EASTER 2021 IN TURIN: from April 2nd to 5th, do not miss the 8th TORINO CALCIO BENE COMUNE!
This tournament is organised by CIT TURIN and other clubs in collaboration with PLAY SPORT.
EXTRA FREE STAY: if you book until January 6th
SPECIAL GIFT for your team, find it out!
EXTRA NIGHT Friday April 2nd
Boys: U17 - U16 - U15 - U14 - U13 - U12 - U11 - U10 - U9
Girls: G13 - G11
FIGC Authorized Tournament (all the athletes must be affiliated to their national federation). Every club needs to pay a registration fee per team and a participation fee per person that includes the accommodation; the amount is the same for athletes, coaches, managers, supporters (families) etc.
Loans are allowed (3 max) exclusively in the categories U17 - U16 - U15 and U14.
U17 : 2 x 30 min
U16 + U15 + U14: 2 x 25 min
U13+ U12: 2 x 20 min
U11 + U10 + U9 + U8 + U7: 2 x 15 min.
Girl U15: 2 x 25 min.
Girl U13: 2 x 20 min.
Technical variations may occur.
3 matches for U17, U16, U15, U14
4 matches for U13 e U12
5/6 matches for U11, U10, U9
Games are played on grass and artificial turf pitches in Turin and the surrounding area. All sports centres are equipped with changing rooms and showers. Water will always be available.
|Abb.||Category||Born after||Numbers of players|
|U17||U17||01 January 2004||11 players|
|U16||Allievi Sper.||01 January 2005||11 players|
|U15||Giovanissimi||01 January 2006||11 players|
|U14||Giovanissimi Sper.||01 January 2007||11 players|
|U13||Esordienti Misti a 9||01 January 2008||9 players|
|U12||Esordienti Sp. a 9||01 January 2009||9 players|
|U11||Pulcini secondo anno a 7||01 January 2010||7 players|
|U10||Mini Pulcini a 6||01 January 2011||6 players|
|U9||Primi Calci a 5||01 January 2012||5 players|
|G13||Femminile Esordienti a 7||01 January 2008||7 players|
|G11||Femminile Pulcini a 7||01 January 2010||7 players|
|3/4 beds||€ 129|
|Double/Twin room||€ 149|
|Single room (One room every 20 people)||€ 169|
|3/4 beds||€ 149|
|Double/Twin room||€ 169|
|Single room (One room every 20 people)||€ 189|
|3/4 beds||€ 189|
|Double/Twin room||€ 209|
|Single room (One room every 20 people)||€ 229|
|3/4 beds||€ 162|
|Double/Twin room||€ 192|
|Single room (One room every 20 people)||€ 222|
|3/4 beds||€ 182|
|Double/Twin room||€ 212|
|Single room (One room every 20 people)||€ 242|
|3/4 beds||€ 242|
|Double/Twin room||€ 272|
|Single room (One room every 20 people)||€ 302|
Participation in the 8th Torino Calcio Bene Comune;
A brochure of the Tournament for each participant;
Free entrance to the opening ceremony, all the matches and the award ceremonies (The entrances to pitches, the opening ceremony and the award ceremonies are always included in the individual participation fee; you may have to pay if you do not book through the organisation);
Two or three nights stay: accomodation in Hostels or 2**/3***/4**** star Hotels;
Meals: half board; starting from dinner on the day of arrival and finishing with breakfast on the day of departure;
Tournament staff assistance in the Hotel and on the pitches.
Registration fee per team: € 100;
Lunches: it is possible to book lunches at Sports Centres (2 meals: € 23 per person, 3 meals: € 33 per person);
Tourist tax where applicable;
Beverages during meals (except for breakfasts and water);
Travel insurance (injury and medical expenses, luggage theft);
Extras and everything not expressly stated.
Turin, the first capital of Italy, is relatively small, with a level downtown area and hillside suburbs facing the historic city centre, and its is the perfect place to to tour by foot with fantastic views lof the Alps. Turin hosted the 2006 Winter Olympics, becoming worlwide famous.
What to see
The Museo Nazionale del Cinema is a motion picture museum housed in the Mole Antonelliana, a bizarre and beguiling monument, the symbol of Turin.
The Museo Egizio houses one of the largest collections of Egyptian antiquities and is the only museum other than the Cairo Museum dedicated to Egyptian art and culture.
The Museo dell'Automobile is a must-see for car enthusiasts: live a unique experience and see iconic models and prototypes.
The Juventus Stadium and Museum was awarded the Stadium Innovation Trophy thanks to its cutting-edge standards, prioritising technology while respecting its nature of exhibition space of cultural and historical interest.
The Stadio Olimpico, opened in 1933, hosted the opening and closing ceremonies of the XX Olympic Winter Games and the opening and closing ceremonies of the IX Paralympic Winter Games.
And it's just the beginning! Discover Turin and live an unforgettable experience!
64 squadre / teams