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24.02.2018

The 100-year independence day today!!

The 100-year independence day today!!

Dear football fans!
TALLINN CUP together with the whole of the Republic of Estonia celebrates its 100-year independence day today !!
The Tallinn Cup team congratulates all Estonians on their national holiday, wishes development and new achievements to the country in sports and other fields! For us this year is an important and honorable task to make our tournament a special, memorable holiday for boys and girls from different parts of the world !!
We hasten to inform you that during the last week new teams joined the tournament! These teams are Grobinas SC Latvia, FC Haka Finland, Mehran Football Academy Pakistan, Saku Sporting, Tabasalu JK, FC Flora, Nõmme United JK and Pärnu Jalgpalliklubi Estonia. Negotiations are ongoing with Swedish and Finnish, Estonian and Russian clubs, and soon two teams of girls from Finland and Latvia should respond. Two Ukrainian clubs are about to confirm their participation!
At the moment, the following teams will participate in the tournament:
2004 - Avangard (Russia), JFA Jelgava (Latvia), FC Livadia (Belarus), Atlantic City (Cameroon), FC Junior (Belarus), FCI Levadia (Estonia), Saku Sporting (Estonia), Mehran Football Academy (Pakistan);
2005 - FCI Tallinn (Estonia), FC Neva (Kirovsk), DYSH Olymp Vologda (Russia), Tabasalu JK (Estonia), FC Haka (Finland), FC Flora (Estonia), Saku Sporting (Estonia);
2006 - Escuela de Futbol Angel Pedraza (Barcelona), FC Dziugas (Lithuania), FCI Levadia (Estonia), Jageillonia SSA (Poland);
2007 - FC Avangard (Russia), Malmo FF (Sweden), FC Zvezda (Russia), FC Ararat (Estonia), TPV (Finland), Nõmme United JK (Estonia), Grobinas SC (Latvia);
2008 - FC Livadia (Belarus), Nomme Kalju FC (Estonia), Escuela de Futbol Angel Pedraza (Barcelona), FC Merkuur-Junior (Estonia), FC Dziugas (Lithuania), Intel FC (Russia), DYSH Olymp Vologda (Russia) , FCI Levadia (Estonia), Pärnu Jalgpalliklubi (Estonia);
2009 - Academy of FC Zenit (St. Petersburg), FC Neva (Russia), FC Gatchina (Russia), Ararat FC (Estonia);
2010 - FC Neva (Russia), FC Ararat (Estonia), FCI Levadia (Estonia);
Girls G16 - Club Sportif Amateur Bouhamza (Algeria), FC Flora (Estonia), Nomme Kalju FC (Estonia), SK Babite (Latvia).
Recall that before March 1, participation in the tournament is free! The coach will be located at the expense of the organizers, and transport in Tallinn for nonresident participants will be free!