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All you need to know ahead of the tournament at The Nest

It’s a landmark Summer Cup this year: the twentieth edition of the tournament, and the first to be held at our new hub The Nest.

The action, proudly sponsored by R G Carters, is split across fours days over two weekends. Scroll down to check out all you need to know ahead of your team’s big day.

Itinerary

Saturday 22nd June: Disability

Sunday 23rd June: U7s, U8s

Saturday 29th June: U9s, U10s

Sunday 30th June: U11s, U12s

Timings

8.30am
Gates open
9.00am
Managers' check in opens
9.40am
Managers' meeting
10.00am
First matches kick-off
Tournament map

Tournament map

Click here to see a high-quality version of the map.

Directions & parking

Parking at this year’s Summer Cup is restricted, so we are encouraging teams to car-pool as much as possible.

To help us to manage car parking, please ensure the following:

When exiting the main car park at The Nest, please remember to exit to the left only.

Format

It all starts on Saturday 22nd June, with a disability tournament.  Representative teams from Aston Villa, Watford, Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City, West Bromwich Albion, Stoke City, MK Dons, Middlesbrough, Millwall and Swansea City will all be taking part, along with our Norwich City FC team. The tournament starts at 11am and finishes at 3pm – spectators are welcome!

The format for the U9-U12 tournaments (6v6) is unchanged from previous years, and will consist of group stages & an elimination knock-out.

The U7s and U8s (5v5) will enjoy a non-competitive tournament, with every participant receiving a medal.

Food & drinks

A large selection of hot and cold food and refreshments will be available on site across the two days. There will be a BBQ on site, as well as healthy and vegetarian options served from the main clubhouse building.

There’ll also be tuck shops, ice cream and Green Farm Coffee.

Photography

Each team will receive a free team photo via email after the event.

Spectator behaviour

All clubs are expected to manage the behaviour of their own supporters & spectators.

As per previous years, no smoking, drinking or dogs (aside from guide dogs) are allowed on site.

Social Media

Don’t forget to tag @NorwichCityCSF (Twitter), @Community Sports Foundation (Facebook) or @norwichcitycsf (Instagram) in your posts, and use the hashtag #SummerCup.

If you have any queries please contact us here, or call 01603 761122.

Partner sponsor

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