When the pandemic hit and the courts were closed, the coaches at IFK Hammarö were forced to be creative and find new ways to practice. Throwing snowballs and sledding were put in the practice schedule, the players enjoyed the activities that brought them even closer together as a team.
We feel very proud to be able to give the best support to our teams. In our help center you will find important information about the tournament and answers to the most frequently asked questions. If you cannot find the answer you are looking for, you are welcome to contact us.
We believe that it is important to make a tournament a lifelong memory. With moments for everyone – moments of harmony and fellowship - moments where everyone comes together.
The Leaders Party is our way to say thank you to all the leaders who gives a lot of their time to their players. This evening we will give you something special. Great food, a fantastic show and great company. This will be an evening you'll never forget.
After almost one week of matches it’s finally time for the finals. They are played at the Heden Arena with a capacity of thousands of spectators. Of the 1400 teams participating only 18 teams will become champions.
Heden and Kviberg is our largest field areas in terms of number of pitches and audience. In addition to great international football you will aslo find our event areas where our partners organize fun activities and competitions throughout the week.
I have been involved in Partille Cup twice, I think it’s the perfect tournament for young handball players! I look back on my trips to Gothenburg and Partille Cup with joy. The matches are played outdoors which I think makes it extra fun.
The organizers of the Partille Cup does a fantastic job. High-class handball intermingled with a cross-border relations at the side of the handball fields. Handball is a great family where all show each other respect. Partille Cup is an important part of handball development in the world.
In 2019 the 50th edition of Partille Cup were held. 59 340 goals were scored and matches were played on 70 pitches.
At the greatest amusement park in Scandinavia, lots of things are pretend, but the experiences are real. Liseberg is a must. But the city offers exciting museums, interesting sights, lots of activities and an amazing archipelago. Gothenburg has so much to offer. Not only is it one of Europe’s premier event cities, thanks to the closeness to all arenas, but during the tournament the city will be filled with colourful training gear and young people full of expectation.
Partille Cup is open to all the club teams in the world. School teams from countries outside the Nordic region are also allowed to participate. From countries that, according to the IHF, are not classified as A- or B-nation, National or Regional teams may also participate in the tournament.
Monday - Saturday, July 4-9, Gothenburg
Partille Cup organizes the tournament in coorporation with the Swedish Handball Federation and EHF, the European Handball Federation, and is played between some of the world´s best youth national teams, female – and male juniors participate every other year.
Monday-Friday, July 4-8
Now even the smallest get the chance to test at the Partille Cup. Mini handball for the ages 8-9 years plays five against five in the middle of central Gothenburg at Heden. Here is the opportunity to be inspired and get a really fun start in their handball development.
Monday, July 4, Heden
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