JULY 16-22, 2017, GOTHENBURG, SWEDEN
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The World Youth Cup

Gothia Cup is the world’s largest and most international youth football tournament. Each year, around 1700 teams from 80 nations take part and they play 4500 games on 110 fields.

It’s the teams, and participants from around the world that make the tournament unique. A meeting place for the world’s youth, irrespective of religion, skin color or nationality, with football as the common denominator.

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Game Schedule 2017

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Game schedule 2017

Please note that the schedule is preliminary until the tournament starts.

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The last win went to France

The last win went to France

In the final finale for tonight and the last match in the Gothia Cup, it was category B18 that would win a winner. Entente Sannois Saint Gratien met Örgryte IS and it was going to be a nail-biter.

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The American Dream

The American Dream

The last girls final of Gothia Cup 2017 was played in the Girls 17-category and it was NorCal PDP from USA who faced LB07 from Sweden. It was not a question about where the trophy were heading. The girls from "Cali" controlled the game from first to last minute and won 3–0. 

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Dreams of gold

Dreams of gold

It was a Right to Dream against a red-dressed TikiTaka who entered the plan to make up for the gold medal in the B17 Tipselit Trophy.

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A meetingplace for the youths of the world!

When it all began, no one could have imagined what the Gothia Cup, a small youth tournament, would become. It was 1975, and the concept of a tournament to which teams from abroad would also be invited was not only unique, it would also prove to be extremely successful. Another unique feature from the outset was that girls were involved in their own class.

The old, yellowing piece of paper still exists on which a number of young enthusiasts wrote down their visions for the new Gothia Cup. It states: ”The Gothia Cup shall be a meeting place for the young people of the world, regardless of colour, gender or religion.” This was written in 1981 and remains the guiding principle for the organisation to this day. With more than one million participants from 143 countries and with a name as the world’s biggest youth event, we can justifiably claim that we have succeeded.

We aim to provide an experience for all participants. The Gothia Cup – more than just football was an expression used for many years. A lot of resources were used on the opening ceremony and other spectacular events. The thought was that no one would travel the world around just to play some football matches.

We’ve always been associated with words like experience, encounters and international football. Right from the outset, the Gothia Cup had a high footballing status. Winning the Gothia Cup was and remains one of the finest things you can wish for as a young footballer. Nowadays it’s an achievement simply to take part.

Being involved in children’s issues away from football and outside Sweden has always been an important element of the Gothia Cup. Our significance beyond the sideline has increased. The schools in the Congo are an example of this. Another is the initiative known as the Kim Källström Trophy, a class for young people with developmental problems. A third is the Meet the World tournament, which is run in partnership with SKF in more than 20 poorer countries. All this is included in the Gothia Cup Foundation, a cooperation between Gothia Cup and the enterprise.

Dennis Andersson, General Secretary

Celebrate The Game

A fair play project

Celebrate the Game is a Fair Play project that Gothia Cup runs to create a better environment for everyone both on and off the playing fields. The project consists of several parts with different focus areas and will gradually expand.

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The Gothia Cup Aftermovie

This aftermovie sums up all the wonderful memories and moments that we together created during Gothia Cup in 2016.

Gothia eCup

Only for swedish players 2017.
Gothia eCup is this years big FIFA 17 tournament for players between 12 and 18 years old. The tournaments is beeing played right now and every week there are new chances of winning cool prizes and secure your spot at the grand final during the Gothia Cup this summer.

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What we do

Our main events

We believe that it is important to make a tournament a lifelong memory. With moments for everyone – moments of harmony and fellowship - moments where everyone comes togehter.

Opening Ceremony

The atmosphere surrounding the opening of the Gothia Cup is electric, enough to make you shiver with excitement. It’s a memory you’ll remember and smile at for the rest of your life.

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Leaders Party

What would Gothia Cup be without all our fantastic leaders that give so much of their time to their young people. Gothia Leaders Party should be a reward for all that hard work. Enjoy a colorful evening of wining, dining and entertainment among a couple of thousand other leaders from all over the world.

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The Finals

After one week of fighting it’s finaly time for the finals. In front of 25.000 spectators, 14 teams will become champions.

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