Valencia C.F. Soccer Cup and Atletico de Madrid
One of the most relevant tournaments in the national and international panorama of Junior Cups
eSoccer is proud to offer you an amazing cultural and soccer experience in Spain. Starting in Madrid, you will spend a few days training and preparing before you travel to Valencia on the Eastern Coast to take part in one of the top Spanish soccer tournaments – THE VALENCIA C.F. SOCCER CUP!
Your stay in Madrid will include training sessions with Atlético de Madrid Academy coaches and competitive friendly games against local Spanish youth teams. You will visit one of the most impressive stadiums in Europe, the new Wanda Metropolitano, as well as its spectacular museum. You also have the option to stay and train at the City of Football Spanish Soccer Federation, home of the 2010 World Cup champions! (subject to availability at time of booking)
Cultural sightseeing in Madrid will be complemented by day trips to the historical UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Toledo and Segovia.
In Valencia, you will have the opportunity to combine soccer, culture, and fun in one of Spain’s most spectacular coastal cities – Valencia. Playing in the Valencia C.F. Soccer Cup, your club will compete against top Spanish and international teams. You will also tour the Valencia C.F. stadium and museum.
Atlético prides itself on being one of the most comprehensive football and values training centers in the world. The club is also proud of its homegrown footballers, like Gabi, Fernando Torres, Lucas, Koke, Thomas, and Saúl. Each of these talents was developed in the Atlético Academy, and is now a member of the first team. This training program offers valuable insight into the youth development systems of Atlético de Madrid that produced these greats.
Atlético de Madrid is La Liga’s third most successful club, behind Real Madrid C.F. and F.C. Barcelona, having been crowned La Liga Champions on ten occasions. In all competitions, Atlético de Madrid is the fourth most successful club in Spanish football, behind F.C. Barcelona, Real Madrid C.F. and Athletic Bilbao. In addition to winning ten La Liga titles, Atlético has won the Copa del Rey ten times, the Europa League in 2010 and 2012, and the UEFA Super Cup in 2010 and 2012.
Confirmed 2019 teams:
Valencia C.F., Atlético de Madrid, Villarreal, Levante, Real Betis, Sparta de Moscu and Leyton Orient.