43rd Annual Helsinki Cup

July 8-13, 2019 | Helsinki, Finland

Over 1,000 teams 

Helsinki, the capital of Finland and the country’s largest city is one northern Europe’s most important cities in terms of culture and history is the host site of the 2018 Helsinki Cup. The first Helsinki Cup was held in the summer of 1976. Over the years the international tournament has paid witness to hundreds of thousands of participants from nearly one hundred different countries.

The 2018 edition of the Helsinki Cup hosted more than 20,500 players and more than 1,100 teams from more than 18 countries.

The goal of the 44th annual Helsinki Cup is to provide club and high school teams with an excellent soccer playing experience and opportunity to travel and compete in Finland. This tour will provide players with outstanding soccer experience with tournament play in of one the largest international youth soccer tournament, all while experiencing the history and culture of Finland first hand. 

United Soccer Academy can customize programs between 8-14 days that include participation in the Helsinki Cup combine with training camps with professional clubs in Germany, Denmark, or Norway or combined with another soccer tournament in Europe. 

43rd Annual Helsinki Cup

July 9-14, 2018 | Helsinki, Finland

Over 1,000 teams 

Helsinki, the capital of Finland and the country’s largest city is one northern Europe’s most important cities in terms of culture and history is the host site of the 2018 Helsinki Cup. The first Helsinki Cup was held in the summer of 1976. Over the years the international tournament has paid witness to hundreds of thousands of participants from nearly one hundred different countries.

The 2015 edition of the Helsinki Cup hosted more than 20,500 players and more than 1,000 teams from more than 15 countries.

The goal of the 43rd annual Helsinki Cup is to provide club and high school teams with an excellent soccer playing experience and opportunity to travel and compete in Finland. This tour will provide players with outstanding soccer experience with tournament play in of one the largest international youth soccer tournament, all while experiencing the history and culture of Finland first hand. 

United Soccer Academy can customize programs between 8-14 days that include participation in the Helsinki Cup combine with training camps with professional clubs in Germany, Denmark, or Norway or combined with another soccer tournament in Europe.