YOUTH FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT
CATEGORIES and OPEN
Boys: 03 - ‘04 - ‘05 - ‘06 - ‘07 - ‘08 - ‘09 - ‘10 - ‘11 - ‘12 - ‘13
Girls: ’07 / Open age: 5-a-side, 7-a-side
The 2006 edition hosted 125 teams, in 2007 there were 193 teams, the 2008 and 2009 editions hosted 236 and 249 teams respectively, in 2010 and 2011 there were 213 and 199 teams, in 2012, 2013 and 2014 there where 151, 112 and 158 teams respectively, the 2015 edition hosted 158 and the one in 2016 168 teams, in 2017 there where 198 teams, two years ago the teams were 160 and the 2019 edition hosted 123 teams.
Every club needs to pay a registration fee per team and a participation fee per person that includes the accommodation; the amount is the same for athletes, coaches, managers, supporters (families) etc.
Loans are allowed (3 max) exclusively in the categories U17 - U16 - U15 and U14, only with the regular authorization of FIGC.
Cat. U17 : 2 x 30 min
Cat. U16 + U15 (Maschile e Femminile) + U14: 2 x 25 min
Cat. U13 (Maschile e Femminile)+ U12: 2 x 20 min
Cat. U11 + U10 + U9 + U8 + U7: 2 x 15 min.
Technical variations may occurr.
3 matches per team
4 matches for U13 e U12
5/6 matches for U11, U10, U9
6 synthetic pitches in the Sports Centre Romagna Centro
25 pitches in natural grass nearby Cesena, Cesenatico and Bellaria (sports facilities are within 2 to 25 km from each other; consider the same distance between the sports centre and your hotel)
We will provide game balls only.
Drinking water for athletes
Tournament staff and referees will be present on site.
An ambulance will always be on site.
|Abb.||Category||Born after||Numbers of players|
|U17||Allievi||01 January 2003||11 players|
|U16||Allievi Sper.||01 January 2004||11 players|
|U15||Giovanissimi||01 January 2005||11 players|
|U14||Giovanissimi Sper.||01 January 2006||11 players|
|U13||Esordienti Misti a 9||01 January 2007||9 players|
|U12||Esordienti Sp. a 9||01 January 2008||9 players|
|U11||Pulcini secondo anno a 7||01 January 2009||7 players|
|U10||Mini Pulcini primo anno a 7||01 January 2010||7 players|
|U9||Primi Calci a 5||01 January 2011||5 players|
|U8||Primi Calci a 5||01 January 2012||5 players|
|U7||Primi Calci a 5||01 January 2013||5 players|
|G13||Femminile Esordienti||01 January 2007||11 players|
|Open Calcio a 7||Open Age 7x7||Open age||7 players|
|Open Calcio a 5||Open 5x5||Open age||Calcio a 5|
|8-9 beds||€ 99|
|3 beds||€ 99|
|Double room||€ 107|
|Single room (One room every 20 people)||€ 123|
|4 beds||€ 109|
|3 beds||€ 109|
|Double room||€ 117|
|Single room (One room every 20 people)||€ 133|
|4 beds||€ 116|
|3 beds||€ 116|
|Double room||€ 124|
|Single room (One room every 20 people)||€ 140|
|4 beds||€ 125|
|3 beds||€ 125|
|Double room||€ 133|
|Single room (One room every 20 people)||€ 149|
|4 beds||€ 143|
|4 beds||€ 143|
|Double room||€ 151|
|Single room (One room every 20 people)||€ 168|
THE ADRIATIC COAST NEVER CEASES TO AMAZE YOU
Italy means beaches, amusement parks, spa havens, archaeological and artistic treasures, football and major events. Welcome to the Adriatic coast, where efficiency, courtesy and accessibility are simply unique.
MILANO MARITTIMA, CERVIA, PINARELLA, TAGLIATA: visit Milano Marittima with its fashionable boutiques, the always-busy clubs and the garden-like roundabouts. Don’t miss Cervia with its salt pans and fishing nets on the harbour, Garibaldi Square and the Spas.
CESENATICO: This town preserves its maritime identity with its beautiful harbour - designed by Leonardo da Vinci five centuries ago. Thanks to its excellent cuisine - based on centuries-old seafaring traditions -, modern hotels, restaurants and ice cream shops, Cesenatico attracts half a million tourists every year and was awarded the European Capital of Hospitality and Beach Resort. Don’t miss the Maritime Museum, an open-air floating museum that hosts ten typical sailing boats of the Adriatic tradition, which were once used for fishing and marine traffic.
BELLARIA: this modern seaside resort combines the magic of the Italian tradition with sandy beaches and blue sea, wonderful seafood restaurants, parks and sport centres. Don’t miss modern hotels, shopping centres, bars and pubs and a full calendar of festivals and events. Bellaria is the perfect place for families, where children can be the protagonists of the holiday.
CITIES and VILLAGES
SAN MARINO: the Independent Republic perched on Mount Titano. Immerse yourself in the suggestive districts, the paths that climb up to the three medieval towers. Ancient fortified walls bring to stunning views of the surrounding areas.
SAN LEO: it is the entrance door of the Montefeltro, with an intact historical centre, suspended among clouds, anchored to a mighty boulder. There is an ancient Romanesque church near the Cathedral and the Medici Palace, the Fortress where Cagliostro, the famous alchemist, was prisoner.
CESENA: visit the Rocca Malatestiana (Malatestian Fortress) and the beautiful Biblioteca Malatestiana (Malatestian Library), the first public library in Europe, listed in UNESCO Memory of the World Register; moreover, in Cesena there’s a mouth-watering delight to be tried in every corner!
RAVENNA: explore its wealth of art treasures, its Byzantine basilicas decorated with the breath-taking mosaics. Eight of Ravenna’s monuments are part of UNESCO World Heritage. Among fine sand dunes, you will find popular beach resorts and lush pine forests.
BERTINORO: enjoy a taste of typical food and wine.
SANTARCANGELO: a medieval citadel full of history, art and traditional food culture.
GRADARA: the famous citadel of Paolo e Francesca, described in Dante's Inferno.
FAENZA: worldwide famous for its ceramics.
BRISIGHELLA: one of the most beautiful villages in Italy.
Discover Emilia Romagna's natural beauty: Cesenatico - Cesena - Forlimpopoli - Santa Sofia Ridracoli - Corniolo - Campinga - Cesenatico (approximately 150 km). Spend a day getting to know our natural environments by car or by bus.
|Year||Category||Winner||Second position||Third position||Marker||Goalkeeper|
|2019||Allievi||FUTBALL CAVA (FC)||REAL NETO (KR)||CAPRIOLO 1912 (BS)|
|2019||Giovanissimi 2004-2005||CAPRIOLO 1912 (BS)||VALBIDENTE (FC)||CITTà DI FASANO (BR)|
|2019||Esordienti 2006||CENTRO SCHIAFFINO 1988 (MI)||SPINESE ORATORIO (CR)||POL.VALMADRERA (LC)|
|2019||Esordienti 2007 Blue||JANUS NOVA 2017 (PD)||NUOVA COMETA S.MARIA (VR)||PAVULLO (MO)|
|2019||Esordienti 2007 White||CENTRO SCHIAFFINO 1988 (MI)||RC CESENA (FC)||POL.DI NOVA MILANESE (MB)|
|2019||Pulcini 2008 Blue||CENTRO SCHIAFFINO 1988 (MI)||VALLESTURA CALCIO (GE)||POL.COLVERDE (CO)|
|2019||Pulcini 2008 White||RC CESENA (FC)||CENTRO SCHIAFFINO 1988 (MI)||CASTELVECCHIO FEMMINILE (FC)|
|2019||Pulcini 2009||JUGEND NEUGRIES (BZ)||CENTRO SCHIAFFINO 1988 (MI)||FERMIGNANO CALCIO (PU)|
|2018||Allievi 2001||IUVENES CAPERGNANICA (CR)||UPD VIGOLZONE 1968 (PC)||CAPRIOLO 1912 (BS)|
|2018||Allievi 2002||ARZIGNANO VALCHIAMPO (VI)||SERENISSIMA (MI)||CITTà DI FASANO (BR)|
|2018||Giovanissimi 2003||COUNTRY SPORT (AV)||CASTREZZATO (BS)||ATL.SCIPIONE NOCCIANO (PE)|
|2018||Giovanissimi 2004||AUDACE (PR)||ARZIGNANO VALCHIAMPO (VI)||CENTRO FORMAZIONE LAZIO CASSINO (LT)|
|2018||Esordienti 2005 White||SANTA SABINA (PG)||UNIVERSAL SOLARO (MI)||CITTA DI FASANO (BR)|
|2018||Esordienti 2005 Blue||FC ACQUI (AL)||SERRAMAZZONI (MO)||VILLAPIZZONE (MI)|
|2018||Esordienti 2006 Blue||GES MONZA (MB)||SANTA SABINA (PG)||VILLAPIZZONE (MI)|
|2018||Pulcini 2007 White||PRO SETTIMO EUREKA (TO)||VIRTUS S.GIORGIO A CREMANO (NA)||PROGETTO GIOVANI (NA)|
|2018||Pulcini 2007 Blue||PRO SETTIMO EUREKA (TO)||FC ACQUI (AL)||ACADEMY PORCARI (LU)|
|2018||Pulcini 2008 White||PROGETTO GIOVANI (NA)||VALLESTURA (GE)||BARCA RENO (BO)|
|2018||Pulcini 2008 Blue||UNIVERSAL SOLARO (MI)||BRUSAPORTO GIOVANILE (BG)||GSD LUISIANA (CR)|