• Friendship


    The world gathers at the Gothia Cup.

  • Meet The World

    Meet The World

    New friends.

  • Tournament


    Meet The World tournament i South Africa

Meet The World

Meet The World is a project Gothia Cup runs together with SKF. The project, which consists of smaller tournaments around the world aims to create global meeting places for young people regardless of gender, social background, age, culture and religion. The tournaments are played throughout the world and the winning teams get the chance to travel to Gothenburg to represent their country and SKF in the Gothia Cup.

The project started in 2007 and by now more than 150 teams from 37 nations have had the opportunity to participate in The World Youth Cup through Meet The World.

Nations that have participated in Meet The World

Albania, Argentina, Brazil, Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, England, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Italy, Kenya, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Rumania, Russia, Zambia, Slovenia, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, USA, Croatia, Thailand.

SKF about the Collaboration

Love the game – share the joy
We love Gothia Cup because it lets young players from all over the world meet and learn about each other. Unfortunately a lot of kids can’t afford to come. That’s why SKF initiated the Meet the world tournaments. Meet the world is a tournament where the winning teams gets to go to Gothia Cup in Gothenburg to play in the greatest youth football tournament in the world with all expenses covered.

SKF- We make things spin

SKF is the leading global supplier of some of the most vital parts in basically anything that moves, from cars and aeroplanes to skateboards and dishwashers. If you are on a skateboard you are rolling on a little bit of SKF! The parts we make are called rolling bearings, seals, mechatronics and lubrication systems.

For more information about SKF, please visit www.skf.com

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