The Holland Cup

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Held at four beautiful sports parks in Almere, close to Amsterdam during Easter weekend and with around 250 teams from 11 countries around Europe.  The Holland Cup really is an international competition.  

Date:   Easter Weekend 11th & 12th April 2020

Age Groups:   Boys U9 to U19, Girls U12 to U19

Entrance fee:  For 1 team is included. Each additional team £180

Host Country:  Holland 

Organiser:  The Holland Cup is organised by FC Almere, AS'80, ASC Waterwijk and Sporting Almere with the active support of the city of Almere.

Sports Grounds:  The Holland Cup is played at four modern sports parks, all situated around the centre of Almere. The sports park has five to eight fields and a beautiful clubhouse with a big canteen and terrace. The sports parks have plenty of parking facilities.

Programme: Minimum of 5 matches are played with a duration of 2 x 15 minutes each way.

Format:
Boys U10 & U11 - 7v7; Boys U12 - 8v8; Boys U13 9v9 or 11v11; U14 to U19 - 11v11
Girls U13 - 8v8; U15 - 11v11;  U17 -11v11
Unlimited subs allowed for all 7v7 and 8v8, 5 subs all other formats.
 

Age Category
(male or female)

Born on or after

Players per team

Substitutes

U10

01-01-10

7

99

U11

01-01-09

7

99

U12

01-01-08

8

99

U13

01-01-07

9 or 11

5

U14

01-01-06

11

5

U15

01-01-05

11

5

U16

01-01-04

11

5

U17

01-01-03

11

5

U18

01-01-02

11

5

U19

01-01-01

11

5

 

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 Royal Dutch Football Association (KNVB).
Sunday 
Daytime: Continuation of the match programme. Qualification matches and finals followed by prize-giving ceremony at the sports parks. followed by a UEFA Respect ceremony.  At the UEFA Respect ceremony every participant receives a medal on the podium.

Participating Countries
Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, England, Scotland, Sweden 
Austria Belgium Czech Republic Denmark France Germany Italy Netherlands England Scotland Sweden

Things to do:  A stadium tour to the nearby Johan Cruijff Arena, the home ground of Ajax or why not visit the famous capital city of Amsterdam - there's so much to see and do!

Accommodation for The Holland Cup:   A choice of two excellent resorts with a wealth of facilities staying in comfortable holiday homes: