Once again, this time of the year around, the prestigious Coca Cola Cup – Hellas did kick off in the city of Volos, specifically in Volos Football Land.
Although until early this morning it was raining heavily the Gods decided to enjoy the tournament and a 180-degrees weather change occurred; the Gods blessed us with a warm and sunny spring climate.
Consequently, a tremendous number of young players gathered (and are still gathering as these lines are been written) to take part in the Coca Cola Cup – Hellas.
First day of the tournament and although it is very difficult to specify the exact number of visitors in Volos Football Land, but they have surpassed the barrier of a view thousands already. 🙂
All that we can say is: we wish to all football teams the best and hope that you will have a great time guys. 🙂
Videos (take a glimpse inside):
For “sneak peeks” click on the videos below and get a glimpse on the tournament.
We will update the material frequently and keep our readers up to date! 🙂
Specifics about the Coca Cola Cup – Hellas:
The Coca Cola Cup – Hellas will be carried out in 17 cities all across Greece.
The age-groups that are allowed to participate are:
- Age of 13-14 ετών: Born in 2002 and 2003
- Age of 15-16 ετών: Born in 2000 and 2001
- Age of 17-19 ετών: Born in 1997, 1998 and 1999
A team can become National Champion (of its respective age-group) as follows:
- Win the city’s championship (<— City’s / Region’s Champion)
- Win the prefecture finals (<— Champion of the Prefecture), the Prefecture of Thessaly is comprised of 4 Regions
- Win the National Finals (<— National Champion)
Regarding the tournament schedule for Volos:
–> The City’s/Region Championship (Volos, Volos Football Land):
March 19 – 20 and 26 – 27.
–> The Prefecture Finals (Volos, Volos Football Land): April 3.
–> National Finals (Athens): May 24.
The tournament in Volos Football Land does receive the following Media coverage:
- Newspapers (Local and National)
- Websites (Local and National)
- Local News Channels
- Novasports TV (One of the two biggest National Sports TV channels, NovaSports TV – it’s like Greece’s ESPN)