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Hasselt Cup

03 - 04 Aprile 2021
, Hasselt
Trump cards
International youth football tournament in Belgium: Hasselt Cup
Paesi participanti: 
Belgium Denmark France Germany Netherlands Switzerland

The organisers of the Hasselt Cup have two fantastic trump cards up their sleeve: the lovely centre of Hasselt, the provincial capital of Belgian Limburg, and two huge, glorious sports parks. This combination works brilliantly: since it began in 2000, the Hasselt Cup has always been packed to the rafters. Organisers RC Hades and Zonhoven United provides tons of football in laid-back surroundings, just a few kilometres from the centre of Hasselt. Insiders know that the central area around the 'Grote Markt' (the Grand Square) has a lot of offer. Hasselt Cup: welcoming and sociable.

Categorie: 
Pulcini (U10), Pulcini (U11), Esordienti (U12), Esordienti (U13), Giovanissimi (U14), Giovanissimi (U15), Allievi (U17), Juniores (U19)
Organizzato da: 
RC Hades, Zonhoven United
Numero di squadra: 
150
Prima edizione: 
2000

The Hasselt Cup is organised by Racing Club Hades and Zonhoven United. RC Hades is a club of some 500 members, a large number of whom are young members. For the organisation of the Hasselt Cup, the club collaborates closely with the municipality of Hasselt. Founded in 2018, Zonhoven United is a merger club of Zonhoven VV and Melo Sport and comprises 30 youth  teams. Zonhoven United has plenty of enthusiastic volunteers to make sure the tournament runs smoothly.

 

The Hasselt Cup event is held in Hasselt-Kiewit and nearby Zonhoven, four kilometres from the centre of Hasselt. Both sports grounds offer six-seven pitches, a spacious canteen/clubhouse and a cosy terrace. The Hasselt-Kiewit location will also feature a large hospitality tent during the event.

Hasselt

Hasselt (70,000 residents) is the capital of the Belgian province of Limburg. The city has a pleasant urban centre which is hundreds of years old. There is a wide range of hotels and restaurants on Grote Markt square, where visitors and residents can sit on the terrace for a drink and a bite to eat. There are several popular shopping streets in and around the market square. One special aspect of the city is that the centre is pedestrianised. The sports park is located in green surroundings four kilometres from the city centre. In a nutshell: shopping, cafes-bars with terraces, hitting the largest club in Belgium, visiting museums, discovering restaurants, cycling through the leafy outskirts and plenty more. Hasselt has something for everyone. 

Action Park Kiewit

Think you’ll have any energy left after all those matches? If so, why not get in on the action at Action Park Kiewit? You and your team will have three hours to tackle four activities. You can choose from, among other things, a rope track, water trail, climbing wall and BMX slope. We’re prepared to bet that you’ll be tired after all that! There’s also the municipal swimming pool for those who prefer to take it a bit easier. There are two large pools, a water slide and whirlpools; so, you can choose to go wild or just relax. And the best thing is: both are located within a very short distance of the sports fields!

Plopsa Indoor Hasselt

Weather’s bad, but still want to go out and have some fun? Then Plopsa Indoor Hasselt is just the place for you. It’s where all your Studio 100 heroes come to life; from Maya the Bee to Piet Piraat and from Mega Mindy to K3. Take a boat ride, try the bumper cars, or fly down one of the highest slides in Belgium. If you take your whole team, the entrance fee is only €11.99 per person. It’s the perfect plot for a truly successful competition weekend!