Saku Spring 2020

International youth football tournament

Tournament information

Saku Spring 2020 is an international youth football tournament, which this year is held on July and August in Saku and Tallinn, Estonia.

In all the age groups up to 40 teams are invited to take part in the tournament with clubs from Estonia, Finland, Sweden, Latvia, Belarus and elsewhere expected to participate.

Saku Spring is one of the two annual tournaments organised in cooperation with local football club Saku Sporting, the second tournament will be held in autumn and called Saku Cup. Saku Sporting was founded in 2005 and has now over 300 youth players in their training groups.

The organisers’ objective is to offer all the participants an enjoyable, memorable football experience and a useful preparation for the upcoming season.

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Saku SPRING 2020
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Matches will be played on artificial turf and grass stadium. Saku is a small borough in Harju County, Estonia, located 8km south from Tallinn, the capital. Saku is the biggest small borough in Estonia and it is the administrative centre of Saku Parish.

Age groups

Age group
Players
Playtime
Ball
Offside
Stadium
Tournament dates
11v11
2×25
5
+
Saku artificial turf
01.–02.08.2020
11v11
2×25
5
+
Saku artificial turf/natural grass
01.–02.08.2020
Boys 2008 B-level
9v9
2×18
4
+
Saku artificial turf
25.–26.07.2020
Boys 2009 B-level
9v9
2×18 min
4
+
Sõle artificial turf
25.–26.07.2020
Boys 2010 A-level
7v7
2×18
4
Saku artificial turf
18.–19.07.2020
Boys 2010 B-level
7v7
2×18
4
Saku artificial turf
18.–19.07.2020
Boys 2011 A-level
7v7
2×12
3
Sõle artificial turf
18.07.2020
Boys 2011 B-level
7v7
2×12
3
Sõle artificial turf
18.07.2020
Boys 2012 A-level
5v5
2×12
3
Sõle artificial turf
19.07.2020
Boys 2012 B-level
5v5
2×12
3
Sõle artificial turf
19.07.2020

Saku

Saku is most known by Saku Brewery which is one of two biggest breweries in Estonia.

Saku Manor traces its history back to 1463. The current manor house was built in 1825–1830 in a neoclassical style, and is possibly designed by the renowned St. Petersburg architect Carlo Rossi. It is one of the finest examples, perhaps the finest, of a neoclassical manor house in Estonia.

Erki Kade
Saku Cup
Organiser

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