Tasmania Berlin Pokal

30 - 31 May 2020
, Berlin

"Berlin ist toll!"

Participating countries: 
Czech Republic France Germany Italy Netherlands

The Tasmania Berlin Pokal takes place in a very special place: right next to the runway of the former Tempelhof city airport. It’s known for the Berlin airlift in the late 1940s and is now the largest roller-skating rink in Berlin. Times may have changed but not the enthusiasm with which Tasmania Berlin eV organises their fun, international tournament. SV Tasmania Berlin has a beautiful sports park with four fields and a nice stadium, situated only five kilometres outside the city centre. Dynamic, creative, young and tenacious – throw these things into a pot, give it all a good stir and you’ve got a heady cocktail which is 'toll' (cool) indeed. You can’t only go to Berlin to play football, you also need to explore the city a bit.

Age Categories: 
Men (M-O), Men (M-O/7)
First edition: 
Afternoon /
Arrival: Arrival: welcome and information in the Tasmania Berlin e.V. clubhouse.
Evening /
Free time
morning /
Start of the tournament

The group winners will qualify for the next day. Other teams will be free to explore the city of Berlin

evening /
Barbecue at the sports park, followed by free time.
Daytime /
Placing matches and finals followed by the ceremonial prize-giving.
evening /
Free time


Tasmania Berlin eV was established in 1973 and has 20 teams and around 750 members.

Sport facillity

SV Tasmania Berlin has beautiful sports grounds in a park-like setting with four pitches, a fine stand at the main field and a large clubhouse. It also features a BBQ and terrace during the event. A 15-minute trip from the nearby metro station takes you to Alexanderplatz, right in the heart of the city.



Dynamic, creative, young and tenacious – throw these things into a pot, give it all a stir and you’ve got a heady cocktail which is 'toll' indeed. You'll be travelling to Berlin to play football, perhaps take a look at the landmarks and check out the nightlife. But the greatest reward to take from your trip to Berlin is to soak up the special atmosphere of the city as you wander the streets. The tournament will do the rest.


This former airport gave up that function in 2008 and has since developed to become a city park. Sports and games are at the heart of the park. Football, frisbee, kite flying, roller skating, walking, cycling, it all goes on here. The Tempelhofer Park is the largest park in the city. At 380 hectares, it leaves other popular parks such as Tiergarten (210 hectares) and Mauerpark (7.1 hectares) far behind in terms of area. Because the huge site is divided into large areas of lawn and old runways, it is ideal for both picnicking and sports use. And what is very important to Berliners; there are also special barbecue areas reserved for 'Bratwurst parties'.