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Within 24 hours of registering your team you will receive an email confirming that we have received your registration. Please note this does not guarantee you a place in the tournament. To confirm your place in the tournament you must first pay the registration fee. Once we have received your registration fee we will provide you with a password that allows you to log into the ”My Team Info” page. This is where you can finalise your registration by entering your team and player details.
In order to compete in the tournament registration fee must be received by April 1. But we recommend to pay the registration fee immediately after your registration.
The registration fee is not refundable. However, if for some reason a participant can no longer participate in the tournament and you withdraw before June 1, you will be refunded the participation fee for each participant you withdraw from Partille Cup.
Participation fees must be paid by Juni 1. By this time you also need to advised if you have any special requirements.
The “My team info-page” allows access to specific information about your team. You will be provided a user ID and a password once you have paid your registration fee. On this site you can change the number of participants, change options, arrival and departure times, etc. Here you can also see all your orders and payments.
We provided you with a password after receiving your registration fee, use this to log into the My Team Info through our webpage.
Here you will find all information about our hotels
When the booking is completed you will receive a confirmation email. In order to confirm your booking you are required to pay 25% of the total amount within 30 days of receiving the confirmation email. The final payment must be received by May 1.
We are unable to offer schools in the city centre to all teams that would like to stay there due to the limited numbers of schools located in the city centre. However, if your team stays in a school outside the city centre you will have more space and the neighbourhood is usually quiet.
Yes, however only up to four adults per team, and they must stay in the same classroom with the team.
No, unfortunately not. We suggest that they stay in our recommended hotels.
Participants with category C registration are unable to purchase the meal card.
This information will be posted on the “My Team info-page” on June 15.
Contact us at email@example.com and we will return with a price suggestion from our partner.
The Partille Cup Pass include free travel with local bus and tram services.
Partille Cup is played according to the IHF rules (2016) and SHF regulations with a few specific exceptions listed in our Tournament regulations. The English text is valid in interpretation issues when it comes to the IHF rules.
There is no limit of the number of players registered in a team. However, a team can only use a maximum of 17 players per game.
All matches are played 2 x 15 min except G21, B21, G18 and B18 who play 2 x 20 min in the play-offs and the finals.
Yes! We recommend that you use football shoes on the artificial fields.
All age groups are allowed to use glue as we play according to international rules. The exception is Prioritet Serneke Arena where glue spray only is allowed.
Players from the same club are allowed to play in more than one team in the tournament, but NOT in the same class.
All players must be licensed in the club they play for in Partille Cup.
No over-aged players are allowed to play in Partille Cup as we play according to IHF’s rules. Girls are allowed to play in boys teams in class B12, B11 and B10. No other exemptions will be granted.
All games are played on artificial grass, even the finals.
European Open Championship is a junior national team tournament played alongside Partille Cup every year. The tournament alternates between women and men and this year it’s open for women born in 2000 or younger. This tournament is a cooperation between European Handball Federation, Swedish Handball Federation and Partille Cup.
Group division will be completed on June 14. This will be published on Partille Cup’s webpage.
The match program will be published on Partille Cup’s webpage around June 20.
Minimum 6 matches.
All classes play matches throughout the week.
The finals are played on Saturday.
Two Leaders Party Tickets are given to the teams staying at schools and hotels booked through Partille Cup. Additional Leaders Party Tickets can be ordered through ”My Team Info”, or purchased at the Central Information at Heden Center and costs €35.
You need to register the name of the player, the special dietary requirements and/or allergies on “My team info-page” not later than June 1. We will arrange an alternate dish for the player.
No. The Opening Ceremony is free. But you need to pay admission to enter Liseberg.
– Breakfast: 06:30 – 10:00 – Lunch: 11:30 – 16:00 – Dinner: 16:30 –20:00