Registration and costs


Registration and costs

Registration for Norway Cup 2017, the world’s largest youth soccer tournament is now open. To make sure you don’t miss out on an amazing week in Oslo filled with football, fun and friendships, register your team here. Deadline for registration is 15th April 2017.  Team registration fee has to be paid at the time of registration. Cost for participation in Norway Cup 2017 is: Card Team registration fee Participant fee A-card (school accommodation)   1800 NOK     2350 NOK per person   H-card (hotel accommodation)   1800 NOK   Single room (Thon Hotel): 5800 NOK per person Doble room (Thon Hotel): 4600 NOK per person Three-four-five-people room (Thon Hotel): 4200 NOK per person  D-card (no accommodation)   2500 NOK     300 NOK per person   Registration without participant card   7 aside team: 4900 NOK 9- and 11- aside teams: 5500 NOK […]

Norway Cup Fosters Referee Exchanges

By Krister Halvorsen Norway Cup, the world's largest youth football tournament, has in recent years seen the introduction of Norwegian Refereeing Development Groups attending as part of the NORCORE (Norwegian Centre of Refereeing Excellence) Programme established by the Norwegian Football Association in partnership with ex-Premier League Referee and UEFA Referee Committee Member David Elleray. Under [...]

Thank you!

A huge thank you to all volunteers, parents, referees, partners and last but not least the players that have made the past week so memorable! We’ve seen both sun and rain, had 34000 participants join us and seen 2199 teams playing a total of 6000 games over the past week. We hope you have all [...]

Brazilian shootout victory

A penalty shootout was needed to separate the teams in the boys’ junior class. Eventually Brazilian Rio Bancario were the ones to celebrate. […]

Final class Q: Big victory for LSK

The first half was an even affair between the two Norwegian teams LSK and Kolbotn. Both clubs have great traditions with top class female football teams, and they know each other well. This time though, LSK was the best team. After the break they scoret no less than five goals, and won the final comfortably. [...]

Final class Q17: Lyn won 3-0

The final match in the next to oldest girls group never managed to get too excting. Lyn had an excellent start, which resulted in 1-0 only minutes into the first half. Jenny Røsholm Olsen was the goal scorer from the Oslo girls. Thereafter Lyn received a corner. A defense player from Bøes tried to clear the situation but [...]

Langfjorden Overcome Monsoon Conditions

Langfjorden FK (Nordmøre & Romsdalen Fotballkrets) – Blindheim IL (Sunnmøre Fotballkrets) : 1-0 Class R (Girls Under 16 - 11-a-side) - Final Pitch 1, Ekeberg 6th August 2016 Report: Krister Halvorsen Photos: Peter Ibbotson In difficult conditions - we were treated to one of the most dramatic and unconventional finals in Norway Cup history. Torrential [...]

Final class C: Norway Cups top team win the gold medal, yet again!

Pequeninos Do Jockey and Kolbotn IL played an even final match under rainy skies on Ekebergsletta on Saturday Several goal chances and quick passes dominated the first half of the game. Pequeninos player Guilherme Estevarr Correa was the first to score 1-0 behind the goal keeper of Kolbotn four minutes in, before team member Bruno Demetrio de Oliveira shot [...]

Final, class A17: Golden Bremnes boys

After a good warm up, both teams were ready. Verdal wins a free kick in a dangerous position, but the shot was blocked. Bremnes seemed to try playing long balls, while Verdal would rather play short passes. Bremnes managed a few shots at the goal, but  Verdal's goalkeeper saved them. Vetle Stiklestad tackled a Bremnes player in a dangerous free [...]

Final class S: Finnish victory

The day's first match was played by PK-UK Black from Finland and Skedsmo from Akershus fotballkrets. From the kick off, both girl teams had several chances at scoring, but PK-UK Black eventually got the upper hand. The score was 0-0 until 5 minutes before full time when the Finns managed to break the deadlock and get the decisive 1-0 goal. [...]