For the forth time Kim Källström Trophy is an important part of Gothia Cup. 30 teams from 13 nations are fighting hard in games at Kviberg. Switzerland is visiting the class for the first time.
The interest for Kim Källström Trophy is spreading fast around the world and the project manager Kristina Sager is busy developing the tournament. But her main goal is very clear.
– I hope everyone will have a great experience and that all teams and players would like to return next year, she says.
Tomorrow evening is the Players Evening where the teams can socialize.
– It is an important part of KKT. There will be beachvolleyball and other fun activities, says Sager
Can the tournament grow even larger?
– Up until now we have had a maximum of 30 teams, but now there are more teams interested to participate. We are working hard to be able to expand the tournament for next year. The interest for this tournament is spreading fast around the world. I have spoken to representatives from big countries like India, who would like to register, says Kristina.
It is so great watching the players giving their best and showing their love to football. If you can you should come by and see this proud teams play at Kviberg. The finals are played on Thursday.