Donosti Cup and Spanish Soccer Federation
An amazing cultural and soccer experience in Spain
eSoccer is proud to offer you an amazing cultural and soccer experience in Spain as the preferred Donosti Cup travel partner for North American teams. Starting in Madrid, you will spend a few days training and preparing before you travel to San Sebastian (Northern Spain) to take part in one of the best international soccer tournaments in the world – THE DONOSTI CUP!
Your stay in Madrid will include training sessions with Spanish Soccer Federation coaches and a competitive friendly game against a local Spanish youth team, as well as cultural sightseeing. You will visit one of the most impressive stadiums in Europe, the Santiago Bernabeu, as well as its spectacular museum, trophy room, and megastore. You also might have the option to stay and train at the City of Football Spanish Soccer Federation, home of the 2010 World Cup champs! (subject to availability at time of booking)
The Donosti Cup is one of the world’s top international soccer tournaments, offering players and supporters from all over the world the opportunity to combine soccer, culture, and fun in one of Europe’s most spectacular coastal cities – San Sebastian.
On the banks of the Bay of Biscay and surrounded by green mountains, San Sebastian is a charming city that offers gourmet dining experiences and breathtaking views. During the tournament, you will have the opportunity to sightsee, strolling through its streets and down its beautiful beaches or sampling the area’s renowned gastronomy.
With over 500 teams competing in the DONOSTI CUP every year from over 25 different countries, you will meet players from all over the world, making this a truly multicultural experience. At the 2016 edition of the Donosti Cup, participating countries included Spain, France, China, Japan, India, Australia, Nigeria, Egypt, South Africa, and many more!
The main goal of the Donosti Cup is to create a place for young football players from all over the world to gather. Each team is guaranteed a minimum of 4 games during the tournament, a medical assistant at all games, an official tournament picture, and much more!