San Marino Cup

6-11th July 2020

San Marino Cup is the largest Italian international youth soccer tournament for boys and girls. 2020 will be the 19th edition. Teams enter from across the World; in past years teams have travelled from Algeria, Argentina, Canada, England, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Morocco, Norway, Peru. San Marino,Tanzania and the USA that’s more than 3000 participants!

The matches will be played in San Marino, Riccione, Misano and Bellaria. At your disposal will be changing rooms, physio rooms, showers, official balls and first aid. As an added attraction, the opening and closing ceremonies and some of the finals will be held in the national stadium of San Marino! This is your chance to play where the national teams of England, Germany, Holland and Spain have played.

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Tournament Location and Accommodation
San Marino Cup

The beaches of Riccione/Rimini and Misano are known all over the world and are considered the diamonds of the Adriatic coast. They have very fine sand and with the sunshine from daybreak to sunset this is one of the most important attractions that the cities offers its guests.

For those looking for nice alternatives to sunbathing, relaxing at the many bars and restaurants on the beach is a great choice not to be missed.

At sunset when lights are on, time for ‘happy hour’ begins; cocktails and exotic fruits, music and barefoot dancing on the beach. Among other opportunities…. dinner pubs are the newest fine cuisine with lounge music; then street bars and live-music places.

Hotel Oberon

There are a great selection of 2 star, 3 star, 3 star superior and 4 star hotels available to you and all of them suitable for your team needs and budget.

Some of the hotels are located in the San Marino Republic and some on the beach just a few minutes walk from the sea. All of the hotels are in good location, very close to restaurants, city centres pubs, clubs and shops.

Each of the hotel offers single, twin, triple and quad rooms, simply let us know your requirements .

The accommodation package includes two meals a day (breakfast and dinner) which are always served at the hotel and if you want to include lunch we’ll provide this at extra cost.

Tournament Programme
San Marino Cup Opening Ceremony

Sunday July 6th: Arrival at the tournament headquarter in San Marino for the check-in. The team will get all the information and documents to participate in the event. Remember to bring with you players passports in order to check the age even if you have already sent copies to the tournament! (All the teams must be at the check-in no later than 07.00 pm) Final transfer to your selected hotel and check-in.

Monday July 7th: After breakfast, the qualification games begin. Leisure time during the day depending on
your tournament schedule. Tonight: Opening ceremony at 09.30 pm.

Tuesday, July 8th: After breakfast, qualification games continue in the morning and in the afternoon, depending on your tournament schedule.

Wednesday, July 9th: Tournament games. Tonight Coaches party for 2 coaches of each team.

San Marino Cup

Thursday, July 10th: After breakfast, the last quarter finals and semi-final games for all categories are played.Tonight at 09.30 p.m. the tournament disco will open. It is reserved for all boys and girls attending the tournament in San Marino. For adults only, train Pubs tour in the San Marino Republic.

Friday, July 11th: After breakfast, check-out of your hotel and final games per each category in the morning and in the early afternoon.

At the end of all finals, prize-giving ceremony with medals for all players and trophies for winners of each category.

Saturday, July 12th: Extra night and Teams departure

Things To Do During Your Free Time
San Marino

Visit San Marino Republic.

This is the oldest republic in the world and is 657m above sea level yet only 6 miles from the Adriatic Ocean.

The 61 sq km Repubblica di San Marino boasts an old town worth a visit; the views all around are quite spectacular.

The Three Towers of San Marino are located on the three peaks of Monte Titano in the capital.

San Marino is a magnet for millions of tourists every year, a variety of shops selling hand-crafted items and souvenirs offer diversified shopping opportunities and fun!


Aquafan – Europe’s most popular water park!

Established in 1987 in the hills around Riccione its a 90,000 sq m area where you will find spectacular slides totalling over 3 kms – from Kamikaze to Tobogas, from Extreme River to Speedriul, from Twist to Fiume Lento (“Slow River”), down to the latest super family-sized slide, StrizzaCool.

Come play in the vast wave pool, where ocean-sized waves are created by special machines.

Getting There
Bologna Airport

Rimini has an airport but only Ryan Air flies there from London-Stansted. The same applies to Ancona which is 53 miles away. only Ryan Air flies there from London-Stansted.

Bologna is 77 miles away. These airlines fly there from the UK and Ireland:

Aer Lingus (seasonal) from Dublin. BA from London-Heathrow. easyJet from London-Gatwick. Ryan Air from Edinburgh, London-Luton, London-Stansted and Manchester, plus seasonal from Bristol and Dublin.

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