FC Barcelona and Spanish National Team player
This is how the cup works:
Stefan Johansson, Roslagsbro IF (2015)
“The memories created during the Mare Nostrum Cup last year will forever remain with us. We had incredible fun during these days down in beautiful Salou. An adventure that invited us to companionships, visits to Camp Nou, shopping at La Rambla and high-quality football with good and useful matches, fun to experience other football cultures thinking about how to play football at these ages. An incredibly well-organized tournament with a professional frame that was really appreciated by all of us.“
Adam Gürsoy, IFK Stocksund (2016)
“We were delighted with how the cup was organized and we love that many Spanish teams were participating. The level we thought was challenging and there was a good spirit in the air.
It was also interesting for us to be able to watch Spanish football close by when many of our matches were played in Salou, south of Barcelona, on the local club’s playing field. We got an insight into how the Spaniards train and how they have it at their facilities.
The cup was well organized and the accommodation well planned. We will definitely look at the opportunity and go back with Antonio from Football-Abroad next year.”
It is hard not to agree that the Spanish football school is the best in the world. The Spanish national team has won World Cup, and European Championships and many clubs international trophies.
The secret to the success of the Spanish football is the way they approach the education of their youth players. The philosophy of Spanish football is based on developing players from grassroots level with the country’s own game style and understanding of the football.
Playing a cup abroad is a really great way for players, parents and teams to do something together and meet other international players and teams.
There are a limited number of places. The first to sign gets the place.
Take the chance to go with your team, your players and your friends to a cup in Salou where you get the chance to play in the international arena, become more skilled football players, have fun and create amazing memories for life.
The beaches make Salou extra popular for tourist from all over Europe. At the center, there is life and movement and there are many restaurants, bars, and cafés. Salou has grown today with the neighboring town of Cambrils, which has a small picturesque harbor and older charming neighborhoods. Do you like a fun adventure is one of Europe’s leading amusement park, PortAventura World? If you want to experience Barcelona’s big city pulse, you’ll quickly get there with your friends and team via the train in just about one and a half hours.
Read more about one of Europe’s most visited amusement park in Salou, Salou is one of the largest resorts in the Costa Dorada and boasts stunning golden sandy beaches and a beautiful palm-lined promenade. Many teams from Allsvenskan train and train in the pre-season in Salou, such as Malmö FF, Hammarby IF, GIF Sundsvall, IK Sirius …
Salou is a true holiday paradise with a mild climate and one of Spain’s longest tourist seasons. If you like adventure you will also find one of Europe’s most visited parks, Port Aventura.