Welcome to Tartu Culture Cup 2022

International youth soccer tournament

The biggest football festival in Southern Estonia welcomes you in Tartu – the European Capital of Culture 2024!

It is a place where youth from different countries come together to share the joy of playing football.

Tartu, also being home to the University of Tartu, is a city full of different ideas and vibrant energy, especially during Culture Cup 2022.

Information

(AG – Artificial Grass, NG – Natural Grass)

Age group
Players
Duration
Substitutions

Dates

Stadium
2007
11v11
2×20 min
Back and forth
01.08.2022-03.08.2022
Holm Park (AG), Põllu stadium (NG)
2008
11v11
2×20 min
Back and forth
01.08.2022-03.08.2022
Holm Park (AG), Põllu stadium (NG)
2009
11v11
2×20 min
Back and forth
01.08.2022-03.08.2022
Tamme stadium (AG)
2010
9v9
2×18 min
Back and forth
01.08.2022-03.08.2022
Annelinna stadium (AG)
2011
9v9
2×18 min
Back and forth
01.08.2022-03.08.2022
Annelinna stadium (AG)
2012
7v7
2×15 min
Back and forth
01.08.2022-03.08.2022
Mart Reiniku stadium (AG)
2013
7v7
2×15 min
Back and forth
01.08.2022-03.08.2022
Mart Reiniku stadium (AG)
2014
5v5
1×20 min
Back and forth
03.08.2022
Forseliuse stadium (NG)
2015
5v5
1×20 min
Back and forth
03.08.2022
Forseliuse stadium (NG)

Housing options

You can choose between school accommodation and hostel/hotel accommodation.

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Stadiums

The games take place on quality football fields. Tamme stadium is the historic main sports venue in Tartu, where Culture Cup games take place on artificial grass part. Annelinna stadium is artificial grass stadium that is equipped with the newest generation FIFA 2 start artificial turf.

Stadiums

Free time

Tartu is a city of youth and there is plenty to do here. Here are a few examples of it – take a closer look!

Opportunities

Tartu Culture Cup Partners