Brasov Cup 2016

 

Brasov Cup 2016 is coming August, in 3 phases! 
The 8th edition of Brasov Cup, the most powerful football tournament for children and youth of South East Europe will take place over five weekends as follows: 11 - 14 August (U16 & U17), 18 - 21 August (U8, U9, U10, U11, U12, U13 (Fotbal 11) ) and 25-28 August (U13 (8v8), U14 & U15).

All games will be played on natural grass pitches, having the best conditions in town ! 

  • Here you can find the official invitation to Brasov Cup 2016, tournament scheduled in August 2016. Click here!

     

     
  • Here you will find livescores form Brasov Cup 2016. Click here!

     

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Brasov, the most beautiful city in Romania

  • 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.

     
  • The Black Church, amazing, incredible

    The Black Church is the largest and most beautiful Gothic building in Europe. It is located in the center of Brasov, just off the Council Square. The Gothic building was partially damaged by fire in 1689, when its walls were slandered and received its current name .
    The Black Church is one of the most important monuments of Gothic architecture in Romania, dating from the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.

     
  • 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.

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