Madrid International Cup

5-9th April 2020

Introducing the Madrid International Cup, held in Spains capital City. In past seasons teams have taken part from Countries as diverse as The USA and China, Japan, Australia and Holland, Algeria, Morocco and Argentina, Peru, Haiti and Portugal. Every year between 50 and 75 teams enter across the various age groups.

You are invited to enjoy a tournament in a City that offers activities day and night, culture, history and modern entertainment. Do not miss this opportunity!

During your stay you can visit the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium, the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium or the Parque Warner Madrid, plus many other options. This truly is a prestigious tournament.

 

Click here to access our Madrid City Guide.

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Tournament Programme
Madrid International Cup

April 5th: Arrival of teams. Age control and collect documentation for the tournament.
April 6th: In the morning there will be an opening ceremony, whilst in the evening group stage matches begin..
April 7th: More matches in the group stage.
April 8th: Play Off matches and finals. For teams not qualified for this stage there is the possibility of an excursion.
April 9th: Teams depart.

Accommodation Options

Accommodation is provided in hotels that are at least 3 *** stars. You will stay in double, triple or quad rooms. Triple or quadruple rooms are double rooms with one or two additional beds respectively. All hotels have a TV lounge, cafe and bar. Every room has a bathroom.

Meals are full board from dinner on arrival day to lunch on departure day. All meals are taken at your hotel, almost always in the form of a buffet. water and wine are included in all meals.

Depending on the schedule of matches, you may have to order a picnic from the hotel the day before.

Free Time Options
Wanda Metropolitano Stadium

During your stay in Madrid there are many exciting places to visit if you wish. Why not take a city tour to see all the attractions in the city of Madrid?

Also available are tours of the two stadiums in the City.

The Bernabeu is home to Real Madrid whilst Wanda Metropolitano is Atletico Madrids’ stadium. Both offer the chance to visit those places that you only had pictured in your mind. Real myths, like the tunnel, the changing rooms, the bench, the pitch, the trophy rooms or the presidential box all await you on both Stadium tours.

Finally, we give you the chance to enjoy the Warner Park Madrid. This park is one of the most modern theme parks across Europe, especially for its attractions, many of them unique on the continent.The four roller coasters are the highest in Spain and Europe, the second free-fall tower highest in the world and dozens of other family attractions.

Getting There

The main International airport in Madrid is Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport  There are many airlines that fly there from the UK and Ireland. Below is a list of them and where they fly from.

Aer Lingus from Dublin.
Air Europa from London-Gatwick.
British Airways from London-Heathrow
easyJet from Edinburgh, Liverpool, London-Gatwick and London-Luton
Iberia/Iberia Express from Birmingham, Dublin, London-Gatwick, London-Heathrow and Manchester. Plus seasonally from Cork and Edinburgh
Norwegian Air Shuttle from London-Gatwick
Ryanair from Birmingham, Dublin, London-Stansted and Manchester

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