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The Football Festival Denmark is hosted by two big Danish youth soccer clubs, AIA-Tranbjerg IF and Skovbakken. The event takes place every summer and has become one of the most attractive youth soccer tournaments in Scandinavia.

Taking place the last week of July in Århus, the 2nd largest city in Denmark, the tournament has grown up to 3rd biggest week-long tournament in Denmark attracting approximately 200 teams from 20 different nations.

The tournament is played on top class grass pitches and is open to all youth teams from U9 to U19 - both girls and boys.





Hosted by: Skovbakken
Location: Aarhus, Denmark
Dates: July 24-29
Setting: Outdoor/Grass
Youth/Adult: Youth
Ages: Boys – U9-U19
Girls – U13-U17
Format: U9-U12/Girls U13 – 7v7
All Others - 11v11
Level: Open and Elite
Gender: Boys & Girls
Cost: A-Card - €80-€165/player
B-Card - €40-€45/player
(See website for more details)
Application Deadline: May 1
Contact: Tournament Director
Contact Info: Email


Things To Do in Aarhus

Located on Jutland's eastern coast, and surrounded by beaches and woodlands, Århus is Denmark' second largest city after Copenhagen and is known as the region's cultural heart. It is an exuberant university communimty with a perfectly preserved old town and a recreated historic village, Den Gamle By.

One of the biggest draws is the Moesgard Museum of Prehistory, showcasing exhibits from the Stone Age to Viking times and home to the city's oldest and most famous resident, the 2000-year-old Grauballe Man.

The city is teeming with cafes, restaurants, clubs and cinemas and offers plenty for visiting soccer families to do between games.



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