At the moment two worlds are meeting during two intense weeks. The school Öjersjö Brunn is visited by four students, a principal and two teachers from Indrayani secondary school in Nepal.
– It´s truly a different world what we can tell after arriving to Partille, the teacher Prem Singh says.
Every year Partille Cup – World of Handball – attracts more than 20 000 participants and approximately 200 000 visitors, watching games and enjoying the vibrant atmosphere at Heden Center or any other playing field during Partille Cup. For us it is of vital importance that we can provide all our visitors with a great service and a warm welcoming feeling. That is why our dedicated, service minded and constant smiling staff is so important.
We are proud to present our new website. Our time is characterized by a rapid digital development with constantly increasing demands. Especially for us arranging the world’s largest youth tournament in handball. Leading the development among tournaments, Partille Cup naturally wants a forefront position digitally as well.
Therefore we have adapted our digital platforms to the latest technology.
We have spoken to Daniel Flyger, responsible for the club Hørning Handball in Partille Cup, a club that doubles up in number of teams for the tournament 2016. -Please tell us about your club and how many teams you are planning to send to Partille Cup?
Hørning Handball is successful both on the handball court as well as socially, as we keep growing in number of club members constantly.
Partille Cup – World of Handball and its participants are far more than just a handball tournament. It’s also about integration and citizenship.Handball is a powerful tool for strengthen social bonds and networks, as well as encourage ideals such as peace, solidarity, tolerance and team spirit.
Therefor we are happy and proud to work and develop Partille Cup, an event that is visited by so many nations and participants.