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Soccer Tournaments in Italy

Soccer tournaments in Italy are hosted with a certain swagger that automatically comes from being world champions. Even before the Azzuri's World Cup final victory over France, there were few countries in the world more soccer crazy than Italy.

Now the country is even more in love with the sport they call calcio, and that'ust one more reason to try one of the many soccer tournaments Italy has to offer.

Italy is also a fantastic travel destination with its beautiful and historic cities, scenic countryside, superb beaches and excellent food and wine. In the north of the country is the Italian soccer capital of Milan. No visit to this fascinating city would be complete without a trip to the magnificent San Siro stadium, the shared home of both Inter and AC Milan .

The Adriatic resorts of Rimini, Cattolica and Lido offer superb beaches which can be combined with excursions to Florence, San Marino or Venice. And, of course, the chance to see Rome should not be missed.

As with most European countries, there are a great many more soccer tournaments for boys and men than there are for girls and women. Notable exceptions include the San Marino and Valtellina Cups in July and the Garda Cup in October.

Here, then, is our directory of soccer tournaments in Italy.

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If you are the director of a soccer tournament in Italy, you can have your event listed here by filling out our soccer tournament submission form. If you can send us a logo, too, and a brief description of the event, we'll get you listed right away.



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