Jadran Cup

12 - 13 June 2020
, Umag

It's simply magical.

International youth football tournament in Umag, Croatia: Jadran Cup
Participating countries: 
Austria Greece Czech Republic France Germany Italy Poland

Sun, sea, pine forests: the Jadran Cup is the right place for teams looking for a tournament in a relaxed environment! The Municipial Sports Center in Umag is located near the seaside resort of Umag. This is where many professional teams, and previously even the national Croatian team, come for their annual training camp. At the end of June, the sports complex becomes the main location for the Jadran Cup and is fully reserved for the youth of Europe. However, do not miss visiting  the beautiful 2000 year-old city of Porec, just a bit further South. Very highly recommended.

Age Categories: 
U10, U11, U12, U13, U14, U15, U17
Organiser: 
NK Veli Vrh
Teams: 
80
First edition: 
2019
Thursday
Afternoon /
Arrival: check-in with welcome and information from our on-site Euro-Sportring team in Umag

You will be informed in person about your stay and the tournament.

Evening /
Team leader meeting

Welcome reception arranged by the organisers for the team leaders.

Friday
Daytime /
Start of the match programme.

The tournament will be held at a beautiful sports parks in Umag with a Mediterranean ambience.

Evening /
Free programme

See tourist information for some great tips

Saturday
Daytime /
Continuation of the match programme

Qualification matches and finals followed by prize-giving ceremony.

Afternoon /
UEFA Respect ceremony

Every participant receives a medal on the podium.

Evening /
Free programme

See tourist information for several options

Sunday
Morning
Departure

Organiser

The Jadran Cup is organised by NK Veli Vrh in collaboration with the Istrian Football Association and the community of Umag.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sport facillity

The Jadran Cup takes place in the setting of a beautiful, atmospheric sports park a few hundred metres from the beach in the seaside town of Umag. The sports park is situated next to the impressive Stella Maris tennis stadium, where the annual ATP tournament takes place every summer. The parks offer four fine pitches and a variety of other facilities. During the tournament, the whole area is supplemented with various festive kiosks offering snacks and drinks.

Porec

The seaside resort of Porec (12,000 inhabitants) is situated on the west coast of Istria, about 60 kilometres from Trieste (IT). Thanks to its ideal location on the Adriatic, the Mediterranean climate, the impressive monuments in the attractive centre and the beautiful promenade, the city has grown into a famous tourist attraction. Despite its popularity, Porec has remained a friendly city with restaurants and cafés around the old harbour.

Istria

Istria is the largest peninsula in the Adriatic Sea and the most western province of Croatia. Istria boasts at least 445 kilometres of rocky coastline, making it a popular holiday spot for sun worshippers! The towns of Pula, Poreč and Umag are the most noteworthy tourist destinations. Istria has a pristine natural landscape with lakes and waterfalls, a rich centuries-old culture and hospitable people.

Aquacolors Poreč Water Park

Aquacolors Poreč is the largest water park in Croatia - for everyone from 0 to 100. 12 extra-long slides are sure to satisfy even the biggest water freaks. For families with small children, there is a large children's pool with all kinds of water activities, as well as several long family slides. Relax during a gentle swim around the 500m-long lazy river or in the large wave pool.

Umag

The seaside resort of Umag (13,000 inhabitants) is the first city you will reach when approaching Istria from western Europe, about 40 kilometres from Trieste (Italy). Thanks to its ideal location on the Adriatic coast, the Mediterranean climate and the impressive sports infrastructure, tournaments and sporting events take place all year round. During the Jadran Cup the European youth will have the opportunity to enjoy this beautiful location. Dobrodošli u Umag, welcome in Umag!