at four sports parks, including the grounds of professional club FC Almere, within a 4-kilometre radius of the centre.

Amsterdam

Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands. You'll never get tired of it. The city is known for its historic canals, picturesque and often ancient buildings, the many museums, shopping streets, the many markets, the fascinating nightlife. The Anne Frank House, the Kalverstraat, the Dam, the Leidseplain, the Vondelpark - they're all fantastic sights. Take a tour of the canals and you'll see almost all of the 'must-see's' from the water.

Johan Cruijff ArenA

The Johan Cruijff ArenA is the football stadium of Ajax. It is also one of the largest multifunctional stadiums in Europe, where all the greatest artists in the world have performed. Visit the Johan Cruijff ArenA and enjoy a complete tour full of interesting facts and of course the unforgettable highlights of Ajax.

Organiser

The Holland Cup is organised by FC Almere, AS'80, ASC Waterwijk and Sporting Almere. These clubs have a combined total of 300 youth teams and 6000 members. Each sports park has at least 5 pitches. Furthermore, each location has a lovely club house with changing rooms, showers and a large canteen with a terrace. The Amsterdam ArenA is half an hour's drive by car from the sports parks. From there, you can make use of the fantastic park and ride (P&R) facilities and take the metro or tram to Amsterdam city centre.

Sport facillity

The Holland Cup is played at the 4 modern sports venues of the organising teams, which are located close to the centre of Almere. Each sports park has at least 5 pitches. Futhermore, each location has a lovely club house with changing rooms, showers and a large canteen with a terrace. By car, you can get to the Johan Cruijff ArenA within half an hour from the sports parks. There, you have fantastic park and ride (P&R) facilities so you can then take the metro or tram to Amsterdam city centre.