Dana Cup 2011 International Youth Soccer Tournament: Promo Video:http://www.womenssoccerunited.com/video/dana-cup-2011-international-youth-soccer-tournament-promo-video

Tournament starts:

The tournament will start with a collective march into Hjørring Stadium on Monday the 23rd of July at 7.30 pm.

 

First rounds:
The first rounds are played on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The teams are put into groups of 4 or possibly 5 teams, with each team meeting each other.

 

Second rounds:
the second rounds are played on Thursday and Friday.
The second round will operate on a knock out basis. The first and second ranked teams from the first rounds will play in the second round A, while the remaining teams will play in the second round B.

 

Finals:
The finals are played on Friday and Saturday.
All the finals in the 7 a side classes, as well as the A finals in classes B 17 (boys), G -19 (girls), G-17 (girls) and G -13 (girls) will be played on Friday. All other finals will be played on Saturday.
Classes, age limits and playing times

11 a side

First rounds
Second rounds and finals
B-19
Boys born 1.1.1993 or later
2 x 25 minutes
2 x 30 minutes
B-17
Boys born 1.1.1995 or later 2 x 25 minutes 2 x 30 minutes
B-16 Boys born 1.1.1996 or later 2 x 25 minutes
2 x 30 minutes

B-15 Boys born 1.1.1997 or later 2 x 25 minutes 2 x 30 minutes
B-14 Boys born 1.1.1998 or later 2 x 20 minutes 2 x 25 minutes
B-13 Boys born 1.1.1999 or later 2 x 20 minutes 2 x 25 minutes

G-19 Girls born 1.1.1993 or later 2 x 25 minutes 2 x 30 minutes
G-17 Girls born 1.1.1995 or later 2 x 25 minutes 2 x 30 minutes
G-16 Girls born 1.1.1996 or later 2 x 25 minutes 2 x 30 minutes
G-15 Girls born 1.1.1997 or later 2 x 25 minutes 2 x 30 minutes
G-14 Girls born 1.1.1998 or later 2 x 20 minutes 2 x 25 minutes
G-13 Girls born 1.1.1999 or later 2 x 20 minutes 2 x 25 minutes

7 a side
B-12 Boys born 1.1.2000 or later 2 x 20 minutes 2 x 25 minutes
B-11 Boys born 1.1.2001 or later 2 x 20 minutes 2 x 25 minutes
G-12 Girls born 1.1.2000 or later 2 x 20 minutes 2 x 25 minutes

Dana Cup is played by rules that are approved by DBU (The Danish Soccer Association) and FIFA.
Only teams who are members of a FIFA approved soccer association can play in the tournament. 

 

Girls Finals timetable:

A-finals Friday the 27th of July 2012 – Hjørring Stadium (Field 1)

Kl. 12.30 Class G-12 (girls) Field 1
Kl. 16.15 Class G-13 (girls) Field 1
Kl. 17.30 Class G-17 (girls) Field 1
Kl. 18.45 Presentation of Fairplay trophies Field 1
Kl. 20.30 Class G-19 (girls) Field 1
Kl. 21.45 Presentation of bronze medals to all classes Field 1
Kl. 22.30 Fireworks show Field 1
A-finals Saturday the 28th of July 2012 – Hjørring Stadium (Field 1)

Kl. 08.00 Class G-16 (girls) Field 1
Kl. 11.45 Class G-15 (girls) Field 1
Kl. 13.00 Presentation of the best club trophy Field 1
Kl. 14.45 Class G-14 (girls) Field 1
B-finals Friday the 27th of July 2012 – FREM-Parken
Kl. 19.00 Class G-12 (girls) Field 29
Kl. 19.30 Class G-13 (girls) Field 22
Kl. 19.30 Class G-19 (girls) Field 21
Presentation of the trophies at the FREM’s clubhouse straight after the games.

 

B-finals Saturday the 28th of July 2012 – Fortuna’s and HI’s Fields

Kl. 09.00 Class G-14 (girls) Field 3
Kl. 09.00 Class G-15 (girls) Field 11
Kl. 09.00 Class G-16 (girls) Field 13
Kl. 09.00 Class G-17 (girls) Field 15

 

Source: danacup.com

Logo: danacup.com

 

More information on the tournament see here: 

0 Comments
  1. Women's Soccer United 7 years ago

    I remember a similar debate when England FA invested 3 million into women’s football and there were concerns that it was a ‘waste’ of money… Which is laughable when you think how much money is flying around the men’s game!

     

    It makes me so angry reading articles with the most ridiculous statements (I know they are written to provoke reaction, so I have to take my time not to respond straight away haha). True women’s football fans have managed to follow the women’s game (and amazingly can name players… Shock), without the help of the major support the men’s game gets. 

     

    Again, this just re-emphasises the beauty of organisations like Women’s Soccer United and the amazing work the fans and teams do to support and grow the women’s game regardless of any negativity.

     

    I think money well spent for the Scottish women’s football and their national team, who I believe will qualify the next major women’s football tournament.

Leave a reply

©2019 WOMEN'S SOCCER UNITED. All rights reserved.

Log in with your credentials

Forgot your details?