Prince Daniel had a tight schedule when he visited Gothia Cup today. But when he left in the afternoon, he seemed happy and said that he might come back next year. The rain was pouring when Swedish prince Daniel arrived at Heden today. But just as he was escorted to Studio SKF to watch his favourite team AIK play against Cantalao AD from Peru, the sun broke through and the audience could put their umbrellas down. The prince got to see his AIK beat Cantalao by 3-2. Straight after the game, the prince headed to another field to watch a game in Kim Källström Trophy, the league that lets mentally challenged boys and girls play the Gothia Cup. Swedish team Grunden BOIS, attending with seven teams in Kim Källström Trophy, played well against French team Olympique Lyonnais. But the French were the better team and won. After having lunch at the Heden Centre, it was time for the prince to watch his third game of the day: a friendly game between two teams with players from all over the world, all of them picked out of the SKF Meet the World squad. Prince Daniel shook hands with all of the them before the game started. The prince watched it along with Dennis Andersson – general secretary of Gothia Cup – and Tom Johnstone, CEO of SKF. - We are honoured to see that Prince Daniel is interested in what we do. Gothia Cup is really all about football as a way to create understanding between people regardless of nationality, colour, religion, sex or physical condition, says Dennis Andersson.