Frequently Asked Questions
On this page you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions about the international football tournament of Pordenone: Gallini World Cup.
The 22nd edition of Gallini Cup will start on Friday the 10th of April 2020, with the first matches and the opening ceremony; the tournament will end on Monday the 13th of April with the finals. It will run during the weekend of Easter, as usual.
At every edition we guarantee the participation of many Serie A and top teams.
Just in the last editions has been hosted Liverpool FC, AC Milan, Partizan Belgrade, Dinamo Zagreb, Watford FC, Atalanta, Torino, Genoa, Bologna FC, Juventus Ladies, Chievo Verona, Udinese, FC Inter Ladies, AIK and many teams from USA, Japan, Brazil, Russia, South Africa, China, etc: etc.
All confirmed participants are firstly announced on the Facebook event of the tournament.
On this link you can find the list of team that participated to the previous editions.
Requests of participation are subject to selection by the organization.
The number of participants admitted to the tournament is limited and for this reason is suggested to send requests well in advance.
Fill this form to request a free quotation for your participation at the next Gallini World Cup in Pordenone (Italy) or Budapest (Hungary).
Priority for the registration will be given to Clubs that have participated to the last editions of the tournament and to few new selected teams, to which we will reserve a place of the 96 available until the end of August.
After that deadline, registrations will be open to all other Clubs, which will have to confirm their participation by October, on a first come first served basis.
All teams will be hosted in the best 3* and 4** Hotels of Pordenone. This is a provisional list of the structures we use.
The categories of Gallini World Cup 2020 are:
– Under 13 boys (born in 2007 and 2008) – 32 teams, 9 v 9;
– Under 15 boys (born in 2005 and 2006) – 32 teams;
– Under 16 boys (born in 2004 and 2005) – 16 teams;
– Under 17 girls (born in 2003 and 2004) – 16 teams;
Yes, a Club can register its teams to all categories.
The edition 2020 will see the participation of 96 teams from the 5 continents:
– Boys U13 with 32 teams;
– Boys U15 with 32 teams;
– Boys U16 with 16 teams;
– Ladies U17 with 16 teams;
This is a list of some of the most prestigious clubs that toke part to Gallini World Cup. Just in the last editions has been hosted Liverpool FC, AC Milan, Partizan Belgrade, Dinamo Zagreb, Watford FC, Atalanta, Torino, Genoa, Bologna FC, Juventus Ladies, Chievo Verona, Udinese, FC Inter Ladies, AIK and many teams from USA, Japan, Brazil, Russia, South Africa, China, etc: etc.
This are the final rankings of the last 4 editions:
Every team will play at least 5 matches. The final numbers of matches depends on the ranking.
Boys U13 = 40 minutes (20+20)
Boys U15 = 50 minutes (25+25)
Boys U16 = 60 minutes (30+30)
Ladies U17 = 50 minutes (25+25)
At the Pordenone Cup every team can register not more then 20 players. The final list must be filled before the first match and can not be modify lately. At the Budapest Cup, instead, teams can register 25 players.
Boys Under 15 = 11 v 11
Boys Under 16 = 11 v 11
Ladies Under 17 = 11 v 11
Boys Under 13 = 9 v 9 (reduced goals)
Ladies U17: regular dimensions 11 v 11
Boys U15: regular dimensions 11 v 11
Boys U13: reduced dimensions of pitch and goals 9 v 9
In the U17, U16 and U15 groups every team can have 3 loans from other Clubs.
In the U13 group loans are NOT allowed.
A maximum of 7 players can be replaced by substitutes during the course of the game.
Flying changes are not allowed, so the referee has to stop the match.
A player that has been replaced, can’t return into the field with another substitution.
The official rules of Gallini World Cup will be send by FIGC few weeks before the beginning of the tournament. These are the rules of the past edition, that anyway will be very similar to the definitive rules of the tournament.
Yes, there is a satellite event of Gallini World Cup.
It will take place in Budapest (Hungary) on the 12-14 June 2020.
The winners of both categories (U13 and U15) will be hosted for free in Italy for Gallini World Cup 2021.