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In March our sport school in Congo-Brazzaville had to close due to the corona pandemic outbreak but during the summer they were able to open up again. In these uncertain times, the activities at the sports center offer the children a sense of normality and joyfulness.
Due to the Coronavirus disease pandemic, Gothia Cup got canceled for the first time since the start in 1975. This was a huge disappointment to many teams but it didn’t stop French team FC Chambly to visit Gothenburg.
What a night we had yesterday when Kajsa with guests took us all on a trip down memory lane to relive some truly remarkable moments from the Gothia Cup Opening Ceremony.
For many years we have created some truly unforgettable Gothia Cup memories. This summer, we won’t be able to do so.
The relationship between Lerums IS and Te Awamutu FC from New Zealand shows that football and sports are so much more than just results and success. Their joint experience during last year’s Gothia Cup shows the importance of Fair Play and how it can be expressed in many different ways.
This aftermovie sums up all the wonderful memories and moments that we together created during Gothia Cup in 2018.
The cancellation of this year’s Gothia Cup meant disappointment for many young footballers looking forward to the summer. For the 15-year old girls in Remsle UIF, the negative news quickly turned into something positive. “Most of us were going to play until Gothia Cup and then quit but now we get one more year together which is really great”, says Elvira Heneryd.
South African team, Kusasa Stars, participated in Gothia Cup in 2018 and 2019 and looked forward to fulfilling the dreams of more young people this summer, traveling to Sweden and the world’s largest meeting place for youth.
Instead, they’re now fighting the coronavirus pandemic, trying to keep the children safe in these challenging circumstances.
Due to the Coronavirus disease pandemic, there will be no Gothia Cup this summer. After consulting with the Swedish Public Health Agency and the WHO, we have come to the decision to cancel the tournament, for the first time since the beginning in 1975.
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