Brasov Cup 2015

Brasov Cup 2015 comes during 13th to 16th & 20th to 23rd of August

The seventh edition of the football tournament Brasov Cup will be held in August in two periods and not one as before. Thus, between 13th and 16th of August will see matches in categories U8 - 2008, U9 - 2007, U10 - 2006, U11 - 2005, U12 - 2004 and U13 - 2003 ( 11vs11). All the matches  will take place at the Carpati Stadium and Sacele Stadium. A week later, between 20th and 23rd of August, will be held the competition in categories U13 - 2003 (8+1 players) U14 - 2002, U15 - 2001 and U16 - 1999/2000. Games are scheduled Carpati, Metrom and Brasovia Stadiums

  • Here you can find the official invitation to Brasov Cup 2015, tournament scheduled in august 2015. Click here!

     

     
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Registered teams

U8-2008

U8 - children born after 1st of January 2008
 
1. ACS Tâmpa Brașov Blue
2.

ACS Tâmpa Brașov White

3. ACS Tâmpa Brașov Orange
4. ACS United Soccer București
5. Viitorul Argeș
6. Junior Brașov
7. FC Oltul Făgăraș
8. CFR Cluj
9. Juniorul București
10. Luceafărul Brăila
11. FK Miercurea Ciuc
12. AFC Odorheiu Secuiesc
13. Luceafărul Cluj
14. Prosport Focșani
15. FC Dinamo București Alb
16. FC Dinamo București Roșu
17. Sepsi OSK Sf. Gheorghe
18. Zimbru Chișinău
19. Școala de Fotbal Pompiliu Stoica
20. FK Zinedine Uzhorod
21 CS Luceafărul Cluj Napoca 2010
22. Luceafărul Constanța
23. Regal Atletico Madrid București
24. CSCT Buiucani (Rep. Moldova)
25. CS Dinamo București
26. Kinder București

U9-2007

U9 - children born after 1st of January 2007
 
1. ACS Tâmpa Brașov Blue
2. ACS Tâmpa Brașov White
3. FC Dinamo București
4. CFR Cluj Alb
5. CFR Cluj Vișiniu
6. CSS Șoimii Sibiu
7. CSS Botoșani
8. Luceafărul Cluj
9. Petrolul 95 Ploiești
10. AFC Odorheiu Secuiesc
11. Școala de Fotbal Pompiliu Stoica
12. ACS Speranța Tg. Mureș
13. Kinder Târgoviște
14. Sporting Năvodari
15. Juniorul București
16. CSM Focșani
17. Viitorul Argeș
18. Atletic Bradu
19. FK Zinedine Uzhorod (Ucraina)
20. CS Dinamo București
21. Juniorul Satu Mare
22. Prosport Focșani
23. Dunav Ruse

U10-2006

U10 - children born after 1st of January 2006
 
1. ACS Tâmpa Brașov Blue
2. ACS Tâmpa Brașov White
3. Pandurii Tg. Jiu
4. Chernomorets Balchik (Bulgaria)
5. CSCT Buiucani Roșu (Rep. Moldova)
6. CSCT Buiucani Galben (Rep. Moldova)
7. FC Dinamo București
8. Portul Călărași
9. FK Ruse (Bulgaria)
10. FK Miercurea Ciuc
11. Sepsi OSK Sf. Gheorghe
12. CSS Odorhei
13. AS Stars Brăila
14. Viitorul Argeș
15. CSM Rm. Sărat
16. AS Didi Junior Iași
17. CSS Slatina
18. CSS Dinicu Golescu Câmpulung Muscel
19. Ardealul Cluj
20.  

U11-2005

U11 - children born after 1st of January 2005

 

1. ACS Tâmpa Brașov Blue
2. ACS Tâmpa Brașov White
3. Junior Brașov
4. ACS United Soccer București
5. Santos București
6. CSS Șoimii Sibiu
7. Fortuna Minsk (Belarus)
8. FK Uzhorod (Ucraina)
9. Academia Sport Team București
10. AFC Odorheiu Secuiesc
11. FK Varna (Bulgaria)
12. CFR Cluj
13. Bodea Sport Chișinău (Rep. Moldova)
14. LPS Mircea Eliade București
15. Zimbru Chișinău 1 (Rep. Moldova)
16. Zimbru Chișinău 2 (Rep. Moldova)
17. Prosport Focșani
18. Juniorul București
19. Sepsi OSK Sf. Gheorghe
20. Arieșul Turda
21. Regal Ateltico Madrid București
22. AS Dan Chilom București
23. CSS Slatina
24. Inițial București
25. CSCT Buiucani (Rep. Moldova)
26. FC Dinamo București Alb
27. FC Dinamo București Roșu
28.  

U12-2004

U12 - children born after 1st of January 2004
 
1. ACS Tâmpa Brașov Blue
2. ACS Tâmpa Brașov White
3. CSCT Buiucan Roșu (Rep. Moldova)
4. CSCT Buiucan Verde (Rep. Moldova)
5. Bodea Sport Chișinău (Rep. Moldova)
6. Luceafărul Cluj
7. Luceafărul Constanța
8. Junior Suceava
9. Chernomorets Blachik (Bulgaria)
10. FK Ruse (Bulgaria)
11. Viitorul Gheorghieni
12. Sepsi OSK Sf. Gheorghe
13. LPS Slatina
14. Școala de Fotbal Cristian Vasc Tg. Lăpuș
15. Inter Pitești 2009
16. Prosport Focșani
17. CS Dinamo București
18. CSM Ploiești
19. Juniorul București
20. Delta Tulcea
21 FC Dinamo București

U13-2003 (8+1)

 
U13 - children born after 1st of January 2003 (9vs9)
 
1. ACS Tâmpa Brașov Blue
2. ACS Tâmpa Brașov White
3. CFR Cluj
4. Dunav Ruse (Bulgaria)
5. AS Stars Brăila
6. CSS Botoșani
7. Viitorul Colceag
8. CSS Mangalia
9. FC Dinamo București
10. CSS Slatina
11. Juniorul București
12. CSS Pașcani
13. CSM Rm. Sărat
14. Sepsi OSK Sf. Gheorghe
15. LPS Satu Mare
16. Viitorul Cluj 1
17. Viitorul Cluj 2
18.
19.  
20.  

U13-2003 (11vs11)

 
U13 - children born after 1st of January 2003 (11vs11)
 
1. ACS Tâmpa Brașov Blue
2. Juniorul București
3. CF Brăila
4. CSCT Buiucani (Rep. Moldova)
5. FC Dinamo București 2004
6. Pandurii Tg. Jiu
7. Lokomotiv Sofia 1 (Bulgaria)
8. Lokomotiv Sofia 2 (Bulgaria)
9. CS Dinamo București
10. FC Dinamo București 2003
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U14-2002

U14 - children born after 1st of January 2002
 
1. ACS Tâmpa Brașov Blue
2. ACS Tâmpa Brașov White
3. FC Brașov
4. AS Didi Junior Iași
5. FK Uzhorod (Ucraina)
6. ASA Tg. Mureș
7. AS Stars Brăila
8. CSS Câmpulung Moldovenesc
9. Academia de Fotbal Social
10. CF Brăila
11. Pandurii Tg. Jiu
12. 3 Kids Sport București
13. AS Dan Chilom București
14. Juniorul București
15. Sporting Juniorul Vaslui
16. CSS Târgoviște
17. LPS Satu Mare
18. CS Dinamo București
19. LPS Tg. Mureș
20. CSS Dinicu Golescu Câmpulung Muscel 1
21. CSS Dinicu Golescu Câmpulung Muscel 2

U15-2001

U15 - children born after 1st of January 2001
 
1. Ludogorets Razgrad (Bulgaria)
2. ACS United Soccer București
3. CSS Giurgiu
4. CS Șoimii Buzău
5. CSS Mangalia
6. Petrolul Ploiești
7. CS Hidro Vâlcea
8. CSS Slatina
9. FC Pitești 08
10. ACS Pro Team București
11. AS Dan Chilom București
12. Sporting Juniorul Vaslui
13. Juniorul București
14. CS Dinamo București
15. FK Miercurea Ciuc
16. ACS Viitorul Vidra
17. Dunav Ruse (Bulgaria)
18. Viitorul Cluj 1
19. Viitorul Cluj 2
20.  

U16-1999/2000

 
U16 - children born after 1st of January 1999 until 31st of December 2000
 
1. ACS Tâmpa Brașov Blue
2. Ludogorets Razgrad (Bulgaria)
3. Dinamo Kiev (Ucraina)
4. ACS Berceni
5. Delta Tulcea
6. CSS Botoșani
7. Gloria Buzău
8. Juniorul București
9. CSS Târgoviște
10. ACS Pro Team București
11. CSS Mangalia
12. CSCT Buiucani (Rep. Moldova)
13. Academia Sport Team București
14. CS Dinamo București
15. CSM Dunărea Giurgiu
16. ASA Tg. Mureș
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Facilities at BJC 2015

  • BJC '15 logo T-Shirt for players

    Each player that will participate in Brasov Junior 's Cup will receive from the organizers an official competition t-shirt. The T-Shirt will be customized with the logo of the strongest junior football tournament in South East Europe and will be a beautiful reminder from the 2015t edition .
    Also, participants will have discounts on entrances at many tourist attractions in Brasov.

     
  • Entrance at Paradisul Acvatic Aqua Park

    All participants in Brasov Junior's Cup (players ) will receive a free entry to Paradisul Acvatic Aqua Park, the largest water park in Romania. Paradisul Acvatic opened in July 2007 and meets all the requirements to be a real health and leisure complex. Is spread over an area of ​​12,000 sqm indoor and another 12,000 sqm of outdoor facilities for the summer season .

     
  • Free transport hotel - stadium - hotel

    Brasov Junior 's Cup will take place, unlike previous years, only in Brasov and not in the surrounding villages. To assist participants, organizers announced that they will provide transportation hotel - stadium and return for each team and each game .
    Also, the players and coaches who will take part in the BJC 2015 will travel free of charge on public transportation in Brasov City.

Brasov, the most beautiful city in Romania

  • First school in romanian language

    First Romanian Language School is located inside the courtyard of St. Nicholas Church in Brasov's Schei historic district, right next to another famous place, Union Square. The first courses in Romanian took place here in 1583. The present building dates from 1760 and was declared a historical monument. Today, the building houses the "First Romanian School Museum" under the leadership of philologist Vasile Oltean.

     
  • The Council Square, medieval air in the 21st Century

    The Council Square is perhaps the most famous landmark of Brasov. She was in the Middle Ages, a place where fairs were organized in Brasov accomodating  both Saxons and Romanians as well as those coming from Hungary. You reached the square by Custom Street (now Muresenilor) and near the road were all sorts of goods for sale.
    The Council Hall is the main building in the Council Square.

     
  • Poiana Brasov Resort, The Pearl of the Carpathians

    If you get to Brasov, you must necessarily go to the famous Poiana Brasov Resort, called Pearl of the Carpathians. Located 12 km from the city center, Poiana Brasov is a winter sports resort in Romania, being an internationally renowned tourist attraction and a district of Brasov. Poiana was in ancient times an hiking destination and winter sports place. The first documentary dates back to 1427 in the context of the activities of the shepherds that took place here.

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